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April 15, 2006

You're about to miss out on a deal

Dear friends and subscribers,

As you may or may not know, my Tax Day 2006 sale ends tonight at "Two Minutes To Midnight." Everything of mine is on special, and this may be your last opportunity to get a discount on my stuff for a long, long time. Don't hate yourself for missing out on a deal--go to http://www.johnalanis.com/taxday06_sale.htm right now, before it's too late. The clock is ticking....

-John Alanis
"The King of Let 'em Come to You"

PS Don't delay--or you WILL miss out on a bargain. Go to http://www.johnalanis.com/taxday06_sale.htm now.

PPS Are you ready to step up to the Big Leagues and live a life of unlimited power and success with women? I have good news: even my Ultimate Unlimited Lifetime of Power and Success With Women System is on special, and I even have a "Mother of All Offers" where you can get everything I own at a substantial discount. The bad news is, this all ends tonight at "two minutes to midnight." Go to http://www.johnalanis.com/taxday06_sale.htm to take advantage of these remarkable specials at once... before it's too late, and you miss out.

Posted by john at 04:20 PM

Should married people date? This website thinks so...

Hey guys,

Before we get started with today's episode, I just want to remind everyone about my exciting Tax Day Sale, going on as we speak, but ending tonight. In order to make up for the outrageous check I'm sending out to the IRS, I'm having a HUGE Tax Day sale, where you can save 17% off all my products, BUT... it ends TODAY Saturday, April 15. To get in on this sale and claim your discount, go to http://www.johnalanis.com/taxday06_sale.htm

Last night I turned on the local news, and saw a very interesting story, regarding a website for married people who want to date.

At last the real truth about women, dating, and relationships--why you have been held back by society from attracting the women you truly desire. For a whole new approach to dating, women, and relationships, go to http://www.johnalanis.com/ultimate_system.htm to discover how to lead a lifetime of power, success, and choice with women

Yes, that's right, married people who want to date--and I don't mean each other. It was a dating site designed to facilitate cheating... and business was booming. They claim over 850,000 people had registered, and in this case I believe them.

Now, there are a lot of goofy "hook up sites" out there comprised of pictures of fake women, and hordes of desperate men, but this one was, I believe real.

What was amusing to me was watching the self righteous female reporter "bust" a guy she'd talked into meeting him, a guy fully intent on sleeping with other women besides his wife (he had no intention of leaving her, he just wanted to broaden his horizons, so to speak).

Even funnier was watching the so-called relationship experts take the moral high ground and talk about how sites like these are killing American values, and so on and so forth.

Why did I find both the reporter and the relationship experts so amusing? Because I know for a fact, that if you were to spend enough time looking at their private lives, you'd find one (and probably more) of the group who's having an affair.

Here's what these morons don't get: the websites don't create the want to cheat, the want to cheat creates the website. If that want didn't exist, the website would be out of business. But it DOES exist, and it exists at a high level--lots of people seek physical partners outside their relationships, and have done so since the beginning of time... people are just wired that way.

Now, I'm most certainly not anti-marriage, or anti-committed relationship. I think it's a fine thing under the proper circumstances--the problem is, most people don't recognize the proper circumstances. They believe the media perpetuated hype that getting married is the end all, be all, that when you feel attraction for someone the thing to do is get hitched, and everlasting happiness will be yours. (I can hear the divorce lawyers laughing now...).

However, it is a biological fact that attraction does NOT increase the more time you spend in a relationship--it decreases, and the only way you can experience the wonderful feeling of new attraction is to find someone new.

As society is currently set up, it says you can either have the stability and history of a long term relationship, or you can feel new attraction, but it's bad to have both. After all, if your spouse catches you cheating, things are going to get really bad, really fast... unless, you have their permission. Then, even though the act is the same, the consequences are much different.

Are we in the beginning of a social shift in regards to attitudes towards exclusive, committed relationships? I think so, but I'd like to hear your opinions. Quite frankly I'm still formulating mine, and I want to hear what you guys have to say about society's current view of exclusive relationships, if you think it's good or bad, and where you think it's heading.

One thing I can say for sure though is this: I am absolutely sick and tired of the stupidity of the mainstream media when it comes to their view of relationships. They live in the land of should-be, while having affairs in the land of reality, then pretending to give expert advice. Other than that, I'd like your honest opinions on the whole subject of exclusivity, and where it's heading. I'll reprint the best of them, and we'll see if there are any common opinions.

On with the fun--

-John Alanis
The King of Let 'em Come to You

PS Ready to step up to the Big Leagues and lead a lifetime of power and success with women, while claiming a fat, 17% discount? Then go to http://www.johnalanis.com/taxday06_sale.htm right now before it's too late! It ends tonight!


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Posted by john at 10:14 AM