NOI bringing calm…
…if it wasn’t for those insane rants by Louis Farrakhan that TonyMo keeps defending. Wonder when scientology is going to cut their losses on this? Oh wait, they would have to admit they AREN’T the best judge of people on the planet…
They’re starting the IRS pitch already…
Join the dolphins?
This has to be a mistake. David Miscavige declared war on Winter the Dolphin in Clearwater. He hates dolphins.
It must be Halloween…
Coming out of the darkest shadows is the old GO operative who helped kidnap Michael Meisner to keep him from going to the FBI. Last in the SO in LA.
You can ALWAYS buy credibility in scientology.
Hey, where is the old Mission Holder?
Another one bit the dust…
The Ultimate Experience?
Watching the IAS event? I think I would prefer the Grease! Event…
Whatever it takes…
Well, what it really took was persuading Nancy Cartwright to show up and hand over a shitload of cash. They roped her in because she grew up in Dayton but there is no org there. Not even a mission… They only have about 20 public in Columbus.
She’s got so much money she doesn’t know what to do with it.
Have you no shame?
“The World’s Greatest Entertainer”?
Who is that again?
And he’s occupied hosting the “premiere” of Season 2 of the CSN?
This is what L. Ron Hubbard would describe as an “outpoint.”
We are desperate
Well, honestly it’s NOT obvious…
Will you cover the human trafficking at Gold?
Not a great OT VII success story…
“OT Mixer” is code for “Reg Event”
“Happy Hour” = “Reg Event”
Another “success story”?
“Believe us, if you just do your next step you will be cause over money and won’t have to worry any more.”
I applied for 5 loans “at CC” and they all turned me down! But you should loan me the money because I promise to pay you back “once I am employed.” Yeah…
LRH would call that “altered sequence.”
Seems absurdly appropriate that this is their idea of “bringing sanity to the world.”
These two hucksters are a match made in hell…
Wait a minute
These were the people who were promoted as joining staff to become the ED’s of Valley Ideal Org. It was a fundraising gimmick they used for quite a while.
They skipped out on that commitment — but now they are heroes?
As I said, you can buy your way to anything in scientology.
The Twilight Zone
This is just wackadoodle
Help us out with some Google reviews…
Elron has to return and set new speed records.
Yeah, that’s, um “curious” – that’s the second of the few California missions that actually do some real business, to get a new mission holder in recent months.
And it’s interesting to see the retreading of training awards – those have reared their head in the past, and if I recall it’s gotten ugly, with their either turning out to be hard to actually redeem, or even just being revoked with no real explanation and no apology or compensation offered. But it does indeed suggest increasing desperation.
p.s. Dayton, where Nancy Cartwright is apparently from, is essentially part of the same metropolitan area as Cincinnati, where there’s infamously an org actually located across the river in Kentucky – Columbus is more than 100 miles away.
Wait…wait – Miscavige hates DOLPHINS?
How can anyone HATE… dolphins?
Now I know he’s an SP.
Kevin and Barbara Wilson’s squint-eyed, clenched teeth smiles communicate the following to me:
“Holy &&&&, what the &&&& did we just do?”
Dark Avenger says
This is what I wrote about the same photo three weeks ago, slightly edited.
From the last brochure:
“Now, will the regs leave us alone like they promised they would?”
“Just stare into the camera and try to look happy, Squint!”
@ Dark Avenger,
I didn’t know! LOL! Well, as they say, “Great minds, etc.”
I can’t believe I went right past the Wilsons, I used to know Barbara a long time ago – can’t believe they both are still ‘gung ho’.
She came from a rich family, she could have made her way out if she had wanted to.
I’m guessing her rich family is how she is able to pay for these big donations nowadays — mom and dad died and she inherited — I think this because she can’t be making big bucks from her company, Sterling Management Systems. They might have sold that company but it is still limping along, only a shadow of its former self from what it was in the 80’s. They had to move to smaller quarters, 3/4 of staff is gone and they are somehow eeking out something with a very much smaller staff. Their call in Div 6 went from 8 or 9 people down to one. When the Times article hit, many doctors (their clients) blew and left. One of the main registrars (road warriors) told me that at that time they were paying out more money in refunds than they were bringing in, which resulted in all staff being told there would be no payroll, no paychecks, and this went on for 3 months or more. We all lived on credit cards while trying to bail Sterling out. So the Wilsons can’t be getting their big bucks from that dead horse.
