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 Post subject: What did they do with LRH's ashes? - Humor Contest
PostPosted: Thu May 29, 2003 8:37 pm 
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Can you think of a funny answer to this question?

You may win..... absolutely nothing! ;)

1 - They dumped them all over the place at Flag to give the RPFers something to clean up.

2 - Mixed them in with the rice and beans for extra "body."

3 - Sent them to the Pope with a request that LRH be given sainthood.

4 - Used them to fertilize the anemic plants at Big Blue.

5 - It is now required that every org's LRH Office have an urn on the desk with at least one spoonful of LRH's ashes. No one can find his actual ashes so use whatever you can find - preferably cigarette ashes.


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PostPosted: Thu May 29, 2003 8:45 pm 
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"preferably cigarette ashes" ...but they must be from Kools!


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6 - Did anyone see "The Big Lobowski"?


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7. Smuggled them into England and donated them to the Mary Poppins School of Chimneysweeping, where aspiring sweeps use them to get mass on ash.

8. Fertilized the tomatoes so they'd be more sessionable.

9. Small amounts of them are festively tossed in the air at graduations where people are awarded the coveted Doctor of Scientology degree.

10. Throw handfuls of them back and forth to practice start-change-stop.


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PostPosted: Fri May 30, 2003 3:23 am 
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Songbird,

I like #7 a LOT! ;) Mass on ash! :proud:


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Repeat that last sentence ten times really fast. :proud:


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11. Did anyone see "Shipping News?"


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PostPosted: Fri May 30, 2003 2:35 pm 
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Luce,

I saw it but only vaguely recall it. That movie starred Kevin Spacey and Juliane Moore, right?

Could you remind us of what happened in that movie regarding someone's ashes?

And what about the Big Lubowski, TT?


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PostPosted: Fri May 30, 2003 2:50 pm 
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In "The Big Lobowski," this guy has two buddies. One is a whacked-out asshole who happens to be a Vietnam Vet, and his other friend is a sad-sack sort of loser who always gets dumped on. (Named Robbie) There's this big confrontation between Lobowski, his two friends, and a gang of Nihilists. (This is a weird-assed movie, mmm-kay?) Anyway, his sad-sack friend has a heart attack and dies, and is cremated. The funeral home wants $1,200 for an urn, so Lobowski and his buddy go to the market, buy a can of coffee, dump out the grounds, and use it for the dude's ashes. Then they take the ashes to the top of a cliff overlooking the Pacific, thinking that Robbie would have wanted his ashes scattered over the ocean. Instead, the wind is blowing off of the sea, so as he's dumping the ashes out, they're blowing back all over Lobowski and his buddy, all over the car, all over the road, and everywhere EXCEPT the ocean. LOL!


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PostPosted: Fri May 30, 2003 3:06 pm 
It was Donnie though, not Robbie - Buscemi's character. Love that flick.


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PostPosted: Fri May 30, 2003 3:08 pm 
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Oops! He was "Robbie" in "The Wedding Singer." :)

The Big Lobowski is so bizarre, but yeah, it's become one of my favorite movies too. :)


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PostPosted: Fri May 30, 2003 5:03 pm 
You should check out some other Coen films:

Miller's Crossing

The Hudsucker Proxy

Barton Fink

Fargo (duh?)

The Man Who Wasn't There was cool, but it always felt like it was TRYING too hard to be deep/profound.. still, I like the cast so I watched it through..


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PostPosted: Fri May 30, 2003 5:05 pm 
Sorry for diverting the topic.

I don't have any potentially amusing ways they dispersed 'the great leader's ashes'..


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DM uses the ashes and anal talc to keep down the itching.


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To DM - What did LRH's ashes do to miss your withhold? ;)


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