Thank you, all the old veterens. I've been a completely silent critic of Scientology for over 15 years, only speaking about it to close friends or on message boards that already knew agreed with me. I didn't want to seem crazy. I'm not an activist, and I'm certainly no conspiracy theorist, and I like to keep the image of being niether. Until now, of course, with a lot of people who feel the same way. No, I'm not an ex-sci . . . nor have I ever personally known one. In fact, I would never have known about any of it without a late night on AOL, thinking the whole thing was weird after a John Travolta interview (Cruise wasn't thier messiah yet), and finding Operation Clambake on AltaVista's search engine (or maybe it was Lycos, I don't remember anymore). Then XenuTV. Then God knows what, with story after story pissing me off more and more. Not in my backyard (as long as it meant that I didn't have to do anything or sound crazy). Thank you, to all the old soldiers of this war, keeping it going where I don't know that I would have--against much greater odds than their are now. I'm ashamed that I waited until numbers were on my side before speaking out. You are all really brave, seriously really brave and with little to no "real world" support this whole time. I just want all of you old hands (from inside and out of the organization) to know that I, personally, am here until the end of this. Weeks, months, or years . . . I'm not going anywhere and you have at least one more solid ally that you probably won't ever meet. EDIT: OK before anyone says anything, I don't know where I got 15 from because I meant 10. Jesus. Still, over a decade. There's nothing I've cared about for a decade, regardless what the subject was.