Stanley Anderson <anders...@delphi.com> wrote:Again, these are all "proofs by implication", which in *no* is an
>Anonymous <nob...@replay.com> writes:
>>No, it doesn't prove that LRH lied about his grades. You can have high
>You can have high grades and fail to get a degree; but you _can't_ have
>Given that Hubbard's grades were low; that he dropped out of college;
>We know that Hubbard didn't attend college long enough to get a
acceptable proof to sustain the statement that "it is not just that
Hubbard got low grades but he lied about them time after time."
If you are going to make such claim, you better come up with hard
>If you claim to have been elected President of the United States, IWhy? Is Texas now the United States? This is getting weirder and
>will state that you lied about getting enough votes in Texas to be
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