> I often have to stifle one when I try to read
> an Olivia Stillwell session. You've created one
> of the dullest, most uninspired, contrived characters
> on this site. You should spare the world your literary
> Both you and Christopher Werby are very rude.
> All I did was ask a question. There is no call for
> you to be so mean, especially to someone who has
> long supported this site.
My post wasn't rude. Read it. But I'll get rude very quickly when you start engaging in ad homonym attacks on the writers for this site. I have no objection to you posting messages critical of the writing on the site. But I do strongly object to personally attacking someone's writing because they disagree with your ideas. Sharon has put a piece of herself out for all to read. I think it is especially low for you to hide behind your anonymity and launch cheap shots against her through her work. I hope that Sharon doesn't feel a minute of sting from your barbs.
If you want to engage in a crusade against Scientology, go for it. But you'll find a lot more fertile grounds on the Internet than The Company Therapist. You didn't understand what both Sharon and I were trying to tell you--accompanied by just a bit of sarcasm. The Company Therapist has nothing to do with Scientology. We're not Scientologists, we're not espousing Scientology, our content is not overseen by Scientologists. I'm not sure, but I don't think there are any Scientology concepts or mentions on the site at all. Why don't you boycott the site because of the International Jewish Conspiracy? At least I'm Jewish, so they'll be some logical nexus to the site, however slight.
So frankly, I don't give a damn about the rumor, whether true or not, of Earthlink's founder's religious beliefs. But if you feel that you cannot "support" (by reading) web sites served off of computers owned by an organization that you've heard rumored to have been started by a man who believes in Scientology, fine. Bye. I'm sure it will be a body blow to Scientologists everywhere.