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» » » » »baldness is not important.
» » » »
» » » »
» » » » What a horrible thing to say helpme. How dare you.
» » »
» » » You people should go duke it out with a heart disease patient waiting
» » for
» » » a transplant donor, and knowing every day is bringing him or her
» closer
» » to
» » » death. Go and show them your bald shiny head and say “My baldness is
» as
» » » important as your heart disease”. Yes we all want this sh!t to be
» cured
» » » but lets not get crazy here.
» »
» » If that heart disease patient got it from stuffing his face then I
» would
» » definitely go show my balding head to them and say its more important.
» » Honestly all those fat f*cks can easily stop there problem by not
» stuffing
» » their face. Why do you think stapling someones gut is so successful?
» Cause
» » they don’t eat as much. If I could stop baldness by running or eating
» » healthy I would. I hate fat people they are consuming all the medical
» » resources because so many diseases revolve around their fat ass. If
» » hairloss consumed even a quarter of the resources fatness did we would
» » have a cure.
»
»
» Surely your not being serious. Your brimming with bitterness and that
» anger is causing you to be illogical and make a sweeping generalization.
» You took my heart disease point and ran with it, but didn’t get very far.
» Heart disease is but one condition that is potentially fatal. There are
» countless diseases that have no known cures and not all of them have to do
» with 'stuffing" ones face.Even if were to use heart disease as an example,
» heredity cannot be underestimated as a contributing factor, not all heart
» diseases are caused by ‘stuffing’ ones face. My point being, baldness is
» important ONLY to the balding man or woman. The medical community’s first
» responsibility is to save lives, not make sure Bob or Larry wont be forced
» to put on a hat when leaving the house. I am very aware of the
» psychological trauma thinning hair can cause, however thats our own issue
» and it will always stay in the back burner when we take into account that
» its competing against diseases that KILL.

I think their point was that psychological trauma (aka BDD) also kills… its just a slower death. Also it should be noted that they found a correlation between heart disease and MPB. I wonder if this is due to the added stress it causes. Just food for thought.

» anyway, hair is just something which matters for your looks and even if
» there is hollywood, still looks dont matter this much in this society.
» especially when you get older.

ROFL.

When was the last time America elected a bald president?

Eisenhower.

Of course the voters had no choice, the other candidate was Adlai Stevenson, who was even balder.

In fact, there’s been very few bald presidents throughout the country’s history.

Interesting, especially considering that a very large percentage of men of presidential age have significant hairloss.

Yet only a very small percentage are elected president.

the world is ruled by money and by politics and by society (which is all people togehter and all together make money and make politics). baldness isnt seen as a problem in society so noone puts his money to research something for it and noone elects someone who would put a countries money in researching it.

though we have luck since most people who got mpb suffer from it to a degree. everyone a bit and some a bit more. some go for transplants, some go for medication and so there is money to make which leads to companies like intercytex. coz they see there is much money to make. but you cannot rationaly think that politics and huge medical companies would put as much money in baldness treatments as in heart disease treatments.

we are really lucky that intercytex and a few others try it. it could even be that noone would try it in 2007! its just luck that science has so much developed and that some rich people made a company to find a solution for baldness. but we still need more luck that this science works and brings out something usable. JB who i think has much knowledge in the field of science says HM comes out at 2011 as its earliest possible date. but it could be much later aswell. so we definatley need luck again!

if HM comes out and is safe and good, i definatley go for it. but i dont waste my time with hope! it still can fail! go live your life at the best!

but you cannot
» rationaly think that politics and huge medical companies would put as much
» money in baldness treatments as in heart disease treatments.
»

No why would they? Why would a company want to make billions of $$$? I can’t figure that one out either. BTW where did you take economics?

