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—————- In anticipation of her biggest day in court yet, Laura DeCrescenzo and her attorneys hit the Church of Scientology with 928 pages of new filings —————- Details from 18,000 pages of evidence show how Scientology manipulated a child to keep her working under slave-like conditions —————- A key document describing DeCrescenzo’s unwillingness to have her coerced abortion is missing from the evidence Scientology was ordered to produce By Tony Ortega Wednesday afternoon, Laura DeCrescenzo filed explosive new information in her four-year legal odyssey against the Church of Scientology, submitting 928 pages of new declarations and exhibits in anticipation of a crucial October 23 hearing in her lawsuit against the church which alleges abuse, including allegations that she was forced to have an abortion at only 17 years of age. Key to the new filings is information gleaned from thousands of pages of previously secret files that the church fought mightily to keep under wraps. But on Monday, the U.

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Paul Haggis on Scientology in NBC Interview: "It's a Cult. Of Course It Is."

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NBC’s Rock Center just sent us another peek at its Thursday night show with Paul Haggis and Lawrence Wright. Wow, take a look at these quotes from Haggis!

Wright explains why Scientology is controversial — because of the way it has treated its own people and outsiders who question it, of course. And it’s also interesting to see Haggis say that giving the interview is really a stupid idea, implying that Scientology’s legendary retaliation apparatus will make him pay.

Well, color us excited for Thursday night’s broadcast. Where will you be watching?

 

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  • John P.

    When they did the “but the Church says blah blah blah” attempt at “balance,” I wish they had gone back to Wright and asked him what he thought of their stock denial. I don’t know what he said but I am sure it would have been memorable. That would have really hooked people into watching the interview.

    It will be interesting to see what the cult does to try to intimidate Haggis and Wright in the next little while — I smell another great opportunity for blowback bubbling just below the surface.

    • TheHoleDoesNotExist

      I think I have the Denial schedule down on my tablet now: Mondays, Tuesdays, Fridays, and Sundays, whatever is wrong it is Lawrence Wright’s fault. On Wednesdays and Saturdays, Paul Haggis’ fault. Thursdays are reserved for Marc Headley; whatever comes up on Thursdays, it’s his fault. You’ll notice Jenna Miscavige Hill is not on their list. I’m predicting that by the end of this month, she simply won’t existence or discovered to be secretly adopted and not related to Miscavige, Obviously!

      I am just guessing that their attack schedule will align with the above.

      • Poison Ivy

        And Marty, he covers the waterfront.

        • TheHoleDoesNotExist

          How could I forget! Marty is now Miscavige’s everyday household SP.

    • http://www.facebook.com/people/Gerard-Plourde/1127841398 Gerard Plourde

      You”re right. The fact that they insist that the critics are wrong about everything is something that strains the credulity of the average viewer. As they say, even a stopped clock is right twice a day. Let the footbullets commence.

    • Poison Ivy

      “Nobody is 100% wrong. Even a chimpanzee will score about 20% on a multiple choice test where each question has five answers. They apparently have no idea that most people implicitly understand this.” Exactly, John P. Except belonging to this cult implies that you must believe in a being (Hubbard, now Miscavige) who is 100% right. So they really DON’T understand it, on a fundamental level.

    • jensting

      The way I tried to put this (in my review of the John Sweeney book) was

      “The style and content of the denials are completely over the top; the effect is such a degree of loss of credibility that there is a danger that one puts down this book and is ready to believe anything that the organisation denies”

      I have to admit I’m slightly pleased with that

      • Gus_Cox

        Ha! That *is* pretty good.

    • Deckard__Cain

      JP, it’s not “completely wrong on every single detail”, it’s “CATEGORICALLY” wrong, a denial phrase often used by the church that incorporates such a nonsense, bureaucratic word. ‘Categorically’ is an adverb that attacks no details while still holding some strange blanketing power. It is usually used by shamed politicians trying to deny some scandal while not denying specific details.

  • TheHoleDoesNotExist

    Scientology calling Lawrence Wright’s book unsubstantiated is like calling the Pope Jewish.