Hey COB, how were the Thursday stats?
Aren’t you doing ANYTHING?
And WHERE’S SHELLEY?
Could it be that the dolphins were following Bugs Bunny and also made the wrong turn at Albuquerque?
“The World’s Greatest Entertainer” must be doing famously, last album in 1995 and last single in 2007. Now appearing on $camology TV.
“FSM” – Fucking Send Money!
“Not a great OT VII success story…” I almost feel sorry for this sheepbot.
“Monty Python” I just sent a message and copy of the image to the official Monty Python site. Whether or not they do ar say anything is a different matter.
Komodo Dragon says
Thank-you on behalf of all Monty Python fans all over the world.. I’m sure the M.P. boys would not allow their good name to be used by Scamology.
J.T. Marsh (@jtmarshauthor) says
Scientology and Nation of Islam joining forces is so crazy and stupid it almost makes perfect sense.
There is an extended discussion of the NOI and Scn on the Ex Scientologist Message Board called “Members of the Nation of Islam are practicing the religion of Scientology”. As an old timer ex scientologist, never in a quadrillion years would I have expected such an alliance.
Rick D says
Mirit with a “sanitized for bubble dwellers” interview with Tony Mo… edited with added entheta..
Rick D says
Mirit and James Barbour giving relationship advice… James isn’t the the go to guy on relationship advice..with a conviction of sex with a minor under his belt…
I had the same thought about Mirit – by her own admission in one of her videos, she married a somewhat older many when rather young, and put up with a physically and emotionally abusive relationship for years, ending up with her claiming that her husband was a drug addict. She seems to have been a single mom ever since then, so she also hardly seems like one to be giving relationship advice.
But I suppose that’s typical Scientology amateurism, people (starting with Hubbard) wanting to imagine that they’re experts at things they haven’t actually had stable success at themselves. Also, Mirit’s claims are somewhat open to question, as for instance a bit of fact checking suggested that among other mis-representations, she probably actually started Scientology with her ex husband, rather than it have helped save her from him as she implied, so once again going back to “source,” scientologists’ biographies seem subject to continual re-invention.
Well what do you expect from a cult that has Gavin Potter and that RPF Nazi Strub, neither of whom has ever earned any money outside of their Sea Org pay give seminars on how to get rich, and Deadbeat Matt Feshbach give seminars on how to remain financially solvent?
I tried selling meters on Ebay and got bubkis. Not even a nibble. Not much reach for Scn artifacts.
I would pay $50 for one at a yard sale, that way I could make sure it works before the purchase.
Nobody wants that scientology crap. Good luck finding a sucker.
There’s actually a seller on eBay who specializes in refurbished, warranted e-meters, and sells a number every month, typically in the $300-400 range – an order of magnitude below Scientology prices, and a level that represents a painfully small return on a meter bought at org markups. A very few rare items sell for good money to a handful of interested collectors, and the rest go for a 90-95% discount, or sit unsold at high prices when sellers are too invested in to lower their expectations to the reality of the market.
I burnt my e-meters along with every book tape and cd. The fumes were toxic just like Scientology ?
I can understand the impetus. I’d suggest, though, that for anyone who wants to sell materials, it’s most likely that doing so will serve to deprive Scientology’s bookstores of sales, as the only thing I can figure is that much of what sells must be being bought up by members (such as those recently divorced) trying to build up their libraries without the big markups. I doubt that at this point, people not already in Scientology are buying materials online to study, or are likely to get drawn into Scientology because of it; even in the case of an outside buyer, again, I think it’s more likely that if anything, it might keep someone away from the bookstore and the org, and perhaps allow them to figure out on their own that it’s inordinate nonsense.
The Scribe says
BTs and clusters and service facsimiles
Overts and withholds and routes to infinity
Bridges to freedom with plenty of strings
These are a few of my least fav’rite things
Idle Morgue says
I like it Scribe! Excellent work
Ammo Alamo says
Soon to come – the Scientology credit card. Pay as you go worship, a limited time offer from your friends in the CoS. A low, low introductory annual interest rate. Don’t delay your spiritual progress! Have it all, now, in this lifetime! Low low monthly minimum payments! Charge your way to Spiritual Freedom!
Yes, and from time to time, balance transfers!
