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'[OT] What level is your personality?'
2009\05\07@052247 by cdb

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Obviously they hoped to be referring to the standard of knowledge,
but it definitely (IMHO) references the personality required.

"Onsite I.T Tech with personality (Intermediate Level) - Auckland
Based, Company Car provided"

Colin
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2009\05\07@080435 by Tony Smith

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>  Obviously they hoped to be referring to the standard of knowledge,
> but it definitely (IMHO) references the personality required.
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> "Onsite I.T Tech with personality (Intermediate Level) - Auckland
> Based, Company Car provided"


I see the Scientologists are hiring.

Presumably if you rate personalities from introvert to extrovert, you'd get
someone in the middle.  They would actually show up when you asked them to
fix your printer, but wouldn't hang around tell Monty Python jokes
afterwards.

You can't simply state the must have a personality, everyone has got one of
those, and if they had to be a personality then you'd get washed up actors
applying.  Maybe they could pull off the requisite Monty Python skits
better.

Scientologists have no need for Monty Python joke-telling ability, in my
experience they have no sense of humour.

Tony

2009\05\12@200805 by Russell McMahon

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> Scientologists have no need for Monty Python joke-telling ability, in my
> experience they have no sense of humour.

One could argue that suggesting a '45 clear' showed a strong sense of
humour, of a sort.


Russell

2009\05\13@031818 by Tamas Rudnai

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On Wed, May 13, 2009 at 1:02 AM, Russell McMahon <spam_OUTapptechTakeThisOuTspamparadise.net.nz>wrote:

> > Scientologists have no need for Monty Python joke-telling ability, in my
> > experience they have no sense of humour.
>
> One could argue that suggesting a '45 clear' showed a strong sense of
> humour, of a sort.
>

Like in the film Good morning Vietnam: "I do have a sense of humor"

BTW: I have never read a Ron Hubbard book myself. Does he have a sense of
humor?

Tamas
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2009\05\13@061624 by Tony Smith

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> > > Scientologists have no need for Monty Python joke-telling ability, in
my
> > > experience they have no sense of humour.
> >
> > One could argue that suggesting a '45 clear' showed a strong sense of
> > humour, of a sort.
> >
>
> Like in the film Good morning Vietnam: "I do have a sense of humor"
>
> BTW: I have never read a Ron Hubbard book myself. Does he have a sense of
> humor?


L. Ron didn't find anything funny, and couldn't write either.  If he hadn't
started Scientology he'd be just another long-forgotten hack.  (Ok, he might
have churned out a couple of half-decent stories).  Even Scientology wasn't
all that original anyway, he just ripped of bits from other religions & Jack
Parsons.  The story of Xenu is just the Holocaust, nice one, Ronny.

Compare:

One day the evil dictator Hitler, leader of the Third Reich, got the SS to
round up all of the Jews, put them on trains and ship them to concentration
camps.  They were then put into chambers and gassed with Zyklon B.

One day the evil dictator Xenu, leader of the Galactic Confederacy, got the
psychiatrists to round up all of the Thetans, put them in DC-8s and ship
them to Earth.  They were then put into volcanoes and vaporised with
H-bombs.

Lol.  

When you think about it, Xenu should be hailed as the greatest being ever to
live.  It's obvious thetans cause trouble, so he did a good thing by
removing all of them from the Galaxy and confining them to Earth.  Sure it
sucks for the humans, but life is good for everyone else.  Scientologists
should be locked up for trying to get the thetans off Earth.

Naturally, Scientologists don't care for my theories.

There used to be a sci-fi & other assorted nerdy stuff bookshop near Hubbard
HQ in Sydney (since moved), so I'd see a lot of the faithful.  They knew not
to hassle anyone coming out of the shop (and let's face it, the average nerd
doesn't look like they have any money), but the rest were fair game, even
more so if you were wearing a suit.  Hey, wanna buy an e-meter?

One day I happened to be wearing a suit instead of the usual dirty t-shirt &
jeans, and thus the smell of potential cash attracted attention.  After
hearing a bit of the spiel, I asked the girl (it's always a young girl) what
she thought of this -
<http://www.sinepil.org/imaj/turictanyel1/cowintology1.jpg>.

Not much, as it transpired.  She slapped me and stomped off in a huff.  Now
come on, who doesn't find the find Gary Larson's 'Far Side' funny?
Scientologists, that's who.  So yeah, no sense of humour.

Still, I'd cheerful buy L. Ron a beer or four so I could listen to him
bullshit away for a few hours.

Tony

2009\05\13@064226 by cdb

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Sorry to send this direct, but expecting the non religious topic
moderator to wander past soon.

:: Still, I'd cheerful buy L. Ron a beer or four so I could listen to
:: him
:: bullshit away for a few hours

You could save yourself the money, pop up to Brisbane and watch him on
QTCV (community television) they have a strangely hued 70's interview
series of him during the midday religious slot.

Colin
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2009\05\13@072028 by Tony Smith

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> Sorry to send this direct, but expecting the non religious topic
> moderator to wander past soon.
>
> :: Still, I'd cheerful buy L. Ron a beer or four so I could listen to
> :: him
> :: bullshit away for a few hours
>
> You could save yourself the money, pop up to Brisbane and watch him on
> QTCV (community television) they have a strangely hued 70's interview
> series of him during the midday religious slot.


Direct to the list, you mean?  :)

L. Ron on telly, that's oddly fascinating.

Tony

2009\05\13@080306 by cdb

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:: Direct to the list, you mean?  :)

Yes well, less said the better!

:: QTCV

Oops QCTV makes all the difference.
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