Just crazy, nuts, insane and ridiculous
This is an e-mail exchange between a Scientologist and Andreas Heldal-Lund. Real name and e-mail address of this Scientologist is removed:
Subject: About you and your site
Date: Thu, 3 Jun 1999
I understand why you do this. You are not a ex scieno as you say, you have no wife, no children. So you dont't know nothing about nothing and you have nothing to do except losing your time with this miserable site. In fact you are just crazy, nuts, insane and ridiculous.
Date: Thu, 03 Jun 1999
From: "Andreas Heldal-Lund - www.xenu.net" email@example.com
Subject: Re: About you and your site
At 02:02 03.06.99 +0200, you wrote: >Dear sir,
>I understand why you do this. You are not a ex scieno as you
>say, you have no wife, no children. So you dont't know nothing
>about nothing and you have nothing to do except losing your
>time with this miserable site. In fact you are just crazy,
>nuts, insane and ridiculous.
HAHA! What a funny e-mail. Let me guess, you are a Scientologist? This is about how "able" Scientology can make you, at least that is what I have experienced with the ones I've met so far. Surprise me, please. Would you at least try to take part in an ordinary dialog and solve whatever misunderstandings we got?
I know this is a meaningless question, since your e-mail to me is obviously based on emotions and not facts, but what is wrong with my site? Can you even mention one thing? Are there errors there, and if so where?
You know close to nothing about me and how much I know about life. Just the assumption you obviously have that you do makes you look silly.
Best wishes, SP4 & Adm. TOXE CXI Andreas Heldal-Lund, Normannsgaten 9, N-4013 Stavanger, Norway Pho: +47 88 00 66 66 Fax: 90 32 35 46 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org home.sol.no/~spirous www.xenu.net www.hedning.no/hedning --------------------------------------------------------------- "There IS life, love and friendship.... after $cientology." - said by a former Scientologist
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