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    More people need to read this material. I respect women and their rights. I need to find a sponsor or company who would like to own Lets Meet TV Show. Women need a safer option when looking for romance on the Internet. The Lets Meet TV Show will save many women from getting sexually assaulted, raped or even murdered. I personally don't want my grandchildren going on Internet social networking sites or dating websites looking for romance.
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    Saul M. Detofsky

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    I also own over 500 hundred other Internet domains for most major large countries in the world, Spanish, Chinese, Japanese, German, French, Croatian and Hindi. Let's Meet TV Show has zero competition in the entire world with this new interactive TV mantra. Television still reins supremacy over the Internet and will out trump any website caveat since it is reliable without all the extra costs like monthly Internet service, costly computer, hardware upgrades, PC repairs, high security risks and date rapes and related crimes from meeting Internet strangers and other scams.

    Copyright © 2006 Let's Meet TV ShowRegistered - WGA-west # 1100090

    Executive Summary

    Lets Meet TV Show (LM), has designed a new and unique people meeting forum [social network] that can be seen by anyone with a TV, PDA, mobile cell phone and computer at no expense [if the PC is working]. The LM brand is a recession-proof concept that was designed to bring people together solely on TV's broadcast platform. Lets Meet TV Show’s interactive mantra is the epitome of Interactive meeting in today’s society culminating the inherit safety features only found on TV’s public domain.
    Lets Meet (LM) separates’ itself from all other traditional and modern forms of meeting people and introduction like friends, school, work, matchmakers, personal ads, night clubs and now the risky online social networking Internet dating sites. Once a TV viewer registers to become a LM member they can meet the most amount of people in the shortest amount of time with creditability like no other venue in the world.
    LM viewers go though real-time in person screening process as a prerequisite to becoming a LM member that simplifies the meeting process by bringing people together in the public domain arena.
    LM membership opens up a new a dimension as the world’s premiere Interactive social network entitling any registered member to immediately contact another member that they see on their television, PDA and mobile cell phone.
    LM gives women a safer option of meeting without the Internet fear factor (high risk of being scammed, raped or even murdered). Less than 8% of women that are raped never report it to the authorities. Last year the FBI reported over 280 thousand fraud and miscellaneous sexual abuse cases from Internet cyber crime ***ices nationwide.
    LM will have a higher ratio of women joining than the Internet because of the safer environment since all LM members are pre-screened and registered before they meet. On the Internet the ratio is as low 30 % to as high 70 % men. With a higher ratio of women joining there will be many more men joining too.
    LM is the reverse of Americas Most Wanted TV show, by John Walsh. Honest people don't have to hide their identity like on the Internet.
    LM members will benefit from the high TV visual exposure. Modeling, talent and entertainment agencies and even a Hollywood casting director might even discover a new star.
    LM will be simulcast to its website domain http://www.LETSMEETTVSHOW.COM
    where it can be seen 24 hours a day. All LM members and professional agencies worldwide will then have access to download color portraits from the LM website.
    LM women members will enjoy meeting new friends in comfortable atmosphere since they know every male member was personally screened. Men will benefit since their dates will be relaxed hence making a better date too. LM will be seen by many more millions of people since it will be more accessible to everybody rather than just solely seen on the Internet.
    LM performs a public service on television showcasing people in 100 million homes everyday saving people a great deal of time and money searching for new friends and romance. Who doesn’t want to be in love! People who have computers don’t have to rely on their PC working since everyone has a least one working television.
    LM will have most of the 44% of the singles market share of over 120 million singles in the US since most people still find at least at least 8 hours a week to watch TV. Singles will find LM surfing with their remote control and parents will give free word of mouth advertising after finding LM between the long commercial breaks, and then will tell their single children about a new way to meet new friends rather than the night clubs excreta.
    LM Show is an interactive social network designed for TV that does in person real-time screening as a prerequisite to becoming member unlike the Internet. There are over two thousand US based social networking and dating websites on the Internet that don’t do any in person screening for the protection of its members. Unlike the risky Internet LM out trumps all the social and dating websites since it has so many inherent built in safety features because it is seen on TV.
    LM TV membership is $99.00 per every three months plus a $1.00 fee per minute to hear the profile and $2.00 per minute to leave the message to get a return call. Within a short amount of time LM membership will self generate like a snowball / domino effect unlike Internet. There is also an optional mobile application. The 1stCHOICEON.MOBI brand will cost LM members $29.00 per month extra and $1.00 fee per minute to hear the profile they choose and $2.00 per minute to leave the message for that person they selected to get a return call. The mobile network will be aired 24/7. Once the LM is ready to be aired on TV it will shown on mobile content first one week before it gets aired on TV. Anyone who purchases the mobile plan will get the pick of the litter / cream of the crop of the new members one week before they are showcased on TV. Within months of the television broadcast men will be able to view 1000 women per hour and women will be able to view 1000 men in the palm of their hands 24 hours a day and pick who ever they want to meet. Within a year of LM being aired nationally there will be 24 thousand men per day on a woman’s mobile App and 24 thousand women on a man’s mobile App. From the cell phone you first select who you are attracted too. Listen to their profile then choose the person you want to leave a message for. Leave a nice message so the person will want to call you back.
    LM will be regional starting in Atlanta, GA then will spread out and putting a turnkey operation in every major metropolitan city in the US.
    The prestigious Lets Meet TV Show (LM) was conceptualized & founded by
    Thank you,
    Saul M. Detofsky
    Copyrighted 2006 Registered-WGA-West
    Let's Meet TV Show, Saul M. Detofsky
    Founder & President
    (321) 751-6963


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    *Mobile App*
    Copyright © 2006 Lets Meet TV ShowRegistered - WGA-west # 1100090
    The Lets Meet TV Show (LM) will be simulcast as Lets Meet is on the air. If anyone person misses the show or didn’t record LM they can go to their PC if it is in working order LM 24 hours a day. If one has no television [unlikely] then you simply view the LM on any mobile phone that has the capability. Any LM member will be able to see the entire LM show if they have the 1st Choice4.Mobi {brand} APP on their mobile PDA device instead of their TV.
    Only LM members that own 1st Choice4.Mobi APP can contact other LM members before there seen on the LM TV Show. That is why the brand is called 1st choice4.Mobi. The LM 1stChoice4.Mobi PDA will be the largest paid social network dating network in the world. LM will never put ads on 1stChoice4.Mobi, only dating pointers by our host on request. The main advantage is it will be much safer than any social or dating website can ever hope to be on any mobile PDA or Internet website. When you have a safer platform option like {TV’s public domain} the Lets Meet TV Show you will attract many more women members and when you have many women you will have many male suitors’ all vying for the most beautiful women. How cool is that going to be? On the Internet dating websites in the US there is always a higher ratio of men than women [65% versus 35%] because of the risk factor that is well known.

    The price for this extra option will start at $29.00 per month. Only of LM members can participate. Each woman member will be assigned her own LUVABLE.MOBI OR LUVBUG.MOBI PDA. Each man will have his own DATEMAKER.MOBI PDA. They can select anyone they choose to meet for a monthly fee of only $ 29.00. A charge to hear a profile will be $1.00 a minute and $2.00 a minute to leave a message so the other member can get a phone call back. Men and women who want to get a member to call back must talk very nice and be persuasive enough to get a high rate of return calls from any of the one thousand members per hour showcased on his or her mobile screen 24 hours a day seven days week right in the palm of your hand.
    Not one company has the capability to do this without unwanted commercials except LM.
    When anyone uses 1st choice4.mobi service they are prompted to only give their first name [not any username] and their contact number that they saw on the PDA or the television screen. When we tape the outgoing message each member is told to give their name first, contact # seen on TV or their PDA device, then their sexual preference. If the LM member doesn't agree the other member's preference Heterosexual or Non-heterosexual then the phone call must be terminated within three seconds so there will be no charges. It is required that any woman that receives a call from any male LM member call their LM log and verify his picture and his voice with the contact number that he gave. We also know from the LM members incoming phone number and new voice recognition technology whether that person a LM member. If the caller isn't a LM member the call is terminated. The calling LM member must use the same number and have the same voice pattern that is on file when he or she registered with the Lets meet TV Show.

