On March 21, I showed you a video of a man who appeared to be a new recruit, right off the street to Scientology. Reaction to the video has been overwhelming, 350 hits on YouTube, so far, plus the hits from this page means a lot of hits. You should read some of the text messages that have followed the airing of this video on YouTube. One person wrote, “It’s like seeing a person die.”
In the interest of fairness, I invite someone who is from Scientology to email me here, or through YouTube, to explain their religion, and just rap; but please don’t leave juvenile: I-Know-What-You-Did-Last-Summer voice messages. Every time this occurs, it will go straight to you, my audience to assess. Is it creepy enough? Were there any discernable threats? And so on. If fact, I think I’m going to make a list of ten criteria, all of equal importance, in order to assist you in your assessment of my hate mail AND harrassing phone messages. While I am working on the list, let me show you the video that all this muddle is about:
Please note the number of time that I gasp, “Omigod!” in this brief clip. I’ve become such a Southern Californian.