» “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
» 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.