rawl wrote:Yes, butwehave11, you got it right, I do try to get to everything but I can be like the "big hitters" here who seem to be online all the time to respond to post after post within minutes of replies.
butwehave11 wrote:I can't tell whther you're insulting people or not with that post. Are you slyly telling them to get a life? Maybe your subconscious is telling you something, wait, that's a part of the brain, and therefore doesn't exist. But then it must be your reactive mind, looks like you need to go to the RPF.
I'll take this one, the best word to describe Rawl is "coy".
I'm the "heavy hitter". I make baseball analogy's because I was a player.
I've been for the most part available 24/7 from the join date on the left, maybe before. I took off from work for my 77 yo Dad who is hanging in with a brain tumor. [TY, we're ok] However, I should be packing boxes right now for a move.
I saw something funny. Somewhere it was saying when a Sea Org drops this meat body, there is a time lag. It was substantial too. Like 20 years maybe? Surely not 20 days?
But what got me to laugh was I pictured the Master Con dealing with his first batch of Sea Org suffering "burn-out".
"C'mon Commodore, ...give us a break!"
So Hubbard thought about it, cause he didn't want any dayum entheta skuttlebutt going around. So that night in his Captain's Suite, nibbling on his salad and jumbo shrimp waiting for the porterhouse to show up, oogling his little CMO's in their little hot short shorts and halter tops, it came to him, just like all his other crap. A way to further abuse human beings for his own purpose, and make them like it.
So Hubbard issues whatever policy, or however he laid down the law about the "down" time between body's.
So from then on, a Sea Org member knew they had some dayum good vacation time coming...
...just soon as they dropped dead.