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Bill Gates on Baldness Research


#1

“Gates said more money was being spent finding a cure for baldness than developing drugs to combat malaria. Now, baldness is a terrible thing and rich men are afflicted,’ he joked. ‘That is why that priority has been set. The market does not drive scientists, thinkers, or governments to do the right things. Only by paying attention and making people care can we make as much progress as we need to.’”

Jerk. Personally, I think any money spent on malaria research is money wasted.


#2

“Gates said more money was being spent finding a cure for baldness than developing drugs to combat malaria. Now, baldness is a terrible thing and rich men are afflicted,’ he joked. ‘That is why that priority has been set. The market does not drive scientists, thinkers, or governments to do the right things. Only by paying attention and making people care can we make as much progress as we need to.’”

Jerk. Personally, I think any money spent on malaria research is money wasted.

Your sarcastic comment aside, Bill Gates has a full-head-of-hair, so he has little reason to care about hairloss.
Hmmm… come to think of it, you have a full-head-of-hair as well. Refresh my memory… why are you still here?


#3

» “Gates said more money was being spent finding a cure for
» baldness than developing drugs to combat malaria. Now, baldness is a
» terrible thing and rich men are afflicted,’ he joked. ‘That is why that
» priority has been set. The market does not drive scientists, thinkers, or
» governments to do the right things. Only by paying attention and making
» people care can we make as much progress as we need to.’”
»
» Jerk. Personally, I think any money spent on malaria research is money
» wasted.

»
»
»
»
» Your sarcastic comment aside, Bill Gates has a full-head-of-hair, so he
» has little reason to care about hairloss.
» Hmmm… come to think of it, you have a full-head-of-hair as well. Refresh
» my memory… why are you still here?

You need your memory “refreshed” for the 5th time? Because you don’t let a post to me go without asking it, and I answered it the first 5 times you asked. Did you suffer from some kind of head trauma that affects your memory? That’s it, isn’t it? It would explain your lack of female companionship and general human interaction. You suffered an accident to the head that not only left you horribly scared, but ruined your memory as well. Ever since, you’ve been holed up in your mom’s basement, spending your waking hours on this site, waiting for my posts.

I usually joke about your obsession with me, but Christ, you really DO need some help. You are like my dog, Rev. You come running whenever I post. You check the board compulsively, hoping I post something. How creepy. I guess when you’re a loner without a friend in the world, you have to pass the time somehow.

Getting back on topic, its a little hypocritical for Gates to talk about the market and what it drives people to do.


#4

» » “Gates said more money was being spent finding a cure for
» » baldness than developing drugs to combat malaria. Now, baldness is a
» » terrible thing and rich men are afflicted,’ he joked. ‘That is why that
» » priority has been set. The market does not drive scientists, thinkers,
» or
» » governments to do the right things. Only by paying attention and making
» » people care can we make as much progress as we need to.’”
» »
» » Jerk. Personally, I think any money spent on malaria research is
» money
» » wasted.

» »
» »
» »
» »
» » Your sarcastic comment aside, Bill Gates has a full-head-of-hair, so he
» » has little reason to care about hairloss.
» » Hmmm… come to think of it, you have a full-head-of-hair as well.
» Refresh
» » my memory… why are you still here?
»
» You need your memory “refreshed” for the 5th time? Because you don’t let
» a post to me go without asking it, and I answered it the first 5 times you
» asked. Did you suffer from some kind of head trauma that affects your
» memory? That’s it, isn’t it? It would explain your lack of female
» companionship and general human interaction. You suffered an accident to
» the head that not only left you horribly scared, but ruined your memory as
» well. Ever since, you’ve been holed up in your mom’s basement, spending
» your waking hours on this site, waiting for my posts.
»
» I usually joke about your obsession with me, but Christ, you really DO
» need some help. You are like my dog, Rev. You come running whenever I
» post. You check the board compulsively, hoping I post something. How
» creepy. I guess when you’re a loner without a friend in the world, you
» have to pass the time somehow.
»
» Getting back on topic, its a little hypocritical for Gates to talk about
» the market and what it drives people to do.

Do me a favor:

  1. Stand in front of a mirror. 2) read your previous post out loud.

#5

»
» Do me a favor:
» 1) Stand in front of a mirror. 2) read your previous post out loud.

Why would I do that? You’re the one who stalks me, its not the other way around. Truth hurts.


#6

» I think any money spent on malaria research is money
» wasted.

I absolutely agree.

Let them get sick and die, there will be more world and resources left for the rest of us.

Where does this fool think we can fit the zillions of people living on earth already, let alone zillions more that would result if they didn’t die from Malaria? Next they’ll be hungry, and he’ll want to feed them, then they will be poor, and he’ll want them to live like us, and there’s not enough gas and oil as it is, and we’re running out of other resources, and no place to put our garbage, etc.

Meanwhile, there’s plenty of needy people in America, and plenty of diseases in America (including male pattern baldness)–Gates should worry about that.

But I’ll bet he got this idea to save the turd world from the same source he got the Clippy idea from–his idiot wife.


#7

» » I think any money spent on malaria research is money
» » wasted.
»
» I absolutely agree.
»
» Let them get sick and die, there will be more world and resources left for
» the rest of us.
»
» Where does this fool think we can fit the zillions of people living on
» earth already, let alone zillions more that would result if they didn’t die
» from Malaria? Next they’ll be hungry, and he’ll want to feed them, then
» they will be poor, and he’ll want them to live like us, and there’s not
» enough gas and oil as it is, and we’re running out of other resources, and
» no place to put our garbage, etc.
»
» Meanwhile, there’s plenty of needy people in America, and plenty of
» diseases in America (including male pattern baldness)–Gates should worry
» about that.
»
» But I’ll bet he got this idea to save the turd world from the same source
» he got the Clippy idea from–his idiot wife.

