[JPL] Re: Isaac Hayes' History With Scientology
drjazz at drjazz.com
Tue Aug 12 18:04:53 EDT 2008
The ones that appear normal have lots of $$.
Arturo Gomez wrote:
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> The more I learn about Scientology like Jehovah Witness, I am convinced that
> they are cults and have little to do with theology. How can some members of
> either appear to be well adjusted yet most have issues?
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