Missouri org address

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Missouri org address

Post by don_carlo » Mon Aug 16, 2004 12:27 am

Church of Scientology of Kansas City
2 East 39th St.
Kansas City, MO 64111
Tel: 816-753-6590
E-mail: cofskansascity@earthlink.net
Web Site: www.scientology-kansascity.org

Church of Scientology of Missouri
6901 Delmar Boulevard
University City, MO 63130
Tel: 314-727-3747
E-mail: cofsstlouis@earthlink.net
Web Site: www.scientology-stlouis.org


from http://www.scientology-cclondon.org/other.htm


(Message edited by Don_Carlo on August 16, 2004)

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Post by free_for_real » Mon Aug 16, 2004 1:38 am

I have data from a friend that the org in Kansas City has lost some of their top staff, including the treasurer and the director of special affairs.

Also, that they have only shrunk since they stat pushed to win the birthday game in 1999 or whenever that was.

I will ask him to go by and see how things are now.

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Post by gonuclear » Wed Aug 18, 2004 5:33 am

I live within walking distance of the St. Louis
org. It was in the late 90's they moved from some
location on Page Blvd. not too far from the
Armed Forces Records building to a location close to the Delmar loop, which is the hip part of town. The building they occupy is this mausoleum looking concrete structure. Their prospecting is not like the good old days, they only rarely have clams out on Delmar passing out the personality analysis flyers. Once in awhile, you will run into student clams doing a tone scale drill with a phoney survey. They are easy to spot.

GoNuclear

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Post by free_for_real » Wed Aug 18, 2004 4:47 pm

GoNuclear, Hey would you be willing to check on the number of cars in their parking lot and report back to us on some evening or Saturday when they are supposed to be their busiest.

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Post by programmer_guy » Thu Aug 19, 2004 4:23 am

Or take a picture and post it here! (Andreas said 500x500 pixels is the max size.)
codo ergo sum.

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Post by gonuclear » Thu Aug 19, 2004 6:24 am

yeah, I can do that, perhaps with a film camera, don't have a digital one as of yet. I can scan it and send it via email or just snail mail some snap shots somewhere, just let me know where. Also, what are the exact times to take photos.

Maybe I can stand around and shoot pics until the clams come out to confront me and ask me what my crimes are, etc. Then we can catch them on video.
Who knows. Should be fun.

GoNuclear

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Post by programmer_guy » Thu Aug 19, 2004 6:39 am

Even setting a Fuji S7000 on 1 mega pixels (lowest setting) makes an image that is bigger than the size limit here.
codo ergo sum.

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Post by free_for_real » Thu Aug 19, 2004 3:40 pm

GoNuclear, I like your zeal!

Just go by on say a Friday night because that is graduation or on a saturday afternoon when many people should be there.

Just some suggestions.

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Post by don_carlo » Thu Aug 19, 2004 7:20 pm

JASC Paintshop Pro can shrink the image. Click
Image
Resize


The computer offers you, among other things "Width"

For Width, type over the number there (which is usually much larger than 5),typing
5
OK

Save the picture.

That automatically makes it under 20 kilobytes.

THEN upload it to the message board.

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Post by don_carlo » Thu Aug 19, 2004 7:20 pm

JASC Paintshop Pro can shrink the image. Click
Image
Resize


The computer offers you, among other things, "Width"

For Width, type over the number there (which is usually much larger than 5), typing
5
OK

Save the picture.

That automatically makes it under 20 kilobytes.

THEN upload it to the message board.

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Post by pitbull » Thu Aug 19, 2004 9:13 pm

Go by the St. Louis org and Give
Carla Jindela a pat on the fanny for me!
There's an old saying: when the going gets tough - pit bulls call a Scientologist."
-David Miscavige- 8 October, 1993
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Post by free_for_real » Thu Aug 19, 2004 10:55 pm

Pit Bull, that should cause a stir!

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Post by free_for_real » Fri Aug 20, 2004 3:37 am

Reported by a current staff member to a friend,
The Kansas City Organization is doing terrible.

They have no one in the academy.

Much staff turnover.

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Post by pitbull » Fri Aug 20, 2004 4:28 pm

Any Update, GoNuclear?

I'm very familiar with that area of town.

The church is in an old Masonic Temple that
had some nice renovations done by the previous
tenent. I do think the church has had a harder time in the midwest with PR. But time goes by and they can likely pull in new people who have not heard about the group. There are always also a few
well-to-do Scientologists around who find a few hundred grant chump change. These types also likely have little trouble with getting pulled into ethics and have a la-di-da attitute that makes it hard on the rest of us.

What they need there in the loop is a good rally or protest with nice info sheets about the real history of scientology. And some data giving information on independent Scientologist as an alternative to those who still might have some interest in auditing.
There's an old saying: when the going gets tough - pit bulls call a Scientologist."
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Post by gonuclear » Sat Aug 21, 2004 6:35 am

I might be able to get to the photo op within the next few weeks, have a basement and storage locker to clean out right now, also, there are bigger fish to fry in St. Louis, with pestodent tush and his skull and bones buddy Kerry coming to town for a so-called "debate" on October 6th.

Hate to say this, but, the bottom line ... rescuing people trapped by the Swientology church is small potatos compared to what is going on all around us now in this country. We are fixing to go into a total martial law situation real soon. My main thing as far as activism now is getting the word out about 911, that it was an inside job for the purpose of creating a pretext for the middle east wars and a police state.

GoNuclear

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