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so did anything actually kick off?
i had completely forgotten about this.
'we're gonna bring you down OOOH watch out feb 10th'
gas mask girl...
should really do some gas mask erotica.
or does the guy who's second from the right, look like he's fake?
*looks at it again*
his face looks like it's been drawn in or something.
but something like that.
at him. youre meant to be looking at the hot girl with big boobies ldo
"What's your user name?"
They're all Anon you know.
one, to take photos. and that she did.
didn't in the end. I heard it was a very peaceful thing and there were a couple hundred demonstrants.
mainly stood around shouting memes and rickrolling
...I think the general feeling was that protesting IRL is srs bsns, so 'Oh Hai, can I has xenu?' would be inappropriate
in LA some crazy scientologist woman started kicking protesters :D
in an Alan Bennett voice:
"It was at this point I saw the corners of the cops' mouths twitch into smiles as they realised it was ok: we were from the internets."
DELUSIONS OF GRANDUER +
jokes on me for even watching that thing right through.
but the church does have a tendency to send some pretty out there bigoted stuff out to the nations libraries for us to teach people the 'truth' with.
the last one being a dvd and magazine about how 'all psychiatrists are sadistic, suicide bomber loving, nazi paedophiles who kill celebrities'.
he said it was amazing. looking at the videos he took on his mobile phone, i say it was shit. looked like it was just a bunch of bored teenagers wearing v for vendetta masks singing rick astley songs.
geeks VS a science fiction writer.
has the world gone MAD?
we would like to assure all viewers that fishplums will be tearing into yes_ as soon as he can
But to do so he'd have to acknowledge my "guntrip impersonators" comment as analogous to "stereotype of internet people", which would also be funny.
So its win/win.
where they have the "scientology and dianetics" centre, and, yeah, it was just loads of people in v for vendetta masks with signs and stuff. rather pedestrian really, though it was strange and really quite alarming en route, being unsettled and wondering why everyone was all of a sudden wearing those guy fawkes masks.
protesting against scientology, it wasn't actually clear that they were protesting against it until one of them spoke to me and handed me a leaflet.