Liv Does his thing. I do mine.  

rm_BOSS_99_1 67M
10 posts
6/22/2006 12:40 pm

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7/22/2006 12:56 pm

Liv Does his thing. I do mine.

Personally, I had no desire whatsoever to come onto this site. I already have everything I could ever hope to ask for with regard to being satisfied sexually.

As per my affiliation with Liv Inlavalova, we have no real strong ties, and any time I invest in him at all is purely out of personal interest.

There comes a point in a man’s life, where money no longer becomes his primary objective. Sure, it’s always good for a man’s ego to earn more money, but beyond securing one’s self financially, there are other endeavors outside the realm of personal finance which a man must satisfy in order to find fulfillment in life.

When Liv Inlavalova first came to me with a proposition, I found it a little odd to be honest. Along comes this kid out of nowhere, some nobody from a relatively low social standing, going on and on about all these crazy ideas about how he’s gonna do aaall these things, where everyone makes money, he’ll fix the economy, change the entertainment industry, world peace, and on and on and on…

I’m sure a lot of people would have sent him home after the first two sentences, but I found it amusing how excited he was, so I tried to understand whatever the hell it was he was talking about, if only to satisfy my own curiousity.

I tell ya, the more he talked, the more he had to say. I soon became conscience of just how much thought he had behind this. This was no flash in the pan. This was his life’s work.

I don’t have the time or the energy to hear everything that he has thought out, but I heard all I needed to to become interested in where he’s going with it.

Since my investment role is none other than to offer occasional business advice at my own leisure, and since he was adamant about not receiving a dime from me…(the “big mac”, was a personal joke by the way), and since he claimed it would all pay off for both of us in the end, and since he had good intentions for society as a whole, (although not immediately evident I in his strategies) I thought…”why not!”

He consulted me on several occasions for help on building his business plan, which is still unfinished, prior to joining AdultFriendFinder to carry out phase two of his plan.

In my personal opinion, his business concept is genius, but he still has a long way to go to before he masters the practical aspects of business. Yet the fact that he is so absorbed in it, every minute of the day, and doesn’t seem to let anything stand in his way continues to keep me intrigued…

As I say, however, he does his thing and I do mine.
Although I find his concepts interesting, I have my own life, different opinions on occasion, and feel no strong desire to invest a lot of time or money in him.

He never asks for anything anyways, and seems unusually confident that he will eventually succeed on his own.

I really never had any plans of creating a profile here, and we BOTH agreed that it is best that I don’t.

However, a man can only do so much on his own when he doesn’t have the freedom to express himself, and those who stand in his way, are able to have him removed from his playing field altogether.

It’s not my jurisdiction to tell AdultFriendFinder how to run their company, but since everything Liv Inlavalova is doing on this site, is done with the genuine intentions of increasing the future growth of Friendfinder Inc., which is a claim he has adhered to from the start, and since it is rare to meet someone with a life such as his from an entertainment persepective, and since he has come this far and still has so far to go, and since he believes SO STRONGLY, and since there is ONE AdultFriendFinder staff member who is persistent in standing in his way and preventing this from going further, with no form of evaluation whatsoever, I feel I should at least deepen the role of my involvement with Liv, to ensure that if nothing else, at least the possibilities of future wealth for those involved remain alive.


rm_euridiocy 61M
638 posts
7/21/2006 6:42 pm

If you have no personal desire to be on this site, then why are you here? Do you have an obligation? Explain please!

Why did you feel the need to be the "conscience" of this clowns persistent commitment to abrasive, erratic, inarticulate, incomprehensible ravings? Or did you mean "conscious": if so, how were you gulled by it?

If "money no longer [is your] primary objective" and "there are other endeavors outside the realm of personal finance which a man must satisfy in order to find fulfillment in life" then why assist "possibilities of future wealth for those involved remain alive"? Why not instead offer to assist others to realise the "other endeavors ....... to find fulfillment in life" which personal finance obviously not offer?

If you have evidence of "ONE AdultFriendFinder staff member who is persistent in standing in [Livs] way" of "genuine intentions of increasing the future growth of Friendfinder Inc.", shouldn't you directly expose this staff member by name or report them directly to AdultFriendFinder? That's if any credible evidence exists of course.

Since "I really never had any plans of creating a profile here, and we BOTH agreed that it is best that I don't." then why have you?

Is "the fact that he is so absorbed in it" and "believes SO STRONGLY" in "all these crazy ideas" sufficient reason to lend support/credibility to a confused fanatic?

I'm puzzled: perhaps you could clarify these points for myself and others.


rm_BOSS_99_1 67M
16 posts
7/22/2006 12:51 pm

Again you see none of it.
Kmunch and OilerLuva went over your head.
The Bryan Adams post went over your head.
Happyzhippy, zfirstflower, and interbev went over your head.
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