    I’ll be in bed starting with this book which I hope comes out right after midnight, coffee and Fr choc croissants, fluffing the blankets and bowl of popcorn with Nancy Many and the Discovery Channel documentary, and by Thursday night, a glass or two of white wine and baked brie in our wired for everything spa lounge at 104 degrees. I had to take a friggin’ nap today due to the Great Atlantic Footbullets last night. Husband has his sports schedule and ready to warm dinners in the freezer. This is like an Enturbulation Marathon. I think I’m ready.

    • John P.

      More like a three-ring enturbulation circus, with lots of flaming poodles jumping through hoops in sensurround.

      • TheHoleDoesNotExist

        ah, a visionary!

      • http://surisburnbook.tumblr.com/ nobs

        Oh, this is so GREAT! Y’all are hysterical today. I’m truly lmao. With tears.

    • DMSTCC

      To you or any other Ex-C0$: Who will be able to actually read LW’s book? Just the lawyers?

      • TheHoleDoesNotExist

        Those who have quietly removed themselves will likely be getting this one as a must read. Internally, staff will be sec checked religiously (sick) to find out if they read it so no, they won’t read it. Heck, in Clearwater, staff scurry around every street corner with a newspaper bin to buy all Tobin and Child articles in the Times.

        • DMSTCC

          I’m talkin’ higher up…

          • TheHoleDoesNotExist

            Haven’t heard a peep from The Hole in quite a while, just what Marty, Mike, Amy Scobee, Matt Pesch, John Brousseau have leaked. From all the stores over the years, just those closest to him in dealing with PR and Ethics (Tommy Davis, Marty, Mike Rinder for example) would have to read the book. It is a very, very, tightly controlled information vacuum, like a , um, Cult, yeah, that’s it.

    • Anon Nom Nom

      My God, man! Your description makes me want to jump right in bed with you for a couple of days to join in for the adventure, and I say that with a relatively long streak of heterosexuality.

      • TheHoleDoesNotExist

        Hah, well the man would be my husband and I’m old enough to be tickled at the invite, but I’m not sure if I could manage a third wheel unless it’s for a foot message. lol. But I’ll bring plenty of party hats and sexy notebooks, and tablets and readers, and laptops are strictly of the hardware kind. lol

        • Anon Nom Nom

          I assure you that my enthusiastic “man!’ exclamation was due my unmitigated excitement over this consistent stream of awesome entheta-ness. [yeah, I just real added a suffix to a fake word ;)]. But then again, I am a sucker for party hats….

    • http://www.facebook.com/people/Gerard-Plourde/1127841398 Gerard Plourde

      I’m hoping the content is more like a nice medium-rare steak that could stand up to a nice Cabernet.

      • TheHoleDoesNotExist

        The Grill Patio is right next to the Spa Lounge. Bring it! Maybe I’ll throw on some stone crab claws for good measure. In Florida, you’re all invited. Even OSA…I have a winding path in my zen like garden with bubbling tranquil fountains and flowers. I plant flowers every time I hear about one of your escapades. I have a large garden now. It’s right next to the grill. Come on over, OSA, kick off your shoes, and take the day off. No, really. I’m serious. An armistice day. Don’t worry about the post Mission Debriefs. I’ll show you my OT tricks of how to make that emeter whistle Dixie for ‘ya.

    • http://surisburnbook.tumblr.com/ nobs

      LOL what a great picture you paint of enturbulation enjoyment! I wish I could be there — all my most favorite stuff happening in one place. Yikes!

      • TheHoleDoesNotExist

        Should have a party!

        • ParticleMom

          An entheta party would be great. My husband will watch but only to humor me.

    • Deckard__Cain

      It is a wonderful Enturbulation Marathon….almost the same ‘comforting-yet-scary’ feeling like watching the Twilight Zone marathon on TV all day and night on Thanksgiving Day (this is a strange tradition where I’m from).

  • http://twitter.com/AlexRSmith1 Alex R. Smith

    Whoa. I respect Paul Haggis so much right now. I think everybody who can read has read enough about Scientology to know it’s indefensible, evil, and has no right to tax-free status as a religion of any kind. It’s hard to read the stories of the under-financed people who have tried to escape vs. the ridiculously rich people who support this cult and not conclude that this organization needs to be investigated by the IRS or under the RICO law.

    • whingeybingey

      Yes, he is brave to speak up. People shouldn’t have to live in fear like that just for giving an interview.

