Confessions of a Sex Crazed Money Man: Alternatives to Twelve-Step Groups, Poverty and the American Way

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Excalibur Press, Jul 1, 1992 - Self-Help - 208 pages
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Is it possible that one man can learn how to dismantle the military industrial financial media complex? On the back of this book, James R. Paulsen, a once very close associate of Alex S. Gabor, is quoted as saying, "If this book sells a million copies, the military industrial financial media complex, what Gabor has termed the "Octodragon" in online publishes stories about Purging the Phony Pillars of Power Politics, will become functionally obsolete." Rumored to be connected to the worlds first trillionaire, this book illustrates the power of sex, the energy and drive that it takes to become wealthy, and the amount of power a single man can wield using money as his media. It is also written at that this book is being traded by the Infinite Freedom Foundation, with autographed copies now going up for sale at around $25,000 per copy, that Alex S. Gabor, the author of Confessions of a Sex Crazed Money Man is in fact the world's first trillionaire, richer than Warren Buffet, Paul Allen, Bill Gates, and George Soros combined. If I were a collector of books, which I am not, I would be snapping up these books offline as quick as possible and selling them to the Infinite Freedom Foundation for five thousand dollars each, but since I am not a book trader, I will just give those reading this review a little your pennies, Alex S. Gabor is not the Penny King, but he wrote the book on how to be a trillionaire, and what to do with national debts, governments and "50 Ways To Leave Your Landlord".  

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