BFG Book II - "The Greatest Good"

Discussion in 'Marc Headley v. Church of Scientology Internationa' started by blownforgood, Sep 12, 2012.


What format would you most likely get a book in?

Hardback 23 vote(s) 26.7%
Paperback 26 vote(s) 30.2%
Kindle / E-format 30 vote(s) 34.9%
torrent - pirate copy 7 vote(s) 8.1%
  1. Anonymous Member

    WWP is like public television, it's sponsored by people like you.
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  2. Anonymous Member

    It makes a great gift in hardback and they are great "coffee table books" for home, offices, waiting rooms, etc.
  3. Anonymous Member

    It's a bit of a philosophical question. Yes, physically he was out, living with Jason Beghe. Was he ever out mentally? Probably not.
  4. Anonymous Member

    I'd buy hardback or paperback. I like Janet Reitman's book format. But it was expensive to buy.
  5. Anonymous Member

    You forgot "Platinum Disk" as an option.

    I would like that one,
    Kendrick Moxon
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  6. RightOn Member

    cross posted from other thread

    Google ads running against the Headleys.

    Did anyone notice one of the google ads for a BBC story for the Master that the COS posted for the "FreeDUMB Mad" site??
    I didn't inlcude the Sci ling below.
    It reads:

    "Who Is Claire Headley?
    Why is she spreading "Hogwash" Get the facts."

    Marc should be alerted to this. Maybe he can include it in his upcoming book? I would imagine he prolly already knows about it, but definitely should include how the fiar game continues.
    Someone should take a screen grab of it for safe keeping. The fair game of this poor couple continues, even though COS won the court case and got $42,000 out of the Headleys. This should be reported.
    And that google ad should be reported too.
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  7. Anonymous Member

    Hardbacks also seem to be more easily passed onto libraries that have the basic books in hardback as a donation for their shelves after you read it, where as the soft covers from the self-published works have been a harder sell in that arena of IRL poonage.
  8. fishypants Moderator

    Can I pay extra for a signed copy?

  9. Anonymous Member

    I get that too, here in the UK.

    Search term 'Mark Headley':

    goes to http://www.freedommag DOT org/special-reports/sources/mr-and-mrs-headley-anonymous.html?source=gaw

    British 'no win no fee' libel lawyers can be found here:

    and UK libel law applies, I would think, since they're running ads in the UK.
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  10. Puppetmama Member

    I love "hogwash". Really scary. Those evil, deluded people with their "hogwash". Scientologists giving us their best efforts. It just gets more deliciously pathetic every day.
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  11. RightOn Member

    "Such is the true and complete story of Marc Headley and his wife Claire, apostates and media whores. As this final chapter comes to a close, their book is complete. So, for Mr. and Mrs. Anonymous, this is…

    The End."

    wow just wow
  12. Anonymous Member

    Miscavige the Starfucker has the temerity to call someone a whore?

    Say it to his face, David. $1000.00 says you don't have the balls.

    Don't forget your stepladder.
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  13. Anonymous Member

    Wow, your own hate page? Claire and Mark, you are doing good!
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  14. JohnnyRUClear Member

    And DM would have gotten away with it, too, if it hadn't been for you disgruntled apostates!
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  15. Krautfag Member

    Geez, Joel's writing style has not improved one iota over the years. What a heap of drivel.

    The timing is interesting though if it's recent.
  16. Typical clam bullshit.
    They only pull this crap because they are spooked.
    Every book that gets published makes cultists blow the cult.
    And the Cos is running out of members.
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  17. Anonymous Member

    I'm not a disgruntled apostate.

    I just say that the Tech never worked, and that Miscavige and Hubbard were psycho buttbuddies.

    Feeling a bit more gruntled just saying that

  18. Anonymous Member

    I'm feeling pretty gruntled too now! Wow! Thanks for that Anon.
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  19. JohnnyRUClear Member

    Catharsis works and it helps regruntle people.
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  20. jensting Member

    A bad case of channelling tabloid writing in the style of "Hush-hush magazine" (think Ellroy's L.A. quartet).
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  21. RightOn Member

    yes they are very dramatic :rolleyes:
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  22. rickybobby Member

    I bought both hardback and paperback of BFG; hardback for the local library, then bought some extra paperbacks and gave to some local hospitals for the volunteers. They usually keep a library of donated books for patients and families to borrow while they are there. (I also left copies of the new Vanity Fair in the lobbies while I was at it). I will do the same with BFG II, since I can't afford to buy that many copies in hardback.

    Can hardly wait! BFG was a very good read and is a great story on it's own, and I will do my part to disseminate the next one.

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  23. WMAnon Member

    I cannot be the only one who constantly reads "BFG" as "Big Friendly Giant" at first.
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  24. Fuckeye Member

    The only reason I clicked on the thread was due to thinking this.
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  25. The Wrong Guy Member

  26. JohnnyRUClear Member

    Doom players know what BFG really stands for.

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  27. Anonymous Member

    Works for me. Now about that mini Guy Fawkes mask...
  28. The Wrong Guy Member

    Production on Guy Fawkes masks has been stopped, because we found some errors in them.

    A revised edition, the New Guy Fawkes™, will be released shortly.

    You will all want to order several now.
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  29. Xinjifar Member

    Wouldn't Gene Ingram on a witness stand in a criminal prosecution be fun?
  30. RightOn Member

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  31. anon walker Moderator

    He has hypnomonobrow. It's hard to focus on anything else.
  32. Anonymous Member

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  33. Anonymous Member

    I just saw like a million of them in my Halloween shop.
  34. Xinjifar Member

    Halloween is a'comin. Where is a good source for L. Ron Hubbard masks? That face was *made* for latex!
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  37. Anonymous Member

    but not as lulzy at protests
    I am sure you can come up with an appropriate sign to match TC's mug :)
  38. Anonymous Member

    It could be fun to go as Tom and Katie and bring a doll representing baby Suri with her blanky.
  39. Anonymous Member

    Ah, I love the smell of evil SP's in the morning.

    Was laughing at the idea that 50 Shades of Grey has sold more copies than all of L Ron's books combined, in just 12 months.

    Irony abounds.

    Another book exposing the cult and helping to bring about that happy day when Miscavige is handcuffed?

    Yes Please Mister Headley!
  40. The Wrong Guy Member

    Katie and Suri go door-to-door on one side of the street, while the other side gets harassed by Cruise and Miscavige.

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