    Click Link: http://mobility.mobi/showthread.php?p=94372
    Thank you,
    Saul M. Detofsky

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    [IMG]file:///C:/DOCUME%7E1/SAULDE%7E1/LOCALS%7E1/Temp/msohtmlclip1/01/clip_image001.jpg[/IMG] -- July 2 -- Some singles are now hunting for dates with the same fervor others are showing hunting for jobs. Membership on eHarmony is up 20% despite monthly fees of up to $60, and activity has soared 50% since September at OkCupid.com. “People are looking for something that’s genuine in a world that isn’t very secure,” said Bathsheba Birman, co-founder of the Chicago dating event Nerds at Heart. Attendance at the monthly gatherings, where mostly young professionals pay $25 for a drink and a chance to spend the evening clustered around trivia and board games — was more than double expectations in April and has stayed high since. Downturn dating: Hearts flutter as markets stutter but it needn’t break bank.

    Matchmaking generates $1.8 billion in revenues in the US,
    Match.com Experiences Strongest November in Seven Years, yet look how they make extra money because it’s so hard to find true love. Match.com 15 mil users / 1.32 million premium members = 91% of the people can’t reply to your email without upgrading their membership.
    MARKET WATCH -- Dec 5 -- During November, Match.com experienced its largest membership growth over the last seven years. With the launch of the Daily5, which introduces five new matches daily to every member, Match.com members initiated 400,000 more connections with other members this November compared to last November.

    Dating On Match.Com Would Seal the Rapist Jeffrey Marsalis Fate
    For more than three years, Jessika Rovell shared her life with a man who seemed like a fantasy match. He was a trauma surgeon, he told her. He was a Navy ***icer. He had clean-cut good looks and a ready smile.
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    "And he had this, this smile on his face -- this horribly smug smile on his face -- well, when they announced the acquittal," said Jessica Rovell of ex-boyfriend and rape suspect Jeffrey Marsalis.
    (Courtesy of Jessika Rovell)
    So taken was Rovell with Jeffrey Marsalis that she managed to block out a disturbing episode from the earliest days of their relationship.
    A law student living near Philadelphia at the time, Rovell had passed out after sharing some wine with Marsalis at her apartment and remembered nothing in the morning, she said. But she knew that the two had had sexual intercourse, she said, and she found it disconcerting that Marsalis acted happy, as if nothing were strange or wrong.
    Early misgivings about Marsalis would later turn to horror for Rovell. It emerged that almost nothing about his pr***ered identity was true. Most disturbing was the real cause of his occasional disappearances, which he had told her were related to his work with the CIA.
    In fact, prosecutors said, Marsalis was hunting women to drug and rape, using an online dating profile and the name "Dr. Jeff."
    Click HERE for Part 1 of the Jeffrey Marsalis story.
    By the time Marsalis was finally convicted of rape, in April 2009 in Idaho, 21 women in the Philadelphia area had told police he raped or sexually assaulted them, in incidents occurring between 2001 and 2005. Ten of those cases were prosecuted.
    During that time, Marsalis and Rovell kept up a long-term relationship, at one point even getting engaged.
    It was only after she left him in March 2005 that she learned the extent of his duplicity. Then she began a four-year wait for justice, following the charges against him, meeting some of his alleged victims, hoping for a rape conviction.
    In April 2005, after one of Marsalis' alleged date-rape victims went to Philadelphia police, investigators conducted a search of his apartment.
    It turned out that "Dr. Jeff" was no doctor. He was a former emergency medical technician and nursing school dropout.
    In Marsalis' apartment, police found a gun, a bulletproof vest and fake "top-secret" documents they say he had used to buttress his CIA story with Rovell.


    I have to say that I am highly driven, and I am looking for that special someone that has the same qualities. ... I am also looking for a woman to be a leader and take the initiative and make things happen for herself, and not blaming others for incidentals that might happen along the way during the pathway of life. ... If you want to be my copilot on the magic carpet ride it's carry on only, that means no stop signs, no stop lights, and throttle up." -- from Jeffrey Marsalis' Match.com profile
    [IMG]file:///C:/DOCUME%7E1/SAULDE%7E1/LOCALS%7E1/Temp/msohtmlclip1/01/clip_image002.jpg[/IMG]
    Jeffrey Marsalis, accused by police of being a date rapist, used a wide array of fake identities on his online profile at Match.com to meet women whom he then would drug and rape, many of them later said.
    (Handout)
    He called himself "Dr. Jeff." His profile on Match.com said he was a trauma surgeon.
    In one online photograph, he wore hospital scrubs, with a stethoscope. In another, he wore Navy whites and held a sword. There was one of him in an astronaut's suit. One sitting in a cockpit.
    The lonely hearts who date online might expect a certain amount of innocent fudging in others' profiles. And there is always the risk of encountering the gross liar, whose online self-description has as little to do with the real person as scrubs have to do with the ability to operate.
    But many of the women who dated Jeffrey Marsalis say he was much worse than a liar. Cops and criminal prosecutors would come to agree. And after years of frustrating delays and multiple trials, a jury in Idaho would confirm the worst.
    Jessika Rovell, now a Washington, D.C., attorney, was one woman in Marsalis' life who did not meet him online. Her friend had met Marsalis at a Philadelphia club.
    "My girlfriend said to me one night, 'Oh, I have a guy that you should meet. He is a doctor. He is a Navy ***icer.' And I said, 'Wow, he sounds great,'" she said.
    Rovell, a law student living in the Philadelphia area at the time, decided to take the date.
    She thought Marsalis, an aspiring model as a teen and former Emergency Medical Technician, had the clean-cut good looks and personal charm to match his impressive online resume.

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    "He was nice enough," Rovell said. "He seemed very interesting ... very ambitious."
    Rovell and Marsalis quickly fell into what she thought was a committed relationship. But then, she said, red flags began to appear.
    "Things just started getting weird ... Just bizarre behavior, you know?" said Rovell. "He, he would disappear for a while at a time."
    The explanation he gave for his disappearances was even more bizarre.
    "He told me that he was a CIA agent, that the whole doctor thing was a 'cover.' He would come back and say, 'Well, you know, I was on a mission and...'"
    And she believed him?
    "It was convincing," said Rovell. "He had a CIA screensaver with the seal on his computer. He had a fingerprint reader to access his computer. He had guns. He had a bulletproof vest."
    At one point he proposed marriage, and Rovell said yes. She now says it was because she feared him.
    "Any time I tried to get out of the relationship, he would threaten me with something. ... It would range from he was going to kill a member of my family or one of my friends, he was going to cause me to lose my job. ... It, it was horrible."
    "I could physically feel that [sexual intercourse] had happened, but I didn't remember a moment of it."
    Rovell found it strange that she'd blacked out from a relatively small amount of alcohol. But the next morning, she said, Marsalis acted like everything was fine.
    "Oh, what a great night we had last night. How fantastic it was," she recalled him saying. "What a great experience it had been.
    In early 2005, Rovell contacted police and began the process of getting a restraining order against Marsalis.
    "I, I just frankly hit rock bottom and I, and I lost it one night. And I said, 'That's it. I am done. I can't do this anymore.'"
    But just as she thought she was going to get him out of her life, a girlfriend called.


    "I got a phone call saying, 'You might want to call the Philadelphia Special Victims Unit, um, I think they need to talk to you,'" Rovell said.
    It turned out that plenty of other women had strange stories of their own to tell about Jeffrey Marsalis. And now they had begun sharing them with police.
    Pattern of Behavior

    Marsalis had told Rovell he was out of town on CIA missions. He was really on a mission of a different sort -- to meet women online. Many of them.
    Police said he used an online profile to meet women whom he would take out, drug and rape. Eventually, more than a dozen women would formally accuse him.
    ABC News sat down with three women who say they fell victim to Jeffrey Marsalis. Their names have been changed for this story to protect their identities.
    "I was new to Philadelphia at the time; I had just moved there six months prior," said "Rachel," 23 at the time, who went on Match.com in early 2004.
    "It was my New Year's resolution to finally get out and date again after about a year of not ... of dealing with a divorce," said "Natalie," a 28-year-old scientific researcher.
    "Donna," 37 at the time with a job in marketing, said she had grown tired of the bar scene.
    Events proceeded with striking similarity.
    Women Recall Similar Stories

