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    http://partyvan.info.nyud.net/

    interesting, its about bloddy time. although the youtube videos with the time elapsed photos and computer voices are creepy.


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    that website might as well be in Japanese for all the sense it makes to me.
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    the scientologists could learn a thing or two from heavens gate...
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    /b/tard.

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    Quote Originally Posted by J~$$$ View Post
    /b/tard.
    nope, i'm not a /b/tard, but the chans have reached out to every major internet group for help. Its all over the place.

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    Will someone explain this to me and Amy because we don't want to click the link?

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    7chan party van.


    4chan.org


    or

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/4chan


    origins of basically 90% all memes.

    and 90% of all my pictures.
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    The link is to a Pokemon wikipedia. I typed in "scientology" and this came up. I seriously have no idea whats going on.

    Scientology cannot be destroyed by just Anonymous. Over a year ago /i/ realized they were the final boss of the Internet, and short of the whole fucking Internets combining, including every MySpace user standing on streets with signs, they are not going down.

    But one can fuck with them. And in theory, if enough people were to band together, specifically the anti-eBaums Alliance including Anonymous, SA, YTMND and friends, then we could in fact create major lulz and help Scientology to lose more interest and members. They should pay us a percentage!
    Contents
    [hide]

    * 1 A Background on Scientology and their history with the Internet
    o 1.1 A beginner's introduction to Scientology
    + 1.1.1 NEW*****read about Co$'s new aquisition in philly*****=
    o 1.2 What Scientologists actually believe
    o 1.3 The Secret Life of L. Ron Hubbard
    o 1.4 How Scientologists fight
    + 1.4.1 The Law
    + 1.4.2 FG
    + 1.4.3 Mind Fuck
    o 1.5 Past Battles
    * 2 How to fight Scientology
    * 3 See also:

    [edit] A Background on Scientology and their history with the Internet

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sciento...s_the_Internet
    [edit] A beginner's introduction to Scientology
    [edit] NEW*****read about Co$'s new aquisition in philly*****=

    * Scientology in PHILADELPHIA...a growing problem PART1
    * Scientology in PHILADELPHIA...a growing problem PART2
    * Scientology in PHILADELPHIA...a growing problem PART3

    basically they believe that a mother ship will take them to a promised land, or some shit..


    Their goal is to "Clear" the planet. The cost to Clear is about 100,000 dollars

    Is the Church of Scientology about to send a team of Sea Org Class XII Auditors to a Cambodian refugee camp to Clear those unfortunate, neglected people? How welcome do you think a Scientology Mission would be in Libya? Are there any plans underway to establish the Haitian Org lately, where the per capita income of that country is barely enough to afford a second helping of cockroach stew? To give it away free to those countries would be rewarding "downstats" thus their whole belief is flawed from the foundation.

    Taken from http://www.xs4all.nl/~fishman/ls/ highly recommended reading
    [edit] What Scientologists actually believe

    A brief summary:
    beliefs.gif


    What the good Anon should see is a chilling YTMND established just for this.
    http://theunfunnytruth.ytmnd.com/
    That's an example of their tactics and the fucked up shit we are dealing with. That is not a funny YTMND, that is a factual one. A good word is... chilling.
    [edit] The Secret Life of L. Ron Hubbard

    Channel 4, of the UK, produced a biography about L. Ron Hubbard.
    Part 1: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ksDoVUTy1go
    Part 2: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Vj2iFFmqP4U
    Part 3: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9RLteeyMlgk
    Part 4: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hmziDR3f4PA
    Part 5: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mg0JaGc-ego
    [edit] How Scientologists fight

    Well, we're looking at really 2 things they do, and only one is a probable threat.
    [edit] The Law

    Sci-tos are rich; really fucking rich. They have greater resources than most countries, due to having stolen every last penny from thousands of rank and file members. And by selling DVDs at outrageous prices. The rich celebrities in their ranks get a free ride because they're seen as free publicity which draws in MOAR suckers. They'll steal your payout from that accident - and when the money's all gone they'll steal your fucking wheelchair. They have a legal team that might well be the best in the world, second only to Disney. What they do is stalk people, and find EVERYTHING they do and have done, suing them for each trivial fallacy; if there is a technical illegality in some minor unrelated thing, they will prosecute. It's basically a legal siege, where they keep doing this until you have no money to fight back.
    [edit] FG

