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From: jjh@dragon.NoSubdomain.NoDomain (Joel Hanes)
Subject: Picketers! Order Professionally-printed Leaflets Now!
Date: 28 Aug 1995 20:57:13 GMT
Organization: University of Okoboji Perloo & Glee Club
Summary: Readers Digest articles make fine party favors at a clambake
Keywords: xenu find some plants or trees criminal cult scam
The _Reader's_Digest_ articles exposing $cientology
strike me as perfect leafleting material for picketers -
the whole $cientology thing is so off-the-wall-sounding that
the audience tends to dismiss whatever they hear as kookery --
but the Reader's Digest is well known and widely trusted.
The second article, from 1981, tells how the $cienos harassed
RD senior editor Methvin after the first article appeared.
Seems not much has changed in fourteen years.
To order reprints of article appearing in the _Reader's_Digest_,
send snail mail to:
Prices for reprints from the most recent issue are quoted as follows:
10 copies - $7
25 copies - $15
50 copies - $27
100 copies - $50
500 copies - $90
1000 copies - $140
Make checks payable to Reader's Digest.
I have no idea if reprints of the 1980 and 1981 articles can still be
ordered, nor if the prices would be the same.
The articles exposing $cientology as a criminal scam are:
"Scientology: Anatomy of a Frightening Cult"
Reader's Digest, May 1980
"Scientology: The Sickness Spreads"
Reader's Digest, September 1981
Every article of mine cancelled by the CancelBunny
results in a $100 donation to the Dennis Erlich Defense Fund.