From: jxxl@huxley.cs.nps.navy.mil (John Locke)
Newsgroups: alt.religion.scientology
Subject: Re: Scientology questions
Message-ID: <2519@huxley.cs.nps.navy.mil>
Date: 26 Jul 91 18:22:27 GMT
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Reply-To: jxxl@cs.nps.navy.mil (John Locke)
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In article <> eastin@locus.com (Dick Eastin) writes: * In article <1991Jul24.222243.6342@cs.sfu.ca> thomson@cs.sfu.ca (Brian Thomson) * writes: (etc.)

* >Would any (current) Scientologists care to respond to the fact that they * >are paying extraordinary prices for goods and services that could be * >delivered at a fraction of the price.

* I don't think I can give a satisfying answer to either the cost * of an e-meter or the cost of books or the size of donations. Money * and values are subjects which have a lot of differences of opinion * and produce a lot of argument...

[massive rationalization for inflated price of e-meter deleted]

Stop squirming and just admit that Brian has a point.


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