Jere Lull (38 years recovering) says
Those kids sure are cute, and Anna’s going to be an outstandingly cute young woman, I believe. BUT I didn’t notice any connection between the kids and donating, which I presume was the reason for the ads in the first place; it’s the primary reason for ALL their promotion, AFAICT.
Jere Lull (38 years recovering) says
You mean the $2500 wasn’t for ‘Ethics’? NO, of course not. Minimum for that would be about $25k, I suspect.
Jere Lull (38 years recovering) says
Lesse: A NEW mark ultra emeter at $4000 is a big savings? How much are they overcharging for the damn things anyway? AND, don’t they require auditors to have two charged up and ready to go when they start a session? That’s an expensive arbitrary to put ahead of clearing the PC in front of you. I dunno; I never had a Mark 5 (basic brown wood box) go flat in session or during training. AND it didn’t go flakey until I received it back from a expen$ive REQUIRED “tune up” some time in the ’70s. That was fixed with a little spray contact cleaner, essentially no further cost as it’s something I keep around for old TVs and the like.
Jere Lull (38 years recovering) says
Why donate to the Ideal org in Edinburg?
it IS obvious from the picture: There ain’t nuttin’ there. Ain’t no one home.
I was confused by the pic. Is that the site? I would vote to keep the field empty. No ideal morgue would look better than the place does now.
To paraphrase, and apologise to, Monty Python: “When we first came here, this was all moors. Everyone said we were daft to build a Ideal Org here, but we built it all the same. It sank into the muck. So we built a second org. And that one sank into the muck. So we built a third Ideal Org. That burned down, fell over, and then sank into the muck. We have high hopes for the next one.”
An OT 7 is off the level due to medical problems and needs to sell his e-meter to make money. I thought going Clear handled all health issues. Guess not.
Now, maybe if he would get some kind of job, pay his bills keep his spending within the limits of his income while putting a little money away regularly both his finances and his health would improve.
Oh, but wait, the cherch wouldn’t like that! Not at all!
On his next 6 month sec check he’d have to “confess” having paid his taxes or something instead of donating to the cult. It would be so time consuming to have to clean himself up this way on the meter. Not to mention expensive. Possibly more expensive than if he’d just blown off his taxes and given the money to the cult in the first place…hmmm…oh, well, never mind.
What I think is really going on with Chris Davis, the OT VII who, due to “medical issues” needs to sell his meter, is this: He is UTR and wants to eventually walk away from the church. But he has money on account and they won’t give it to him. He knows this even without asking for it. So he concocted a scheme to sell a meter he doesn’t physically have in order to get cash for him from his money on account. So the buyer gives him the cash and then he debits money off account to buy a meter. Even though he’ll lose some of his on account money due to having to pay retail for it, he is desperate enough for money that he doesn’t care; at least this way he gets half or so of the price of a meter in cash. It’s a brilliant way to get a refund of money you put on account without having to ask for a refund, which would get you declared immediately. I think he is doing this cuz he wants to leave the church and/or needs money desperately. I hope his plan works.
Ann Davis says
Wow! I bet you are right.
That’s quite a scheme! If indeed it is what he’s doing, I hope it works!
I used a few thousand from my account to buy a bunch of gold jewelry from the bookstore. I was simply trying to get my money back and planned to go sell it all to a pawn shop. Boy, what a surprise. The pawn shop gave me pennies on the dollar. For example, one gold wedding ring that cost $500 got me only $35. Course the shop was only paying for the value of the gold but still. Showed me just how “out exchange” and money driven the cult truly is.
Thank you. I always suspected Church of Scienology’s “gold” jewelry of being crap and therefore never bought any of their “18 carat gold” crosses or pins or other overpriced junk.
I’m looking for a video I in fact just watched yesterday. But now I can’t find it anymore. It were several people sitting together, including you and you were talking about the abuse by D.M. Then you guys told a story about the paper smiley face thing… I forgot what it was called. You said that no matter how you looked at him, it didn’t matter, it was always wrong. Do you, by any chance, remember the title of that documentary/video?
Keep up what you are doing. It definitely made me dive deeper into the whole subject and gain a much broader understanding on the whole matter. The more people tell their stories, the better.
If you were watching on YouTube you can check your history. Or it might by part of The Truth Rundown by the Tampa Bay Times. There were several videos with that article that may be what you’re looking for.