      • moxonmoxoff

        EXACTLY. This is a point that seems to be wholly lost on the scilons. Sticks and stones, people. If you don’t agree with something that is said, then use facts to persuade folks otherwise. A point also lost on scilons.

        It’s so basic and I can’t figure out why they can’t figure it out–at some point the thought stopping should give way to reason and/or common sense. One would think. Oh wait, I just answered my own question.

  • Nigel

    THIS is fantastic. Great job, Mr. Haggis!

    BTW, good idea to telegraph the “Fair Game” issue – it makes it less likely that you will be a victim. Tell everyone about it, as prophylaxis.

  • Anon Nom Nom

    I honestly can’t wait until Wright’s book is released on Thursday. I truly believe that it is the most comprehensive, important book on the cult that has ever been released by an outside observer.

    On a slightly older subject, it was great to see that the Atlantic ended up pulling Scientology’s ‘advertorial’. I am always happy to see one of Miscavige’s incredibly expensive acts of masturbation end up as a foot bullet.

    • Nigel

      This is a foot-bullet extraordinaire, since every major media source now has to spell out in detail WHY it is such an extraordinary foot-bullet. And they are doing just that:)

      • whingeybingey

        The people have spoken. It was breathtaking to watch.

        • DeElizabethan

          Way to go on the Atlantic blog, wow, you really had some good ones to Loouanne.

          • whingeybingey

            Thanks, DeElizabethan! I am thinking that poor Loouanne probably does have the worst job in the world. I keep thinking, you know, would I rather be a sanitation worker than Louanne? A cleaner of public toilets? A mortician? Then I think, yes I would! Imagine having to try and defend a completely indefensible position every day and then report back to a psycho tyrant. I am sure he goes through “Louannes” like diarrhoea through a sufferer of irritable bowel syndrome.

      • Anon Nom Nom

        Agreed. [random aside--I really wanted to add the word 'putrid' in front of 'foot bullet,' but I figured those two terms in the same sentence that contained the word 'Miscavige' was more than most folks could stomach.]

      • NoMoreVisitsPlease

        The Mother Of All Foot Bullets.

    • dbloch7986

      Hahahahahahahahahaha Great minds think alike. Miscavige can’t masturbate unless he spends millions of dollars on it.

    • richelieu jr

      I’m not so sure- He’ll get reimbursed 100%, and it was for internal consumption anyway– How many outsiders care about how man ‘Ideal Orgs’ were built last year? He can still show screen saves, and printouts for members and parade it as ‘mass media coverage’, only now it cost him nothing. Yes, some won’t be duped, but they were last to him anyway…

      • Nigel

        “Mister COB, why do all the newspapers and magazines and websites have articles about us today? Something about a mistake made in The Atlantic? Why are they all upset about a little advertisement?”

        • Sherbet

          WHACK!!

          • Nigel

            Thank you sir, may I have another! I will never look at another unapproved newspaper or magazine or website again. They only enturbulate the reactive bank- I should have cognitized doubleplusgood better. We have FREEDOM magazine, the most perfect publication in the universe!

            • TheHoleDoesNotExist

              wow, Double Plus Points for the Orwell “1984″ reference Plus the so appropro Eurythmics song. Insert [applause]

            • Green Rocket

              I’ve always liked that Eurythmics soundtrack for 1984.

            • Green Rocket
            • TheHoleDoesNotExist

              Tks! good one. Listened to this while searching for pix of Miscavige’s ethics beagle, Pickles, in uniform. Can’t find. Sounds like a job for some sleuths out there.

            • Green Rocket

              Yes, the haunting melodies of the 1984 soundtrack stir the soul, I’m sure Orwell would posthumously approve.

            • Green Rocket

              And I’m sure Orwell would disapprove of Hubbard appropriating his (Orwell’s) fictional techniques for mind control

        • richelieu jr

          Entheta!

    • http://twitter.com/Scientology_411 Scientology_411

      I’m certainly looking forward to getting my pre-ordered copy from Amazon. And Jenna Hill’s upcoming book too! That’s going to be a good one!

  • http://www.AlanzosBlog.com/ Alanzo

    Thank you, Mr Haggis, for being so stupid as to stick your neck out and to tell the truth about Scientology.

