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May 14, 2006

Is there one controversial, forbidden attraction secret? Yes, it's...

Dear friends and subscribers,

There is something the most successful men know about attracting women that others don't. It's not looks, it's not age, and it's not income, although they want others to believe this is the case. In fact, it's one, simple secret that any man can put to work for himself to attract (and keep) the women he truly desires.

To discover this controversial, forbidden attraction secret, go to http://www.johnalanis.com/authority.htm Others will be pissed I revealed this, but that's their problem.


On with the fun....


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

PS Hurry, before it's too late. Go to http://www.johnalanis.com/authority.htm to discover this attraction secret other men do not want you to know.

Posted by john at 04:28 PM

Sunday Q and A with the King

Hey guys,

I just got back into town (from Dallas) from speaking at an information marketing seminar, so it looks like I have quite a few emails to catch up on while I was away.

So, let's reach into the ol' mailbag and see what kind of questions and comments you guys have sent in this time...

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Hey John,

I disagree. If a woman says no to you, it means no. Leave her alone after that. it's not on to pursue her and chase her. It's harrassment. Don't give guys false hope!

Barb

JA: Barb, it depends on the context of the "no." There are two kinds of "no's" one of which means "I'm not attracted, go away" and the other is "are you man enough to overcome my initial resistance?" Do a good job creating attraction, and all you'll get is the second one. Yes, you must recognize which is which, but when you can create attraction you don't get "no's" that mean "I'm not attracted."

I have a unique perspective on women that no woman could ever have- -I know how women behave when they're alone with a man and they know no one else is watching, and many times it is a heck of a lot different from what they tell their friends. I've turned many initial "no's" into big "YES'S" just by asking the question a different way, or recognizing a test when I see one. "No" does not always mean "no"--it's a verifiable fact of human behavior, and many of my students can attest to that.

Hi John-
This letter has nothing to do with women. (By the way I like your stuff, what I have of yours works). The reason I am writing to you is that what in the world would anyone in Dallas dislike the Cowboys??? (I don't care for them, because I am originally from Boston, and I am a big Patriots fan).

I believe you, because you do not seem like a bser. What would be the point in that? Since I am a rather big football fan, and many people all over the USA, and probably other places as well follow the Cowboys, why would some hometown jerks not support them??

When you get a free minute, (and there is no hurry), I would like your insight. I probably will not get around to reading about the Cowboys, for they are not my team, and we do not play them this year.

Thanks alot for everything.

Sincerely,

Malcolm D.

JA: You know Malcolm, it's a great question- -and it sounds unusual to you because you're used to seeing your hometown media support your team. Whenever I go to other cities, it's a always a shock to me to hear that media people are actually positive about their pro team. That's how bad it is in Dallas.

Why that is, I really don't know, but it's a been a problem ever since the Cowboys first took the field in the 60's. I think it may simply be that there's just a lot of jealous, mean spirited writers who work for the Dallas media. Now, I do think there are some good writers in Dallas- Mickey Spagnola, and Jean Jacques Taylor are both very good columnists, and back up any criticism with well thought out reasoning. But other columnists go out of their way to create news and situations deliberately designed to hurt the team. Michael Irvin won a $1 million judgment against a Dallas TV station awhile back for libel and slander, and the reporter that broke the false story about him was fired. That's how bad it can be there.

If there's a lesson in this, it's that people who have no control over their own outcomes will go out of their way to bring others to their level of misery. Beware of this pattern of behavior in your friends, and especially in women you attract You want to be around people who seek to help others achieve success, not bring them down to their level of failure.


Hello John,

My name is . I am 34,atractive man, handsome, cooking, working, I like a Big woman Big booty, breast, hips, education, friendly, Fun O.K..LTR available or marriage. with special contract if a woman she has a house or Business. I live in MA .Have a nice day.

Thanks
VG

JA: Well, you're certainly further ahead than most guys are--you've taken the to sit down and write out what it is you want in a woman... which is one of the first things I teach. There are lots of women who fit your criteria, and if you have the proper information I suspect you'll attract as many as you want. I recommend my Ultimate Unlimited Lifetime of Power and Success with Women System--see http://www.johnalanis.com/ultimate_system.htm

On with the fun--

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

PS Are you ready to step up to the Big Leagues and lead a lifetime of power, success, and choice with women? Then go to http://www.johnalanis.com/ultimate_system.htm right now before this website is removed.

Posted by john at 10:30 AM