millionaires who are on line Dating Wealthy Men / Women

  • View author's info posted on Nov 17, 2006 06:51


    jazmain your wrong I live in the south and I'm NOT a redneck (origina



















































































































































































































































































    jazmain your wrong I live in the south (originally from thr north) and I'm definately not a redneck
  • View author's info posted on Oct 21, 2006 21:59


    YOU BETTER WATCH WHAT YOU SAY OLD MAN. YOU JUST PROVED ME RIGHT, THERE ARE RED NECKS IN THE SOUTH!!!!!!!
  • View author's info posted on Sep 05, 2006 18:11


    Live simply so that others may simply live. Conservation is key. Additionally, everyone should contribute to a cause of their choice. Part of the journey has been the manifestation process, in particular the manifestation of abundance. Now is the time for true gratitude expressed through sharing and gifting. Give back what you have been given. Care-tend others outside of your immediate circle. Just because someone is halfway around the world does not negate your responsibility. You cannot say you did not know. It is on the TV every night, in every newspaper and magazine. There is no excuse. Inidividually, we need to follow the lead of visionaries who are already donating such as the Newmans, Oprah Winfrey, Mr. and Mrs Bill Gates, Warren Buffet, and numerous others.

    This process of donating and distributing your abundance is also the learning tool. It is a Universal principle that one gains more through gifting. Once you have mastered the process of manifestation through attraction and greater lovingness, there is no poverty, no loss, no shortage. Everything will come to you as you need it in the appropriate space and time. When you master the process, sharing and gifting will accelerate the flow and draw even more abundance to you.

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  • View author's info posted on Jul 24, 2006 14:21


    Bonnie88 write:
    HI folks,
    Arriving in the USA , ETA 11.15 AM Monday , 17 July. Anyone near the New CAnaan CT area may communicate with me if want to be wooed. Will be around there for about a month.

    So will test out how equal this ERA for woe-men are in the great USA..lol
    The chase has begun , already 2 responses in the bag..any more fish swimming around the CT pond will be warned of this tricky bait..lol


    Come and wooeeee me Bonnie. I might waive my fees just for you. Those CT fellers are probably just like those english fellers. Yankees are no good, wouldn't wish them on anyone. You need to get down south where the real men are.
    lol
  • View author's info posted on Jul 24, 2006 04:01


    I believe you can love a man with our without money. Its not a matter
    of what he has but what he brings to the table as a whole including
    mind and soul and if he happens to have money fine but as long as he
    doesnt let it rule his life. I personally dont want a man that feels
    his TOYS are more important than treating a woman with love and
    respect. Money cant buy love but it can buy heartache.
  • View author's info posted on Jul 21, 2006 08:26


    Right on!
  • View author's info posted on Jul 17, 2006 21:49


    >>>>>..Without traditional values a man has no character. Without character a man simply doesn't exist,hence he has no value on himself or society let alone a woman.Rich, poor or middle of the road,men without tradition lack manners and therefore have no class.Ironically, these type of men are what most women it seems gravitate towards. Go figure... <<<<<

    I think my problem is those kind of men gravitate toward me...but know I can recognize it...

    wish could find more men that are true men of character and values....
  • View author's info posted on Jul 16, 2006 11:27


    BlueEyz2006 write:
    silverT write:
    Its not the money you have, but how you use it. I have the means to spoil a pamper a woman, but would rather have a meaningful relationship where both contribute to the relationship.


    Stated differently, "it's not having what you want, it's wanting what you have"


    Well well well, that is a very nice pic Mister BlueEyz2006.
    I don
    t ask mutch, all I want for cristmas is you.
  • View author's info posted on Jul 15, 2006 00:53


    HI folks,
    Arriving in the USA , ETA 11.15 AM Monday , 17 July. Anyone near the New CAnaan CT area may communicate with me if want to be wooed. Will be around there for about a month.

    So will test out how equal this ERA for woe-men are in the great USA..lol
    The chase has begun , already 2 responses in the bag..any more fish swimming around the CT pond will be warned of this tricky bait..lol
  • View author's info posted on Jul 13, 2006 02:01


    sharp1 write:
    robtest write:

    wwww123456 write:

    This is BS Sharp. I charge people to come see me, and they pay all of my expenses while visiting, plus my "service" fee. UgottaGetwiththetimes. Women now have to do the courting - we men are now liberated.
    lololol




    Yes, you must have missed the post y2k memo that went out. After trying it the other way for over 2000 years, now the women are supposed to do the courting and paying. You gals wanted equal rights, well you got em!!! :o)

    Hey Rob you've got it all wrong. You are talking about the extremists that are feminists. I agree with equal rights when a woman is doing the same job as a man. BUT I still like the traditional roles of a man & woman, such as a man to open my doors for me, pull out my chair, carry my bags, and in return I will be the gracious lady he expects me to be...doing all the female kinds of things...can't think of any off the top of my head, but I'm sure there are some...oh yes, cook a nice meal, but of course now-a-days so many men cook I just know he'd want to help out! lol


    Sharp, you are not going to win this one, no matter how many microwave meals you wave in front of us. Men have new rights -- its our turn -- now pay up.

    ps, tail wagging won't work either.

    lolol
  • View author's info posted on Jul 12, 2006 10:00


    sharp1 write:
    wwww123456 write:
    sharp1 write:
    " 4. A gentleman pays for the phone calls, the travel expenses, the dinners, and whatever other costs are involved in developing a relationship. Men on this site who claim to be millionaires but are unwilling to incur these expenses are not worthy of your attention. I realize this is a traditional attitude and is not "politically correct," but gentlemanliness is itself a traditional attitude, and there is value in tradition.
    Regards to all,
    Arnie "
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    Great post, didn't quote all, as much of what you wrote I too have posted in the past. As a woman I have not felt comfortable posting your 4th pt, so glad you did, and you said it so well. I just wanted to reiterate it.