    Alanzo

    • http://www.facebook.com/people/Gerard-Plourde/1127841398 Gerard Plourde

      His courage demands our respect.

      • sugarplumfairy

        Absolutely.. Just the trailers are amazing.. He pretty much declared war.. Let’s hope reinforcements appear for back up..

        • http://surisburnbook.tumblr.com/ nobs

          That would be us, right? Well, it COULD be.

          • sugarplumfairy

            I’d be happy to.. But the world doesn’t give a crap about what I hve to say.. I’m thinking more along the lines of Lisa marie, Nicole, Katie, Naz.. and any other celebs who’ve abandoned ship.. I guess it’s too much to ask that cruise and travolta step up to the plate the way Jason Beghe and Haggis have.. But I can dream..

            • http://surisburnbook.tumblr.com/ nobs

              You’re right mostly. There are an awful lot of us. Really a LOT of us. Look what we did to The Atlantic. That was us. That wasn’t Lisa Marie or Nicole. (I think Katie gets a pass, not sure WHY I think that, I just do.)

            • sugarplumfairy

              Yah.. The Atlantic incident was a thing of beauty..

            • Ze Moo

              The ‘Atlantic Incident’ will be an asterisked lesson for all adverts. The Atlantic’s only problem was their client. The client wanted only pro scieno comments and the marketing staff complied. The scieno sock puppets were primed and ready and they faithfully entered their comments.

              Only the Atlantic didn’t turn off the ‘thumbs down’ or ‘vote down’ function on their comment system. A positive written comment can be torn down by 400 thumbs down. That and the intense attention other media gave it, generated more anti-miscavige, anti-scieno news in all media, well, that just made the client (the CO$) pull down their advert and run away. Corporate CO$ just plays ostrich when the excrement hits the fan these days.

            • DeElizabethan

              I didn’t get that the co$ pulled the ad, rather that Atlantic took it down. I’d love it if the co$ pulled it and as you say hide head in sand. Either way it got done, yea!

        • http://valerim9.com/ Valerie Ross

          I’m there for him (I say peeking warily out of my hidey hole then running back in). Now where did I put my cloak of invisibility?

      • TheHoleDoesNotExist

        He stood up for his heart … his family. I hear this as a theme too, that those quietly leaving are doing so to save their children from the insanity. Then they realize, oh wait, why is it okay for Me to expose myself to the insanity? But Paul Haggis speaking up now I’d like to believe is because he wants to give a voice to all the families.

        The fathers lining up with the mama’s….roar on!

    • Sherbet

      It’s not so “stupid,” after all. If anything shady happens to Haggis, he’s already announced scn will be the culprit.

      • http://www.AlanzosBlog.com/ Alanzo

        True. He’s the one who said he was stupid.

        But he’s best kind of stupid: Doing something that you know is so fucking stupid, but you’re gonna do it anyway. Because it’s not just stupid, it’s right.

        It’s the only way to live a life if you ask me.

        Alanzo

        • Sherbet

          If this blog has taught me nothing else, it’s shown me how important it is to put principles ahead of personal fears. Bravo for you, Alanzo.

          • Nigel

            “Nothing is at last sacred but the integrity of your own mind.”

            Ralph Waldo Emerson +1

            LRH -1,566,785,745,456,345.89766433698767 (I confirmed the 15 decimal place via e-meter)

            • http://www.facebook.com/people/Robert-Eckert/100002715429426 Robert Eckert

              Ah, but you only typed 14 of those decimal places. WHAT IS YOUR WITHHOLD?

          • http://www.AlanzosBlog.com/ Alanzo

            Bravo for me?

            I’m just stupid. And an asshole.

            So criticizing Scientology is right up my alley.

            I don’t know what I’m gonna do now that all the big boys are taking over. Maybe I’ll stand outside on the sidewalk and criticize peoples’ fashion choices.

            Alanzo

            • moxonmoxoff

              Don’t feel too bad Alanzo. Apparently Sweeney is an “asshole” too, so you are in great company. In fact, it probably doesn’t hurt to have a little of the asshole in ya if you’re going to take on CO$. And maybe a little bitch too.

            • DeElizabethan

              Caught my eye. You said it, and I can relate to that little bitch part too, especially this year.