    "I thought he was attractive," said Rachel. "Um, you know, he was, like, well groomed."
    "We had a nice walk," said Natalie. "And had a nice conversation on our way over to the bar. And got in, sat down and just continued having a nice conversation over a drink."
    Marsalis came across as affable and ambitious. Curiously, he made a point of showing his dates various hospital IDs.
    "I mean, normally you don't pull out your IDs," said Donna.
    And, as if being a doctor wasn't impressive enough ...
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    "He said he had been accepted by NASA to be the flight surgeon," said Rachel. "He said he was 'training,' so he at some point would be going on a 'mission' in the future. ... He had the language ... The way he presented it, it was so believable."
    Before long, things that night would turn hazy, each woman said.
    "The last thing I remember is walking down the street after leaving a bar, and complaining that I couldn't walk," said Rachel.
    Donna recalls going back to Marsalis's apartment for another drink. "I took a sip of the drink," she said, "and that was the last thing I remember."
    "I do recall waking up in his bed naked," said Natalie, "and I am not somebody that goes home with somebody and has sex on the first date."
    Rachel claims to have a vague but terrifying recollection of what happened during the night.
    "I could feel someone on me," she said. "I knew he was trying to have intercourse with me, and then I said, 'Stop,' and I said, 'No.' And I couldn't move my body. ... I was panicking and I was so scared."
    But all the women report the same thing -- that Marsalis was a complete gentleman in the morning.
    "He was trying to be, you know, really nice and, like, caring and 'I am really into you,'" said Rachel.
    Donna said she wondered what happened. "But I also was thinking, 'OK, I am just gonna take responsibility, and just move on,'" she said.
    Though all the women say they felt something wrong and perhaps even criminal had happened in "Dr. Jeff's" apartment, they say he was able to convince them that everything was fine. And many of them told ABC they wanted to convince themselves of that.
    None of them went to police. In fact, many of them willingly saw Dr. Jeff again.
    "I thought, 'I don't want to be traumatized by this,'" said Rachel. "So I, I kinda tried to smooth things over or just go back to, like, the things I liked about him ... thinking, 'Oh, he's a doctor,' you know, like trying to rationalize this."
    "We'd e-mail," said Natalie. "We'd talk on the phone every once in a while; maybe get together once every three, four months." Ex-Girlfriend Reports Date Rape

    It would go on for years: Marsalis meeting women online, and then taking them out on dates.
    "He would have never stopped, he would have continued to do what he was doing," said Lt. Thomas McDevitt of the Philadelphia Police Department's special victims unit.
    McDevitt said police began investigating when one of Marsalis' ex-girlfriends reported being date-raped.
    "She was a young professional woman," said McDevitt. "She was intelligent. She blamed herself in the beginning, that she didn't come forward [right away].
    "We started an investigation thinking that, you know, he had somehow drugged her and sexually assaulted her."
    Police searched Marsalis' apartment. And what they found, they said, shed a whole new light on the real identity of "Dr. Jeff" and his elaborate world of lies.
    "Yeah, he never was a medical student," said McDevitt.
    Visit the "Primetime" Web site Tuesday for Part II of the Jeffrey Marsalis story: What police discovered, frustrating obstacles for the prosecution and the culprit's final misstep. Later: Jeffrey Marsalis speaks.



    Dating revenue has almost doubled in the past three years to $1.8 billion in the U.S. alone and is expected to rise 16% a year until 2012.
    Lets Meet will be televised worldwide where ever there is electricity, mobile phones and televisions. Lets Meet TV Show will excel far beyond your imagination. TVs' aren't even necessary, only mobile phones! Call me at (321) 751-6963 24/7. Please go to any URL: LUVGA.ME, LUVQUEST.TV and read the information on my website.
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    * For Raising Awareness, TV’s Still Tops Most Video Still Viewed On TV

    The average US adult watches 5 1/2 hours of live TV every day, but online videos for just a few minutes a day, according to a report from the Council for Research Excellence.
    Despite popular anecdotes about the “death” of the :30 spot, a broad-scale study by the Advertising Research Foundation finds that for some marketing messages, television remains the most effective communication channel.ARF analyzed 388 different case histories from seven research agencies. Among other things, it found TV remains as effective a medium as it ever was — and it’s possible that, in terms of sales, its effectiveness is rising.Research was gleaned from IRI, ARS, PM Group, Dratfield, Marketing Evolution and Millward Brown/Dynamic Logic, with case studies spanning from 1990 to 2008.”Marketers need to be more confident in the fact that there are different ways that their brand messages add value to people’s lives. [Television ads] help simplify the [purchasing] decision. As people’s lives become more complicated, there is great value to that,” stated CRO Joel Rubinson of ARF.”They want to zone out and watch TV and relax and let the communications wash over them. It’s an extension of the brand experience.”Corroborating data from Point Logic found that of the 25 touch points it measured between ‘04 and ‘07, TV rose from seventh to fourth place in terms of people impacted per $1,000 spent.It also ranked No. 1 in terms of raising awareness.According to Rubinson, “units sold numbers increased as a result of increased TV impressions. [When you see it] across 388 case histories, I think you’ve got to believe it.”

    *Please read new marketing concept aimed at FORD MOTOR COMPANY

    Ford's “Lets Meet TV Show”

    Dear Mr. Jim Farley Sr. VP Marketing Director of Ford Motor Company,
    The Lets Meet TV Show is an innovative business strategy that will accelerate the sales of your brands. I am an independent TV producer and writer; I have developed a new type of TV show that showcases people on television like Ford showcases cars in new car dealerships. For more than thirteen years it has proven itself on the Internet to drive people to social & dating websites to look for romance. The Lets Meet TV Show is a unique people meeting people social network now designed for TV’s public broadcast network so anyone can find new friends or look for romance without relying on risky Internet websites. Lets Meet venue is a recession-proof brand that will bring people together on TV’s forum giving all women a safer option without the Internet fear factor too. The Lets Meet TV Show (LM) mantra is the epitomes of real-time interactive meeting in today’s society culminating inherit safety features only found on the TV's public domain platform. LM has no entertainment value like most TV shows, only uses ones own [bio-logical necessity] most powerful motivation to keep singles glued to their televisions, the same as if they were looking for romance on their computer. LM platform is similar to the successful QVC, Shop NBC, HSN home shopping networks where people shop from homes and now from websites like e-Bay and Amazon.

