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Funny story: Church of Scamatology Creates New Scientific Method

Church of Scamatology Creates New Scientific Method

Clearly Criminal, FL The Church of Scamatology, in an interview about some of the scientific principles of Scamatology, The ecclesiastical head of the church, Little Davy Makemerich, outlined the new scientific methods that Scamatology has created an...

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Funny story: $camatology Leader Has Built Gigantic Ideal Org in North Korea

$camatology Leader Has Built Gigantic Ideal Org in North Korea

CLEARWATER, FL. The leader, or "pope" of $camatology has announced that a giant "Ideal Org," a giant church for the Church of $camatology, has been built by the inhabitants of one of the North Korean labor camps in North Korea's capital city, Pyongya...

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Funny story: Head of Scientology Concert Rider

Head of Scientology Concert Rider

Before David Miscavige, the Pope of Scientology, can make an appearance at YOUR venue, the following must be adhered to: 1. Mr. Miscaviage must have two 16 course dinners waiting for him after his bloviating speech as he will be very hungry from using the teleprompter so much. He will choose which meal he feels like having and the other one should be tossed. Also, there should be rice and bea...

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Funny story: Kim Jong Un, Ann Coulter, and Scientology Head David Miscaviage Form Axis of Evil

Kim Jong Un, Ann Coulter, and Scientology Head David Miscaviage Form Axis of Evil

Ottawa, Ontario, Canada-The Chief Computer Hacker and Head of Intelligence for Canada, Dudley Trudeau, announced today that he had intercepted details of a secret meeting between North Korean and Scientology dictators Kim Jong Un and David Miscaviage...

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