Exactly. Africa can’t feed and educate the people it has, and he wants to help them double their population. Meanwhile, Islomofacism is flourishing in sub-Saharan Africa, which means that all those extra mouths will grow up hating the West and aspiring to Jihad. The guy is totally out of touch with reality. Imagine what worthwhile diseases he could cure with his money (and I’m not talking about balding).


#8

» » I think any money spent on malaria research is money
» » wasted.
»
» I absolutely agree.
»
» Let them get sick and die, there will be more world and resources left for
» the rest of us.
»
» Where does this fool think we can fit the zillions of people living on
» earth already, let alone zillions more that would result if they didn’t die
» from Malaria? Next they’ll be hungry, and he’ll want to feed them, then
» they will be poor, and he’ll want them to live like us, and there’s not
» enough gas and oil as it is, and we’re running out of other resources, and
» no place to put our garbage, etc.
»
» Meanwhile, there’s plenty of needy people in America, and plenty of
» diseases in America (including male pattern baldness)–Gates should worry
» about that.
»
» But I’ll bet he got this idea to save the turd world from the same source
» he got the Clippy idea from–his idiot wife.

Right on sister. Let’s commit mass genocide, scorch the earth outside America’s borders, turn the land into a parking lot for general lee chargers, and take a big steamy dump on any relative that isn’t, at least, a third generation American. Yeehaw!!

… oh wait a minute… you were being ironic, and the dufus that started this thread didn’t get it.


#9

» Right on sister. Let’s commit mass genocide, scorch the earth outside
» America’s borders

I didn’t say that. I said we should not waste our resources on foreigners.

We have our country. They have theirs. That’s what makes us, us; and them, them.

Else, why have a country? Let’s just open the borders and share everything with them.

Phuck 'em.


#10

» Imagine what worthwhile diseases he could cure with his
» money (and I’m not talking about balding).

My hair is more important to me than all the diseased or healthy foreigners in the world.


#11

» » Right on sister. Let’s commit mass genocide, scorch the earth outside
» » America’s borders
»
» I didn’t say that. I said we should not waste our resources on
» foreigners.
»
» We have our country. They have theirs. That’s what makes us, us; and
» them, them.
»
» Else, why have a country? Let’s just open the borders and share
» everything with them.
»
» Phuck 'em.

oh wow. you were actually serious.
I’m sorry you still think the world’s flat.


#12

»
» … oh wait a minute… you were being ironic, and the dufus that started
» this thread didn’t get it.

No he wasn’t, Revtard.


#13

So, you must be one of those people who thinks that we need to close Gitmo to “improve our image” in the world? If so, why do you feel that we need to have a good image in the eyes of foreigners? They are certainly not looking for our approval and could not give two sh_tz about how we perceive them. I have asked this question of some of my liberal friends and I can never get a straight answer.


#14

» So, you must be one of those people who thinks that we need to close Gitmo
» to “improve our image” in the world? If so, why do you feel that we need to
» have a good image in the eyes of foreigners? They are certainly not looking
» for our approval and could not give two sh_tz about how we perceive them. I
» have asked this question of some of my liberal friends and I can never get
» a straight answer.

No. I’m one of those people that thinks you should try to love your neighbor as yourself.


#15

» So, you must be one of those people who thinks that we need to close Gitmo
» to “improve our image” in the world? If so, why do you feel that we need to
» have a good image in the eyes of foreigners? They are certainly not looking
» for our approval and could not give two sh_tz about how we perceive them. I
» have asked this question of some of my liberal friends and I can never get
» a straight answer.

Right on, Jtelecom.

In a few years, many of our so-called friends among other countries will probably be at war with us over diminishing natural resources.

The planet simply isn’t big enough for the whole world to live like we live in the West.

Which means, either we’ll end up fighting other countries for what resources remain, or we’ll be driving around in motor scooters and such like.

So the more of them saved from disease so they can breed, the worst off we’ll be in the future.


#16

»I’m one of those people that thinks you should try to love your
» neighbor as yourself.

Neighbor is someone in your neighborhood, not some heathen barbarian on the other side of the world.


#17

» »I’m one of those people that thinks you should try to love your
» » neighbor as yourself.
»
» Neighbor is someone in your neighborhood, not some heathen barbarian on
» the other side of the world.

Why cross the world to find a heathen barbarian when we can just read your previous comments?


#18

I think somebody needs a hug:crying:


#19

» “Gates said more money was being spent finding a cure for baldness than
» developing drugs to combat malaria. Now, baldness is a terrible thing and
» rich men are afflicted,’ he joked. ‘That is why that priority has been set.
» The market does not drive scientists, thinkers, or governments to do the
» right things. Only by paying attention and making people care can we make
» as much progress as we need to.’”
»
» Jerk. Personally, I think any money spent on malaria research is money
» wasted.

Is this from his speech at Harvard? I remember he said something similar in that speech…what a d*ck! You’d expect with him having a slick bald friend he would have at least the decency not to say something like that.


#20

» » »I’m one of those people that thinks you should try to love your
» » » neighbor as yourself.
» »
» » Neighbor is someone in your neighborhood, not some heathen barbarian on
» » the other side of the world.
»
» Why cross the world to find a heathen barbarian when we can just read your
» previous comments?

  1. In Europe, a lot of people think about americans as “barbarians”, you know, the far west mentality, strange people who love weapons and are absolutely retarded, another version of Hamas I guess … just stereotypes

  2. Reading this thread, it’s clear that sometimes baldness makes people weak, only being very weak and childish you can say the things that are said in this thread.