I always delete my Cache and history so that’s not an option. It wasn’t the Truth Rundown either as far as I can see. No, it was more like several people (maybe 4) sitting together in front of the camera…in a room . They all knew each other from back in the day. And then they talked about how they weren’t allowed to smile or anything and in the end even just looking neutral didn’t work out anymore. And then Mike (I think) painted that emoji face with a straight line as mouth and they told how D.M. even forced people to hold this in front of their faces and that a certain celebrity is doing the same thing to their staff. I watched so many videos in the past days that I just can’t figure it out anymore.
But thanks for taking the time to reply. I appreciate it.
The Scribe says
I’d pay to see a video of Mirit teaming up with Jenny Linson for an airport security detail. They could pass out The Way to Happiness booklets while simultaneously confronting and shattering any SPs they encountered along the way. Call them Voluntary Misanthropes in Training or VOMIT.
Voluntary Misanthropes in Training…VOMIT…Ok, its official. I’m on the floor!
Depending on how many Nation Of Islam members there are in the Seattle area there might be some attendance at the Seattle IAS event. It’s been said that scientologists aren’t allowed to reg NOI, but Tony will probably have some NOI helpers with him to keep things moving along. Fascinating.
Obviously they are trying to attach themselves to the social justice movements that are getting a lot of attention now. Maybe someone should champion the cause of the slave labor they are using, the people who are abused or worse in Scientology? The people who are financially ruined by bogus promises of ‘freedom’?
I do like the idea for the Halloween party to watch the IAS event, though. Dressing up as zombies and watching the IAS event seems apropos.
I googled Roberto Bank e (Banke?), Mission Holder of the South Coast Mission, and he seems to own a “dental spa” while not actually being a dentist. His other businesses are selling “cat cribs” and selling pizza boxes. Wow, what a dynamic and versatile entrepreneur.
Good luck to the poor sap who has an emeter for sale for $4,000. They have absolutely no value.
Meter for sale which hasn’t been delivered yet. That’s a no-brainer for a “wog” business since the money would be returned without question. Just another example of the criminal behavior of $cientology led by the top SP on the planet.
You know who I mean, the guy with the Napoleon complex (a term describing a theoretical condition occurring in people of short stature. It is characterized by overly-aggressive or domineering social behavior, and carries the implication that such behavior is compensatory for the subject’s stature).
There’s more than one Scn with the Napoleon complex. Besides DM, the name Grant Cardone comes to mind.
Ann Davis says
Yep, both despicable beings
“the Muslim and the Jew”? How about: The psuedo-Muslim Jew-hater and the gullible, know-nothing Jew? I want to say: How could she be so dumb? But the better question is: how could she be so blind?
I can imagine the backroom instructions from slick Louie and his minion minister: :I’ll deal with the Jews; you just deal with the black sheep and the white devils; find a few Jewish clams and get photo ops.” Not that Farrakhan would use the word ‘Jewish’ instead of something more derogatory.
A Scientologist will always be just a Scientologist, but an NOI might become a mix and follow the wisdom of both the prophet Elijah Muhammad and the Hon. Lafayette Ronald Hubbard. That would make him or her a dual squirrel.
Well, I did my part and posted a 1 star review for Battle Creek with a link to your blog. I hope they appreciate it. (That’s what they asked for, right?)
As for the children who have moved up in status, that just makes my heart hurt, as long as their parents are using their allowance and their childhood to contribute to scientology in their name, they will never get the chance to discover the joy of childhood.
I’d just looked: it’s down at 3.8 as of 5 PM MTN Time!
“This is the coolest religion on the planet”
So is this a “new cool” meaning you will voluntarily go bankrupt paying outrageous fees no legitimate religion charges, waste a whole bunch of your time and resources, perhaps suffer disconnection from family & friends, but get a narrative about a neato Space Lord in return from a hack science fiction writer turned Mealy-Mouthed Manipulative Messiah along with his made up “tech” that doesn’t work?
I can think of a better word for what they think is “cool.” (It has something to do with the nether regions.)
Mark Foster says
Be a cool tool
In a pool of stools
That know they rule
Because they’re Miss Savage’s Fools
You think your needle is floating
With glee you go on gloating
But the actual fact
Is you’ve been stabbed in the back
And wrapped in a shitty cult coating
All Hail The Wizard of Yank
Friend of The Racist Crank
He spews vicious lies
And pays private spies
While laughing his way to the Bank
The Archaic Asshat is a leader among fraudsters, con men, wankers, and yankers.
