i figured woogie sums up being a wog noobie. The topic of the Church of Scientology has sent me through a range of different emotions. My contempt for Captain David "Let Him Die" Miscavige cannot be held back any longer. First, South Park poked fun at the church and i thought the members were silly. For 10 years i thought scientology was a joke until Going Clear came out. Since watching it I cannot stop researching the topic of the atrocities committed and instigated by David "petty bitch" Miscavige. The podcast by Jeff Augustine caught my attention recently and I just finished catching up to speed. The episode that originally ran in March with Mareka Brousseau troubled me deeply. It hit me like a ton of bricks When Mareka spoke about her grandmother committing suicide because the church took away her family and all her money. At first I blamed everyone associated with the church for these horrible acts. The blogs and podcasts posted or attended by Marty Rathbun, Marc Headley and Mike Rinder helped me realize that there is no sense getting mad at the poor pawns. I know without a doubt that David Miscavige and LRH are completely responsible for everything that has happened. The church needs reform and ruined lives need compensation. I do not believe that Scientology works but I have no problem with folks who want to continue to practice it after reformations take place. I have started contributing to the fight against the Church of Scientolgy and Captain Miscavige. I found a good place to donate have made a contribution to the Ex-Scientology kids message board. I am also buying books from the whistle-blowers to help support their sacrifice. I have read beyond belief and am just starting Going Clear. My next few books that just arrived are Blown for Good, Inside Scientology, Abuse at the Top, The Scandal of Scientology, and Tom Cruise an Unauthorized biography. There are several more I will be ordering after these including Marty's books, Ortega's new book coming out, and anything else that is bravely written about the abuses. Each book is like another piece of the puzzle. I contemplated reading Dianetics but Tony Ortega's blog helped me figure out how stupid that thought was. I am here to join the conversation, continue to learn, and give support to the victims.