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12 minutes ago, Taomeow said:

 

I read two L. Ron Hubbard's books over 20 years ago.  I was into much heavier stuff then, so I was left underwhelmed.  

Heavier stuff, like what?

Curious...

I tried one of his books and it left me underwhelmed.

 

 

11 minutes ago, Taomeow said:

 

 

Brutal film but there was a time when I dug it.

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On 3/13/2020 at 7:43 PM, Bindi said:

I once walked into a Scientology office when I was 17. I lasted 20 minutes 😁

 

I took a couple of one on one classes from a guy in Seattle who said he had been one of the top dogs in Scientology.  He left the organization and wrote a big manual that he gave to me that was a compilation of all the secrets of the group.  He said that they were looking for him and wanted to kill him for leaving and sharing.  He also had a kind of ego (or spiritual attainment) which made him think or feel he was not damageable in any way.  In the car he said he didn't need a seat belt, and once I was in a sauna at a big exercise club in Seattle, where there were several others and he was there.   He didn't recognize me,  He was the only one talking, non stop, and he was bragging about how no one would ever be able to hurt him in a fight.

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3 hours ago, Starjumper said:

I took a couple of one on one classes from a guy in Seattle

 

I remember now, he said that he wrote some of the Scientology books which were published as being written by L. Ron.  Kind of like Moretalk does all the time.

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We are in confinement but not solitary !

Yesterday evening a neighbor guy was DJing at the window, among french and anglo-saxons (good taste) classics he played that tune
 

 

It's was unexpected and funny. People at the window, some where dancing, having fun. Nice moment. Then my daughter puked on her bed... but that's another story.

 

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Posted (edited)

We lost Manu Dibango.

 

 

 

EDIT : I didnt know he had been samplee for Michael Jackson and Rihanna

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Posted (edited)

 

putting this on loop and grabbin my gal for a quick spin...

 

edti to add:  compelled to add Annie's version.  We got to see her live @ Hollywood Bowl.  She toured with Sting and my god... the tonal quality of her voice @ 60!  was like a crystal freaking bell.

 

Talk about resonance.  She utterly dominated that show front. to. back.

I was gobsmacked.

 

 

 

Spoiler

bonus!  sidebar suggested this very nice live version w/kaleidescope!

 

 

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