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PostPosted: Wed Jun 07, 2006 2:54 am 
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Does anyone have any idea if this Dianetics Team will race in all the major races...for example the Daytona 500???

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Giggles wrote:
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Hahhaaaa!
Giggles, this is GREAT! Boss Hog! I love it!

Here is a suggestion: How about Kirstie Alley as "Daisy Doofus"? In Daisy Doofus shorts? Can you fit all that on your monitor screen? LOL

I know I'm asking alot.

Anyway, that was really funny! :D


You asked for it!!!
Don't blame me if you suddenly go blind :)

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Are those 'Depends'?
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ROTFLOL! You are baaaaaaaaaad. :wink:

I remember this whole Dianetics Racing car deal, and I knew Keith
and Judy Code. Also, there's another guy who paid for a hot air
balloon, and has "Dianetics" on it, too.

He races that, also, hoping to promote the book, of course.

Now it's gotta be a great conversation opener: Can you imagine?
Dianetics, eh? Is that with that Xenu, deal?

Keith: errrr........No....(cough/PTS): Dianetics is a book, blah blah blah.
(Points to partner: quick, get rid of that guy talking about You know who!!!) Remember, Scientologists in C of S are not allowed to EVER
say the word XENU!

Oh my, this next year is going to be fun!

Great photos, too!

Tory/Magoo~~ 8)


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The spin-off satire show could also be called:

"The Dupes of Hubbard"

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Great idea KG!

Here you go.

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(Giggles, Hope you don't mind my borrowing and altering your pic)

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AAAAAH, MY EYES!!! ALAS, IF ONLY THERE COULD BE A CURE FOR BLINDESS!! OH, THE IRONY OF IT ALL, THAT SO YOUNG I SHOULD BE SO BLIND!!!


*Scn Ninja comes up to fanboy and offers him a copy of Dianetics*

[evil Tone 40 voice]Take it, little boy, and you'll be able to see the NASCAR driver again...[/evil Tone 40 voice]

How can I read it if I'm blind, idiot?


On a more serious topic, anyone want to start a pool on how long this NASCAR race car lasts?

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Matt Lauer again announced a feature story about this race car.

He introduced it by mentioning Tom cruise and Scientology. But in
a neutral and reportorial way.

Then they cut to footage about various companies using nascar for publicity with some kind of Scientology Joker talking about how this imay bring
attention to Diantics and how the Dianetics driver may have an advantage since he used it to clear
pictures from his mind to he can race better.

He talked about how it may bring more attention to Scientology but
from there someone would have to decide if they are interested.

Amazing PR for Scientology.

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Amazing PR for Scientology.

No, STUPID PR for $cientology. This is not the 1950’s or even the 1980’s. Suppose everyone who heard those words you admire so much went off to “decide if they’re interested� in $cientology. So how would they do this? Well these days whether it’s buying a car or anything else people go to the internet. Or they’ll know someone who went to the internet. Or they’ll know someone who has seen “Trapped in the Closet.�

This independent investigation that Pitbull unceasingly urges will actually be $cientology’s total downfall. Investigating this abomination will only FINALLY lead the public at large to see what it is. All publicity may be good publicity if you’re a rock band. If you’re $cientology it is lethal.

This is not some new cola. When your product is a nutty, litigious, criminal cult based on the blithering madness of a mediocre science fiction writer, then general PR is NOT what you want. You want very targeted and controlled PR. Encouraging John Q. Public to investigate $cientology is actually the big break many of us have been waiting for.


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You would have to be a madman, to get behind the wheel of a 800hp racecar, owned by the sons of satan, in a tight race with southern baptists, christian evangelicals and pentacostal revivalists.

But then Hubbard was a Madman

I can envision the track announcer now:


And in Car #8, the we have The sons of Satan.

Marketed correctly this could be the widesest watched NASCAR race in history... visions of how the chariot race scene in Spartacus would turn out, if the Devil had an entry.

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Long-time lurker, first-time poster....so go easy on me please.

