Sane advice from Scientology’s non-religious moral code The Way to Happiness:
There are many practical reasons for not murdering your friends, your family, or yourself being murdered.
Just one example: A murderous rampage could lead to a standoff with police in which you find yourself barricaded in a dead friend or family member’s home where there is no e-meter. This leaves you unable to solo audit. Then what? Your NOTs case goes into fullblown restim. You begin freewheeling through your implants. This is a departure from the ideal scene you’ve worked so hard to create.
Worse, during tense negotiations with police you can easily use up all of your mobile data. This leads to a huge bill for extra mobile data that could easily be $150 or more.
This is absolutely the best yet!!!!
Jeez, ain’t no wonda da’ midget can’t run his scam wort shit! No hits nowhere? Whatta bunch o’ morons.
Telz ya’ what midget.
I’ll have Jilly bring da crew down dere for a littlez, whatcha callzit, a “semenalar” orz whatevah, and give you some tips on runnin dem “orgs” and how we handlez problems wit da’ help.
Simples, really: an empty house, a little heater, some plastic sheet anda shovel, and problem solved…
You can give Jilly a nice thick envelope fuh dat advice when he comes knockin’; besides, youz behind anyway…
COB. Lisa McPherson. Form your own conclusions.
“Worse, during tense negotiations with police you can easily use up all of your mobile data. This leads to a huge bill for extra mobile data that could easily be $150 or more.”
This would truly be a tragedy. That $150 could be much better spent as a donation to the IAS. The take home here is NEVER commit murder away from home. If any negotiations are to take place with the wog gendarmes, do it only on Ideal Silver Certed Telex machines that every Solo Auditor has handy to stay briefed on the latest haps in Scientology.
Yo, Ms, B! Shouldn’t youz be tellin’ folks to spend dat $150 on our littlez joint vencha? Dats wort at least 2 minutes of heavy breathin’… I letzit slide dis time.
For those new to Scientology, I would like to point out, that above rule should not be used roboticly. Scientology ethics, which in essence is reason at its highest level, is always senior to happiness.
The question, one must ask, is: How much cash would I inherit, if my friends or members of my family have a deadly accident?
Never let moral rules stop the flow of money to the IAS!