    By Ford co-branding with the Lets Meet TV Show we will drive millions more of people to the Ford showrooms than ever since TV media has always out trumped Internet ads. Ford has more than 100 years of experience making the best cars. With this fast electronic age "Ford must start thinging outside the box and start being creative." Target the huge singles market since it is well known fact that they have more disposal income, many still live at home with their parents. With poor job market many singles now are shacking up co-partnering, (two can live under one roof as cheaply as one).
    Click link: http://onlinedatingpost.com/archives/2009/05/nations-girlfriends-unveil-new-economic-plan/
    Click Link: http://www.onlinepersonalswatch.com/...ant-love-.html
    With the recession, sluggish economy and price of fuel going up and with some auto manufactures going into bankrupt it doesn’t hurt to be on top of the selling curve. You also heard of men and women just spending a little extra time in the supermarket aisles hunting around for hot deals [chicks, babes]? My eyes wonder sometimes too! Lets Meet strategy is to use the bio-logical necessity we all have to drive people to the dealerships. We can now ***er people more incentives to come in and look at our hot new cars, the shoppers even might see some chicks and babes too. Do you remember when I first got my driver’s license? I used to go cruising with my friends to Bob’s Big Boy, Weber’s Root Beer, Fuddrucker's Drive Inn, AW Drive Inn and of course McDonalds, not just to order burgers either. You got the idea now!
    After 100 years in business the Ford brand is second to none for building quality cars costing far more, “Ford just knows how to do it right” . Ask my friend who just traded his seventy thousand dollar 2008 550I BMW with less than eight thousand miles for a Ford 2009 Shelby 500 KR Mustang, he loves it. I personally know this car guy. He is so impressed with his new Shelby 500 KR. “Now he is the King of the Road!”
    Media advertising is very expensive so lets’ make every media buy count. I would like to see Ford own the Lets Meet (LM) TV Show, by Ford owning the TV you will gain extra revenue for additional media buys and you will have created in your face marketing to the masses that can afford new cars. By co-branding on the LM TV Show you make profits on two brands not one and save big time cutting media expenses too. One TV show covers two brands and makes twice the revenue. LM covers all the media expenses plus a high profit ratio from the people meeting people business model too. LM has a huge TV audience presents in the millions rather than a small showrooms at a car dealership!
    In 2006 Match.com and e-Harmony.com spent over four hundred thirty million dollars on media to drive the couch potatoes for from televisions sets to their PCs, some not even working. Recently ninety seven million people visited Match.Com website. If Match.com can make over one million dollars a day, why can’t Ford Motor Company? Match.com has only been in business since 1996. The LM TV Show doesn’t have to drive the masses to the Internet websites since TV viewers are already right where we want them, over 100 million people turning their television on every day with even more on the weekends. In 2009 Match.Com and e-Harmony are making over one million dollars a day. The singles market in the US represents 44% of the population, well over one hundred and ten million singles.
    The singles market represents many of the first time car buyers needing a good reliable and dependable car to find a job and to socialize as well. There are two thousand social-networking and dating websites in the US generating 1.8 billion dollars business now. Single men and women generally have more disposable income, now since this poor economy singles are looking to find roommates or shack up {find partners} and still wanting to live the singles life style, going out socializing more than ever enjoying that extra disposable income. LM will accelerate a high growth of singles watching the first people meeting people TV show of this kind on television.
    After we start buying media we will have clients coming to our dealers show rooms just because they know other single people are going to be coming into pick up the free LM memberships. Many single men will be there on the showroom floor admiring the eye-candy, the new cars and some of women buyers too. That’s human nature. Don’t you look? “Women look too!”
    Ford Motor Company has already stepped up to the plate and has established Driving Skills for Life program to help high school teenagers to become safer and more defensive drivers. LM will attract many more people of all ages into the showrooms to see all the new Ford Flex models, Escape, Excursions and see the all new fuel efficient Fusion Hybrid models that are on display plus chicks and dudes too. Everyone visiting the Ford showrooms can pick up a free LM TV Show membership too and check out the new rage the “2010 Raptor Sport Pick up.” The car admirers going to the dealerships will tell their friends about the new cars and where they can get the free LM membership just for coming into look at the new Ford Shelby GT 500 Mustangs. Customers can also pick up a LM DVD and free LM membership that tells customers all about the LM TV Show and all the perks like seeing and driving the new sculpted 2010 Raptor Pick Up Truck that is on its way to Ford car dealerships. LM members can print up a free oil change and car wash coupon right *** their monthly DVD news letter or come in and ask the sales manager for the coupon showing your LM membership. All Ford car dealerships should have their own gas stations and sell a known brand of gas at a wholesale prices to all Ford car owners and to anyone with a valid LM membership at dealerships cost, plus gas station attendant’s salary. They get that as long as they are a LM member. Even a monthly car show every month will help bring people back into the showroom again and again. The LM DVD Magazine is on monthly DVD that anyone can get for free just for coming into the showroom and just asking the sales manager for the free copies. You have to be a member to get the free oil changes, car wash and other perks. On the monthly DVD there will be new information about all the Ford car models. The DVD will also tell about a new ongoing promotion, if anyone makes a new or certified pre-owned car purchase they get a LM lifetime membership good until they get married. DVDs can be picked up at any Ford dealership each and every month for free. The DVD disc explains all the many barter perks like a free long stem rose just for coming into a participating flower shop and if you buy roses you get 50% *** on any dozen or more roses in all the flower shops that advertise on the DVD Dos plus don’ts on meeting and dating. Gourmet dining restaurants that advertise on the disc will show the entire menu and all the many entrées that you can get free when you dine at their restaurant with that lucky lady. You pay for one entrée the other one is free if it is the same price or less, jewelry stores will give you an additional ten to twenty percent *** after you make the first deal just for showing your LM membership, movie theaters will give one movie ticket for free when you pay for one DVD can be picked up at any Ford dealership each and every month for free. Plenty of brand exposure right on the DVD too! How sweet is that for LM members? You got the Idea now? This is the ultimate marketing strategy utilizing one’s own biological necessity we were all born with.
    * Buy American, Buy FORD!
    * We are making it better at Ford, why not?
    * At Ford, where there is a will there is a way to make it better.
    *You have to be two steps ahead of your completion. Not one!

    * Ford has the most reliable and superior handling vehicles that excel far beyond any price point.
    * Ford builds extra quality into vehicles to stay ahead of the competition. "Why not?"
    * FORD is a US brand", if we can’t find a way after 100 years in business, we will make a way!
    * Ford’s new motto can be; Happiness at Ford isn’t perfect until it is shared when you are own a Ford.
    I hope this marketing proposal meets with your approval? Now Lets Talk!
    Best regards,
    Saul M. Detofsky
    Visit the website
    Click Link:http://mobility.mobi/showthread.php?p=94372

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    Go to Lets Meet TV Show URL:LUVN.TV

    Copyrighted 2006 Registered-WGA-West #11,00090
    Let's Meet TV Show, Saul M. Detofsky
    Founder & President
    (321) 751-6963


    *Foot note: There are over two thousand social & dating websites in the US, worldwide there is a estimated over eight thousand.*

    Laid-*** and Still Looking for Love

    As the Recession Deepens, Online Dating Services Are Experiencing a Boom

    STILL MATCH.COM MAKES $1 MILLION DAILY From Subscription Revenues


    2009-Millions of Americans have lost their jobs in this recession, but that doesn't mean they have lost their hearts.

    Americans might be down on their luck, but they are still trying to get lucky.
    As the economy has worsened over the past few months, apparently more people are looking for love -- or maybe just that someone special who can console them. Dow might have lost 44 percent of its value, but membership on dating site Match.com grew 17 percent more in December than over the same period last year. And they're not alone. "In general, online dating services, since the economy has gotten really bad, have grown anywhere from 10 to 50 percent," said Joe Tracy, publisher of Online Dating Magazine. "People are spending more time at home and, as a result, they kind of get bored and lonely. So they tend to go online and use social networking and online dating to find romance."

    Match.com & e-Harmony Success Rates
    June 21 -- Match.com has released their 2009 success
    - 56m first emails sent per year
    - 132m winks sent per year
    - 12 couples got married or engaged today thanks to Match.com
    - users go on 6m dates each year
    - 1 in 1369 dates leads to marriage on Match.com
    - Match.com making $1 million daily from subscription revenues plus

    e-Harmony also has public stats
    - 118 couples a day get married or engaged.
    - 12-15K new users every day
    - full audience turnover every 6.5 months
    -44,000 e-Harmony couples married in 2008

    "LOVE @ FIRST BYTE"
    More than 120,000 marriages a year occur as a result of matches made through online dating sites.

    Copyright © 2006 Let's Meet TV ShowRegistered - WGA-west # 1100090

    Synopsis: Over 100 million are seeking romance on the Internet, looking in the wrong place for the right person. Now finding Mr. Right or Ms. Right can be as easy as turning *** your computer and turning on your TV. Let's Meet (LM) is the only true interactive TV broadcast designed with panache for people you want to have interaction with. LM is the first to showcase men and women together on TV in a public domain on a split picture screen, with a genuine identity and thoroughly checked backgrounds without the high risk of being raped or murdered like on the Internet. TV viewers surf channels with a remote control instead of a PC mouse. Within minutes TV viewers will find that special someone they are attracted to and then meet to search for the inner beauty and integrity of each other maybe finding their sole mate. Nobody wants to be home watching TV alone, seeing others enjoying life. LM isn't a game or entertainment show just exciting searching for that special someone. It's like being on the Internet without the cost of a PC, repairs, costly software and Internet fees. Like Ed Mc Man's Star Search & American Idol LM also showcases the ambitious aspiring artists (wannabes) WB. All LM members will enjoy the benefits of the high visual exposure from our simultaneous Internet broadcast on our own domain website called The Let's Meet TV Show. All LM / WB members, casting directors, modeling / talent and entertainment agencies worldwide will have access to download b/w or color portraits and video audio clips at the LM website with a password. Our agency is focused on new innovative inroads in marketing.

    You Only Get One Chance to Make That First Impression

    Treatment: Meeting that someone special just got easier and safer too. Are you tired of the nightclub (bar scene), blind dates and all the less than truthful people that you have met on the Internet dating sites? There is an over whelming desire in all of us to seek out another human being since we all have a very strong biological necessity to meet people. "Lets Meet" (LM) is the most innovative way to meet the most amount people in the shortest of time with creditability. TV viewers will come through word of mouth or just by default when they scan their remote between the long commercials. We will target radio and TV advertising to all conscientious parents and single women. All Parents want their children to be safe regardless of age. The strategy is to seek TV's enormous platform, 120 million singles in the US. Everybody has a TV but not a PC. Women won't hesitate to join LM because of all the many safety factors that are built in feature that is meant intimidate to deter crime. LM TV Show is like Americas Most Wanted Show but in reverse. Every woman will be given a special digital cell phone to call her date log which will record the time she leaves her home. Women are required to give the full itinerary of the date along with the contact # and name of the man she is meeting and a scheduled time for her to be home. The special locater cell phones use a digital code transmitter with priority Cat Tracking Software that only the FBI, local and state police have. The phone sends a digital signal and uses GPS tracking to cell towers to locate the exact location of a woman when she hasn't reported back from a date on time. CAN YOU PUT A PRICE ON ONE'S SAFETY? All members will have a professional beauty make-over and photography in black tie evening attire against a white background. The TV audience will have their eyes glued to the television looking at eye candy presentation while enjoying beautiful romantic instrumental music like Moon River, Autumn Leaves, Misty, Theme from Summer Place and Days of Wine and Roses while enjoying their favorite beverage.