      • DeElizabethan

        That’s right Sherbet. By making those statement and points, so sincerely, it should help him and others by exposing their wickedness, should they attack him. Hopefully they won’t. But then again they are stupid and evil tho they may have to, according to their scriptures.

  • Sherbet

    Just saw a promo for Dangerous Persuasions — Nancy Many’s story — on ID network. This is like a couple of Christmases coming in a row, and I can’t wait!

    • http://www.AlanzosBlog.com/ Alanzo

      It used to be that just something like Nancy Many’s show would keep us elated for months.

      My God. This is like five pecan pies in a row.

      Alanzo

      • Sherbet

        All the guilty pleasure with none of the cholesterol. The promo showed the sci logo and people dressed in SO uniforms, so I’m really optimistic about ID’s commitment not to pull punches.

        • Poison Ivy

          ID doesn’t have the biggest budgets but they do really nice and non-cheesy re-enactment work with what they have. And their storytelling is solid. This is a great (if harrowing) story so I have high hopes!

          • http://www.AlanzosBlog.com/ Alanzo

            Yeah. It was quite non-cheesy. The trailer was chilling. This is their pilot for their “Dangerous Persuasions” series, right?

  • The Dakini

    Mr. Skywalker and I will be on the Riveria when the fireworks begin. I sure can pick a time to be offline!
    Looking forward to reading all of your posts upon my return. Have fun kids and stay safe.

  • http://www.facebook.com/kim.obrien.775 Kim O’Brien

    Did not think the name Haggis would turn me on …boy was i wrong ! I have a tingle

    • http://www.AlanzosBlog.com/ Alanzo

      A little Haggis cheesecake for ya….

      • http://www.facebook.com/kim.obrien.775 Kim O’Brien

        LOL ~ I am loving you right now Alonzo …!!!

      • Deckard__Cain

        That is fucking disgusting, Alanzo. Didn’t need to see that.

  • Espiando

    How wonderful that all of this is happening right around the fifth anniversary of Chanology. The traditional gift for a fifth anniversary is wood. I know that I’ll be sprouting some.

    • Nigel

      This was before my time, but wasn’t this the video that started it all?

      http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JCbKv9yiLiQ

      • http://www.AlanzosBlog.com/ Alanzo

        Yes. That video scared the shit out of me. You would not believe what it was like to be an Ex-Scientologist and see that thing appear on the Internet.

        And then to see their protests.

        Here’s the one in London where I just started crying when I saw it.

        http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2SraUpcJfqw

        Really. Crying like a baby. Just bawling.

        • http://surisburnbook.tumblr.com/ nobs

          I will never forget that day. We’d been declared in the fall of ’07 and were just sort of clearing the fog from our heads/eyes/brains/hearts. Then comes Anonymous and a WORLDWIDE protest. Around the whole f**king world! Over 10,000 people left the interwebz and took to the street. And they did it for justice, they did it because scn is evil and anons CARED. We were bawling too. Couldn’t believe what we were seeing. And then to have it continue for another year. Wow.

          If you haven’t already seen it, I recommend ‘We Are Legion, the Story of the Hactivists’, a great new documentary.

        • Deckard__Cain

          I started down this rabbit hole in January 2008 from a link on Drudge to the “Message to Scientology” video posted above. It also scared the shit out of me but completely fascinated me at the same time. I had previously done some reading (the “Cult of Greed” article and some other online stuff) around 2006 but couldn’t stop reading from January 2008 to this day.

          I can’t believe it has been five years.

      • SirLurksAlot

        Good old chanology, taught Scientology that if you go around stamping on bugs you will eventually put your foot in the ants nest.

  • Sidney18511

    The most wonderful thing about the uproar that the ad caused yesterday is that people know that this is a cult. There was no one standing up for the church. No one cried religious bigotry. People are seeing through the scam.

    • jensting

      At most you get the anti-religious bigot cut-out in comments (“all religions are bad, what’s so special about the scientology reliigon, close all religions down, yada yada yada”)

      • dbloch7986

        Those are usually OSA trolls in my opinion. I think most normal people can differentiate between Scientology and a religion.

        • http://lliira.dreamwidth.org/ Lliira

          Yep. And those trolls invariably bring up the Catholic Church, and I’ve never seen them bring up any other religion. When anyone tries to talk to them about any other religion, they bleat about Catholicism a little more, and that’s it. Because they are incredibly ignorant and have no idea about other religions (or Catholicism for that matter), and can’t even use the internet for a quick and dirty first-level education.

