L. Ron Hubbard Whines (Again) About His Scientology Workload - 2012-10-13
Now safely ensconced in the bunker again, we're going to make good on yesterday's promise and deliver our weekly helping of 'Scientology on the High Seas' a day later than usual.
Nearly a year ago, we started excerpting L. Ron Hubbard's "Orders of the Day," which he mimeographed and distributed to the crew of his yacht, the Apollo, as he ran Scientology from the ship from 1967 to 1975. Our copies of his "OODs" (and yes, Scientologists actually pronounce it that way, "oods") cover the period from late 1968 to the end of 1971. And soon, we'll finish up our year-long project.
The OODs turned out to be very popular with our readers, and we think you're going to find this week's installment pretty interesting. Hubbard, for example, reveals what his own daily "stat" is!