Since some of the materials which describe the $cientology cult could be
considered to be copywritten materials, I have censored myself and The
Skeptic Tank by deleting any and all possible text files which describes
the cult's hidden mythologies. I have elected to quote just a bit of the
questionable text according to the "Fair Use" legal findings afforded to
those who report. - Fredric L. Rice, The Skeptic Tank, 09/Sep/95
From news.interserv.net!news.sprintlink.net!howland.reston.ans.net!swrinde!sgigate.sgi.com!genmagic!bug.rahul.net!a2i!rahul.net!a2i!ccnet.com!ccnet.com!not-for-mail Wed Jul 19 09:30:03 1995
From: firstname.lastname@example.org (The R R M Tweek)
Subject: Re: WHY THE CLAMS ARE SO MAD?
Date: 18 Jul 1995 10:12:25 -0700
Organization: O.A.P.C.E. Organization Against Politically Correct Etiquette
References: <1995Jul15.email@example.com> <9507171435.0KHMR01@support.com>
> Each negative mention of the cult in the mainstream press and
> each negative comment from a de-lurker is a down stat for
Great! Another Big Win!
Heard last night on KGO Radio, the 50,000 watt powerhouse ABC O&O
station in SF which covers the entire West Coast from Alaska to
Hawaii, and East to the Rockies... Dwayne Garret, the talk show
host (as well as good friend of Al Gore, former Feinstein campaign
manager as well as several other Presidential election titles)
mentioned how easy it was to make a Scientologist recant some of
what he had earlier professed during an interview... just by pointing
out how hokey the LRH writings really were... Looks like the Scientologist
just couldn't quite believe in Scientology. Weak.... very weak.
Over 1 million people heard that comment last night. Must not have
made Heber or McShame too happy.