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How to Succeed with Men 5-6-03

Here is another email from nearly 10,000 + sent to the media over the last 7 years.  It was ‘this’ book that taught me to be ready for sex ’24 hours a day.’  But now that I’m a sex goddess having read 27 books on sex,  I would prefer a White sex god also

Doll

May 6, 2003

David Copeland

Ron Louis
Penguin Publishing

375 Hudson Street

New York, NY 10014

Re:            “How to Succeed with Men”

Chapter: Prepare to Meet Your Mate

P. 106, Rule Two: Be Playful

Dear Dave & Ron:

I am reading the above book, since I’ve been married twice and would like additional information about getting along better with men.  My first marriage, lasting 16 years, was almost perfect, he was the “Wind Beneath My Wings” and I was his “slave” in a wonderful sense.  Seeing that it failed, and a second marriage failed, well, you know the rule strike one, strike two, strike three and you’re out, I decided to seek advice.  I love to read to grow and enjoy life.  I think one dies not when the heart stops beating, but when the brain stops functioning, amongst other parts of the anatomy that I won’t mention at this time.  I know you may disagree that such a relationship isn’t healthy, but as the Bible says “Your ways are not Mine” sayeth the Lord.

Even the second marriage, although it didn’t last transformed the man that even his boss stated and I quote, “I’ve never seen such a transformation in a man, not by Alcoholics Anonymous, Therapies, Medication.  He’s a new man.  That man was so mean he would growl when he came in, now he smiles, whistles a tune and we are going to make him Union representative for the Teamsters Union.”

Since no one can possible agree with every word written down in a book, not even the Bible can be taken literally, I can compliment the parts that give excercises of saying hi to 6 men for 31 days.  Mathematically speaking that is 186 new men I’ve smiled at, talked to, been rejected by or said hello to.  Since I have never been a “bitchy” type, but more the “I Dream of Jeannie type” (they say I look like her), I am using your book for both new ideas and reinforcement of my own values.  I love, adore and practically worship men.  You may call it “weakness”; I call it my strength, though unrecognizable at this point in time.  I’ll never win a popularity contest of that I’m sure.

Since they call me downtown, Elvis(a), a female Elvis impersonator that has hand designed and hand sewn a Gold Lame Costume that sings “I Love Elvis” with every stitch and picture of him on my costume, along with 8 other Elvis costumes, I feel and think I need to educate you about Elvis.  Perhaps, in your next book, you can put him in a better light.  Since I believe you get further with honey than with vinegar, the Queen of Karaoke (as I’m also called) will fill this letter with her “honey”.

Here is the excerpt that I take exception with:

Rule Two:  Be Playful. We recently watched a forty-five year old woman meet a muscular twenty-eight year-old guy.  The woman, came in to pick up a food order and she commented to the guy about one of the felt paintings of Elvis on the wall.  He smiled, and joked with her about how silly the art looked.  They joked back and forth about it for several minutes, both having a good time.  Before she left he said, “It has been a pleasure meeting such a beautiful and lovely woman.”  She blushed and fanned herself with a menu, pretending that he had made her hot and bothered.  By being spontaneous and playful, she created an opening for him to talk to her.  She learned how to be playful and approachable, and consequently probably has men wanting to date and flirt with her regularly.  When you are playful, you can develop the same skills, and have similar results.”

I feel that if you had read 11 biographies like I just have you wouldn’t consider Elvis or the artwork, silly. You would have used Elvis in your book as the most romantic man that has ever trod this planet, both by his lovelife, and the choice of lyrics in his love songs.  Do you know that when I make love I have Elvis love records in the background.  I know that it was Col. Parker who agreed to have Elvis’s picture on everything from tubes of lipstick to “Black Velvet” paintings, but hadn’t he done that thorough of promotion, I doubt if we would have the Elvis phenomanea that has endured by 50 years.  Please check out the lyrics of “Black Velvet” following that I believe you are referring to as the “felt” painting. Elvis is still and always will be a legend.  When I say and sing “I Love Elvis” it is just symbolic of how I would like to love all men and am using your book as an avenue to help me do better.

I would suggest that you read three books:

(1)            Last Train to Memphis by Peter Guralnyk

(2) Careless Love by Peter Guralnyk

(3)            If I Can Dream by Larry Geller (Elvis’ hairdresser & mentor.)

I would like to think that even though Elvis had a great sense of humor, you will also see that calling him just “silly” and that making fun of him for several minutes would be conducive to finding a man, doesn’t seem realistic, or appropriate for the magnificent “King of Rock n Roll” Elvis Aron Presley.

If you have any questions, please contact me.

Yours Very Truly

  1. How to succeed with men? Just be your self, if they do not like who you are then so what? It is better to be single than in a bad relationship. See it is simple, no books, no films, no counselling.

    • I agree. But it seems there’s a World War III going on literally between the White male and female. It’s divide and conquer at it’s most sinister level. No white babies. My autobiography’s first quote is ” and God made them male and female.” I have to believe our instinct is stronger than what Jews’ 100% media did to us. I’ve never had Jew media, TV, radio, news, magazines. I never even had Jew entertainment as John Lennon, Beatles said, was a form of Jew “religion” but a business. Through singing karaoke I got a good whiff of what the Jews were trying to do especially in some of the best songs which people love and automatically dance to. Black Gloria Gaynor, “I Will Survive.” Women bashing men. Cher’s “Believe.” I would hope someday for a good relationship. Because of being a White slave for Jews not just in the USA, South Chicago, but Poland for 1000 years, I know the damage done. For example, as far back as 1025, 7 Jew banking families ruled all 7 Polish tribes. The banking isn’t the worst of it; they had us inner fighting. male / female, husband / wife, parent / child, siblings, neighbors, families with a tribe, tribes against each other. Tatars, Mongols, Muslims, Turks warring us, bombing our churches, castles, burning our land and crops, forcing our men into horrible bloody wars. Constantly, it was either war or rebuilding, than another war 1,000 years. But I was taught by Mama and sisters (family of 15) to treat a man well and have lots of babies. That’s the closest of relationships that wasn’t dependent on books, counseling, films. But I was a cook. Not a really good one. So I didn’t just keep being a bad or average cook, I took lessons over the course of the years, even chef lessons downtown Chicago, CHIC. I practiced with dinner parties for people especially to bring Whites together at a safe level. I still look to the internet today. I probably made 10,000 recipes since I rarely eat out and don’t eat processed food . . . ever. I’m going to the farm to get fresh goat’s milk for the first time. 45 minutes away. It makes me “feel” good to be close to nature. I think a relationship should be the same. One should “feel good” about being in it. As well as knowing each other supports and uplifts each other and not brings it down or lets it stagnant. Your thoughts?

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