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Her responses sound like they were programmed, and give off the general vibe that she's a robot without any individualistic thought of her own. The jargon is generally incomprehensible. 

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How is it possible for someone to talk SO MUCH without saying anything at all? No wonder those scientologists tried to wipe this silly video from the face of the earth in 2008. If it hits the internet, it is forever. 

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Girl Photoshop Trolls Wrong Number Text From Scientologist

When a random scientologist reaches out to you, with a wrong number, it is your duty to take advantage of that with some kind of devious trolling. In this case, the silly photoshop trolling gives way to a rather ridiculous, ALL CAPS, meeting invitation. Definitely surprised over that outcome. 

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Girl Trolls Scientologists In Hilarious Wrong Number Text Exchange

These folks peddling Dianetics didn't know what they were getting into when they tried to reconnect with "Shelby." But they did not escape the long arm of the troll.

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Girl's Ridiculous Conversation About Scientology Will Make You Instant Facepalm

Crazy? No. Stupid? Absolutely. Anyone else feel like sending their fist through a wall upon reading this conversation. 

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The man being berated is Marty Rathbun, who spent two and a half decades in the church, rising to become a top official there before breaking away in 2004. On his blog, Rathbun writes that the people berating him in the video are three of the current top management personnel named Jenny Linson, Marc Yager, and Dave Bloomberg.

On Sunday evening, Rathbun posted this bizarre 2-minute video, a video he had taken earlier in the day while he was waiting at Los Angeles International Airport to catch a flight back to his home in Texas. Rathbun thinks the entire thing was a set up because Rathbun points out "there was only one carry-on bag for the three of them." The way they spoke was also very calculated and seems pretty clear it was well rehearsed.