    I'm Done With Internet Dating!”
    OPW -- Nov 9 -- I asked a friend in Silicon Valley about his experience using internet dating and here's what he said. "I don't have much faith in them, and I have not searched for new alternatives as it is difficult to know what is good and what is not. Especially ones just displaying old profiles, there's no response to my emails, and the sheer ratio of men to women is just so lopsided. I have seen it at 30 to 1, or even best case it has been 12 to 1. It is so sweet for women to go out and date. Good women, they just don't date online because the online dating scene is so polluted. It's just so frustrating and gives a low hit rate. You get what you pay for. I for one would pay more for a better return. I think I am more into social events nowadays." Please advise my jaded friend.

    *Unfortunately for women there isn't one Internet social or dating site does real-time screening for the protection of their clients.


    * RECENT FEDERAL REPORT JUST STATED that there were 206,884 complaints on Internet fraud last year.
    The number of broken hearts aside, romance fraud costs victims millions of dollars each year. Of her 30,000 members, Sluppick said, 883 people have reported their financial losses. They add up to $8,244,800.05, she said.
    There were 206,884 complaints regarding Internet fraud last year, costing victims more than $239 million, according to the FBI Internet Crime Report.

    Match.com Experiences Strongest November In Seven Years, yet look how they make extra money because it’s so hard to find true love. Match.com 15 mil users / 1.32 million premium members = 91% of the people can’t reply to your email without upgrading their membership.
    MARKET WATCH -- Dec 5 -- During November, Match.com experienced its largest membership growth over the last seven years. With the launch of the Daily5, which introduces five new matches daily to every member, Match.com members initiated 400,000 more connections with other members this November compared to last November.

    Figures Jupiter Research show revenue has almost doubled in the past three years to $1.08 billion in the U.S. alone and is expected to rise 16% a year until 2012.
    Beware of men and women who don't post photos
    The growth in the online dating industry has been massive and is expected to continue. Figures from market analyst Jupiter Research show revenue has almost doubled in the past three years to $1.04 billion in the United States alone and is expected to rise 16 per cent a year until 2012.
    Coloccia said at first, she was nervous about going to meet the men she was talking to online. "My impression before I did this was that the people online were weirdos but that is just not the case," she said.
    But among the good people there were those who were dishonest about themselves and their reason for being online -- as there are always creeps in any bar.
    Coloccia said married men, for example, tended not to post a photograph of themselves, would not give a cellphone number and tended to instant message late at night.
    Some men were just after one-night stands. Others would post old photographs when they were slimmer and had more hair.
    "When I met one man for a date he was bald and fat and his photo must have been from 20 years ago. I told him he looked different and he explained it by saying he was wearing glasses and just had a haircut but that was the end of that," she said.
    First dates were usually over c***ee, with dinner only booked once the man proved to be likable. She set geographical limits which knocked out the men in Russia, Malaysia or the West Coast of the United States.
    She advises would-be daters to really question people before they meet and read their profiles well. She says steer clear of free dating sites where married men and ones after sex reside.
    Over 44 % of the Adults in the US are single [one hundred and twenty million singles plus]. Let Meet will air worldwide where ever there is electricity, mobile phones and televisions. Let's Meet TV Show will excel beyond your imagination. TVs' aren't even necessary, only mobile phones! Call me (321) 751-6963 24/7.
    Thank you,
    Saul M. Detofsky

    This is an example of the new information that I get daily / weekly just below.

    • 72% of those who watch reality TV shows want to interact with those shows
    • 65% of those who watch sporting events on TV want to interact with those events
    • 66% of viewers want to interact with commercial advertising
    • 50% of those who watch drama TV shows indicated that they would be interested in interacting with those shows
    Men Online More, But Still Prefer TV Ads
    Although seven of ten men 18-34 are going online more than ever before, they consider television a better advertising medium, according to Maxim's annual Man Study, conducted by Hall & Partners to evaluate media usage of US men, reports MediaPost (via MarketingCharts).
    Some findings from the study:

    • 71 percent of men age 18-34 spend more time online now than a year ago.
    • 83 percent said they watch less than 5 hours of TV per day.
    • If they were to create an ad themselves...
      • 74 percent said putting that ad on TV would be the "most effective" way to have it be seen by their demo.
      • 56 percent would use ads in magazines, 55 percent would use the web, 17 percent would use radio.
      • 48 percent of Maxim readers said they would use female models to target men.
      • 35 percent would attempt humor in the ad.
      • However, nearly 40 percent said they would "focus on the product."
      • 30 percent said they "enjoyed using social networking sites."
      • 26 percent said they regularly "forwarded content to [their] friends online."
    US Adults Increasingly Erode Stigma of Seeking Cyber Love
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    online ad market, research & stats, demographics, ad b! uying & planning, gen Y, e-commerce, entertainment
    Some 2.5 million US adults participated in online dating in the last 30 days.
    Men were slightly (eight percent) more likely than women to have logged on to an online dating site, according to (pdf) Mediamark Research Inc. (MRI) data, reports MarketingCharts.
    Some of MRI's findings:


      • Of the 2.462 million adults who reported participating in online dating in the last 30 days, 52.2 percent are men and 47.8 percent are women.
      • Younger people - ages 18-34 - comprise almost half of all online daters, making them 59 percent more likely than the population as a whole ...
    Article taken from MarketingVOX - http://www.marketingvox.com
    URL to article:
    http://www.marketingvox.com/archives...n-past-30-days Online Dating Brings Hope and Frustration/

    Look what I just got
    . AM..PRESS RELEASE -- Oct 18 -- The Facebook app eTwine launched on August 14 has surpassed 2 million installations. The app, which increased by over 1 million users in the past month,attracts 150,000-200,000 unique users daily.
    Paste this in Google search bar; 2.5 million join Internet dating in September


    2.5 million join Internet dating in September.From Thanks Giving Day to Valentines Day 75 to 80 thousand people will join
    Match.Com, over 60 thousand people will join eHarmony and over 130 thousand people will join Friend Finders. I didn't say single people! Who knows who is single?


      • Nearly 2.5MM US Adults Took Part in Online Dating 'in Past 30 Days'
    Some 2.5 million US adults report that they had participated in online dating in the previous 30 days, with men slightly (8%) more likely than women to have logged on to an online dating site, according to (pdf) Mediamark Research Inc. (MRI) data.
    Some of MRI's findings:

      • Of the 2.462 Million adults who report that they had participated in online dating in the previous 30 days, 52.2% are men and 47.8% are women.
      • Younger people - ages 18-34 - comprise almost half of all online daters, making them 59% more likely than the population as a whole to be in this group.
      • Middle-aged people are also significantly represented: Nearly one-quarter (24.2%) of online daters are between the ages of 35-44.
        In 2004 (January-November) total U.S. media spending was $149 million; 2005 (January-November) total spending was $310 million; for January - November 2006 total spending was over $430 million.
    *This is an example of the new information that I get daily / weekly just below. 72% of those who watch reality TV shows want to interact with those shows"News Update!" This is about news story broke last year on Channel 6 WKMG TV out of Orlando, FL a terrible story about a married man who took this woman for a ride and got all of her money. He found a widowed woman on E-Harmony.Com and embezzled $200,000 and a new Mercedes car.
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    http://www.iac.com/print/index/news/press_forward/press_release_detail.htm?id=9337

    EHarmony has about 19 million single members looking for love, and a national Harris poll found eHarmony's site is responsible for about 44,000 weddings a year and more than 100,000 babies born so far from the site's cybermatchmaking.
    EHarmony CEO Greg Waldorf says the site's success is based on much more than luck. "Behind that site is incredible research, incredible science," Waldorf said.
    EHarmony uses a mathematical algorithm that picks partners based on a 258-question personality test that asks things like, "Do you have a messy room?" or "Do you get angry easily?"

