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Posted on Mon, Feb 27, 2006 09:33

Angyson write:
He's a mental case.

He was'nt mental! He is a scammer!!! He just wants to get paid.

  
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Posted on Wed, Feb 22, 2006 09:23

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Tasha1978 write:

Angyson write:
he could be a mental case.

He wanted money!!! You can see it. I would have never sent a dime in a million years, I don't care what anyone says, death, jail, homeless whatever.

Tasha you are right!!! do not send any, and I repeat any money to these jokers...

I know , I can do bad all by myself lol..but it's not my choice.

  
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Posted on Wed, Feb 22, 2006 09:22

unsnaggedeagle write:
Tasha1978 write:

Angyson write:
he could be a mental case.

He wanted money!!! You can see it. I would have never sent a dime in a million years, I don't care what anyone says, death, jail, homeless whatever.

Tasha you are right!!! do not send any, and I repeat any money to these jokers...

I know , I can do bad all by myself lol....

  
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Posted on Sun, Feb 19, 2006 22:03

Tasha1978 write:

Angyson write:
he could be a mental case.

He wanted money!!! You can see it. I would have never sent a dime in a million years, I don't care what anyone says, death, jail, homeless whatever.

Tasha you are right!!! do not send any, and I repeat any money to these jokers...



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Posted on Sun, Feb 19, 2006 09:33

Angyson write:
he could be a mental case.

He wanted money!!! You can see it. I would have never sent a dime in a million years, I don't care what anyone says, death, jail, homeless whatever.

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Posted on Sat, Feb 11, 2006 14:13

HELLO, I AM FIRENZE FROM MEXICO I STARTED CHATING WITH EMIL01, HIS NAME IS JOHN EMIL FROM KENTUCKY, THEN HE WAS A GENTLEMAN, THEN HE TOLD ME THAT HE HAD TO TRAVEL TO GHANA FOR BUSSINESS TRAVEL, WHEN HE WAS IN GHANA HE TOLD THAT I AM HIS WIFE ,I NEVER SAW HIM IN PERSON, HE ASKED ME TO CALL THERE BECAUSE HE PAID 45000 DLS OF TAXES AND HE NEEDS 2800 FOR CLEARED THE CARS, THEN I CALL TO ONE MAN HE TOLD ME HE WAS IN THE PORT DUONE AND I TOLD HIM JOHN WAS AN HONEST MAN, AND THIS MAN ASKED ME $250 DLS FOR CLEAR THE CARS OF MY HUSBAND AND I SEND IT, BECAUSE I THOUGHT POOR HE IS GOING TO LOOSE A LOT OF MONEY, WITH THIS ALL WILL BE OK FOR THE TAXES, AND AFTER ONE WEEK THIS MAN CALLED ME AND ASKED ME 2800 DLS. AGAIN BECAUSE HE TOLD ME THAT MY HUSBAND WAS IN JAIL FOR BUY GOLD, I TOLD HIM THAT I HAVE NO MONEY AND CALLED TO THE AMERICAN EMBASSY OR BRITISH BECAUSE MY SUPOSSED HUSBAND TOLD ME THAT HE BORNED IN LONDON, AND THEY CONTINUE CALLING ME AT MIGHNIGHT OR 4 O'CLOCK IN THE MORNING ASKING ME FOR MONEY SINCE I TOLD HIM OK SHOW ME THE PAPERS OF THE JAIL AND WHY HE IS LEAVING IN A POLICE HOUSE THE CALLS STOPS. PLEASE BECAREFUL WITH JOHN EMIL, BUT BEFORE THIS THE OTHER MAN CALLED ME AND ASK ME MY NUMBER OF MY COUNT BANK BECAUSE HE TOLD ME THAT HIS BUS LEND HIM 30000 DLS BUT IN TRAVELER CHEKS AND THE POLICE DON'T ACCEPT I DIDN'T GAVE TO HIM HE WANTED TO SEND ME THE MONEY AND I RETURNING IN DOLARS BUT CASH, SINCE 3 WEEKS AGO THEY STOP CALLING. JOHN EMIL HAS 52 YEARS, BLONDE, HE LOOKS HONEST MAN DON'T BELIEVE HIM. BE CAREFUL.

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Posted on Sat, Feb 11, 2006 13:54

lonelysingleguy1972 write:
Hmm.

If he agreed to meet with you and didn't show up there are literally thousands of possible reasons.

I won't pretend to know what happened, but I will tell you what I would be thinking.

I would be extremely nervous to actually meet someone I thought I knew online. I am not someone who believes you can truly know someone by conversing through written correspondence alone.

I think as humans we create an idea of someone; no, not just appearance. The sound of their voice, the smell of their hair, figures of speech, facial expressions, everything.

I would be extremely apprehensive to meet someone and have them not live up to that idea I've built in my head; or to not live up to their idea of me.

Yeah, I guess I am that shy. Perhaps I should seek more adventure and strive to try something different. But I know me, and I know I'd be second guessing the decision all the way to the meeting point .. and I might even succeed at backing out.

My mother wouldn't have removed my internet priviledges, my wife wouldnt have caught me, although I would have been shocked if such a stunning woman had been interested enough to meet me.

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Posted on Sun, Feb 05, 2006 16:39

Stephy, hey I am from Mobile btw. Anyhow just wanted to say that he is not the only guy on MM. Second don't make him think you are a stalker. He probably did'nt wanna meet because everything he said was a lie. Look at it as a blessing in disguise.

