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[Episode 35] CONTROVERSY!

[Episode 35] Controversy

THIS is only for the man who wants it all, and wants it all nowa very special offer from John Alanis that can change your life with women forever. This is normally reserved for those who just invested in one of my systems, but since you tuned into todays episode, Ill extend it to you:  

Hey Guys,
I sat bolt upright in bed, struck by the idea for the Ultimate Automatic Attraction System. Valentines Day was a month away. Ebay was hot. The internet was on fire. The media gobbled up every story they could about each of them individuallywhat if I gave them a story about all three at once?
Thats exactly what I did. I put myself up for auction on Ebay, allowing women to bid for me for a Valentines Day Date. Whatever the bid was, Id match it. If I went for $20, wed spent $40 on the date. If I went for $2500, Id match $2,500 and wed spend five large.
I sat down, wrote up a press release, then faxed it to every radio station, newspaper, and TV station I could. 
Then I waited.
I did not have to wait long. The press went CRAZY. Calls from radio stations poured in. Newspaper reporters started hounding me. Fox News even sent the story up to their national feed.
The week before Valentines Day, I spent every waking hour on the phone doing interview after interview. Dating sites contacted me begging me to promote them. Ebay yanked my auction, then relented after I faxed out yet another wave of press releases.
Controversy ensued. Talking heads (with obviously not much to do) started debating if this was in the spirit of Valentines Day, and if eBay should allow it. The more they talked, the more the story spread.
In this case, controversy was my friend.
Then the women started contacting me. They were intrigued, wanting to meet me. Everything was working as Id thought it would. This WAS the ultimate automatic attraction system.
Emails (with pictures attached) jammed my inbox. Suddenly, I had more women than I knew what to do with, from all over the country. I was a celebrity for a brief period of time, and they treated me like such.
As things were finally starting to die down, I received an email from a woman named Kara. She was from Washington State. Shed attached a picture, and a snarky email. She was hot. Really hot. And obvious smart. I could feel her energy crackle just by looking at her picture.
At the end of her email, she said two words that changed my life forever. They were simply
On with the fun,
-John Alanis
The King of Let em Come to You
PS   I saved a few of the newspaper articles, including the one Kara saw. You can check it out here:
It was a wild and crazy time in my life, but as you will see, it worked out very, very well in the end, although not in the way I expected it to.
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