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  1. Veda

    "The flip side of the coin"

    Then there was a misunderstanding, and I withdraw my comments. :sorry2: I assumed you were directing your comments at me after the first paragraph. I should have inquired, "Is any if this directed at me?" before responding. :carryon: Back to "the flip side of the coin" theme - and the...
  2. Veda

    "The flip side of the coin"

    Being curious is not the same as being duped. There are nuances. That seems to be a "thing." For some people there are no nuances. For them, it's almost sacrilege to suggest there are nuances.
  3. Veda

    "The flip side of the coin"

    Who is saying "Scientology is good"? Yet there were people who did just that, and checked out Scientology, found it interesting, and little bits of it to be beneficial (that's part of the bait on the hook), and they didn't get hooked. They looked around and saw that it was a cult, and a trap...
  4. Veda

    "The flip side of the coin"

    1979. That was during the Dianetic Clear frenzy - as I call it. Hubbard had decided that there were lots and lots of "Clears," and that they had been produced by Dianetics. Former Senior Case Supervisor International, who lived with Hubbard during this time, would, after leaving Scientology...
  5. Veda

    "The flip side of the coin"

    Your statements are bizarre. You are not reading what I write, and have written for years. Rather than actually read what has been written, you have an idea about it. and that is sufficient for you. Why? Laziness? There you go again. You really have no idea what I've been saying. of getting...
  6. Veda

    "The flip side of the coin"

    Zartel, I've taken the liberty of posting this by you. Let's see if there are any responses. :fencing:
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