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Here is where I will post my most commonly asked questions I get in my e-mail.

Q)  Are you single?

A)  My status shouldn't matter since I don't meet people online for personal relationships and I don't make exceptions.

Q)  Can we meet in person?

A)  Only if you are willing to meet a friend or family member first.  9-10 offers I get for "legitimate" work turn out to be bogus once I ask the individual to first meet with someone else.  I'm not so stupid as to show up thinking you need me to do something constructive when instead getting into my pants is all you have in mind.

Q)  Would you be willing to move abroad?

A)  I cannot.  My family is here and they need me.  Even if I had the means to move abroad, I couldn't just up and go.  There is too much here that I'm responsible for that can only be done by me.

Q)  Why did you do this site?

A)  I have strong opinions and I want to express them.  It's the same as anyone else out there with a blog site.  Hopefully I can make a positive difference in the lives of women (and even some men) who read about my life and see how I deal with problems.  I hope it helps to educate them in how they may approach their own problems.

Q)  What are your goals for the site?

A)  Hopefully to have thousands of daily readers or at least those who check back once or twice each week.

Q) Why did you work in a call center?

A) Jobs here are hard to find.  Most of my friends work here too, so it's not all bad.  Plus I don't take many calls since I function more as a trainer and a consultant.  If I took many calls personally, I'd probably lose my mind.  Obviously I could find a higher paying job working in the "grey" areas around here, but then I'd lose my self-respect.  To some people, pride is more important as well as getting up in the morning and being able to look at yourself in the mirror.

Q) Who takes your pictures? 

A)  I get them done at studios near my residence.  It's a hobby of mine to take photos now that I'm in shape after busting my butt for months in the gym.  Future photos will be also from the studio as well as digital camera pictures I'll use to help me narrate my life.

Q) Do you have a book of a similar title of your website?

A) Nope.  That book was by a writer by the name of Vickie Nam.  I hope to inspire young women (and even men) like she attempted to do before.  My goal is to help people overcome their shyness and learn that while the world looks complicated, it really is not so.

Q) Why do you bash activists and lawyers?

99% of people in the world are simple and wish to live in peace.  That peace is usually disrupted by the greedy, the criminals, the activists, and the(ir) lawyers.  Actually, all four usually are indistinguishable, at least to me.  Again, this is a generalization.  There are honest lawyers in the world, but I've met only one so far...most I know have cheated or destroyed the lives of both their clients and those people they've been tasked to chase.  There are also well-meaning activists.  But the ones I've met in my life tend to shout down their opponents, or use lawyers to strong-arm and intimidate to get their way.  I believe that everything can be worked out with negotiation...depending, of course, on the fact that both parties are mature and intelligent.  The key is the word "negotiation".  People tell me that I sound like a veiled activist.  I'll say that yes, I do share many views that modern activists may jump for, but the problem is that the issue is never that "cut and dry".  There's always two sides to every story, and once many activists understand that you should be careful what you wish for, it's too late because they've caused more harm than good in "fixing" the problem.  As temped as I am sometimes to denounce something and start marching in the streets, cooler heads prevail and I realize that I'm only standing in the way of things being worked out on their own due to public opinion.  If activists try to force the issue, often times their cause is branded by the public as one reserved for the patrons of the nut-house.  Instead of the problem fixing itself, the problem becomes worse than it ever was before...all out of spite.  In addition, those who often act in an activist manner leads them to be on the receiving end of investigations and accusations through the people that they oppose.  Almost everyone has a skeleton in their closet, and your cause is not worth your life...at least not mine anyway.  I can't do any good if I'm dead.

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I'm writing this little blurb in protest on my pages to bring attention to the new Cybercrime Prevention Act.  It's designed to put a stop to ladies who make money working as sexy webcam women while putting their shows on websites that are visible online in the Philippines.  Well...that's the COVER story. Then there's the part about libel and blah blah blah.  It's just a bunch of busy-body bureaucratic bullshit from a gang of thugs and hypocrites that are running a "beta-test" for the West (who plan to do the same thing later after they see the outcome) if you ask me.  Even if you don't ask me, you know where you can stick my opinion if you don't like it.  I am really tired with these gangs with flags.  The most ironic part is that these criminals in government are attempting to outlaw something that they hold most dear.  Never forget, "Justice" = "Just US"...not THEM (you and me).  Dammit.  And here I was trying not to raise my blood pressure by blogging again...

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