Michael Vincent really wants to get in touch with me. I get a couple of e-mails a day from this guy, and I have never met him. He says that he's got a new job for me. To be honest, I've been pretty busy with the job I've got, and as a result I haven't taken the time to check out what I'm sure is a terrific opportunity. Who is this guy, anyway?
Turns out he used to be a mail carrier. How about this for a coincidence? My grandfather was a mail carrier. Of course, back then he was called a "mailman," but things were different then. Michael, however, didn't want to be a mail carrier the rest of his life. One day, he saw a guy driving a red Ferrari Spider convertible. That looked more like his dream. A few weeks later, he sees the same guy pull up in a brand new Rolls Royce Phantom. Expensive cars apparently figured large in Michael's vision for his future. He had to ask this fancy-car-driver where he got the money to buy his fancy cars. Mister Fancy Cars' name was Jason, and it turns out he was a thirty-one year old retired school teacher. How about that for another coincidence? I am a school teacher, and I was once thirty-one years old.
Michael's big break came when Jason, Mister Fancy Cars, decided that he could share his Internet Underground Cash Secret. Jason didn't just have fancy cars, either. He had a big house with a swimming pool and a maid who brought him menus to order lunch from. Of course this guy knows how to make money using the Internet. He has all this cool stuff that rich guys have. It sounds too good to be true, right?
Well, if you are looking for more specifics about what the Internet, Al Gore's Internet, can do for you to make mountains of cash, it only costs you forty-nine dollars and ninety-five cents. I'm holding out for Michael's deal, which was getting all this great advice for free. Not to mention the lunch at Jason's house.
Can I let you in on another eerie coincidence? I have always wanted to go to Nigeria, too.