Today's Awful Link is fucking dangerous. It's not often we see a scammer put so much effort into taking advantage of desperation and hope, without getting some super delegates in the process. Dr. George Karanastasis, whose last name is the amalgamation of four different Magic cards, is hawking relationship advice befitting someone who is less medically qualified as the Spin Doctors. For only $100, you can start taking action and read a book that tells you what women really mean when they say "If you keep driving by my house, I am going to call the cops", allowing you, the guy who just does not get it, to win her back without using any mind-games, tricks, tactics, force-pulls, or lightsabers. It also comes with a free lifetime membership to a message board that doesn't exist, so you can talk to other people that were stupid enough to buy this book for $100. But that's not all:
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"FREE Bonus #2: The "Cashback: Finding Hope In A 'Hollywood' Film" report:
"But what do films have to do with your relationship?
Simple. This report puts to rest (once and for all) any doubts you might be having about getting your girlfriend back.
Because when you're done going through this, you'll no longer be asking yourself the question, "What are my chances of getting her back?"
You'll know for sure that it's not a matter of if & but when.""
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