    This has only happened a few times, but it's pretty badass. They declare some targets, usually ex Sci-tos, Fair Game, meaning all Scientoligists are on a giant manhunt to find and kill them, regardless of the laws of any nation. Basically, a big "Fuck you" to every international Party Van, and get down with the international paintball game that ends with your life.
    [edit] Mind Fuck

    They're very well-trained in the art of intimidation, coercion and manipulation. Even fresh recruits are trained continuously to break unwritten social rules. Most normal humans who are adjusted to a polite, relatively sane society are going to have a very tough time going up against these predators. That is why we are perfect for this.
    [edit] Past Battles

    Holy shit Wikipedia gives a fuck.
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sciento...s_the_Internet
    Well son of a gun. There is a good history, eh? Of note to us, YTMND: In June 2006, Scientology lawyers sent cease-and-desist letters to Max Goldberg, founder of the website YTMND, asking him to take down all sites that either talked about or mocked Scientology, which had recently become a fad on the site following a popular South Park episode. Goldberg responded by saying that the "claims are completely groundless and I'm not removing anything," adding to the members of the site, "it should only be a matter of time before we're sued out of existence." In response, YTMNDers created yet more sites about Scientology, and these were highlighted on the main page. They also campaigned to Google bomb "The Unfunny Truth About Scientology" site. As of January 2008, no legal action has been taken against YTMND or Goldberg.
    [edit] How to fight Scientology

    See Project Chanology

    The fight these weasles reelly ain't anything new and it dates back to 1979 before Tom "mission improbable" Cruise, Kirsty "L.A. woman"(read lard arse) Alley or John "barely alive" Revolta or Cruise's 1st buxome bride Mimi "'cradle robber" Rodgers. It started in a rock opera written by none other than Frank Zappa called 'Joe's Garage' in which, during the second act the lead character, Joe, turns to religion for help, and "pays a lot of money to L. Ron Hoover at the First Church of Appliantology." Hoover identifies Joe as a "latent appliance fetishist". When Joe asks if he should "come out of the closet" he is instead instructed to "go into the closet" to achieve "sexual gratification through the use of machines". In the next song, we learn "The Closet" is the name of a club where humans can copulate with appliances. Joe locates a machine he likes, named Sy Borg, and they return to Sy's apartment. There Joe and Sy have a "groovy orgy" with Sy's roommate, a "modified Gay-Bob doll." There is also some reference to going to the churches secret retreat and starting a dental floss farm or some such thing like that.

    Let's make this the anthem to these Feb 10 actions. What the hell are the sci-tos going to do sue a dead guy (read Frank Zappa) for using biting satire to expose the truth about their hypocrytical organization and greed.
    RAPE STOVE

    white power?!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Young blood View Post
    Stop being a pussy should be the answer to all of life's problems. It has worked for me so far.

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    Quote Originally Posted by J~$$$ View Post
    7chan party van.


    4chan.org


    or

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/4chan


    origins of basically 90% all memes.

    and 90% of all my pictures.
    2ch.jp



    i just learned all this today.
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    Quote Originally Posted by efrain44 View Post
    Anyone know who the guy in the Cardinals jersey is? I've seen him in pictures on the board and I thought I saw him this year.

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    schnaps.

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    I hate this thread.

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    J's wikipedia link is somewhat helpful.

    I think* the story is: a group of really hardcore internet nerds is launching an "attack" on the scientology website.

    *but honestly, I can't say for sure.
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    Anyone know who the guy in the Cardinals jersey is? I've seen him in pictures on the board and I thought I saw him this year.

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    pretty much, they run your netz too, careful.

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    LULZ


    Anonymous Hackers Track Saboteur, Find and Punish the Wrong Guy - UPDATED
    By Ryan Singel EmailJanuary 29, 2008 | 7:59:26 PMCategories: Hacks and Cracks

    Lawson3 Anti-Scientology agitators have repeatedly harassed and threatened violence against a 59-year-old PG&E worker and his wife, who were mistakenly flagged as pro-Scientology hackers.

