Discussion in 'USA - West Coast' started by mnql1, Aug 6, 2011.
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You're right, Anti. There is definitely this non-human expression that's just weird. How does that happen?!
That's why Jason is interesting. He doesn't seem dead inside.
I hope it's not just an act.
he often wears sunglasses so it's hard to tell. but yeah it might be something with cults and fanatics, i need to encounter more people of the likes that aren't scientologist and watch them for myself but where to look?
Even back then he was starting to show signs of the darkness around his eyes.
At this rate then 10 - 15 years from now they'll be full blown panda. After that, the prognosis is badger.
It's the cult version of the 1000 yard stare.
When I got out it took time to get out of the habit of staring. It was freaking out people. Like this laser aimed at them all the time. I hadn't even realized I was doing it until several people pointed it out.
alright, looking through my stuff of shots of jason without sunglasses (where he is also looking at the camera) not an easy task
Try grade school playgrounds...
Damit Sponge, you made me click that!
Maybe Jason is an extrovert and is skilled at cheerful small talk. Most other handlers are probably introverted.
What else where you exspecting? I had a feeling that was what the link would lead to. Cause it's fricking hilarious! (in small doses)
Very small doses
The other thing about Jason is you can actually have a conversation with him. He doesn't robotically repeat the same thing, like an insult or whatever.
Also...he's hot. (What? Hotness works and it helps people.)
I'm going to tell him you said this!
However, he is married (15 years!) and apparently they go on lots of nice trips to Mexico and wine tasting and stuff. Must be nice being in the Sea Org, eh?
Jason, if you're reading this, I'm not mocking you! I think it's great you get to do these lovely things, but you and I both know that's not how the Sea Org works. In fact, if it was, this message board and all these others probably wouldn't exist. If the Sea Org could go home on the weekends and freely call home, get mail (unopened) etc, I would find something else to do.
There would still be plenty to protest.
The money scam, sucking ppl. in for all they own, regging them for what they do not own (incouraging to go into debt).
The fair game policy applied: - "the Sparrow/Brian treatment" - the AnonMom2 case
The Officer Push-push incident
Narconon quackery / scamming
-Need I go on?
Any new info. on this?
Glib... send me a cashier's check for $1,000. I'll send you a letter designating you as owner of the island of Manhattan. Seriously? Are you this gullible to believe the crap that spews from Jason's mouth? Seriously?
Smurf, um, learn to sarcasm. I just report what he said.
Damn, and I got Manhattan for $24 back in the day...inflation hits everything
Jason sucks travolta's nuts!
Bump for answers
Doug Owens is the friend of the guy arrested. Because of the humiliation of the arrest, Doug has chosen not to say anything about it.
From the video it looked like the officer was the one who should have been arrested.
The car swerved.
Just thought I'd stop by to see if there are any pictures of RiF. I'm bummed out.
It sure did. Once you mentioned it, I looked for it. Yep. Swerved.
From what I understand, the protester spent 2 days in jail, and charges were never filed. Case closed.
Sounds like the LAPD were trying to blackmail him into not doing anything about the officer shoving him into traffic.
Not nice, then nice. Getting nicer (e.g. charges filed against LEO) ?
Keeping him in jail for two days (was there no bail or was it so high he couldn't afford it?) for a so far unknown reason that he wasn't charged for isn't nice. Maybe they did this to intimidate/blackmail him into not making a complaint about the officer.
He's no Officer Bubbles or Tony Baloney. But he should be made to take responsibility for his unprofessional behavior.
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