    INTELLIGENCE REPORT -- Oct '08 -- JupiterResearch predicts the online dating industry will hit $1.9 billion by 2012, not including matchmaking services at $250m+ in the U.S. Mark Brooks, who monitors the personals industry, pegs 2004 as the year when dating sites matured. "There are less people on dating sites, but they're spending more money." The CEO of The Right One/Together Dating, Paul Falzone has been in the business 20 years. "When times are good, people want someone to share the fun with. When times are bad, they want companionship."

    No recession for online dating sites


    Maybe misery loves company? The sour economy is driving scads of singletons online to look for love. But money worries mean people are scaling back on actual dates.Housing prices are plummeting. Jobs are evaporating. And the economy, as a whole, is in free fall. But despite -- or perhaps because of such relentlessly bad news, there's an up side -- for daters, at least. Singles are wading into the online dating pool in record numbers, giving virtual matchmakers their best traffic figures in years -- and users even better odds for finding a snuggle buddy, a fling or the One. Whether they charge by the month or accept free posts, online personals websites are experiencing a major boost, even if their users seem to be scaling back on the cost and quantity of their actual dates. Craigslist personals postings and eHarmony.com registrations have each seen 20% increases in 2008. Match.com has seen an even larger spike; its memberships were 22% higher in December than they were in the same period last year. Even more interesting, both eHarmony and Match.com reported especially high traffic on days when the Dow Jones Industrial Average plummeted. "We had our third busiest weekend of the year following the five-year low in the stock market," said Mandy Ginsberg, general manager of Match.com North America.That was in mid-November, a historically slow time for Internet dating. But ask people who were brave enough to check their 401(k) balances at that time: November was historic for other reasons too. Not only did the Dow dip below 8,000, but the unemployment rate in California also climbed well above the national average (to 8.2%) and housing prices were down 40% from their peak just 18 months prior. Those disturbing trends aren't likely to end any time soon. In fact, they're likely to continue, bringing twin results: even higher anxiety levels, and impulses to entwine one's life with that of another. "Stressful times can have a big effect on people's desire to be in relationships," said Gian Gonzaga, an eHarmony research scientist. "When people are feeling stressed about the economy and feeling stressed about their love lives, they're more likely to want to be in a relationship than when they're not feeling stressed." Gonzaga was part of the eHarmony team that analyzed the results of a new relationship anxiety survey conducted by Opinion Research; 92% of 1,092 respondents reported feeling stressed about the economy. How does that manifest in individuals' desire for long-term relationships? About 19% of unmarried men and 25% of unmarried women said they wanted one even more. Jamie Fields is one of those women. The 42-year-old from Santa Monica rejoined Match.com the weekend after Thanksgiving, having broken up with the guy she'd been seeing the last few months. While Fields had attempted to find men more organically, i.e. in the real world, the last few times she'd been to wine bars with a girlfriend in the hopes of meeting someone new, she said, "We were like, 'Where are all the people?' There aren't any." For Fields, it was the relatively recent void-of-people-in-public-places that led her to spend more time with her keyboard. But for a lot of other Americans, it's decreased wealth -- both real and perceived -- that's keeping them home, inspiring them to spend less money and more quality time with their computers. Money worries are even making them more picky. While Match.com reported a 50% increase in profile views from November to December, a recent survey of 1,500 members found that 84% of them were "being more selective about first dates in today's economy." "There's this underlying anxiety I feel energetically everywhere I go," Fields said. "Everybody I meet, there's this tentativeness." That tentativeness is extending beyond a singleton's willingness to seal the deal and make a first date. It's also manifesting as a hesitancy to reach for the check at the end of an outing. "Guys aren't jumping on it anymore," Fields said. "It's uncomfortable." Wendy Rice, a 33-year-old chef from Hollywood, said she'd also experienced an unusually high frequency of daters playing "chicken" with the bill. "Some guy took me out to dinner at Benihana's and he only brought $100. I was like, 'Hello. You're taking me out,' " said Rice, who, on the Craigslist ad she posted last week, asked, "What happened to date night?" "Another guy took me out and said he forgot his wallet."

    Dating Sites Spend More on Ads
    Feb 11, 2009

    NEW YORK With Valentine's Day this weekend, many curious and lovelorn singles are turning to online dating sites to find that special someone. And if advertising by those sites is any indication, this may be a real golden age for online hook-ups.

    A Nielsen analysis of ad expenditures by online dating sites shows a significant year-to-year increase since 2003. In 2007, when the most recent full-year data is available, advertising for these sites topped out at almost $193 million. And with data complete through the first three quarters of 2008, last year's online dating ad spends are on pace to exceed that figure. Most online dating ad expenditures are found on cable TV. In 2007, $117 million -- or 61 percent of all ad buys -- was spent on cable. Network TV ran a distant second with a total $24.8 million in ad expenditures. Internet ad spending was not included in Nielsen's analysis, since Web ad spends do not factor search/sponsored links, which are likely a significant part of a dating site's campaign strategy.
    The top advertiser among online dating sites is eHarmony. Through the first three quarters of 2008, the site spent more than $93 million, almost twice as much on advertising as Match.com, which placed second on the list ($45 million-plus). Match's sister brand -- Chemistry.com -- placed third with more than $28 million in ad expenditures. Other dating sites specializing in one particular niche or another showed significant increases in ad spend in the first nine months of 2008. BlackSingles.com, which matches African-American singles, nearly doubled its ad spend. And the AshleyMadison Agency, which encourages married men and woman to enter into extramarital affairs, spent four times as much ($245,000) on advertising through September 2008 compared to the same time period last year.

    Say It With Ads: E-Dating Ad Spend On The Rise

    How sweet is that?

    The success of online dating is cause for advertisers to celebrate, writes Adweek.Ad spend for the online dating industry shows a significant increase since 2003, adding up to almost $193 million 2007 - 61% percent of which was spent on cable, according to a Nielsen analysis.The number, however, does not reflect the online ad market, because web ad spends include search/sponsored links that play a big part in most dating sites' campaign strategy.
    And with data from the first three quarters of 2008 in hand, Nielsen noted that total ad spend for last year will likely exceed that figure. No wonder: After September's global financial crisis, online dating sites reported huge spikes in traffic and activity.Topping the list of advertisers is eHarmony, which spent over $93 million through the first three quarters of 2008 — almost twice as much as Match.com ($45 million), followed by Chemistry.com, Match's sister brand, with some $28 million in ad expenditures.But ad spend from dating sites for niche demographic groups showed fast growth in the first nine months of 2008:

    The Recession. Isn’t It Romantic?