» but you cannot
» » rationaly think that politics and huge medical companies would put as
» much
» » money in baldness treatments as in heart disease treatments.
» »
»
»
» No why would they? Why would a company want to make billions of $$$? I
» can’t figure that one out either. BTW where did you take economics?

where did you take your reality from? where are billions of $$$ to make with hair? ok well, you can make billions of $$$ with hair , but not as many as with a cure for heart disease. anyway first bring your hair-cure to work and then you can make billions of $$$ but that means you have invest at least many millions of $$$ first and it can fail! and you dont get much help in meanings of $$$ for that science!

accept it , not everyone goes as crazy after hair like you!

» » but you cannot
» » » rationaly think that politics and huge medical companies would put as
» » much
» » » money in baldness treatments as in heart disease treatments.
» » »
» »
» »
» » No why would they? Why would a company want to make billions of $$$? I
» » can’t figure that one out either. BTW where did you take economics?
»
» where did you take your reality from? where are billions of $$$ to make
» with hair? ok well, you can make billions of $$$ with hair , but not as
» many as with a cure for heart disease. anyway first bring your hair-cure
» to work and then you can make billions of $$$ but that means you have
» invest at least many millions of $$$ first and it can fail! and you dont
» get much help in meanings of $$$ for that science!
»
» accept it , not everyone goes as crazy after hair like you!

Don’t bet on it slick. Just b/c many balding dudes aren’t posting on these forums 24/7 don’t think for a freakin minute they wouldn’t jump at the opportunity to solve their hair loss problem if they knew there was a total cure… many of whom would mortgage the farm to do so.

» » » but you cannot
» » » » rationaly think that politics and huge medical companies would put
» as
» » » much
» » » » money in baldness treatments as in heart disease treatments.
» » » »
» » »
» » »
» » » No why would they? Why would a company want to make billions of $$$?
» I
» » » can’t figure that one out either. BTW where did you take economics?
» »
» » where did you take your reality from? where are billions of $$$ to make
» » with hair? ok well, you can make billions of $$$ with hair , but not as
» » many as with a cure for heart disease. anyway first bring your
» hair-cure
» » to work and then you can make billions of $$$ but that means you have
» » invest at least many millions of $$$ first and it can fail! and you
» dont
» » get much help in meanings of $$$ for that science!
» »
» » accept it , not everyone goes as crazy after hair like you!
»
»
» Don’t bet on it slick. Just b/c many balding dudes aren’t posting on these
» forums 24/7 don’t think for a freakin minute they wouldn’t jump at the
» opportunity to solve their hair loss problem if they knew there was a
» total cure… many of whom would mortgage the farm to do so.

maybe if you just had to click on a button and you had hair. common , not everyone wants hair, there are even people who like beeing bald! lol…i know that sounds unbelievable for you ;).

or why isnt everyone using propecia and minoxidil? or why doesnt everyone go for transplants? just coz its not perfect? there are even people with nw2 for a life time. they could for ht. but they dont!

and there are so many people who just started going bald and who dont use treatments. i read of people who even stopped propecia even it worked very well for their hair.

you live in your own reality. thats ok because everyone does in some way but if you think strange you dont have to wonder that you suffer from things which other people dont (like mpb ).

» Surely your not being serious. Your brimming with bitterness and that
» anger is causing you to be illogical and make a sweeping generalization.
» You took my heart disease point and ran with it, but didn’t get very far.
» Heart disease is but one condition that is potentially fatal. There are
» countless diseases that have no known cures and not all of them have to do
» with 'stuffing" ones face.Even if were to use heart disease as an example,
» heredity cannot be underestimated as a contributing factor, not all heart
» diseases are caused by ‘stuffing’ ones face. My point being, baldness is
» important ONLY to the balding man or woman. The medical community’s first
» responsibility is to save lives, not make sure Bob or Larry wont be forced
» to put on a hat when leaving the house. I am very aware of the
» psychological trauma thinning hair can cause, however thats our own issue
» and it will always stay in the back burner when we take into account that
» its competing against diseases that KILL.

