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April 19, 2006

Starts today, ends tonight...

Dear friends and subscribers,

As you may or may not know, last week I had my 2006 Tax Day Sale where you could claim a 17% discount on all my products. The bad news is, you missed it--the good news is, it's back for one more day.

See, after the sale was over, I got a lot of emails from guys saying they missed it due to the Easter holiday, then tax day right after. They were too busy to read their emails, and had their minds on other things. When it comes to dealing with the IRS, believe me I understand.

So, I'm going to hold my Tax Day Sale over one more day, starting right now, and ending 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 04:21 PM

Dazed and confused by women?

Hey guys,

Way back in 1994 I was working in Alaska in the oilfield. We were in Prudhoe Bay, above the Arctic Circle, and it was miserable work, with miserable people.

Every now and then they'd have a movie night, and one of the most popular movies was a movie called "Dazed and Confused," a movie about the good old days of high school. If you haven't seen it, you should--it's pretty funny.

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

One of the reasons this movie was so popular was because it brought back so many good memories for all the "hands." Now, most of these guys were in their 30's, so their high school memories were from the late '70's/early 80's--10 to 15 years prior.

But there was one thing all of these guys had in common--they all said that those memories were "the best time of their lives." When I heard that, the first thought that came to me was, "how pathetic is that--you guys are already the walking dead."

When I heard that, the one thing I vowed was that the past would never be the best time of my life. While I wanted it to be filled with good times and great memories, I always wanted to be sure that "the best is yet to come," as Ronald Reagan said.

A few months later, I left the oilfield and never looked back. Why? Because it that environment, with those people, the best was already way in the past, and I chose not to live that reality.

It was, obviously, the best decision I ever made, because every day when I get up, I know the best is yet to come... every day gets better and better. Now, I'm not saying that in some kind of hokey, phony motivational way, I'm saying it because I created that reality (with a lot of hard work) and I work to maintain that reality.

Anyone can do the same for themselves, if you make the conscious decision to do so, and take action. If you're not where you want to be with women, if your best memory is in the past, and the future looks bleak, then you have to make a conscious decision to change that reality, and live a better one. The good news is, it's your choice. The better news is, I have the tools readily available for you to do so--you won't have to work nearly as hard as I did... but you will still have to work. That's the price for success, but it's worth it.

On with the fun--

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

PS Starting right now, and ending tonight, my tax day sale is held over for one day and one day only. To claim your 17% discount on all my products, go to http://www.johnalanis.com/taxday06_sale.htm right now--it ends tonight.

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Posted by john at 10:16 AM