Yesterday I made a journey north into CW to visit the foundation which has been in the news so much. This was out nothing but idle curiosity, I had read so much about it I just had to see what was cooking. I didn't even have a clear idea of where it was located but when I saw the famous "white lines" I knew I was getting close.
After locating the building I went in to be greeted by Grady Ward and another old friend. Grady gave me a quick tour of the place, which was a bit larger than I had supposed it was. There were a number of offices including a conference room, all in all a nice set-up. Grady I taken over one of the offices for himself and it was crammed full of computers and other devices by which he intends to defeat and mortify the $cientologists. Foremost among them was an ancient "PackMan" game circa 1985, a real collector's item. The other equipment is of a classified nature which I can't talk about even if I did understand their nature.
I complimented Grady on what a fine building it was and observed that Minton got his money's worth with it. Grady replied that the building was indeed well suited to the foundation's purpose but it had one failing, lack of closet space. There is not room anywhere for even a mop or a pail. I found this difficult to believe as I has seen several doors along the hall that I took to be closets. I pointed this out to him. "Yes, we DO have closets but take a look." here he opened a door, "Stacy is responsible for this. No room for even a dust rag."
Sure enough Stacy had used all the available closet space to store David Miscavige's overts. There they were, stacked up to the ceiling.
I was stunned at this and for once at a loss for words. It must be the thinking of the foundation, I thought, that they never give up on anyone, even DM. And if he ever finds his soul they would help him out just like anybody else. His overts are there waiting (thousands of them) for him if he ever chooses to confront them.
After a short "hello" to Stacy, who was busy, I wended my way south to home glad to have made the trip.
--- The Exile, - apologies to Grady given in advance.
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