Friday, April 27, 2012
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Quadruple-fail for this Kijiji ad from the Halifax franchise of Scientology:
- Fail 1: COURIOUS. Scientology has a process called "word clearing" which requires cult members to triple-study words and definitions. One of the key premises of L. Ron Hubbard's Study Technology is the primacy of the misunderstood word. Apparently all this attention to language does NOT extend to spelling.
- Fail 2: How dare they presume that I am not not bad or evil? I am 100% certain that if I were to be evaluated by the highly-trained staff at the local Scientology mission, they would consider me a "Suppressive Person", or evil.
- Fail 3: Using a stolen stock image of a frowny person that still has the stock image watermark on it.
- Fail 4: It's Scientology, which has fail written into its DNA.
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