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February 14, 2007

You're about to miss out on a deal

As I told you yesterday, the prices on my "Secrets of Natural Attraction System" and my Gold Upgrade package are going to go up substantially, and they are going to do so literally hours from now. If you haven't yet invested in either, now is a good time to do so, at the current low rate.

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

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Posted by john at 01:35 PM

Why I like Valentine's Day

I don't think any other holiday is griped about, whined about, or bitched about more than Valentine's Day. All the male radio talk show hosts pee and moan about it, people have "anti-Valentine's Day parties," and hen pecked husbands whine about a "manufactured holiday."

Me? I don't have a problem with Valentine's Day--in fact, I always kind of liked it. Maybe it's because when I was a kid I got candy from my parents (and even more candy at school), but I never have had any problem with Valentine's Day.

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For a long time, I've lived my life free from the obligations others think they have. When the phone rings, they answer it. I don't. Because someone calls or emails they think they have to call or email them back. I don't. Because it's Valentine's Day, they think they have to go out and buy gifts or spend money. I don't.

Now, does that mean I don't do any of the above stuff? Of course not--I answer the phone, return call and emails, and spend money on Valentine's Day. But I do so because I want to, or it makes sense to me, not because of any imposed obligation.

To me Valentine's Day is just another day to spend time with the woman of your choice, enjoying your time together. That's really not that much different from any other day for me, except the media happens to focus on this one.

Just as you can choose the women you want to be with, you can choose how you spend today, free from any obligations whatsoever. It's just another opportunity to live the life you choose, not one that's chosen for you.

So, while all those other poor saps are trying to appease their wives, calling for last minute flowers so they stay out of the dog house, go live it up with the woman of your dreams, celebrating because you can, not just because it's Feb 14, 2007.

On with the fun...

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

PS Don't forget, the price on my Secrets of Natural Attraction System goes up at the end of Valentine's Day 2007--that's tonight! To get in on the current low rates, go to http://www.effortlesscommunication.com/enter.htm

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Posted by john at 08:25 AM