Blah, blah, blah.

Been there, done that.

I nearly died a half-dozen times (that I know about), one of which was from a tumor. All I cared about regarding the operation to remove the tumor was whether the anesthesia would aggravate my hairloss. Had there been a real risk that the operation would have damaged my hair further, I would have refused the operation.

The tumor turned out not to be malignant, btw.

So don’t preach to me what’s important to me; neither imply I’m crazy for not having your values.

We will all die someday. It’s the long trip from birth to death where the problems happen.

not everyone wants hair

And you believe them?

LOL.

They sure don’t elect many bald presidents.

» >not everyone wants hair
»
» And you believe them?
»
» LOL.
»
» They sure don’t elect many bald presidents.

come on, i dont have statistical data about what people want. but i know there are people out there who WANT to be bald, there are people out there who just dont care, there are people out there who would pay 1 $ for hair , but nothing more, there are people like me who would even pay 10.000-20.000 $ if it was safe and good and there are people like you who would give everything - even their life - for hair. :smiley:

i think the average joe would want hair over no hair but i dont know if they would pay for it. its an individual thing because people are indivual. im sure there is a market for hair products like HM or HT or meds for hair (new treatments) or else companies wouldnt invest in such technologies and past has shown that people buy things and do things to get hair. but not everyone! damn fucking not everyone. accept that please. again its not everyone as crazy for hair as you are. and you know why you suffer from having no hair! because you cannot accept it and want HM to be reality better yesterday than today. your problem :).

I want hair,but if I looked great without hair,that would be a hell of a lot easier,wouldn’t it.

I shave what hair I have left down with balding clippers,but I do not look great,It looks better than thinng hair.I’m 43 and yes I still care how I look.The big question is why - not sure.

ROLL ON HM!

» I want hair,but if I looked great without hair,that would be a hell of a
» lot easier,wouldn’t it.
»
» I shave what hair I have left down with balding clippers,but I do not look
» great,It looks better than thinng hair.I’m 43 and yes I still care how I
» look.The big question is why - not sure.
»
» ROLL ON HM!

come on you said there are people who say you look good bald! believe them. :slight_smile:

» » I want hair,but if I looked great without hair,that would be a hell of a
» » lot easier,wouldn’t it.
» »
» » I shave what hair I have left down with balding clippers,but I do not
» look
» » great,It looks better than thinng hair.I’m 43 and yes I still care how
» I
» » look.The big question is why - not sure.
» »
» » ROLL ON HM!
»
» come on you said there are people who say you look good bald! believe
» them. :slight_smile:

helpme007…The point I was trying to get over is wouldn’t it be great if we all looked good bald…Yes I have had a couple of complements of how I look better now I shave my hair down with balding clippers (They are actually called balding clippers,what a name),I had one lady friend tell me it took 10 years off me - You have a good memory helpme007.I even had someone just last week tell me I don’t look 43,more like 39 - So maybe a completely baldhead does help.

I also thinks it helps to dress young(ish),act young,which I seem to do naturally.Funny thing is quite a few of my friends are bald or balding more than me - I wonder if they have a secret hang up about it,its not something men talk about is it.

In the winter I tend to do more business over the internet,rather than selling direct to people - Hairsite is a bit addictive isn’t it.

Roll on HM!

» » » I want hair,but if I looked great without hair,that would be a hell of
» a
» » » lot easier,wouldn’t it.
» » »
» » » I shave what hair I have left down with balding clippers,but I do not
» » look
» » » great,It looks better than thinng hair.I’m 43 and yes I still care
» how
» » I
» » » look.The big question is why - not sure.
» » »
» » » ROLL ON HM!
» »
» » come on you said there are people who say you look good bald! believe
» » them. :slight_smile:
»
» helpme007…The point I was trying to get over is wouldn’t it be great if
» we all looked good bald…Yes I have had a couple of complements of how I
» look better now I shave my hair down with balding clippers (They are
» actually called balding clippers,what a name),I had one lady friend tell
» me it took 10 years off me - You have a good memory helpme007.I even had
» someone just last week tell me I don’t look 43,more like 39 - So maybe a
» completely baldhead does help.
»
» I also thinks it helps to dress young(ish),act young,which I seem to do
» naturally.Funny thing is quite a few of my friends are bald or balding
» more than me - I wonder if they have a secret hang up about it,its not
» something men talk about is it.
»
» In the winter I tend to do more business over the internet,rather than
» selling direct to people - Hairsite is a bit addictive isn’t it.
»
» Roll on HM!

