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Skeptic Tank by deleting any and all possible text files which describes
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those who report. - Fredric L. Rice, The Skeptic Tank, 09/Sep/95
From news.interserv.net!news.sprintlink.net!howland.reston.ans.net!agate!library.ucla.edu!info.ucla.edu!csulb.edu!csus.edu!orion!davidson Wed Jul 19 09:29:32 1995
From: email@example.com (Daniel Davidson)
Subject: Re: Really, the Gorilla stuff is fake, right?
Date: 16 Jul 1995 15:16:52 GMT
Organization: California State University Sacramento
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henry (firstname.lastname@example.org) wrote:
: of course, it could have just been the effects of l. ron
: blubbard's chronic drug use and continual swilling of
: entire quart bottles of whiskey in a single sitting,
: or the pretty little painkillers he continually shoved
: into his mouth like popcorn, or maybe the cocaine we all
: know he snorted up like al pacino in scarface [...]
I wonder if there are any snapshots of ol' L. Ron snorting
up an index-finger size line of clean, pharmaceutical-grade
coke. Supplied by some cult pharmacist or oral surgeon...
Maybe Ronny was nappy like Nixon, and needed to have his
every moment documented...
== Daniel Davidson, SP4 ==
** Don't hit. Clean your mess. **
"Handling truth is a touchy buisness." LRH, The Missing Ingredient.
KEYWORDS: Scientology; check; robbery; fraud; religion.
(Detroit Free Press abstract on Scientology story)