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Wednesday
Mar222006

Pavlina's Million Dollar Wankfest

From the country that brought you the Invasion of Iraq and other sovereign nations we give you - The Million Dollar Experiment of some charlatan by the name of Pavlina. Basically he's saying spend a few minutes each day dreaming about coming into Big Money and we'll see if the universe provides or some such tosh. Here's his mantra -

"In an easy and relaxed manner, in a healthy and positive way, in its own perfect time, for the highest good of all, I intend $1,000,000 to come into my life and into the lives of everyone who holds this intention.

I fear the Hippie Movement is on us again.

"Several stories I’ve received are quite remarkable. Often within a day or two after joining the experiment, significant sums of money almost magically come into the person’s life. Many times I think, “Well, that could be just a coincidence, since it seems like this person was in a pretty good position to receive that money anyway.” But there have been other stories that have blown me away with such a string of unusual happenings that had to fall into place so perfectly in order for the person to receive the money. Several participants have won lotteries. Come to think of it, I actually won a raffle prize a few weeks ago, and I never win raffles."

Yeah and Santa Claus is alive and well and living at the North Pole. I refuse to link to this bullshit. Find it yourself. For someone who says he drives a 94 Pontiac with 154,000 miles on the clock and doesn't really care about money there's an awful lot of advertising on his sites - which he admits brings him four figures every month and contributes to his six figure income.

He signs off with if this information helps you, please leave a donation for the writer. And I guess there's plenty of morons from The Land of the Free who do just that. Why are you Americans so deluded?

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Reader Comments (2)

"I fear the Hippie Movement is on us again."

and the world would be a better one
March 22, 2006 | Unregistered Commentersykobuddha
Go hug a tree, Hippie.
March 22, 2006 | Registered CommenterMalcolm Lambe

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