Re-posted from Mike Rinder's THURSDAY BLOG, which always has an entertaining and funny mix of of flamboyantly "uptone" and "winning" Scn promo pieces that are truly cringeworthy.
Mike's comments introducing each always highlights the absurd irony of delusional OT losers pretending to be saving "this planet".
There are so many funny and ironic ones to chose from each week, but here's an example in today's postings.
Do they think it’s cute to say miles instead of dollars? Like it doesn’t sound crass or something? And just so you guys know, $400Gs isn’t even 5% of what you need.
One of the things that struck me about Scientologists using the thinly veiled code words like "miles" to hide the actual nature of their transactions (rather than "Give us 500 thousand dollars sucker!!") is this; the only other businesses that advertise with such blatant subterfuge are low-life predatory scammers out to take all your money--without the slightest twinge of conscience about what happens to you after that, such as:
* DRUG DEALERS: They speak/write in code language, attempting to throw off law enforcement, using the term "roses
" for amphetamines. Example: A DEA-tapped phone call where the Drug Dealer calls up his Supplier and orders "...a kilo of roses
* WHORES: They also advertise in newspapers and online
throughout the USA, using the super-secret code word roses
instead of dollars--in the sadly mistaken belief that law enforcement can't bust them because they didn't say the word 'dollars' when asking for the John's money. ("Hey, I only asked him to bring me 200 roses
, because I am a romantic kind of (girl/pimp)!"
Scientology products & promo fit right in with their fellow "humanitarians" (above)--who are likewise pedaling DELUSION (drug-induced vs. the delusion of being a god-like OT); and soliciting folks' hard-earned money to get royally FUCKED (by whores or by "going up the Bridge to Total Freedom").
At least with drug dealers and hookers, you get a product for your money-- instead of a "completion certificate" that merely claims you got a product! LOL