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What? New Years is Here and Still No Christmas?    

By John Abbot
2374 Views | 4 Comments | 1/2/2013 1:11:41 AM

We continue to suffer from very spotty internet connections here, and it has caused us again to put off our plans for Christmas. I am trying to be light about this, but it is starting to wear very, very thin. Inside I am filled with expletives screaming to get out. But…

New Year’s Eve has come and gone and we basically have Christmas ready to go, but between American Football distractions, and hangovers and family dinners around the world, New Year’s Day seems like a bad time to also celebrate Christmas, so we’re planning to do so on January 3rd when New Year's boredom is starting to kick in and everyone needs some cheering up.

Please forgive us for the delays, and please forgive me as well for what has now become a bit of a stale joke about CLM declaring its own Christmas. However, stale joke or not, we have declared our own Christmas and it is now officially January 3rd. I am 99% sure it will stay that way.

Please watch for the Christmas Newsletter on January 3rd, CLM’s Official Christmas Day. The letter will be sent out between the hours of 8 AM to 11 AM EST (New York time). Unfortunately Christmas will be largely and English language day this year. We apologize to our Chinese women members for this and will work on correcting it in the future.

In the newsletter there are a couple of free ebooks being offered and a contest for a free Gold upgrade. One of the ebooks is the completed “Online Dating in Seven Steps” by myself. This book is intended to help people interested in internet dating get started on the right path immediately instead of having to learn everything through trial and error.

Not everyone agrees with all my thoughts on the best way to succeed at international online dating, but even for those who don’t there is valuable information in this book designed to help you avoid being scammed, avoid being disappointed and to ultimately succeed at your mission of finding a true love and lifemate. Please feel free to pass this ebook package on to anyone you feel will be interested.

The other is a short motivational message by our own Daniel Chermont which we felt was too good to simply publish as a blog article and have converted to an ebook so that anyone who enjoys it as much as we did will feel happy to pass it on to their friends and family. Please, please, please do pass this little package along to everyone you can think of. We hope Daniel’s message might help put a small dent in the growing complacency in mankind faced with a world going mad.

There is also some news about the Social Networking opportunities we have now put in place regarding Facebook, Twitter and Google+. Please read this and do your best to participate on these pages as there are going to be benefits to each of them. Those benefits will include occasional free books as well as ongoing contests for free Introduce Yourself ads and other items.

Meanwhile, Happy New Year today and Merry Christmas tomorrow.

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#2013-02-20 17:18:31 by bettyladaga @bettyladaga

bettyladaga That's good and nice idea..I hope in this site where looking a man to be with me ever....God bless us...

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