I am sorry Starvoyager but I think there is a big difference between treating someone and taking advantage of them. It sounds like you have bent over backwards for someone.....time for you to get a some flowers
hey how are u? just to let u know off the break I am not gay because I know u are wondering why is a female contacting me. I was viewing the site and the message board when I saw your pic and u stated that u were new back in 2002 have u had any luck finding a friend mate whatever, well I am new too, but I have not had any luck finding a match. So u are from France how is it over there I live in washington dc the nations capital. iammizzpretty at ahoo. you know what to finish up with. Speak at you later
your right Professor. You have described the type of millionaire I am looking for....not necessarilly a millionaire in $$$'s but a millionaire in heart. Gold doesn't have to be a color and a material object but a shinning within a persons soul that radiates far more then any $$ can. My blinders are off and the $$'s are not the big attraction. There is a post on this forum where a few women have described what they love about a man - and i don't remember reading one that said anything about $$$'s. Thanks, again for being the gentleman you obviously are in putting wise words for us.
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,
I'm not sure. I've been on this site for a few months with out any luck. I check in once every 3 months or when a message arrives. Recently I responded to an older guy (58) in my area. He alleged to be a business owner 5 times, living in 3 states and seeking a life partner. He sent me a few emails loaded with poor writing skills. In his last email he wrote condum, instead of condo. He gave me several telephone numbers, all which appeared to be cell phone numbers. When I spoke to him over the telephone, he was bragging that so many women call him for sex. I hung up and blocked him. I refer to this type as 'time wasters', which I quickly eliminate.
There probably are some legitimate
'millionaires' on this site. May I suggest joining a country club. Frequently I receive offers, but personally, I would never join one.
In my opioion, this web site is rather cheesy for $100k+ income individuals and millionaires, don't you think? Compared to some of the major dating sites, MM needs an extreme makeover.