DoomPaul: Watch out subby, the Scientologists will come for you.
hardinparamedic: So Hubbard wasn't completely incompetent, just MOSTLY incompetent?Good to know.Man still is one of history's greatest monsters.[www.xenu.net image 651x574]
HotWingAgenda: In January 1795, the French Revolutionary Army was advancing into the United Provinces (now the Netherlands) when the cold weather led to one of the strangest battles of the era. Johan Willem de Winter was sent with a group of French Hussars to capture the strongpoint of den Helder and to keep any Dutch ships from escaping to friendly Britain. When the general arrived, he found that a Dutch fleet, which had been anchored at den Helder, had become stuck in thick ice. Silently approaching the fleet by marching onto the ice, the Hussars were able to surround the ships and force the Dutch sailors to surrender. This is the only time in recorded history that a fleet has been captured by a cavalry charge.That's not a cavalry charge, it's a dismounted sneak attack.
Kumana Wanalaia: L Ron Hubbard blows Hitler in hell.
Begoggle: HAHA SCIENTOLOGY IS SO STOOPIDEveryone knows God came to Earth as a man and had himself killed for our sins and a guy in a pointy hat relays God's messages to us.
scottydoesntknow: hardinparamedic: So Hubbard wasn't completely incompetent, just MOSTLY incompetent?Good to know.Man still is one of history's greatest monsters.[www.xenu.net image 651x574]WTF kind of slogan is "We Come Back"? What does that even mean?/I better call a recruiter to find out
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