My decision to go on The Millionaire Matchmaker was a difficult one. I am a very private person and the thought of being on TV did not make me comfortable. There was also a challenge between me and another young millionaire, so I felt I had to give it a try. Maybe Patti could actually find my match! In addition, promoting my motorcycle company, GIObikes.com, could do no harm.
Patti is a very talented lady and, for the most part, is very good at reading people. Although, I am not a chauvinist, I do have a more traditional view of the male/female relationship. I was a bit disappointed with the limited selections for me. There was little or no chemistry with the ladies.
I am basing my beliefs on what I have seen in my life. My parents have been married for close to 40 years now. . .happy days, unhappy days, but they are still together, and that's what love is about to me. Perhaps the only good thing about the communist system, in which my parents grew up, is that no one had more money than anyone else -- no better deal -- so people chose each other for who they were. I have been looking for the same, but it is difficult in today's materialistic world full of fakeness. Women armed with plastic bodies and men loaded with plastic credit cards; it's all one big illusion.