L. Ron Hubbard as sad, oversexed schlub: The very personal writings his admirers never discuss - 2016-07-30

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F347.png L. Ron Hubbard as sad, oversexed schlub: The very personal writings his admirers never discuss July 30, 2016, Tony Ortega, Underground Bunker

(L. Ron Hubbard, circa 1946)

Hey, gang. We spent all day yesterday reading two manuscripts from people who were kind enough to give us advance looks at their upcoming books. It was great stuff, and we're glad we got to see it, but it meant we blew the whole day without a chance to make any phone calls. So please don't be too disappointed with us if we start off the weekend with something we threw together pretty quickly.

We were reminded, never mind how, of one of L. Ron Hubbard's most fascinating bodies of work, perhaps the most revealing pieces of writing he ever did. But it's nothing the Church of Scientology has on sale. And you never hear Hubbard's ardent admirers ever mention it.

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