I put up a swimsuit photo, not lewd, no nudity, just a simple woman with emails that produced favorites in my list that obviously got attention from the basement dweller and voila, it was deleted. For now, he still arrives at the office at 11 a. It was better when it was free, it was fun and a happy place. The guy is a very rich low-life, plain and simple. The only quesion is how deep into the criminal underbelly do these operations reach? The steel industry hasn't changed technology in, what, 50, 100 years? Of course, I already know what they're doing.
The real problem arises when this type of person achieves the kind of control that wealth unfortunately imparts and the inferiority complex morphs into a God complex. Markus Frind shot at his condo overlooking Coal Harbour in Vancouver Jackie Dives I started Plenty of Fish in February 2003. According to some posters, a bot has been sending out mail telling members that another member wants to meet them when that is not the case. Perhaps that explains why, on the surface, the site is the same old fish it ever was—full of ungainly grammar and unruly capitalizations—but that the program underpinning it, which Frind writes himself, is in continuous improvement mode. It's a combination of both sites, but it's 100% free.
Wow… this blog sounds like a lotta sour grapes green envy to me. Could it get anymore dishonest than this. It was just past the dot-com boom, and every six months, I'd join a company and it would go out of business, and I'd jump to the next one and the next one. Markus Frind is starting to get in some more trouble due to his new feature called Meet Me. In truth, Varaschin had not been active on the site for years, and Frind is adamant her personal information was never accessed by a hacker.
When you sit and think about all the comments above mine! Years ago, when it was new, Markus was involved and seemed to care about his users. I actually enjoyed plenty of fish and have made friends with some great people…but because a few complain on me I lose contact with friends. By October, I was generating 4,000 or 5,000 bucks a month, thanks to Google's advertising platform. Frind is rather lazy, it would be easy to compete with his service. Rather than buy a book, he learned by adding new functions and features to the site.
We don't collect phone numbers or PayPal accounts and never have. Of course, he notes, that was very hard to do, and he nailed it. Make Online Dating Fun and Free Again! Thanks very much for creating such a beautiful dating service. It's about determining cultural and personal preferences, just as on any other site, from Match. On : Markus is basically a one-man band running a website that, by his latest traffic figures, is two and a half times bigger than digg. He declares that PlentyofFish users send 5. I'm dabbling in a whole bunch of different industries, including a steel mill, of all things.
I'm just sort of taking my time. He is a cunt only because i wish i had already done what he did. He probably submitted a few news releases and the media picked it up and distributed everywhere. Every time some lonely horny bugger doesnt get laid and clicks the link, Marcus gets a small fee. Here is the real secret to Marcus success: People get lonely, fact of life. I feel alot of the naysayers and whiners about his attitude are a wee bit jealous. The more people you hire, the more work you get done.
He does not — his web hosting company does. You blog post is only helping too! Oh by the way I understand being a fool myself makes it eaiser to play with more balls scene on the top shelf… ajust to the left and then we all can look right. Instead of making most of its money from subscription fees, like its largest rivals, the company focuses on raising funds by carrying adverts on its site. The media loves these types of stories. He lacks the moral fiber to responsibly wield his ill-gotten power.
My ad revenue is very very negligable and doesnt bye me more than a case of beer a year to celebrate my thousands of hours of hard effort. What I think is interesting is how Markus Frind keeps bragging in public about the success of his little company. It would take years to grow to his level. Was it mostly the fact that he actually had started to work at it and was too lazy to continue working on the site? On average, he puts in about a 10-hour workweek. It was a very tumultuous time. Then factor in that he has a many year headstart on you.