I saw the Today show segment this morning. Towards the end of it they were talking about how NASCAR is discriminating about who they will let advertise. They said, for example, they would not allow a porn company advertise because it does not fit in in what they find acceptable.

WTF??? They allow killer cults to advertise and that is more acceptable than videotaped sex? I, personally, would be less offended by a porn sponsored car than the cult.

Have there been letters/emails/etc sent to NASCAR officials educating them on the dangers of the Scieno-nuts?


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clowermom wrote:
Long-time lurker, first-time poster....so go easy on me please.

I saw the Today show segment this morning. Towards the end of it they were talking about how NASCAR is discriminating about who they will let advertise. They said, for example, they would not allow a porn company advertise because it does not fit in in what they find acceptable.

WTF??? They allow killer cults to advertise and that is more acceptable than videotaped sex? I, personally, would be less offended by a porn sponsored car than the cult.

Have there been letters/emails/etc sent to NASCAR officials educating them on the dangers of the Scieno-nuts?

Clowermom, thank you for picking this thread for your very first post, and welcome!

I think the difference is purely in education about what $cientology is. I’ll give you an example from the South Park episode about the Super Adventure Club. Stan had this exchange with the doctor who was helping Chef that went something like this:

Dr.: But Isn’t the Super Adventure Club a hiking and nature club?

Stan: No that’s the Adventure Club, the Super Adventure Club molests children.

Dr.: Oh, yeah that’s right I forgot.

You see many people may have heard something about $cientology being strange but it didn’t really stick with them. In fact people even get it confused with Christian Science!!

Or at worst many people have generally thought of $cientology as some science-based harmless quaint little philosophy that appeals to the Hollywood jet set types. Few ever knew it was a nutty, litigious, criminal sci-fi cult built from the blithering madness of a mediocre science fiction writer, even dispite the Time magazine story of a few years ago.

But $cientology venturing into NASCAR will only help spread the truth of what they are even further. Now that they’re trying to push it into mainstream, putting it right in there with Motherhood, Apple Pie and Baseball, now they better be prepared – because Mom’s about to find out who they really are!!


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So now at the race we need to get seats filled with colored cards so that on que everyone hold them up and it say Xenu.net or LRH lied or Scientology cult.
What is fun about doing something like that is it would take no more then some permission from the track owner to set up and it would get noticed by the cameras. The other thing would be try try to get Xenu.net bumper stickers down to the pits and get the teams to plaster them on the very front of the cars. Very few cars have anything on the front bumper center because it gets damaged so often.

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So now at the race we need to get seats filled with colored cards so that on que everyone hold them up and it say Xenu.net or LRH lied or Scientology cult.
What is fun about doing something like that is it would take no more then some permission from the track owner to set up and it would get noticed by the cameras. The other thing would be try try to get Xenu.net bumper stickers down to the pits and get the teams to plaster them on the very front of the cars. Very few cars have anything on the front bumper center because it gets damaged so often.

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Xenu signs in the audience and stickers on the bumpers of all the other driver's cars!

That would be funny to do and would potentially freak out the CO$ driver!

diarhetics Nascar radio chatter:

"Xenu is all around me, he's with all of these wogs. What do I do davey!?"

(As the diarhetics nascar crashes headlong into a little yellow $cn tent off the track)

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(Giggles, Hope you don't mind my borrowing and altering your pic)


No problem :)

Anyone can use or chop pics/images of mine to
post here on OCMB. (I've borrowed a little too).

I can hardly wait to get my hands on the
real pictures of this "Nascar" car.
I'm gonna chop the crap out of it...LOL

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New article here

http://www.charlotte.com/mld/charlotte/ ... 761999.htm

I like these two lines

(No word on whether the car can fix itself; Cruise recently bragged that wife Katie Holmes needed no anti-depressants for her post-partum depression.)

The Jehovah's Witnesses could not be reached for comment about any possible NASCAR sponsorship.

Lets just say this is not going to turn out too good for Scientology.

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