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May 04, 2005

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Sir Alan,iam creating the WORLD PEACE GREAT SAFARI from LONDON to SOUTH AFRICA by road an event which i plan to start this year.I woud like your company to sponsor it or find me a sponsorship deal from Car companies,Tyres companies,oil companies,Hotels,Traveling agents,and we will share the profits.I was moved by your show and i believe enything is posible in this waorld.I will drive with my friend.

Dear Sir Alan Sugar,

The man who might hold the secret to defeating Aids

The case of Andrew Stimpson, 25, who was diagnosed as HIV-positive in 2002 but found to be clear of the virus in 2003, has stunned the medical world. If doctors can establish why this happened, without treatment, it could benefit the 34.9 million virus carriers worldwide.

I need your help to convince Mr Andrew Stimpson to allow doctors to do further test so many millions of Aids suffers to be helped.

Kind Regards

Vinothiny Sivaloganathan

Sir Alan is a great advertisement for British Business, it dosen't surprise me the pm is trying to get in on the act.
The new seris of the Apprentice is on TV and the Sugar PR machine is in full swing. If you take a look at the bbc website he has stories, after only the first show.

Dear sir or Madam,I very much involved with young children trying to fulfil there aims and with this in mind a group of parents are endevoring to
to raise £120000 over a two year period for three projects within our area of Bideford ,Barnstaple,Ilfracoombe
in North Devon,We are hoping to hold an auction towards the end of August.Iam therefore Respectfully enquiring if by any chance the Amstrad Corpoation would donate an item for us to raise a few pounds on.Iappreciate you are inandated with requests but nothing ventured nothing gained.Thank you for your time reading this e-mail.Yours Sincerely Bruce F Pollit(Fundraiser for the North Devon Childrens Appeal)

Sir Alan,
What a cracker of a show it's turning out to be this series! I am enjoying it so much that you were even in my dream the other night!!(but i'd best not go into detail ;-))
How do you manage not to laugh when the groups come out with the most stupid comments? Behind that harsh, but strangely sexy exterior i'm sure you must be in stitches??

Why oh why does everyone find it so hard to accept blame when they have done wrong? They are so afraid of being voted off that they are prepared to blame others.....that's just sneaky!!

Also, how did some of these people get on to this show....or more to the point... get their own job previous to this because some im sure would be incapable of organising an orge in a brothel!!

Anyway, some strong egos in there, but i'm sure you already know whos the winner!! I think i do.

I hope at some stage in my life i can challenge you to a show down as i can be quite a strong character myself ( But in more of a blonde bubbly way rather than grumpy, old, But as i say, strangely sexy way like yourself)
Good luck in all you do.
Denise xx

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