sneaky scientologists


I live not far from a scientology center; a few days ago, some scientologists came by in the middle of the night and left this flier, along with some pamphlets, outside all of the apartments in my complex. Despite the fact that I think scientologists are crazy and kind of terrifying, I have to admit that I really like the design of this card. The font and colors are great and my first thought, upon spotting it in the hallway, was that I had to read it. So kudos for that, scientologists. Maybe I’ll scan some of the other literature a little bit later.


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