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ESMB Legends

Discussion in 'General Scientology Discussion' started by Whattodo, Apr 21, 2017.

  1. Emma

    Emma Con te partirò Administrator

    Oh wow, I love that imagery!
  2. Lurker5

    Lurker5 Gold Meritorious Patron

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  3. RogerB

    RogerB Crusader

    Speaking of legends, Dear Emma . . . . now that you again wonderfully active . . . .
    How about rounding up a gang of lovelies and running this gig below on Flinders Street Train Station . . . we can't let the Russians upstage us!

    Woman pulls up skirt in crowded station calling to criminalize ‘upskirting’ (VIDEO)

    A young Russian woman has staged a solo protest by pulling up her skirt on the St. Petersburg subway, protesting so-called upskirting – the practice wherein men take pictures under the skirt of an unaware victim.

  4. Gizmo

    Gizmo Rabble Rouser

    So many have contributed so much for me to start naming names I'm sure to miss some really great people.

    I just like what I read here & that's why I keep coming back !
  5. Alanzo

    Alanzo Bardo Tulpa

    I'd like to exhume this thread to present a series of awards to various ESMB posters who, over the years, have distinguished themselves in various ways.

    First, I'd like to award Paul Adams, aka @Dulloldfart , the ESMB Snooty Englishman Award, for having the lowest All About Alanzo! Posting Percentile of any of the ESMB Dead Enders for the last 2 months, and for remaining humble in his own most superior way, while also bragging about the size of his package whenever he can.

    Pulling off this ESMB plate-spinning juggling act, while keeping everyone fooled, renders him most deserving of the Snooty Englishman award.

    paul adams.jpg
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  6. Dave95694

    Dave95694 Silly Human

    Yea, Paul who wrote up OT3 as the Promethus Reports, an area of his expertise, so people leaving the church didn't have to give up their "eternity", who archived much of the best of ESMB and who left scientology completely and developed Rub and Yawn and other alt-tech, is certainly an ESMB legend!

  7. Alanzo

    Alanzo Bardo Tulpa

    Yes. Yes. There's all that stuff, too, that Paul has accomplished for Mankind.

    But I just keep thinking about his package.
  8. Dave95694

    Dave95694 Silly Human

    And now we all are trying not to.

  9. Alanzo

    Alanzo Bardo Tulpa

    Terril Park is hereby awarded the Jesus Christ Award of ESMB.

    I do not think anyone has taken more abuse and vicious cyber bullying on ESMB than Terril has, for so many years. He has continued to turn his cheek and return his response with love and kindness.

    This, of course, has little to do with Scientology, which he has continually tried to evangelize on ESMB, and more to do with his own innate kindness and love for his fellow human beings, sincerely and genuinely wanting them to get the wins he has given himself on his own spiritual path.

    Way to go, Terril.

    Much respect to you.

    - Alanzo

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  10. Dave95694

    Dave95694 Silly Human

    Yes, a great guy. Although I owe him a round as I didn't fully understand British drinking etiquette when I met him in London a few years ago!

    All those success stories! And all the support for those still interested in scientology outside the church. And his liaison with protesters and anons as well as protesting himself. All with good humour and grace.

    He has(Edit: is in) a book about his adventures as a younger lad also, called "Two men in a van and other memories", about a road trip to India! (may not be currently in print) Screen Shot 2019-09-27 at 4.30.13 PM.png
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  11. Terril park

    Terril park Sponsor

    Thanks for the kind words:). I'm not the author of the
    book, he was the other guy in the van.