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    Quote Originally Posted by JustSheila View Post

    There are so many wonderful people here.


    YES!!

    That is the only reason I haven't been able to nominate three people as legends. I wouldn't know how to eliminate so many greats that contribute so much here!

    I was tempted several time to come up with 3 but then I'd think of who I was NOT mentioning and so I figured fuggedaboudit! LOL
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    Quote Originally Posted by HelluvaHoax! View Post
    YES!!

    That is the only reason I haven't been able to nominate three people as legends. I wouldn't know how to eliminate so many greats that contribute so much here!

    I was tempted several time to come up with 3 but then I'd think of who I was NOT mentioning and so I figured fuggedaboudit! LOL
    Yep, there really are too many. I tried to just list regular current commenters, but there are numerous stars who used to be regulars and alas are no longer. Gadfly was one of my faves. And others whose names I've forgotten that we don't see post here anymore, but who really resonated for me when I first dared to step a toe onto ESMB years ago.
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    You know one of the legends around here who is never mentioned?

    Communicator IC - who has worked tirelessly for years to bring the news on anything scientology over here. And has probably therefore started more threads than anyone too!
    And Kha Khan did the same.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Whattodo View Post
    One rule - maximum of 3 people
    For me what has been most beneficial and interesting on ESMB have been the posts giving the accurate history and timeline of the ubercult to which I gave so much of my life. the top 3 for me would be Veda, Darth Smohen and Alan Walter. If I could have 4 I would add afaceinthecrowd. Cowboy was pretty riveting so deserving of mention.

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    Also, 'the Old Guard' without whom this board would have been much less:

    Dulloldfart
    Emma
    Scooter
    Gadfly
    TheAnabaptistJacque
    Feral

    and more...
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    I'm with Hoaxie. It's too difficult to limit it to just 3 and then feel bad that you left out others who are just as awesome.

    Speaking of Gadfly, does anyone know what became of him? I always enjoyed his writings.

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    Do we dare kick a hornest nest and mention...

    Alanzo?


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    I learned A LOT of how mind control works with the contributions from Arnie Lerma.

    Read everything you can.

    I think Arnie partakes in "keying out" with a little here and there...

    But Arnie Lerma is one resilient mother fucker - a true humanitarian SP with Honors....

    The "fair gaming" he received from Scientology was beyond belief....it was cruel, inhumane and VISCOUS!

    He contributed a lot of missing information as to "HOW DID I GET SO SUCKED INTO SCIENTOLOGY". I did not want to do the Bridge - I was just looking for a cool group to hang with and do some nice things for others....

    Within 3 years - Scientology Shattered my whole entire family and my life...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Knows View Post
    I learned A LOT of how mind control works with the contributions from Arnie Lerma.

    Read everything you can.

    I think Arnie partakes in "keying out" with a little here and there...

    But Arnie Lerma is one resilient mother fucker - a true humanitarian SP with Honors....

    The "fair gaming" he received from Scientology was beyond belief....it was cruel, inhumane and VISCOUS!

    He contributed a lot of missing information as to "HOW DID I GET SO SUCKED INTO SCIENTOLOGY". I did not want to do the Bridge - I was just looking for a cool group to hang with and do some nice things for others....

    Within 3 years - Scientology Shattered my whole entire family and my life...
    Did he post his story on here?

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