    I might be able to afford more than some men I meet, but just because I can, does not mean I should have to forego the 'tradition' of being courted. If a relationship blossoms, a woman will more than make up for those expenses incurred during the courtship!


    This is BS Sharp. I charge people to come see me, and they pay all of my expenses while visiting, plus my "service" fee. UgottaGetwiththetimes. Women now have to do the courting - we men are now liberated.
    lololol


    Well! That answers the question why I'm still single! lol


    Yes, you must have missed the post y2k memo that went out. After trying it the other way for over 2000 years, now the women are supposed to do the courting and paying. You gals wanted equal rights, well you got em!!! :o)
  • View author's info posted on Jul 11, 2006 18:29


    sharp1 write:
    " 4. A gentleman pays for the phone calls, the travel expenses, the dinners, and whatever other costs are involved in developing a relationship. Men on this site who claim to be millionaires but are unwilling to incur these expenses are not worthy of your attention. I realize this is a traditional attitude and is not "politically correct," but gentlemanliness is itself a traditional attitude, and there is value in tradition.
    Regards to all,
    Arnie "
    ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

    Great post, didn't quote all, as much of what you wrote I too have posted in the past. As a woman I have not felt comfortable posting your 4th pt, so glad you did, and you said it so well. I just wanted to reiterate it.

    I might be able to afford more than some men I meet, but just because I can, does not mean I should have to forego the 'tradition' of being courted. If a relationship blossoms, a woman will more than make up for those expenses incurred during the courtship!


    This is BS Sharp. I charge people to come see me, and they pay all of my expenses while visiting, plus my "service" fee. UgottaGetwiththetimes. Women now have to do the courting - we men are now liberated.
    lololol
  • View author's info posted on Jul 08, 2006 23:43


    SWEETCAN write:
    Of course we're all here looking for a millionare - if you weren't you'd join a normal dating website.


    Are you insinuating millionaires aren't normal?

    The other dating sites have millionaires as members too, but THIS dating site almost guarantees a very intelligent, worldly, sophisticated and sharp-witted sort of member, both male and female. THAT'S why many people, especially myself, are here ... not just for the potential money factor.
  • View author's info posted on Jun 25, 2006 19:57


    BlueEyz2006 write:
    sdlawprofessor write:
    I'm a professor of law and spent 18 years in the trenches as a business litigator with major law firms. Based on my experience, several comments in this thread seem to me particularly useful: 1. Being a "millionaire" doesn't mean being a big spender or having a lot of money to spend. The big spenders don't remain big spenders for long unless they are exceedingly fortunate. So-called "millionaires" whose money is tied up in highly leveraged real estate have paper profits but little cash and often-punishing mortgage payments, and could be wiped out easily if the real estate "bubble" bursts. 2. "Millionaire" is not synonymous with "manners" or "mindfulness." Lots of crude, rude, and not particularly intelligent people become millionaires. One can be a millionaire due to inheritance, luck, or a good lawyer.
    3. Lots of millionaires behave like ordinary folks, dress in an ordinary fashion, and spend their money wisely. It is legendary that Sam Walton, founder of Wal-Mart, didn't even have an office, he occupied a cubicle like everyone else.
    4. A gentleman pays for the phone calls, the travel expenses, the dinners, and whatever other costs are involved in developing a relationship. Men on this site who claim to be millionaires but are unwilling to incur these expenses are not worthy of your attention. I realize this is a traditional attitude and is not "politically correct," but gentlemanliness is itself a traditional attitude, and there is value in tradition.
    Regards to all,
    Arnie


    Well said Arnie, from one law professor to another! It's not just the money, it's the quality of the man.

    You both are very right,cant agree more!
  • View author's info posted on Jun 23, 2006 03:29


    Of course we're all here looking for a millionare - if you weren't you'd join a normal dating website.
  • View author's info posted on Jun 22, 2006 20:58


    silverT write:
    Its not the money you have, but how you use it. I have the means to spoil a pamper a woman, but would rather have a meaningful relationship where both contribute to the relationship.


    Stated differently, "it's not having what you want, it's wanting what you have"
  • View author's info posted on Jun 22, 2006 19:56


    Its not the money you have, but how you use it. I have the means to spoil a pamper a woman, but would rather have a meaningful relationship where both contribute to the relationship.

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  • View author's info posted on Jun 16, 2006 08:43


    yes, i know one for sure
  • View author's info posted on Jun 15, 2006 16:02


    HI FROM BRASIL FOR ALL... I AM The LOVE SEARCH...

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  • View author's info posted on Jun 03, 2006 12:55


    Well said...you would think that these values would be obvious...I have money myself...lot's of "millionaire" friends, as well as non-millionaire friends. From what I see going on in some of my millionaire friends homes and families...I could easily assume money makes you stupid. That is mean I know...but I see just as many pathetic sad family struggles...in some ways almost worse than..."poor folk". I guess sometimes you want to give children everything because maybe you didn't have everything...but most of what I see in these cases are spoiled lazy people who don't have or take time to tend to they're children the way children need to be tended to...with your time and guidence.
    Just thought I'd share that...:)
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