Jason Harris, about the most insane hardest working computer programmer in INCOMM's history, God!
Well, hope you don't get blown away.
Jason's worked at the highest confid levels of the computer stuff for Scientology.
When I was a computer operations officer (I am NOT a programmer, I was just a button pusher, 1990-1993 in INCOMM LA and INCOMM INT, and then I was ASI's computer lackey button pusher operations officer from 93-95), Jason bailed me out constantly, plugging all the holes in the faulty software (some of which I think Jason has to take some responsbility for, but I mean the hairbrained Hubbard science fiction ideas for the computer, were and are unobtainable, I hope Jason will write about CHUG!!!!).
Jason was Foster Tompkins' main software guru lackey, go fix all new software, plug all the problems, god what a stretch of stressed out years Jason lived.
Well Jason, tell us about the science fiction theory of Chug, first off.
If we can't get the Chug "advices" into the public domain, those who read the advices and were charged with executing them can at least tell their firsthand accomplishments and failures at those ridiculous fantasy fiction Hubbard dreamed up (Hubbard's orders were called "advices" to hide the fact that everything Hubbard "advised" was taken literally as the MOST IMPORTANT urgent order), well we don't have those confidential private "advices" in the public domain, but we DO have people like Jason who scrambled for the years he was software guru in INCOMM trying to accomplish the impossible of complying with those "urgent" and all important Hubbard "advices."
Jason lived cheek by jowel with Foster Tompkins, the man that Hubbard sent those sometimes 10 page and longer detailed rambling science fiction "advices" about past lives space civilization computer systems that existed zillions of years ago, and those advices, some of the space opera guts of those advices are today in the INCOMM policy letters, I've posted and quoted the space opera excerpts.
Wow Jason. Whatever history you can remember, PLEASE unload it!
Scientology is so science fictionesque, and Jason is a man who tried to translate Hubbard's space opera fantasy orders into reality for the computer system at INCOMM in LA and at INT.
The dull details, the hatred Miscavige had (I think it's clear Miscavige's wrath is universal, no matter who or what he was overseeing, Miscavige's modus operendi is wrathful make-wrong, following Hubbard's similar control role model) for INCOMM's lack of ever accomplishing Hubbard's unobtainable "CHUG" orders, the day to day insane pace of events, all things revolved around Miscavige and his immediate needs.
Jason can paint his years at INCOMM, doing the daily duty making sure all for Miscavige's personal computer usage was all in order.
The whole INCOMM politics, the insanities of that mix of nerdy computer geek people who love software, mixed with the Hubbard science fiction and the insane predicaments of working near Miscavige, Jason has lived it.
Wow Jason, I don't know where to begin asking you to detail your history.
Whatever you write, will be priceless though!
Thanks for going public Jason!!!!!
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