  • Chocolate Velvet
  • dbloch7986

    Off topic, but I came across a thread talking about the sewage treatment plant at the St. Hill Organization in England. I guess this dude went into their non-functional sewage treatment plant and documented the cult dumping raw sewage into the natural environment around the manor.

    http://www.forum.exscn.net/showthread.php?30033-Dirty-Cult – Thread

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=vgjt8eR1K4w – Video

    Credit to: Axiom142 on ESMB

    • jensting

      that’s some pretty impressive work. I take my straw trilby off for the activists in and around East Grinstead.

      • dbloch7986

        Supposedly it has been reported to the EPA in Britain. Whatever they call it there. So hopefully some action will be taken.

        • http://www.AlanzosBlog.com/ Alanzo

          Axiom142 is the guy who gave us George “You are stuck in an electronic incident” Bailey.

          • Deckard__Cain

            That explains a lot, thanks Alanzo. I saw that video “you are stuck in an electronic incident” and was bowled over with laughter at what I saw. It reminded me of the Mary “WHAT ARE YOUR CRIMES, MARK BUNKER” DeMoss videos from years ago. Last I read, she sort of came to her senses and realized what a complete idiot she looked like on video. I don’t hold the same hope for George Bailey as he is a serious loon.

    • http://twitter.com/media_lush media_lush

      I emailed the link to the journalist at the Sun doing the Miscavige Beagles story

      • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=1161852028 Derek Bloch

        Thanks dude!

  • http://twitter.com/BradGreenwood2 Bradley Greenwood

    I’m on it… it HAS to special if I am watching network TV.

  • Ivan Mapother

    What is the chance of Harry Smith getting an interview with fellow NBC employee Jenna Elfman?

    • mook

      Probably zero, because her new show is tanking in the ratings

  • EnthralledObserver

    Paul seems genuinely still fearful of the retribution that might come his way for participating in this interview. I cannot fathom the circumstances that would make this man’s fear and expectation of harm so obvious even through the screen.

    • http://valerim9.com/ Valerie Ross

      You must not have been there. I understand totally. I’m sure Alanzo could say the same. Anyone who has been on the inside understands they never leave you alone, and will always punish you if you attempt to make them look bad.

      • EnthralledObserver

        No, you are right, I’ve never been in contact with anything even remotely Scientology first hand. And I guess that’s my point in a way, I can see his fear is genuine, even just through the screen, which is the scariest fricken thing I can comprehend – if he’s scared, I should be (and am) petrified that this cult might even be able to extend itself to my part of the world without hinderance. I shall be happy to lend my opinion to the masses just so that never becomes a reality.
        Thanks for your validation, I like to think I’m helping in my small way. :)

  • DeElizabethan

    Gee after watching that clip, I’m not telling where I’ll be Tony! Seriously, very good but a little scary, but of course my friends will be watching too. I’m so very proud of actually all of them.

  • http://twitter.com/BEDMANOKC BEDMANOKC.com

    In…. CredIble ! Absolutely awesome. Nice job, Hagg

  • Deckard__Cain
    • http://surisburnbook.tumblr.com/ nobs

      Link goes to Advertising Age, but page says “Uh. Oh. page not found”

      • Deckard__Cain

        Sorry….I had the wrong link. I fixed it above.

  • http://twitter.com/Scientology_411 Scientology_411

    Every time the Church of Scientology issues one of their silly statements or blanket denials of the facts it’s just another shovel load of dirt on their grave.

  • koki

    i love this game….

  • JustCallMeMary

    Bet this is really shaking up the cult. Bravo to Paul Haggis and Lawrence Wright. Hollywood is not going to be looking at Scientology the same way after this airs.

  • BosonStark

    I’m luvin Paul Haggis more and more. He is really cutting through the fog, using words that are plain, honest and cutting. Can’t wait to see this show. I’m so glad it will be preserved. I trust that the Rock Center people will clearly show the stature of Wright, before they introduce too many of the cult’s comments attacking his credibility or work.

  • moxonmoxoff

    wow, he used the “c” word. mr. ranger isn’t going to like this, yogi.