Cult Dry Cleaning? Harpoons?

Discussion in 'News and Current Events' started by Saul Goodman, Jun 20, 2011.

  1. Anonymous Member

    I think we have, like, 15 days left, depending on how slow the mail is.
  2. Anonymous Member

    Heard back from Mary Richardson. She says:
    Somebody's listening. So speak up. :)
  3. Anonymous Member

    Yeah, Scamentology. Make a move. Any move. Give me an excuse to educate the public.
  4. Anonymous Member

    I've been in touch with Blake Lamb, the city planner in charge of projects in Hollywood. Interesting that she mentioned a permit for "laundry facilities" has been approved, but she acknowledges that this is very different from dry cleaning equipment.

    She asked for more information. Her email is Poons please.
  5. BigBeard Member

    ^^^^dum dum DUM...Cof$ playing fast & loose with the facts again??

  6. Anonymous Member

    And all you have to do is tell the truth. How cool is that.
  7. Smurf Member

    Was she made aware of the OP link? It is quite specific about dry cleaning equipment.
  8. Saul Goodman Member

  9. Anonymous Member

  10. Anonymous Member

    Yep. Ten days left...
  11. Anonymous Member

  12. Anonymous Member

    Eight days left to send dox on the lying polluters.
  13. Anonymous Member

    Give it up. The culties have just as much right to dry cleaning as do the other corporate buzzkill in Los Angeles.
  14. Anonymous Member

    Maybe so, but as a rule, they abuse the rights they have. And they do not have the right to pollute the air I have to breathe. They also think they have the right to use people as slave labor because it's part of their religious tenets. Remember the Marc Headley lawsuit? And just because the corporate buzzkill is doing it that doesn't mean they have the right to do it. Or are you saying that the fact that they're doing it gives them the right? Might makes right? Is that it?

  15. Anonymous Member

    What corporate buzzkill? All the dry cleaners I've seen in L.A. are mom and pop operations. What's this "corporate" you're talking about? Have you got an example? Dox please.
  16. Anonymous Member

    Yeah, right. Don't you wish we would.
  17. Anonymous Member

  18. Anonymous Member

    Confused culties are confused.
  19. Anonymous Member

    Somebody needs to straighten them out.
  20. Anonymous Member

    Louanne, is that you?
  21. Anonymous Member

    Fuck. Can't you read? People working for corporations patronize dry cleaners.
  22. Anonymous Member

    No. Your tinfoil beanie is on too tight.
  23. Anonymous Member

    And your point is...?
  24. Anonymous Member

    Afraid I'm not following your alleged "logic" here. There already is a dry cleaner in the neighborhood for them to patronize. Clearly stated in the OP. Why do they need another one?
  25. Smurf Member

    One of the earmarks of Scientology is to isolate his members from outsiders. This is just another example of the cult creating an internal resource for its flock.
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  26. Anonymous Member

    Another one of their earmarks is to resort to ad hominem attacks when they can't answer logically.
  27. Smurf Member

    Whether one answers "logically" to a question to the satisfaction of another is purely self-defined.
  28. Anonymous Member

    Why? Are they trying to put the other guy out of business?
  29. Anonymous Member

    Seven days left. Send dox nao!
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  30. Anonymous Member

    This means you are right, and they are worried. Keep up the good work.
  31. Saul Goodman Member

    True, and doncha know that their fellow culties are telling them how successful they'll be catering to the cleaning needs of the million local scilons.
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  32. Anonymous Member

    Why don't they just pay their staff so they can afford to take their clothes to the cleaners?
  33. Anonymous Member

    They don't really need another one, unless (1) they're trying to put the other guy out of business and/or (2) the other guy can't handle the amount of dry cleaning they plan to do, which would probably cause more emissions of volatile organic compounds than the eleven pounds per day that the permit would allow. And once they get the permit, there's nothing we can do about it. Act now for great justice. For the lulz. FTW.
  34. Smurf Member

    And you're asking me... why?
  35. Anonymous Member

    My guess, cult is taking too much flack over the whole forced abortion issue and has come up with an alternate plan to handle those "fallen" sea org women. It's been done before.
  36. Anonymous Member

    Can't you just see them high-fiving each other based on some mutual delusion. :D
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  37. Anonymous Member

    Just thought you might know, bro.
  38. Smurf Member

    LOL. I suspect it has more to do with providing staff with the opportunity to pay less money than having to use a public dry cleaning place. Of course, in saving money, they look forward to poorer service and shitty dry cleaning...
  39. Anonymous Member

    That, and maybe they could afford to have their own washers and dryers, oh wait, they'd need a decent place to live first...
    So, application is for a laundry, not a dry cleaners? What a tonne of tin-foil crap ITT.
  40. Anonymous Member

    Nah, they already got the permit for the laundry approved. They are now trying to add on the dry cleaning equipment, but are bound to have problems with that, thanx to the magnificent fuckers ITT.
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