Living Up to High Stanards
I made a post early today about Chicago radio host J.T. Foxx being shuddered into silence. I was dead wrong.
See how easy it to admit your mistakes, Scientology?
I leaped to the conclusion that Foxx had decided not to put his shows about Scientology onto the net when in reality he just took a few more hours than my impatient little being would allow him. I have been shamed before the world and, with my lower lip quivering like Jimmy Swaggert, I beg forgiveness.
Last weekend, Foxx had Arnie Lerma and Scientologist Sylvia Stanard on his show. The Saturday program spilled over into a second show which was taped and later broadcast on Sunday morning. Here now is the Sunday portion of the pre-recorded show, and it’s even better than the earlier segment. There is much more substance and fewer gimmicky sound effects.
I’ve met Sylvia Stanard on occasion. I think she’s a decent person. We had what I thought was a pleasant conversation early on, then she turned around and said some horrible things about me which were completely false. I didn’t blame her for it. She is programmed by Scientology. Hopefully she will leave Scientology someday and become my good friend, as Tory has.
In the meantime, I think it important to point out when she is lying on behalf of Scientology which she does with ease in order to Keep Scientology Working.Radio Broadcasts