From: fleming@acsu.buffalo.edu (christine m fleming)
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Subject: Re: Snide comments (was Re: Perfectionism)
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Date: 4 Sep 91 02:59:30 GMT
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In article <GOEHRING.91Aug27090757@mentor.cc.purdue.edu> goehring@mentor.cc.purdue.edu writes: >In article <17755@life.ai.mit.edu>, whatis@gnu.ai.mit.edu (....What Is?....) writes: > >You probably don't realize it, having been so thoroughly isolated from >the public by the Church, but the general public impression of >Scientology is that it is a bunch of crazy crackpots who believe in a >story which borders on the ludicrous and could well be sold as a cheap >sci-fi thriller (in fact, LRH once made a movie which had strong >similiarities to the events put forth in the OT3 materials, although >he never released it; it wasn't good enough for him). Very few people >outside the Church take Scientology seriously. >

The same could be said for just about every religion.

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