millionaires who are on line Dating Wealthy Men / Women

  • 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...:)
  • View author's info posted on May 20, 2006 14:17


    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.
  • View author's info posted on Dec 09, 2005 02:02


    I LOOK AT SOMEONE FOR WHO THEY ARE NOT HOW MUCH THEY MAKE ...

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  • View author's info posted on Nov 20, 2005 23:06


    wwwww is right.it's all in where you live.some of youre power billsalone would pay all my household bills.i built ten years ago it cost me 65000 land inclued .my bills are less than 15% of my income.grant it its 40 miles to walmart but hey
  • View author's info posted on Nov 20, 2005 19:52


    its kinda sad...to hear that other ppl start 2 like sum 1 else from the outside just cuz of their money...happend to me in the past had bad experiences...well it was just 2 months ago ended my 2 year relationship..my dad owns a steel industry i know he got money but in my entire life i have always lived an avg persons life..nothing big maybe 1 or 2 but nothing too special like till Now! i sleep on the floor on a matress i donno i just cant sleep on a bed on top..:\ well i hope to find good ppl around here i guess
  • View author's info posted on Oct 28, 2005 20:47


    BlakChik, I think it might be his great personality.

    lololol
    BlakChik, I think it might be his great personality.

    lololol
  • View author's info posted on Oct 26, 2005 13:49


    I cant get the site to let me buy a membership? my hotmal is smart_parrot
    I cant get the site to let me buy a membership? my hotmal is smart_parrot
  • View author's info posted on Oct 24, 2005 12:20


    marriage minded here anyone elase contact me would love to get to know someone interested in the same no games just soulmates!
    marriage minded here anyone elase contact me would love to get to know someone interested in the same no games just soulmates!
  • View author's info posted on Oct 11, 2005 17:17


    wwww. i love your views, you are so funny, and you are sssooo right, who knows who is a millionaire, it could be the toothless, no english speeking neighbor. to the ball cap wearing blonde in the grocery store?
  • View author's info posted on Oct 10, 2005 19:20


    This might be another millionaire female.


    lol

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  • View author's info posted on Oct 10, 2005 19:19


    Here is how you can recognize a millionaire. The female, of course.


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  • View author's info posted on Oct 09, 2005 16:48



    blondeindian write:
    no females with money on here is kinda right, i have friends on her from my area who are wealthy females. I am not wealthy, but i work everyday and i get by very well, i look rich by the way i carry myself. i am a great person and i would like to see the posts more honest about if you have money or not. i think it is only fair, to everyone. i would post my income, but the point is are you a good person wanting a better life with a kool guy/girl? money will make a difference, only if you let it....

    Its always nice to see a honest lady on here,thanks.
  • View author's info posted on Oct 05, 2005 18:13


    I remember a few years back MM would require sometype of financial proof to validate millionaires and certify them as such. I wish they would go back to that format,it would eliminate many of these so-called millionaires,doctors,attorneys,pyschothterapists,poets,ect. I for one would be certified, I only know of a few men on here that would be also, no females.
  • View author's info posted on Sep 21, 2005 19:33


    HI there very new at this....millionaires are entertaining to say the least....I have a few friends not from this site at all but just friends through my travels....and quite honestly the ones that have been borne with money are the nicest the ones that have earned thier money are the cheapest...have no manners and have nothing in common with the ones that were borne millionaires. Look at Donald Trump now he is beyond millionaire I know but his tastes is so taky..that hideous hair....you think he would have hair transplants..plugs what ever they are called...all he is interested in is quoting prices and how valuable one item is or how he acquired it..a true millionaire knows and knows not to be so tastesless.
  • View author's info posted on Sep 08, 2005 03:57


    hey Cub, i have to find the 500? one ... for the moment i prefer the 100? which one do u want???....LOL
  • View author's info posted on Sep 07, 2005 15:49


    Just in case that didn't cheer you up, hope this does..

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  • View author's info posted on Sep 07, 2005 15:48


    and theres more...

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  • View author's info posted on Sep 07, 2005 15:47



    StarVoyager 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

    I have a beef with item #4...I qualify and then some on all fronts and I can tell you from expensive experience and ten years worth of trial and error that I now limit my investment into a relationship. I've been in a 3.5 year long LDR with a woman down under who is still to be divorced and after investing 6 figures into travel and dinners and gifts and even paying her legal bills , I'm no further on with her than I was 3.5 years ago.Hence, I'm on MM to probe the possibility of someone new although I don't need someone wealthy, it would be nice NOT to have to be the one to ALWAYS spring for every single thing that someone wants.It would be nice to just once meet a nice girl that may want to take me out or call me or even send me flowers.Quid Pro Quo, Quid Pro Quo is my new mantra.

    Well just because you deserve and need a treat..for you!

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  • View author's info posted on Sep 07, 2005 04:55


    the 2 ? coin....LOL

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  • View author's info posted on Sep 07, 2005 04:54


    the 200?

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