He’s a legend among his small circle of abused, degraded, defrauded, deluded slaves.
Word in the Arslykan cellblock is that Bubba has some spicy chorizo that Davey will love…
Jere Lull (38 years recovering) says
HOW many times need I say this: Tubby wasn’t a hack science Fiction writer, he was a hack pulp fantasy writer who sometimes tried his hand at SF. As a long-time (60+ year) Sci Fi fan, Id never heard of the guy in the genre until lured into scn’s web of lies. Upon reading some of his ‘stuff’, I wasn’t impressed. Though I usually have a good memory of anything good I’ve read, I haven’t a clue what his tall tales were about.
Did ANYbody know the guy first as a Sci Fi author? No one I’ve asked did.
I know what you mean. The science “fiction” & “hack” part I refer to is the Xenu narrative. A narrative a 6 year old could write. Though it is debatable as science fiction or fantasy or both.
I was a sci fi junkie as a kid, in the “golden era” of the mid and late ‘fifties. My dad was a literary guy and a book editor for a spell on the New Haven Register, but he got onto a sci fi kick for awhile, and we both read it. It’s vaguely possible that I read one of Hubblard’s stories in “Amazing” at some point. If so, it certainly didn’t make an impression. Despite having a memory like a seive these days, I do remember some of the stories and novels I read, by Asimov, Clarke, De Camp, Van Vogt, Sturgeon, etc., etc.
I love sci fi fiction, but absolutely can’t stand sci fi “fantasy,” with all it’s tedious sorcerers and sword fights,though the two genres overlap.
That Tubby was a fantasy writer and not really a sci fi writer makes sense, since he knew next to nothing about real science. I’m happy to take your word for this, since I’m not about to check it out myself and read any of his prolific dreck.
I’ve read a few of his fiction books. Eh, they were sorta okay.
After I split scn in LA in 1982 I joined an ex scientologist get together group. We discussed other practices and listened to a lot of channeling tapes.
On one of the tapes a group of OTs had recruited a channeler and with specifics deleted was grilling an entity about whether OTIII was real or not. He hedged and replied, “Well, that is one of several possibilities . . . ” and went on to expound about the many possibilities in the “theta universe”. As I recall, the OTs were rather irritated that they couldn’t pin him down.
We had been exploring the extrasensory, the paranormal and the supernatural in Scientology and I don’t think that made us oddballs. Half of the human population engages in mystical religion.
The entity the OTs were questioning went by the name of Dr. Peebles. Don’t ask me where channeling comes from, but I thought he was a pretty cool dude/entity and had some interesting things to say. I think he was tying to settle things down with the OTs and let them know that leaving scientology wasn’t the end of the road. They obviously had a lot invested in scientology to have gotten that far. We also listened to some tapes by “Ramtha”, an entity promoted at that time by the actress Linda Evans and there was also a female entity we listened to but I forget her name.
The group eventually disbanded. It turned out that none of us had far fetched Utopian dreams, but mostly wanted to improve our abilities to attain greater success in life.
Hey, struggling artist from Michigan. Of course anyone with half a brain knows that extending to you a 2-year loan for $2500 would basically be giving you the money. It’s not because you aren’t offering to pay interest, but because they’d never see a penny of that money repaid. Ask yourself: Why wouldn’t Scientology extend you credit for the SRD, and then collect the money after you have earned it? Why, under those circumstances, would Scientology encourage you to write that pathetic, groveling ad on Craig’s List? It’s because they also know you will never pay it back, but they sure as Hell want to cash the check before you go from “seriously struggling” to “sleeping under a highway bridge.”
Halloween & $cientology are mutually scary events about the undead. A perfect match made in the other place.
On the IAS Halloween flyer, 2nd row, 4th from the left… “I like turtles.”
So, an OT VII and an artist both with huge money problems.
We may have a possible explanation for the artist as he just started (unfortunately) his demise on the Bridge, but an OT VII sick and penniless is not only sad, but also evidence of what scn is all about: an abusive scam.
The Scribe says
Dear SRD Sponsor Seeker,
Here’s a couple ideas for you to raise the funds. Stand by a busy freeway off-ramp and have a big sign that says: NEED MONEY FOR SCIENTOLOGY. In this way you’ll be disseminating while you’re promoting. You’ll be impacting two dynamics at the same time. It’s a win win all the way. Another possibility is to CSW Warren Buffett. Good luck!