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Posted on Fri, Jan 27, 2006 18:34

Also, honeys, be weiry of Merlin2003, was Hardeen previuosly, "the magician looking for his soul mate." Well until I went to visit him and figured out he is engaged and living with "Bobbie" for 4 years. It appears he does this sort of thing quit a bit. I contacted her and then he made up this outrageous story for her, that I must have gotten her name and number somehow, and that he was going to call the police and FBI and report me. Go ahead, I'd love to talk to them about your activities.

Beside the same deal with the photos, he has a double belly and is about 50 pounds overweight. But mostly he's an engaged total liar. Also very quick on the marraige, soulmate, move to CA and be committed thing.

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Posted on Mon, Jan 16, 2006 18:46

Well, it would be extremely rude not to show up after taking it as far as arranging a meeting.

It is even more rude to not explain yourself afterwards.



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Posted on Mon, Jan 16, 2006 08:35

lonelysingleguy1972 write:
Hmm.

If he agreed to meet with you and didn't show up there are literally thousands of possible reasons.

I won't pretend to know what happened, but I will tell you what I would be thinking.

I would be extremely nervous to actually meet someone I thought I knew online. I am not someone who believes you can truly know someone by conversing through written correspondence alone.

I think as humans we create an idea of someone; no, not just appearance. The sound of their voice, the smell of their hair, figures of speech, facial expressions, everything.

I would be extremely apprehensive to meet someone and have them not live up to that idea I've built in my head; or to not live up to their idea of me.

Yeah, I guess I am that shy. Perhaps I should seek more adventure and strive to try something different. But I know me, and I know I'd be second guessing the decision all the way to the meeting point .. and I might even succeed at backing out.

My mother wouldn't have removed my internet priviledges, my wife wouldnt have caught me, although I would have been shocked if such a stunning woman had been interested enough to meet me.


Some shyness is understood. Even after meeting dozens and dozens over the years, I still feel some of that anxiety.

The question is how rude would you be about it. Would you simply disappear for ever, or would you call to appologize to the person who's time you have wasted and whose heart strings you have played needlessly???



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Posted on Fri, Jan 13, 2006 19:45

Hmm.

If he agreed to meet with you and didn't show up there are literally thousands of possible reasons.

I won't pretend to know what happened, but I will tell you what I would be thinking.

I would be extremely nervous to actually meet someone I thought I knew online. I am not someone who believes you can truly know someone by conversing through written correspondence alone.

I think as humans we create an idea of someone; no, not just appearance. The sound of their voice, the smell of their hair, figures of speech, facial expressions, everything.

I would be extremely apprehensive to meet someone and have them not live up to that idea I've built in my head; or to not live up to their idea of me.

Yeah, I guess I am that shy. Perhaps I should seek more adventure and strive to try something different. But I know me, and I know I'd be second guessing the decision all the way to the meeting point .. and I might even succeed at backing out.

My mother wouldn't have removed my internet priviledges, my wife wouldnt have caught me, although I would have been shocked if such a stunning woman had been interested enough to meet me.



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Posted on Thu, Jan 12, 2006 12:47

I agree 100%-the most frustrating thing about this medium(internet) is actually how "disposable" people become (ie if I don't like this one I'll click another one) before you even have a chance at getting to know one another. Sad but true!

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Posted on Thu, Jan 12, 2006 04:56

stephy25 write:
sdlawyerman agrees to meet yada yada but then just doesnt talk anymore. I dotn get why people are like this I actually tried to look up his profile but nothing comes up now

He must be gay, i'd pay attention to you,wink.



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Posted on Wed, Jan 11, 2006 09:13

I don't know how a person could get to know someone on here for the simple fact they can put anything down for you to believe them.. Its in meeting them and talking to them that you will see them for who they really are. I say don't get to carried away until they call or come to see you and then you can take it from there. And still you have to be somewhat observant of a person. That is just my opinion and I'm sticking to it...

  


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Posted on Tue, Jan 10, 2006 23:05

ALSO be careful of HOTDOC32!!!! Really nice guy I suppose, moves WAY too quickly with the falling "in love" and marriage ideas! When he got off the plane....NOT the same guy in the photos AT ALL! Atleast 10yrs older and just completely different! My sister and friends ran a background check and he isn't or hasn't EVER been a plastic surgeon as he said nor lived in the places he said, etc etc etc! OVER IT!



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Posted on Fri, Dec 30, 2005 04:58

I completely agree with you Redhead..it was totally about him, easy to type lies to some unknown individual, certainly another to lie into thier eyes. You would think men our age would have learned by now the affects playing games can have on an open soul.

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Posted on Fri, Dec 30, 2005 04:05

Lots of good potential answers! Most elude to he was not being totally honest about himself (okay, let's call it what it really is: lying)and in meeting you he would have to deal with that so he chose the easy way out.

You'll never really know why he disappeared. I call them "Magicians". In this situation, it is truly about them, not you. Let it go and move on. If he's got the cahoonies to actually come back (with some lame excuse), shut the door! If he did it once, he'll do it again.



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Posted on Thu, Dec 29, 2005 14:18

brwneydhunk write:
Could be his mother took his computer away from him!

Right on!!



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Posted on Mon, Dec 26, 2005 14:46

Could be his mother took his computer away from him!



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