» Gates proves once again to be an idiot.
» If he was bald, what would he say?
» I hope Melinda gets bald!! we will have a good laugh!! EH, BILLY, DID YOU
» MARRY HOMER SIMPSON??
» At least a bit of respect, sir, we are not killing those malaria guys.
» a lot of money is “wasted” in irrelevant things, like fashion, lingerie
» and lipsticks, but you know what? its a cool thing, and makes life more
» pleasurable. I hope this money keeps getting “wasted” in these superficial
» things.» How about those videogames Microsoft sells?
Don’t you think this money
» could be better invested in Malaria research?»
» If you think deeply, you will realize that 90% of the products are not
» really necessary… if we want to live like monkeys in the forest.
My comment. We had DDT for malaria years ago and it worked extremely well in killing mosquito populations and keeping their numbers under control. Some bad science prompted by Rachel Carson’s book, “Silent Spring”, led to the banning of this substance and malaria and mosquitos made a big comeback.
Baldness research via Aderans, Follica, ACELL, Intercytex, Histogen, Pfizer, Androscience, Glaxo-Smith-Kline, and a few other smaller entitites, does not really eat up all that much money. Gates literally was probably talking out of his @ss on this one, and couldn’t have provided numbers to save his life. He was just guessing almost assuredly.
If Melinda Gates, a nutbar activist who has been a gold-digger since college–trying to socially ingrate herself with the wealthiest guys and a lousy businessperson (remember “Microsoft Bob”----that was Melinda’s project, a huge failure) who wants to be a world-crusader with Bill’s money (that Bill only made because IBM execs made about the worst business decision in history, allowing Bill a monopoly on softward to run their computers, thus making all IBM clones have to use Microsoft’s “so-so” software), went female-pattern bald over the next two years with see-through hair…I promise you she’d become very interested in baldness research and would probably demand to PERSONALLY get to speak with Dr. Angela Christiano, Vera Price, Marty Sawaya wanting to know “when we can expect a cure for this horrible afflicitve condition” and when is “science going to address this important women’s issue”, etc.
Steve Jobs, who once had a nice head of hair, went bald. Thats probably why Bill doesn’t want a cure for baldness to be found.