    John Lawson, who lives in Stockton, California with his wife Julia, began receiving threatening phone calls around 2 a.m. Saturday morning. He didn't know why until THREAT LEVEL explained that a hacking group calling itself the g00ns (goons spelled with zeros, not goons with the letter o) posted his home address, phone number and cell numbers, as well as Julia's Social Security number, online. The obscene and threatening calls have continued through Tuesday, according to Lawson.

    SEE UPDATE AT BOTTOM FOR G00N's RESPONSE

    The calls are just one small offshoot of an ongoing, larger attack on the Church of Scientology by a ragtag group of internet troublemakers who call themselves Anonymous. The group says it is targeting Scientology in part for its use of litigation to suppress unflattering documents on the internet.

    Over the weekend, the g00ns thought they had caught a hacker who had busted into a server being used to help coordinate the online attacks and real world protests against Scientology. But Lawson says the callers have the wrong guy.

    "I don't even really know how to use a computer," Lawson said.

    His phone just keeps ringing, Lawson said, and when he answers, callers spout vulgarities and threats and then hang up. On Monday, he got a call that seemed to originate from the Virgin Islands. The caller threatened to kill him.

    "They have got the wife really scared because they have my address," Lawson said. "I think I am going to buy me a gun today just in case."

    The Stockton police came out on Sunday to take a report, and Lawson has put fraud protection alerts on his and his wife's credit reports.

    Lawson wants his personal information off the internet but doesn't know who to talk to to get it down.

    The address of the site with their personal information was shared in online chat rooms where members of a group called Anonymous congregate to plan attacks on the Church of Scientology. The site's URL was also submitted to Digg, where it made it to the front page.

    Planning for those attacks was disrupted in the last four days by a counter-hack group calling itself the Regime. That group hacked and severely disrupted 711chan.org, one of the central planning facilities for the Anonymous attack.

    According to an e-mail from the hacker to THREAT LEVEL, the Regime's "main objective was to obtain logs and various data including user names and passwords" and "to take down our targets in the best way possible to bring as much embarrassment/shame as we could to the offending organization."

    The hacker said his group turned over the purloined data to the Church of Scientology.

    Soon after, the g00ns claimed to have found out where the Regime was hacking from, and managed to obtain personal information about the Lawsons. John Lawson believes that information came from Comcast, his ISP.

    A Digg commenter suggested that the g00ns tracked down an IP address used in the attack on 711chan and traced it to Lawson. If that's the case, the group overlooked the possibility that Lawson's computer or router had been compromised and was used by the real attacker as a proxy that would hide the attacker's real location.

    For his part, Lawson doesn't care about the how or why, he just wants the calls to stop.

    "I called three news places in Stockton just to get something out there to let them know they have the wrong guy," Lawson said.

    This isn't the first time that the anti-Scientologists have hit the wrong target.

    Last week, participants downloaded hacking software that accidentally targeted a school in the Netherlands, rather than a Scientology site. That misfire lasted only a few minutes, but its lesson seems not to have been learned by online vigilantes who think their righteous ends justify illegal means.

    UPDATE: 10:50 PST Members of g00n tell THREAT LEVEL that they immediately took down the Lawsons' contact info after seeing this story, but emphasize that they had nothing to do with the harassing phone calls and that they have not been involved at all in the Anonymous attacks on Scientology.

    They say their motivation for posting the info was to send a warning to the Regime hacker in order to help their friend at 711chan.org, whose website was repeatedly hacked by the Regime.

    They also said that the IP address associated with the Lawsons' had been used in attacks on 711chan for four days, and then later was used to access and probe the site where the Lawsons' info was posted. They say they called the Lawsons before posting the info to verify it, and swear that the person they spoke with sounded much younger than a 59 year-old man.

    They further contend that 711chan's server logs showed that the IP address was associated with a computer running the Debian flavor of Linux, which casts doubt on the theory that the attacker remotely taken over the Lawson's computer. If that were the case the OS would have been a flavor of Windows. Another possibility is that the Lawsons have a compromised wireless router.

