Re: Measurable Solutions fires employee for browsing Xenu sites; MS goal to make scil I brought up this thread for a several reasons: 1) I wanted to shine some light on Measurable Solutions in particular as a discriminatory organization. 2) Maybe there are other people around about the Internet who also worked for Measurable Solutions and would like to post their stories here. 3) For anyone thinking of signing up with Measurable Solutions, they should think twice about it. Hopefully if they know that the senior purpose is "to make Scientologists" then they will seek professional consultation elsewhere. 4) I wanted to bring up the point that companies run by Scientologists (not staff members of a Church of Scientology or one of their affiliated organizations) routinely weed out people who are not "with the program" when it comes to Scientology. This is illegal "religious discrimination", but hey... whoever accused a Scientologist of following the law. 4) There's that thread started over on ESMB about the lady whose husband (the dentist) has been sucked into MGE in Clearwater FL. It's the same frickin' story with Measurable Solutions. There are numerous scio-run companies that do this same crap of bringing in the shills and sucking them as dry as they can (in the name of saving the mark's PROFESSIONAL LIVES) and then toss them to the wolves (the Church of Scientology) to get commissions for helping the poor people with their PERSONAL LIVES. The end will always be the same -- people sucked dry of their money, assets, credit, family and friend support, and their businesses. Scientologists love to cry "religious discrimination" at the drop of a hat. They use it all the time when you try to keep Scientology out of YOUR business. But when you try to be anti-Scientology when in THEIR business, they think it's perfectly acceptable to fire you on the spot. (To wit: Recall the story of the two guys suing Diskkeeper Corporation in California) I think this story should definitely be brought to the EEOC for their files on Measurable Solutions (and Scientology).