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September 10, 2006

How I was shamed into succeeding with women!

Dear friends and subscribers,

I remember it like it was yesterday. It was my senior year in high school and I'd finally gotten the nerve to ask the woman I had a secret crush on to the prom. I screwed up my courage, and asked her point blank in third period Calculus. It seemed like an eternity as I sat there waiting for her to answer, hoping and praying she'd say yes, but getting a sinking feeling that she was going to reject me.

And she did reject me. Told me she "didn't think of me in that way," and that we should just be "good friends." You want to know the worst part? I knew she was lying to me. She didn't yet have a date and was waiting for a more "socially acceptable" guy to ask her. So much for "good friends"--last time I checked friends don't humiliate you in public.

I was so ashamed and embarrassed I vowed I would never let something like that happen to me ever again. No matter what it took, I would learn how to be successful with women! To read the story of how I finally achieved stunning success, with incredibly desirable women, go to http://www.johnalanis.com/ultimate_system.htm right now...


On with the fun....

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

PS I'm seriously considering removing this website soon, as I don't want these secrets in the hands of too many men. Don't hate yourself for missing out--to avoid disappointment, go to http://www.johnalanis.com/ultimate_system.htm

Posted by john at 04:13 PM

It's the most wonderful time of the year!

Hey guys,

Today is one of the greatest days in the calendar year--the opening Sunday of the NFL. Now we finally get to find out for real about every team in the league. How many interceptions with Brett Farve (the most overrated quarter back in NFL history) throw? How long will it be before Donovan McNabb is out for the season again because Fat Andy won't run the ball? Has Danny Snyder assembled yet another Redskins team that is a winner on paper, but a loser on the field?

All of these storylines and more is what makes the NFL by far the most attractive sport in the US. No other sport even comes close (especially not soccer).

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While the games themselves are spectacular, what makes the NFL head and shoulders above every other sport are the stories leading up to each game. Throughout the week each story is hyped up, amplified, and the anticipation is built up to the point where the NFL fan is about to burst come Sunday.

This is actually an important lesson in attraction: the building of interest and anticipation. Most men are oblivious to this--women are not. Men who are boring and predictable are not especially attractive.

Men who are interesting, exciting, and can build that excitement in a woman to the point she is about to burst are attractive. Most men have little interest in doing this because, hey, we're men--let's just get to the good stuff.

But when you actively take the time to build anticipation and excitement in a woman, you'll discover you actually enjoy the process... and when you do it enough you get pretty good at it. In fact, you start to look forward to it, and you focus more on the process than the outcome, which is vastly different from every other guy she meets. This, of course, makes it all the more exciting for her, and in the end for you too.

On with the fun....

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

PS Ready to step up to the Big Leagues and attract desirable women your friends think are out of reach? Go to http://www.johnalanis.com/ultimate_system.htm right now.

Posted by john at 10:10 AM