--- In FairfieldLife@yahoogroups.com, Sal Sunshine <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
> On Aug 23, 2006, at 8:17 AM, authfriend wrote:
> >> -- It's a power trip.  And I don't think getting involved
> >> in that kind of game is healthy.
> >
> > That's just paranoid, Sal.  The TMO has always been on
> > a power trip, but SS#s aren't an example, *except* to
> > verify that one is qualified to go on particular
> > courses and so on, and they could certainly check that
> > just by using names and dates, although with more difficulty
> > and more possibility of error.  I haven't gone on a course
> > in a while, so I don't know if they're still doing this,
> > but they also used to ask for the name of your initiator
> > when you applied for a course.  That was another way of
> > checking to make sure you had actually learned TM.
> Come off it, Judy.  I'd be amazed if they had records going
> back a few years, much less when someone learned TM.  The bit
> about the teacher's name is just more TMO silliness, as anyone
> could have made up a name.  Tell you what...next time you apply
> for a course, make up some name to put in the initiator's blank,
> and see what happens--I'll bet nothing.  (The name, of course,
> would have to be something that doesn't call attention to itself,
> could even be the name of an initiator, just not *your* initiator.)

There is someone on the course who was asked about his involvement
with Robin Carlson. Robin Carlson was doing his thing in FF back in
1982-83. Think the TMO doesn't keep records? Better think again 'cuz
they sure as hell do.

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