    The g00ns say its clear something isn't right in Stockton and vow to figure out who the Regime is, but blame him for leaving a trail that led to the Lawsons, rather than using some sort of proxy or anonymizing tool such as TOR.

    They forwarded THREAT LEVEL a transcript of a chat between 711chan's operator and the Regime hacker, which showed the Regime hacker trying to blackmail the 711chan operator into turning over information about the g00ns, by implying that not doing so would make him turn over more information to the Church of Scientology. THREAT LEVEL has no way of verifying that transcript.

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    /b/ is the both the cess pool and primordial ooze of the internet. I just learned of its existence yesterday.

    It seems like all threads have the innate ability to degenerate into /b/.

    BTW this is all rather messed up.
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    hahahahaha

    LOLcats are the shitty web 2.0 equivalent of Caturday. They are the prime example of how something of undeniable whim, can be torn and twisted into the embodiment of absolute fail. They must be terminated. Unless you actually like them. Then what the hell.

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    fuck L. Ron Hubbard, and fuck all his clones!
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    People say there is a link between Earthlink and Scientology. I am not sure of the truth of it..

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Earthlink

    Parts of the entry below:

    EarthLink and Scientology

    It has been charged by some researchers of the controversial Church of Scientology that EarthLink is a front organization for Scientology. According to skeptictank.org:

    Numerous individuals who have worked for this cult front company in the past have come forward to describe the fact that EarthLink's help desk's employees are ordered to claim that Scientology doesn't own and run EarthLink.NET. (See comments by ex-employees of EarthLink.net on The Skeptic Tank's web site.) The fact is, the security of one's e-mail which flows through these two companies is highly suspect and users who subscribe to either of these services should consider very carefully the history of the Scientology crime syndicate.[11]
    In March 1998, the weekly San Jose Metro ran an article called "Missing Links", examining the Scientology-EarthLink controversy:

    Electronic free-speech advocates are concerned about the Scientology leanings of EarthLink founder Sky Dayton and the church's history of litigation over copyright infringements on the Net ... Dayton is a vocal follower of the Church of Scientology who in the early days surrounded himself with upper management and private financiers who were also Scientologists ... As the company has grown, EarthLink executives have tried to distance the company from its Scientology roots, and for good reason. Unlike other religions, Scientology has earned a reputation for dragging ISPs into court for alleged copyright violations committed by private subscribers, something which electronic-privacy advocates believe could erode free discourse on the Net.[12]

    Dayton and his two financial backers are Scientologists. When this fact created controversy in the media, Dayton asserted that the idea that EarthLink was owned by the Church of Scientology was absurd, making the comparison, "It was like I'm Jewish, therefore EarthLink was owned by the state of Israel."[13]


    [edit] Reed Slatkin
    In 2002, when co-founder[1][2][3][4] Reed Slatkin's Ponzi scheme made headlines, EarthLink released a statement:

    "The legal proceedings concerning ex-Board member Reed Slatkin do not involve or impact EarthLink or EarthLink funds. The proceedings involve Mr. Slatkin and his personal clients." [1]

    On November 8, 2006, the Associated Press reported that Slatkin would pay back 3.5 million dollars of illegally obtained funds:

    "Three groups affiliated with the Church of Scientology have agreed to return $3.5 million they received from a pyramid scheme operated by Reed Slatkin, the disgraced co-founder of EarthLink Inc." [2]

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    i sometimes wish i was around in a time before this internet age. it really is used for mostly stupid shit.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JustSteve View Post
    i sometimes wish i was around in a time before this internet age. it really is used for mostly stupid shit.
    Then just get offline.

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    Sometimes the chaos and inaccuracy of it all is what makes it best.

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    Xenu gave me a massage last Saturday.


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    Mr body massage.

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    my friend once explained that 4chan is where the internet is born and murdered

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tylerdurden31 View Post
    my friend once explained that 4chan is where the internet is born and murdered
    that pretty much sums it up

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    I just read an article about nancy cartwright(the voice of bart simpsons) giving 10 million dollars to scientology...
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