Bumping this since the thread about the 1914 service meeting video seems to be going off topic a bit.
I've started taking magazines (as many as I can get away with) and throwing them away at home. There's already been a lot of frustration in my congregation over the new magazine arrangement (in which the congregation only gets a set supply, no set number for each individual publisher) because they're always running out, so I figure I'll try to make that a little worse. I've also heard of some congregations getting sternly written letters if they don't count as many placements as their magazine order on a regular basis, so between my throwing away magazines and not reporting any even if someone takes them to get rid of me, I might help some in the congregation see what happens when you cross "mother."
I also look for oppurtunities to give comments that are directly contrary to the WTS stance on something - the best time to do this being the oral review, since there's no written material readily available for the comment to come from, so everyone will be following along with your comment, nodding their heads only to have it contradicted by the school overseer or the next comment. The best example of this that I can think of was when they had something about Lev 5:1 in the review. The official answer was that if you find out about someone's secret sin and you don't rat them out to the elders then you're just as guilty, but that's not what the scripture was about. My answer gave an accurate interpretation of the scripture - it was saying that if someone was wronged and was asking who it was that did it and you don't tell then you're just as guilty, but if the wrongdoing wasn't publicly known, then it didn't apply. I also referenced Matt. 18:15 where it says to privately talk to your brother if you become aware of a secret sin. The school overseer kinda stumbled for a second and didn't know how to react (presumably because he was looking at the WTS answer that directly contradicted my well-reasoned scriptural answer) and called on an elder that went on to talk about how important it is to let the elders know if you find out about someone's secret sin.
Of course, if you give answers like this, you must be prepared to be sickened by the number of people who come to you after the meeting to congratulate you on how much research you put into it, etc. I just hope that some might be nudged a little out of their slumber.
Any other ideas on how to keep sane and sabotage the cult while I'm still in for the wife?