    Published: February 11, 2009
    THE last five months have been filled with grim numbers, most of them preceded by a minus sign. Nearly 600,000 jobs lost in January. A national debt of $10.7 trillion. The Dow, down more than 2,200 points since September.It’s not exactly the stuff of romance novels.And yet, those negative numbers seem to be having a positive effect on romance — or at least the search for it. Online and ***line matchmakers are reporting that dating interest is up, way up. Match.com, for instance, had its strongest fourth quarter in the last seven years, and brick-and-mortar outfits like Amy Laurent International, a matchmaking service with outposts in New York, Los Angeles and Miami, say business is up 40 percent among women over the last four months.
    Those in the online dating industry say the increased traffic can be explained by at least a few factors: unemployed and underemployed people have more time on their hands to surf the Web, and online dating is a relatively inexpensive way to meet people. ***line matchmakers add that organized dating events are cheaper than financing a series of potentially stultifying meals with blind dates. And some experts say singles seek the comfort of relationships during difficult times.“At a time when money is scarce or uncertain, when people are assessing their priorities, they don’t want to go through it alone,” said Dr. Pepper Schwartz, a professor of sociology at the University of Washington in Seattle. and the relationship expert at Perfectmatch.com, which had a 51 percent increase in new members in the fourth quarter of 2008 compared with 2007. “When you’re not sure what’s coming at you, love seems all the more important,” Dr. Schwartz said.Marissa Berry, 25, who recently joined Speeddate.com, a free online dating site, is among those who feel newly driven to find a relationship.“It’s an upsetting, depressing, scary time, and to have someone to relate to and to vent with would be nice,” said Ms. Berry, who works for a children’s clothing company in New York and notes that the cost of meeting people the old-fashioned way — by going out a lot — is an expense she can no longer afford. “The money I do have, I want to save in case I get laid ***,” she said. Speeddate.com was averaging about 80,000 virtual encounters a day in October; today traffic is up 60 percent, with an average of 130,000 daily encounters, said a founder, Dan Abelon. The $34.99-a-month fee to join Match.com’s for-profit site is apparently not deterring new members: the site’s North American membership grew 17 percent in December. Nor has a $50-a-month fee scared away people from Perfectmatch.com, which had a 30 percent increase in January.Of course, online dating has had a following ever since dating sites popped up around 1994, said Mark Brooks, editor of Online Personals Watch, an industry news blog. A few years later came sites like Friendfinder.com, Match.com and Matchmaker.com. Niche sites — that is, those catering to people with specific interests (say, Christian singles) soon proliferated; some promised more “scientific” results by bringing in relationship experts like the anthropologist Helen Fisher at Chemistry.com. During the last economic downturn, in 2001, Duane Dahl, the chief executive of Perfectmatch.com, noted that there was a spike in interest similar to what the industry is seeing now. For instance, he said, the strong third and fourth quarter results his company saw in 2008 were consistent with 2001 numbers. Mr. Brooks said the industry then started leveling *** in February 2005. David Evans, an online dating consultant, noted that about 30 million people will log on this year to one of the estimated 1,500 online dating services nationwide.These days the sites seem to be attracting a more frugal crowd. “During recessions people stay at home more, they don’t want to pay and go to bars. They’re going online to meet each other,” said Markus Frind, the chief executive of Plenty***ish, a free site, where visits have increased 77 percent from December 2007 to December 2008, and 32 percent over the last three months.“Typically, we always see an increase in traffic in the beginning of a new year — part of a New Year’s resolution,” said Matt Tatham, a media analyst at Hitwise, an online measurement company. “People are looking for some change in their life. This year is different than in years past. Because of the economy there are a lot of people who are out of work and have free time and can spend more time online going to dating sites.”In the universe of online dating, the selection criteria for potential partners are showing initial signs of shifting as a result of the recession. While “marriage” and “children” were always popular key words, Mr. Frind said, during this period last year Plenty***ish.com users mentioned the word “job” in their profiles 5.5 percent of the time. This year, that number has risen to 7.7 percent.On Blackpeoplemeet.com, a site for black singles, the percentage of people listing “job” as a criterion when asked ‘What are you looking for in a partner?’ increased 18 percent from January 2008 to January 2009. (Other profiles are more direct: “Looking for a date for dinner, Dutch treat,” read one Match.com headline).MEANWHILE, ***line romance specialists say they are also seeing a spike in business. Mary Jo Fay, who operates a seminar for 30- to 50-year-old singles in Denver, said her business has quadrupled over the last few months. In November, 12 people paid $10 for the two-hour event; this month, she has 60 people lined up, with a waiting list of 25. On Saturday, about 500 people attended the Rocky Mountain Singles Summit, a singles event in Denver, up from 400 a year ago. From October through December 2008, new membership at The Right One/Together Dating, a dating service with 60 locations across the country, increased about 18 percent compared with the same period the previous year. The price of membership starts at $1,000, said the company’s chief executive, Paul A. Falzone.“People are putting down deposits rather than paying in full, which is fine,” Mr. Falzone said.Indeed, many singles are guarding their wallets, but that doesn’t mean they are staying home. “Dinner and a movie has turned into the early-bird special at Denny’s and a DVD from the library,” said Tony Dudek, 55, a single technology entrepreneur in Denver. “Everyone is so emotionally and financially constrained that it’s made it a lot more difficult.”One single, Kevin A. Pemberton, a vice president with a money management company in New York, thinks the current economic climate is forcing men to re-evaluate what they want in a partner. He said he has noticed “humility” as far as dating goes, a “return to substance.” If the recession results in a desire for a relationship that is not based on one’s personal finances, then it may actually be a boon for love, said Dr. Paulette Kouffman Sherman, a psychologist in New York and author of “Dating From the Inside Out” (Atria Books, 2008). “There’s so many aspects of a person,” she said. “It’s kind of sick that we only focus on jobs or money.

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    By Ivy Brashear / Staff Writer

    Whitley County will be the recipient of an electric car manufacturing facility if a $24 million federal grant is awarded to the car company, according to a Kentucky Economic Development Finance Authority report released last week.

    The money would be part of the $378 million set aside nationally for electric car production within the Obama administration’s stimulus package.

    Sirius Energies Corporation, based out of Idaho, specializes in building electric cars and trucks that require no gasoline. They have been building electric cars and modified hybrid cars for 15 years in California and Idaho.

    Company President Brooks Agnew, an alumnus of Western Kentucky University, chose to bring the company to Kentucky mainly because tax incentives ***ered by the commonwealth were better than ***ers from any other state he considered for the plant’s location.

    “Kentucky had all the cards — land, incentives, skilled workforce — they had it all,” Agnew said.

    The state has approved $15 million in tax incentives for the company, which plans to invest $33.35 million into the project. Some of those incentives include a rebate on sales taxes for all construction materials and state funds to help train new employees.

    Agnew chose to locate in Whitley County because Paul Campbell, one of his consultants, is originally from the county and suggested the move. Agnew said he also wanted to help the economy in an area that is among the poorest in the nation, and was impressed with the work ethic he sees here.

    “People in Kentucky are notorious for being well-skilled and loyal workers,” Agnew said.

    He said he also chose Kentucky because it’s located in a section of the country known as “Auto Alley” because of the number of automotive plants in the state and surrounding region.

    Agnew’s company, which operates under the name Global Green Cars, Inc., is proposing to build its facility on an 11-acre site *** of Watts Creek Road in Williamsburg. Two buildings on the property would be renovated for use as the production facility. Agnew is also considering a 100-acre site in the northern part of Whitley County.

    New battery technology has made today’s Global Green Cars lighter and more efficient than earlier models. The new battery weighs 400 pounds less than the old battery and can charge in one hour instead of overnight.

    The cars will run for 120 miles on a single charge and can be plugged into a wall outlet and charged at night.

    Agnew said he hopes these electric cars will replace service and mail delivery cars maintained with city or government funds. The city of Williamsburg spends $17,000 on gasoline in one year, he said, and if the city used electric cars, that figure would be cut in half.

    “Electricity is cheapest at night, and these cars use less than what it takes to run a water heater,” Agnew said.

    The company is trying to compete with the “big three” car companies — Ford, GM and Chrysler. It’s all about being flexible to what customers want, Agnew said.

    “In today’s automotive industry, it’s not about size, or price or marketing strategies. It’s about agility, and Global Green Cars is agile,” Agnew said.

    “We can give the customer exactly what they want,” he said, referring to specific demographics such as parents who wait on their children in idling SUVs or commuters waiting in traffic on their way to work. Agnew said those types of drivers could save hundreds of dollars a year on gasoline costs.

    Agnew is anxious to start production in Whitley County, and hopes that by next Christmas, the plant will be fully operational with 100 new, locally-hired employees on the assembly line.

    That date can’t come soon enough for Whitley County Magistrate Roger Wells, who thinks the company would help the county tremendously.

    “It would tickle me to death to see it [the company] come in here,” Wells said, stating that the company would help a lot of people, especially with a pay rate of more than $15 per hour.

    Agnew has a joint venture with a car company in China that is sending him cars to “re-make” into Global Green Cars electric models — a pick-up truck, a small SUV and a sports car. As soon as his company is able to finish the pick-up truck, it will be put in the showroom at Paul Steely Ford in Williamsburg for people to view and test drive.

    Agnew said it’s hard to get funding from private investors in this economy and that is why his company has to wait on federal grants. He said the company is “50 percent funded” and if the requested grant money is granted, the plant is “definitely a go.”

    Writer gets to test drive electric car

    By Ivy Brashear

    Staff Writer

    I’ve always wanted to be a writer. Even when I was a little girl, I would write stories about fantastic adventures, and as I grew up, I found that I loved to tell other people’s stories as a journalist so that we could all find common ground in this very uneven world.

    But, I have a secret. There is something else at which I’ve always thought I would be excellent. I’m a little embarrassed to admit it, but I would love to be a race car driver.

    I know, I know — you’re thinking immediately that I’m lying through my teeth about this. You might even be imagining a mullet and a farmer’s tan with a beer cooler in tow. I might have the farmer’s tan, but the mullet can be saved for other people more brave than I, and better equipped to pull it ***.

    No, I don’t fit the stereotype, but I do like to drive fast. Don’t tell my mother this, but I’m a self-proclaimed speeder, and you might on occasion — if you are brave enough to ride in the passenger side with me — see me grip the wheel white-knuckled and make a slight revving noise here and there.

