Defining Moments in Scientology History

Defining moments in Scientology History: Too preoccupied with posing for his PR photo, L. Ron Hubbard never saw the deadly Japanese Zero closing in on him. His somewhat hard won judo skills would be of no use to him in this situation.


4 responses to “Defining Moments in Scientology History

  1. but by using his TRs he was able to direct he Zero backwards and sink a log that f was floating in the water

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  2. If LRon took a freight train on Venus, surely he can handle a zero?

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  3. This is in fact a record of the last time Nibs was ever allowed to play with rubber bands and model planes around his father, after the small plastic Zero (an early Revell plastic kit) flew straight into Hubbard’s rarely-shut maw.

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  4. Lroon didn’t need his judo skills, he used those math skills he learned in Civil Engineering School. He just divided by zero and the day was saved. How’s that for an irrational number?

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