Some great comic reliefIn response to an threat from a Scientologist, Steven Jones reveals the contents of his closet
wbarwell@Starbase.NeoSoft.COM (William Barwell) suggests that we fight the CoS with Froggy
henry asks how such a mornonic book as Dianetics could be published. A hilarious rant!
Tilman Hausherr and friend gives us a satirical cosmology of a Banana Religion
William Barwell shows why management by statistics never works in the long run.
William Barwell tells Vera to be sure and dispute the legality of the Erlich Defense Fund
email@example.com (Heather Moore) gives a critical review of the CoS Volenteer Minister's Handbook
Modemac describes the Church of the SubGenius' attitude towards criticism. (This should show Church of Scientology posters that there is another way of dealing with critics!)
cuthulu reports on Hubbard's Wartime Aventures as told in the June 1995 Raiders' Digest
firstname.lastname@example.org (Tilman Hausherr) presents the Church of Scientology Barbie Doll Collection. Cris Lyman adds the Hacker Barbie to the catalogue, and M Council chimes in with Ingram and Kobrin entries.
The Squirrelle and Tony Sidaway investigate a new particle, the woodon
Mike_Reuss@HP-Loveland-om10.om.hp.com (Michael Reuss) presents his chart showing the Evolution of Man
John Ritson <email@example.com> compares Scientology to the Monster Raving Loony Party in the UK.
Tony Sidaway <Tony@sidaway.demon.co.uk> reminds us why The Sisters of the Prepetually Juicy is "an unusual order".
The Church claims 8 million members, and yet firstname.lastname@example.org (Andrew McPherson)'s count of the number of likely Scientologists comes up way short. Michael Reuss tells us where the missing Scientologists might be found.
email@example.com (Peter McDermott) asks why we'd give Black PR Training to a humble backhoe driver
firstname.lastname@example.org (Sister Clara) tells us of the Incredible Feats of L Ron Hubbard
Tony Sidaway <Tony@sidaway.demon.co.uk> reviews Tom Lasher's Candid Admission
email@example.com (Matthew Bassett (Ext. 6571) gives us a review of L Ron Hubbard's Science Fiction 'blockbuster" battlefield-earth.html
Is this the language of a Communication God? You be the judge.
The boss of Co$ is a corpse, of course,
Modemac calls on us to Tell Scientologists about ARS
Andrew Testa's evidence tells us that Hubbard has claimed that Dianetics can cure disease
Why CoS Planted books get removed from libraries
Tony exposes the Church of Scientology's attitude towards the acceptable truth, and solicits suggestions for a FAQ.
Tony catches Milne in a really silly lie
William Barwell tells us more on our hero's Illustrious War Career
Roger Waters tells us of Big Wins for Siamology!
Dan McKinnon asks a pointed question: What would Scientologists put on a Pro-CoS Web Site?
Steve Kohler asks what to do if he was not a clam but a Shrimp in past lives
David C Smith discusses more of the Church's latest bizarre attempts to make ars unreadable.
Deana follows up on the Bestseller Question, with some pointed questions for Milne.
More accounts of How Scientology Creates Bestsellers
Roger Waters gives some advice for the owner of a wayward cat
Nico Garcia and Deana tell us the latest news on Xenu the Cat
Elizabeth McCoy (via Martin Hunt, since Elizabeth's original post didn't make it to my site) comments on her mention in my ars players FAQ
Ah, sweet memories! A new offering of nostalgic Scientology Songs Not Available in Stores!
Dan McKinnon gives us Microsquish-Org, a hilarious parody of Scientology and Microsoft's own Bill Gates.
The Squirrelle gives us some Strange Marcab Thoughts
Steve A says it's time to Adopt a $cientologist!
Patrick Jost ponders some ideas as to how the CoS found Tarla's identity
Jim Fetters writes the hilarious Wonderfulr SP Declare Notice on behalf of "BOB" and the Church of the SubGenius.
DobbsThink gives us the Message from LRH in escape craft LEXUS
Tom Maynard reveals a startling new clam theory, which could completely vindicate LRH's analysis, and Diane Richardson continues by revealing the truth about the Exploding Bivalves' role in Hubbard's glorious war record.
Beebo Brinker asks the provocative question Was Dave Rhodes a Scientologist?
There's nothing like The Sound of Two Xenus Fighting over which one is real
David Miscabbage asks some Imponderable Questions