January 29th, 2007

Ann Vole

Fast cars, expensive watches, and pets

There is a magazine with the name of a tobacco company (not allowed to advertise or even sponser some things in Canada... the government does not regualate titles... yet) that showcases fast cars and fancy vehicles like stretch limos. The advertizements are mostly car companies but there are lots of expensive watch advertizements and the occational law firm or finantial services. What surprised me was the high number of ads for animals: guard dogs, pedegree odd breeds like sharpas, horses, cats, birds, training services and books, special vet services. Then I looked at the other ads and almost every one of them had a pet animal in the ad when the ad showed people. I always looked at pet breeding to be aimed at the lower class people to buy them but then it struck me... Just about every rich or famous person I know of has pets. There is even a show specifically about the pets of the rich and famous.

What does that mean for me as a potential pet breeder and distributor (via the internet)? Most people will see dollar signs and think of how much more money I could charge but money is not my goal. What this means for me is if I can get rich people to see the value of what I am doing, they will be willing to back projects by other potential breeders to follow my model. I don't want to bother taking over the world's pet market, I just want the world's pet market to adopt my ideas on how to make the animal's lives much better. Adding star actors to my films and film funding are other potential benefits to selling up-scale pets to the rich and famous.
Ann Vole

Mr Ann

Ann Vole entered in http://www.paulsadowski.org/Numbers.asp
What your first name means:

Russian Female Variant of Hebrew Hannah. Favor. Grace.
Irish Male Priceless.
Hebrew Female Variant of Hannah: Favour or grace. God has favoured me. Prayer.
German Male Name of a king.
English Male Merciful.
English Female A variant of Hannah introduced to Britain in the 13th century, made popular in the 14th century by the cult of St Anne. The form of the name varies with fashion:.
Anglo-Saxon Male Graceful.

It is interesting how accurate they are with my fake name for personality stuff but quite wrong for all the variations of my real name. If there is something real behind this stuff, I may have been born with the wrong name.

I always knew that Ann was a guy's name in some cultures but those are not listed (Japanese, French) but instead there are Irish, Anglo-Saxon, and English male Anns and a German one for good measure.