> >The grounds on which the TOS violation ought to have been
given is that you were posting to a Scientology fellowship board using
a screen name which is offensive to Scientologists *by design.*
> If that offends them, that is their fault for being so easily offended.
Ha! I love that kind
of reasoning. If I call you an asshole and you
protest, my response is going to be that it's all your fault for being
damned easily offended. ;-) See? I can do anything I want! If anyone
protests-- it's *their* fault!
Besides, if you ask a scieno, they usually disavow Xenu, saying it is
some lie made up by critics.
So they're not
entitled to be offended, huh? Whether they understand
that Xenu is an actual part of Hubbard's cosmology or not, most of
still realize that the only reason it's ever brought up in public is
embarrass and humiliate Scientologists.
The intent of Xenuu was satire.
What, pray tell, is
the purpose of satirizing someone's "applied
religious philosophy" on their fellowship board-- if not to
Regardless of your intent (and I sincerely doubt that you didn't know
Xenuu name would offend Scientologists), the fact that your
*did* offend ought to show you that it wasn't appropriate for that
Not to offend, but if they are so easy to offend, sounds like they have a problem, not me
Uh huh. That's the
sort of thing one often hears from the little bullies
on the playground, too.