Friday, June 10, 2005

Oprah on air at different times around the world

Hi folks, I've found it interesting that Oprah is viewed in more than 100 countries around the world-but on different days. I notice this by people signing up for the newsletters. Last week a lot of people signed up from Indonesia, the week before the Philippines. Earlier this week many Dutch and two days ago many Irish. Oprah truly is amazing. Have a great weekend. Richard Roe AKA The Senior Bachelor


Anonymous said...

The episode of the Oprah show that you were on appeared on TV3 here in Ireland a few days ago - I haven't been able to think about much else since - although I (personally) reckon I'm perfect for you - I'm only 28.... Maybe what's more apparant is the fact that YOU'RE perfect for ME....!!!!

There aren't many Irish guys with your zest for life - regardless of age!!!

Good luck on your quest, and whoever you do choose, she should thank her lucky stars for getting the opportunity to spend some time with an inspiring person such as yourself.

Sunday, June 12, 2005 10:23:15 AM  
Anonymous said...

Wow the competition is getting huge - all over the world huh! How fascinating and exciting for you to be able to recruit from your living room to the world like that. What a great time to be single!! : )
Richard, you must make Florida one of your city tours..I am worth the trip - I promise! So many ladies, so little time. I know you will be overhwelmed but excited - you do have your work cut out for you. I think you should wait and and narrow down your search to the one's you want to meet - then invite those to meet with you in person. Paula in Palm Beach!

Tuesday, June 14, 2005 12:05:57 PM  
ceesoo said...

I've been contemplating how disconcerting this process is --- how can a person commit to a month with someone they haven't even had dinner with?

Richard, as you find your way on this journey, I hope you will find a few more meeting places between the video tape and the airline ticket.

We are all wondering, how in the world you are going to choose. On what are you basing your information? How good we look or how entertaining or sincere we are in a 3 minute video or 3 minute interview?

What if I am your first scheduled travel companion in South America and we discover we are DYNAMITE together, then I have to go home and feel OK about you going off for 5 more months with 5 other women, putting our fabulous dynamic connection on hold. Ouch!

I sincerely think you should consult Dr. Phil AND that he should be a judge ! You are messing with people's lives here, wouldn't it be wise to get professional advice about how to proceed?

A few (gentle) suggestions
*First, get very clear about, not just what, but who you are looking for and be honest with yourself and us. After a time, you're going to have to start narrowing the field a bit, though your heart may want to embrace every one of us. You can at least throw out a few characteristics you find attractive --- I read that you like a "tomboyish" woman (skier, mountain biker, roller blader) rather than a "shopper" -- that helps us know if we would be a match or not and keeps our hopes in perspective.

*When traveling to cities for interviews, only invite a few select women whom you sincerely feel have a chance, then spend some time with them. Have breakfast, lunch or dinner with them, invite them to show you something special in their city. For example, spend 3 days in a city and visit with 3 women/day. Bring a trusted companion or two along on these trips to meet these ladies so you can discuss impressions.

*When you have narrowed the field even further, figure out some other ways to evaluate if you match and then spend more quality time with the candidates. A weekend somewhere?

We, Senior Bachelorettes, are swooning over the Romance and Adventure and intrigue of this whole proposition, but after all, it's still about two people dealing with how many days you wear your socks and how I mess up the newspaper when I read it.
Vitally yours,

Tuesday, June 14, 2005 3:53:51 PM  
Michele said...

I would love to see Dr. Phil's face when he asks you "How's that working for you?" and you reply "Oh - it's working!"

Tuesday, June 14, 2005 9:09:17 PM  
wendy said...

I have never seen the Oprah episode but caught you when you appeared on the GMTV show early one morning in the UK.

So straight to the computer and now I'm up to date with your venture!

Amazing! I have already sent an introductory email while I sort out a biography and video footage.

Let's hope you eventually find (and me!!) someone to fit the four A's....Adore,Admire,Accept and Adapt.

Wendy in Winchester

Wednesday, June 15, 2005 5:10:20 AM  
LeeislesVT said...

Hi Richard,

Love Oprah, unfortunately I worked the day you were on. My parents gave me your web site. Since I have rented the movie you and Chris made "Pop & Me" and it was great. You looked great and very interesting. Your sons are so handsome and Chris looks a lot like you. After watching the movie I felt so ready for another travel adventure. It is so great to actually meet the people and to talk to them.

I want to go! I want to meet you!! Pick me! Please!
Donna (LeeislesVT)

Thursday, June 16, 2005 12:48:28 PM  
Anonymous said...

Oprah is also showing Malaysia as well, that is how I got to know about your website. Good luck on your journey ahead.

Thursday, June 16, 2005 9:12:27 PM  
Anonymous said...

Saw it on Oprah, in Accra, Ghana.

Wishing you well in your quest

Friday, June 24, 2005 3:58:07 AM  
BB said...

Saw it on Oprah today in Portugal-Europe.
I have found it very interesting..
Wishing you well in your quest :)

Thursday, September 29, 2005 7:19:46 AM  

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