    So, when my editor, Samantha Swindler, told me that Global Green Cars, Inc. was test driving one of their electric cars at the Corbin Speedway in anticipation of a brand new plant they plan to build in Williamsburg, I jumped at the chance to drive that car around that track. It would fulfill my secret dream, how could I pass it up?

    Also, I drive a hybrid car, myself, and I was curious as to how a totally electric car would compare to my own.

    Arriving at the track, I expected to see a prototype fit for the finest Detroit Auto Show, with shiny new paint and a fancy dash panel display.

    What I got was a 15-year-old Geo Metro with batteries for a back seat and not even a radio to blast as I drove Mario Andretti-style around the track.

    I was skeptical of this car’s performance. Will it drive faster than a golf-cart? Will I be able to make these turns quickly? Will I even make it around the track without the battery dying?

    Brooks Agnew, the president of Global Green Cars, assured me that this car could perform at the highest standards set by the motor vehicle industry.

    I heard about an actual race car driver taking some laps in the car earlier who said the Geo performed at the same level as his race car. I heard about how the little Geo had more stopping power than gasoline-powered cars in its size category, and about how it could drive over 100 mph if you really wanted it to.

    I was beginning to believe in the electric car.

    I asked Agnew how the car was charged. He simply opened the gas tank door and, where I expected a gas tank cover; there was the end of what looked like an extension cord.

    “You plug it into your garage outlet overnight, and when you wake up in the morning, the car is ready to be driven to and from work and all over town,” Agnew said.

    I don’t know if the “wow” I felt actually came out of my mouth or not, but Agnew then told me to hop in and drive.

    “The moment of truth,” I thought, and also my moment to become that race car driver I’ve always secretly wished to be.

    I sat down in the car, and was ready to put the key in the ignition — but when I looked down; I saw that it was already there. I couldn’t hear a thing. I thought the car was still ***.

    “Is it started?” I asked Agnew as he stood outside the driver’s side door. There was no engine noise, no gentle rumble of an idling car. I was taken aback by this. Agnew confirmed that the car was on, and told me that I’m not the only one surprised by the lack of noise the car didn’t make.

    He said people have even asked for a mixed CD of engine sounds to play while driving the car — a driver’s security blanket, of sorts.

    I took the break *** and pressed the gas. It was like driving in a vacuum, with the only sound being the wheels on the pavement. It was surreal almost, not hearing the sounds a gasoline powered car makes — the shifting gears, the revving engine. It sounded like a golf cart, but it drove as good as my hybrid — and as good as a car that guzzles gasoline.

    There was no doubt about the electric car’s performance, especially after my inner Dale Earnhardt came out and I punched the gas so I could finally find out what it’s like to be a race car driver.

    I wasn’t disappointed, even if I still had to make the revving sounds.




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    I'm blind! I think I just witnessed the first mobinfomercial

    Seriously, welcome to mobility. It sounds like you've got some energy and plan on taking that to TV. That's great! I'll read through this post and then comment.


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    Welcome to Mobility, Saul!

    What an impressing introduction

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    Wow! Impressive Intro!
    Welcome to the Mobi Show!
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    Not sure if this is a legit intro or some



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    Hi Saul,

    This is the same Andres (e.g. Hotties.mobi) you called a couple of days ago about this venture.

    I honestly think you'll have better results if you communicate your message in a less "spammy" way.

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    Try the dragon's den http://www.cbc.ca/dragonsden/ .. as I'm out!
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    Welcome, Saul. That is much too much to read in one sitting unless one is onboard with wanting to invest already. Sorry, but my attention span isn't what it used to be.

    In 35 words or less, what are you proposing, or are you just saying who you are?
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    Saul .. I am not interested!
    Do not call me again, do not email me again and do not private message me. I don't want to be your friend; in fact I want nothing more to do with you. Please respect my privacy and good luck with your project.
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    I'm lost.

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    Can someone please explain it to me, in simple terms, what this advert means.
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    Quote Originally Posted by coast View Post
    Welcome, Saul. That is much too much to read in one sitting unless one is onboard with wanting to invest already. Sorry, but my attention span isn't what it used to be.

    In 35 words or less, what are you proposing, or are you just saying who you are?
    Hello Coast,

    I'm looking for a smart investor who realizes that this business is recession proof and men & women want to meet. Go to website URL: LUVGA.ME EARN A COOL MILLION DOLLARS. I will pay $ 5,000 for the legal fee so you know you will get paid. "Tell everybody"

    Best to you,
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    Thank you for your KODOS!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Saul M. Detofsky View Post
    Hello Coast,

    I'm looking for a smart investor who realizes that this business is recession proof and men & women want to meet. Go to website URL: LUVGA.ME EARN A COOL MILLION DOLLARS. I will pay $ 5,000 for the legal fee so you know you will get paid. "Tell everybody"

    Best to you,
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    So in other words: "SPAM."

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    LOVE IT!

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    Default Absolutely Not Spam

    WHY DON'T YOU WANT TO EARN THE MONEY.
    I EVEN PAY FOR THE LEGAL FEES IF YOU FIND SPONSORSHIP.

    YOU DIDN'T EVEN GO TO WEBSITE!

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    you are one annoying person - did you ever consider the reason why you've been peddling this project for two years without success is that people don't like your LOUD ANNOYING STYLE?


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    Quote Originally Posted by Saul M. Detofsky View Post
    YOU DIDN'T EVEN GO TO WEBSITE!
    What website are you referring to, you've listed probably over 100 urls and links.

    I'm trying to justify not deleting this thread as spam, you're not helping your own case.

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    Saul, can you paypal me the million dollars?

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    Smile EARN ONE MILLION DOLLARS

    Quote Originally Posted by thinking1 View Post
    Saul, can you paypal me the million dollars?
    YES THINKING 1, I WILL PAYPAL TO YOUR ATTORNEY.

    I HAD A PHOTOGRAPHY STUDIO AT RIVERSIDE AND LAURAL CANYON DR. ACROSS THE ST. FROM GELSON'S MKT.

    BEST REGARDS,
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    Quote Originally Posted by Saul M. Detofsky View Post
    Hello Coast,

    I'm looking for a smart investor who realizes that this business is recession proof and men & women want to meet. Go to website URL: LUVGA.ME EARN A COOL MILLION DOLLARS. I will pay $ 5,000 for the legal fee so you know you will get paid. "Tell everybody"

    Best to you,
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    Is this what a lawyer might consider an earnings claim? It's a legal term.

    "The single most important factor in buying a franchise - or any business for that matter - is determining a realistic and supportable projection of sales, expenses and profits. Specifically, how much can you expect to earn after working 65 hours a week for 52 weeks a year? A prospective franchisee does not have the experience to sit down and project what his or her sales and profits will be over the next five years. This is especially true if he or she has no applied experience in that particular business. The only source in a position to supply accurate information about a franchise opportunity is the franchisor itself."

    Source: http://www.ufocs.com/articles/earnings_claim.php

    It's good to see you have representation, and with mobile tv on the way it could be a success. (Could be, not guaranteed to be.) However, whether or not you are a franchisor, it is ridiculous to come in here and say that someone will earn a cool million dollars.

    We've got us some lawyers on here and you are treading on thin ice.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Saul M. Detofsky View Post
    YES THINKING 1, I WILL PAYPAL TO YOUR ATTORNEY.

    I HAD A PHOTOGRAPHY STUDIO AT RIVERSIDE AND LAURAL CANYON DR. ACROSS THE ST. FROM GELSON'S MKT.

    BEST REGARDS,
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    Thinking 1, please let us know how this goes. Seems to me this is a commitment to send you $1,000,000 via paypal through your attorney.

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    As the old saying goes....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Saul M. Detofsky View Post
    YES THINKING 1, I WILL PAYPAL TO YOUR ATTORNEY.

    I HAD A PHOTOGRAPHY STUDIO AT RIVERSIDE AND LAURAL CANYON DR. ACROSS THE ST. FROM GELSON'S MKT.

    BEST REGARDS,
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    Let's Meet TV Show has zero competition in the entire world with this new interactive TV mantra. Television still reins supremacy over the Internet and will out trump any website caveat since it is reliable without all the extra costs like monthly Internet service, costly computer, hardware upgrades, PC repairs, high security risks and date rapes and related crimes from meeting Internet strangers and other scams.

    The Lets Meet TV Show will be the first and only interactive social meeting genre network on TV in the world unparalleled by high tech Internet.
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