Loved your post, The Scribe! still laughing
The Scribe says
Thanks. Glad you enjoyed it.
I’ve read a bunch of posts on Mirit Hendrickson’s FB page…she seems like such a lovely person. Too bad she’s so deep into the bullshit….
Louis Farrakhan is a well-documented anti-Semite. I wonder how scn squares with that. (Not that they square with much of anything.)
So another padding of their stats…google needs a higher rating so let’s all pitch in and raise it ourselves. No real input there…let’s not fix the issues….just getting another stat up. And that craigslist ad? That is just sad for that individual but it does tell the thinking methods instilled in their followers…get the money no matter how you do it knowing you can’t pay it back.
Mirit is back from relief work and sitting with Tony Mohammed. What a lovely humanitarian moment: “The Muslim and the Jew” How very sweet!
The truly ‘sweet’ aspect is that the statement is totally false. If she is a Jew it is by ethnicity only as you cannot be a Scientologist AND practice Judaism at the same time. And NOI is a very bizarre, bastardization of the religion of Islam as practiced in most areas of the world (I am NOT counting the hate-mongering ISIS or Taliban, etc.).
Not even a bastardization. NOIs do not believe in the prophet Mohammed, the Founder of Islam, nor do they read the Koran.. NOI is not a recognized sect of the Islamic faith. What the NOI does as regards Islame is all PR, mere window dressing so as to market their brand. They’re positioning themselves as Muslims via their names and their dress while their beliefs have nothing to do with Islam excepting the belief that all of the original African slaves were Muslims when they were brought to the Americas. The NOI mandates the adaption of Muslim names and dress so as to connect its parishioners with their “true” African identities before they were enslaved. The NOI tells its African American parishioners, “Your name is not your real name. The surname you’re using today is the surname of a family that owned your ancestors. (In this last, they have a point.)
Co$ does something similar for PR purposes with Christianity. It doesn’t believe in Jesus Christ yet calls their buildings churches and puts crosses on top of them. Co$ pseudo-celebrates Christmas and Easter, with trees, Santa, Easter baskets, bunny rabbits, coloring eggs, etc. Its PR. Co$ positions itself as respectable by using a long accepted Christian symbol and pretending to honor Jesus Christ. In marketing they call it positioning.
If Jews were more numerous than Christians,Scientology would celebrate Passover, call their buildings synagogues and have Stars of David on top of them. Its just PR – cynical, knowing PR.
The Scribe says
They already have a Star of David.
Oh, you are so bad 🙂
Mary Kahn says
The fact that the church is in bed with NOI says it all – it doesn’t matter who you are if you can give the church of scientology an influx of “raw meat” and money.
The NOI = no money, plenty of vulnerable people.
CO$ = no people, infinitely rich.
A match made in heaven.
What could go wrong?
ROFL @ Mirit. “New friend and hero”
Mirit why don’t you try to attend one of your new friends services. Just walk in, let them know you are a Jewish Scientoligist (white obviously) and a close friend of Tony. Show them the picture.
I’m sure it will be an enlightening experience.
Did a Ctrl F search of NOI.ORG and neither the words scientology or dianetics was found. How can this be when Farrakhan is so “into” the cult?
Maybe its out PR for the NOI to be linked with the Church of Scientology. Seriously.
‘Monty Python event at Manchester Org ‘. I’d rather go with “And now for something completely different “.
An OTVII with a medical condition? I thought OTs were supposed to be at cause over matter.
Sea Org space opera? You’re right, Mike. It is wackadoodle.
Destination:Scientology Harlem. Is Doug E. Fresh going to share the stage with Chili Beans(Chill EB)?
And Roberto Bank e sort of looks like Dan Eddington from Nashville Org.
Chris Shugart says
That ad made my brain hurt. I’ll no doubt require surgery from a brain specialist. Calling Dr. Gumby. . .
Re: Meter for sale
Translation: “I have money on account I am desperate to get back, and this is the only way I can recover it.”
Next he’ll be posting a craigslist ad asking for a loan to make a donation to raise his condition after he was sent to Ethics for trying to resell a meter to get money back that’s on account
He will fully pay it back after two years though.