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"Space opera: having to do with time periods on the whole track millions of years ago which concerned activities in this and other galaxies. Space opera has space travel, spaceships, spacemen, intergalactic travel, wars, conflicts, other beings, civilizations and societies, and other planets and galaxies. It is not fiction and concerns actual incidents and things that occurred on the track."

Scientology, Welcome to Sea Org (p. 90) 16 Comments [12/31/2008 11:29:00 PM]
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Submitted By: Shanya Almafeta
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Dude, you're tripping balls. Also, lawyers.

1/1/2009 8:27:55 PM

Lulzmonger

Now you have gone and done it, you will get fair gamed up in your ass.

These fucks are relentless, heartless bitches. They put evil in Lawful Evil.

1/1/2009 9:02:30 PM

Won Ton

Actually, I think all the scientology stuff qualifies for here.

Also, fair game my ass. Scientology is fucked.

1/1/2009 9:11:42 PM

DarkfireTaimatsu

Space opera has space travel, spaceships, spacemen, space travel, space wars, space conflicts, space beings, space civilizations and space societies, and space planets and space galaxies

Fixed.

Also, "A long time ago in a galaxy far, far away" is not meant literally.

1/1/2009 10:43:14 PM

cyvr

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Fuck off ya "church"

1/2/2009 12:51:45 AM

Mr. Creazil

This sounds like a monologue from a Hunter Thompson book.

1/2/2009 3:51:36 AM

Darwin's Lil' Girl

...I think you've got a typo in the last line. You have "not" in there.

1/2/2009 4:13:45 AM

szaleniec

You can just tell the whole shebang was made up by a science fiction writer, can't you? One who, if not for the flying saucer cult he started, would probably be quite obscure nowadays.

1/2/2009 10:18:13 AM

a mind far far away

it is not fiction

...well, where is the fact? I'm waiting. Oh wait, scientology, nevermind...

1/2/2009 11:47:49 AM

Lucretius

So if I write a Space Opera that directly contradicts eveything that L. Ron wrote then that will be the "real account" of "actual incidents and things that occurred on the track" and Scientology will disappear ?

1/2/2009 12:52:40 PM

Grigadil

When will they finally face the truth and call their Hubbard fan club/religion "Fictionology"?

1/2/2009 3:59:35 PM

Godbuster

I recently found out that Roddenberry and Hubbard made a bet to see who could gain more followers.

I think Roddenberry won.

6/4/2009 3:27:52 PM

katie5000

...you mean Space Opera isn't fiction? Seriously? Well, that tears it. I'm packing up and moving to Side 6. Always wanted to live in space, but would prefer not to get caught in that yearlong war that's going on up there.

Seriously, though. Put the crack pipe down.

7/20/2009 12:54:26 AM

Anon-e-moose

@Godbuster

"I recently found out that Roddenberry and Hubbard made a bet to see who could gain more followers.

I think Roddenberry won."

And in ways not even the Great Bird of the Galaxy himself could have imagined. The fact there's an episode of Star Trek being shown somewhere in the world at any time. A whole slew of films (and of course the shockingly good 'reboot'). Mountains of merchandise (rivalled only by that for Star Wars), hundreds of millions of fans around the world, and conventions galore. Hell - even it's own artificial language: Klingon. And it's fans believe in the unity and inherent goodness of the human race (and others elsewhere, should they exist on other planets). And above all - it doesn't cost anything to be a Star Trek fan: just enjoying it on TV is sufficient.

As opposed to... what? The inferior 'literature' of a 10th-rate hack who had ideas above his station (and was a pathological liar) by thinking up a so-called 'religion' (based on an even crappier Sci-Fi premise. Yes, I've read the 'OT-III* Incident' Document. Ye gods: Xenu, Teegeeack, spaceplanes looking like DC-10s, volcanoes, H-bombs, Thetans etc. Complete bollocks, or what?!). And just one film - "Battlefield Earth". Considered to be WORSE than "Plan Nine From Outer Space" (even that has credibility, in comparison!). And maybe a couple of million adherents at most, who have to sell their souls to David Miscavige, to advance along the 'Bridge To Total Freedom' (oh, the irony, it burnsss usss preciousss!).

..oh, and as a parting shot, $cientology, Two Words: Lisa McPherson.

*- I've read the OT-VIII document too, what it took Tom Cruise Control many years of auditing, 'patter drills' (talking to walls), making clay figures and upwards of $300,000 to do the same. And it cost me zip, zilch, nada, nichts, nowt, bugger all to read on the internet. Just Google 'OT-VIII'. It's just as much a load of bollocks as anything else spewed out by L. Ron Hubbard.

7/20/2009 8:08:27 AM

GodotIsWaiting4U

The Force is not with you.

10/14/2009 12:38:19 PM

towey

i read 1 of his books about an white guy raised in an indian tribe it was pretty good. but the whole scientology thing bullshit

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