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Sunday Funnies: Scientology Price Increase!

Once again, our tipsters have come through, and we have a great new set of Scientology mailers to share with you. On Sunday mornings, we love to show you the fliers and come-ons that were forwarded to us during the week. We seem to be getting more than ever. (Although we haven’t heard from Australia in a while. What’s happening down there?)

Anyway, this week we have a fun selection for you: There’s a new mission in Texas! People in LA have yet another chance to experience the IAS gala! You’ll be happy to know that the Sea Org is still hiring. And best of all — prices are going up!

Well, after what David Miscavige had to say about the state of Texas, we’re happy to see that, in fact, Scientology is not giving up on the Lone Star State. In fact, there’s a new mission opening in the Dallas area that is apparently aimed at our Spanish-speaking friends there.

This past week the International Association of Scientologists had its big annual party in England, and we’re happy to see that Los Angeles Scientologists will get not one but two opportunities to hear the IAS briefing for themselves. Bring your checkbook!


We’ve seen some pretty strange slogans on Scientology advertising, but this next one really leaves us at a loss. What’s an “infinite guarantee”? And how does an individual joining the Sea Org keep the organization around forever? We have to wonder who would find this pitch a tempting one.

Well, let’s see. Longtime, loyal members abandoning ship. Fewer youngsters coming in the door (thanks, Internet). More and more drafty old empty buildings to maintain. What to do? Hey, raise prices!

Thanks to our tipsters for coming through again this week.

And thanks also to Media Lush for passing on this fun link from the Daily Mail. Turns out Tom Cruise attended one of the swanky events at the big IAS anniversary this past weekend in England, confirming what the readers of the Underground Bunker already knew, that rumors of his leaving Scientology were pure bunk.

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