Check out the youtube video of the Church and how they destroyed the Cult Awareness Network (CAN). The litigated CAN to bankruptcy.
If this occurs in China, not sure it is malware.
The Devil can answer...
Interesting tool. I am planning to write a script for an online version. Do you know if anyone already did that?
Very easy...just add Alka Selzer. Plop plop fizz fizz...there goes my data!~
The church keeps Miscavige out of sight. If he were on Nighline or 60 Minutes; they would make minced meat out of him.
::::so others cannot read it. that will cause a best-seller blip Does not make sense. The publisher will just print more.
:::they we accused of buying and reselling Ron's books on a massive scale to get on the best-seller lists
That is true and old news. Old story was that Barnes and Noble bought Dianetics. When the books arrived, it had the B&N sales sticker on them already.
What happened? Church members would go and buy the books to boost the sales.
For this book, that logic does not work, or make sense.
FAA approval is very specific. Very time consuming. Very costly. VERY SLOW
:) Perl will be around for decades...just like Cobol.
Great idea...but this won't work. A new battery would require some redesign. All of this would need FAA & EU (forget the agency name) approval. That would take at least 8-12 months. Boeing wants the 787 flying in weeks.
Yes! Person w/ 10 years experience vs. the person w/ no experience but a Phd...which is better? No question, the one with real world experience.
Hearing about those wild things would require even MORE auditing
A pure win/win for them, more profits Commodore!
But of the movement is on the way down, like others have said, there will be no CoS in 200-500 years.
Take a peek at the Amazon.com page for this book, as of the morning of 29 JAN 13, there are 53 customer reviews, categorised as: 5 star - 42 4 star - 5 3 star - 1 2 star - 1 1 star – 4 In the ‘old days’, Scientology would have had all their people write 1-star reviews of this book. I think this does show that the power of Scientology, the same organization that brought the IRS to its knees, is waning. Maybe there are not that many blokes left there.