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YACHT Singer Live-Tweets Insane Internal Scientology Letter She Discovered
Finding a lucky penny is one thing, but stumbling upon an internal Scientology letter on the streets is like winning the jackpot. Claire L. Evans of indie-dance group YACHT, was just that lucky person.
It all started with this first tweet:
Sure, LA is dirty—but sometimes the trash you find on the street is actual insane internal Scientology mail. pic.twitter.com/XHvMtCe0lc— ₠ (@TheUniverse) December 11, 2013
Unfortunately, it turns out the "Student Hat" isn't a cool pointy hat at all and is actually a course full of lectures and drills—just like any ol' college class—on L. Ron Hubbard's guide on how to study anything.
But, wait, there's more:
Also: this letter was found near a pamphlet advertising a series of L. Ron Hubbard lectures whose titles I will now commence live-tweeting.— ₠ (@TheUniverse) December 11, 2013
"Are You Operating On Your Own Postulates or The Other Fellow's?"— ₠ (@TheUniverse) December 11, 2013
"How To Get Tom, Dick, Or Mary To Pick Up The Cans"— ₠ (@TheUniverse) December 11, 2013
"From A 14-Year-Old Space Cadet Galaxies Ago To A 19th Century Chinese Coolie" (????!!)— ₠ (@TheUniverse) December 11, 2013
"Your Tool Kit For Planetary Clearing"— ₠ (@TheUniverse) December 11, 2013
"In Session? Or...IN SESSION!"— ₠ (@TheUniverse) December 11, 2013
And, of course, "The Magic Formula of Life Itself"— ₠ (@TheUniverse) December 11, 2013
We can only hope that one day we will be lucky enough to stumble on a gem like this.
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