hehe lol…ya somehow its addictive. but if you look good and young where is the problem?

blah blah blah? Ahab, arent you too old to act in such a childish manner? wait arent you too old to care about the fact that your BALD? seriously get the &*^& over it man YOUR BALD, big deal.

» blah blah blah? Ahab, arent you too old to act in such a childish manner?
» wait arent you too old to care about the fact that your BALD? seriously
» get the &*^& over it man YOUR BALD, big deal.

good post :). cant add anything to it. :smiley:

» » blah blah blah? Ahab, arent you too old to act in such a childish
» manner?
» » wait arent you too old to care about the fact that your BALD? seriously
» » get the &*^& over it man YOUR BALD, big deal.
»
» good post :). cant add anything to it. :smiley:

Clearly neither one of you have any business whatsoever telling people that they care about their hairloss to much. Especially you helpme007 last year you were on here crying for advice about your transplant which everyone here told you not to do myself included. I know tons of people in there 50s and 60s that still care about there hairloss and want hair although they won’t admit it you can tell by them still wearing a hat as much and as often as they can. Frankly anyone that comes to this website telling someone to get over their hairloss is a fing hypocrite. So before you start asking that question to other people why don’t you redirect that question back to yourself.

» come on, i dont have statistical data about what people want.

You don’t need statistical data.

Human evolution plainly shows that hairy people of reproductive age are more fit as more of them survived the struggle of natural selection:

» arent you too old

Then you should defer to my wisdom and experience.

NO ONE who posts here has had more experience with baldness, quack solutions, and how it all affects the lives of people.

For example, I have seen hairstyles come and go: those of you who think shaving your head is the solution–just wait until that goes out of fashion.

Not to mention that even now, many people with power over your lives [usually older people like a boss, prospective employer, a customer, the parents of the girl you’d like to marry, etc.–all usually older, like me], view a shaved head as a sign of a criminal low-life street thug. A skinhead.

» » » blah blah blah? Ahab, arent you too old to act in such a childish
» » manner?
» » » wait arent you too old to care about the fact that your BALD?
» seriously
» » » get the &*^& over it man YOUR BALD, big deal.
» »
» » good post :). cant add anything to it. :smiley:
»
» Clearly neither one of you have any business whatsoever telling people
» that they care about their hairloss to much. Especially you helpme007 last
» year you were on here crying for advice about your transplant which
» everyone here told you not to do myself included. I know tons of people in
» there 50s and 60s that still care about there hairloss and want hair
» although they won’t admit it you can tell by them still wearing a hat as
» much and as often as they can. Frankly anyone that comes to this website
» telling someone to get over their hairloss is a fing hypocrite. So before
» you start asking that question to other people why don’t you redirect that
» question back to yourself.

pshhh. you can get over hairloss. period. maybe not to a point where you like a bald head over a hairy head (though some people can do that, too!) but you can accept it in a way that it doesnt matter anymore. you have other flaws too!

i dont think you look like brad pitt (and i dont mean his hair). and you are not bill gates, you are not as good in soccer as ronaldinho. and so on. you always have to accept things of reality.

i would go for HM if it was real and safe. i dont say i wouldnt. but you can live a happy life with baldness. thats what i want to say. you dont have to be bitter or depressed (coz of hairloss).

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