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Feeling very optimistic about the coming years. Opinions?


#1

Hi all. Just wanted to say that I’m very grateful to have been born in this era. To think that an issue that’s been around since the beginning of Man’s history is going to be resolved is very exciting to me. OK, so currently there isn’t a definitive cure on the shelf as of yet but you have to agree that the proof of concept is there. Just the packaging needs work. Even if ICX news release isn’t all that positive, have you ever known a time where so many creditable individuals/organizations working on the case? I believe in the next 2 years we’re going to see some incredible ground breaking news released all over the place.

Honestly, in 5 years time I think going to see someone for your hair issues will be comparative to visiting your dentist twice a year. No big deal, LOL!!! I guess at that point everyone on this forum will have to find another pet peeve.


#2

» Hi all. Just wanted to say that I’m very grateful to have been born in this
» era. To think that an issue that’s been around since the beginning of Man’s
» history is going to be resolved is very exciting to me. OK, so currently
» there isn’t a definitive cure on the shelf as of yet but you have to agree
» that the proof of concept is there. Just the packaging needs work. Even if
» ICX news release isn’t all that positive, have you ever known a time where
» so many creditable individuals/organizations working on the case? I believe
» in the next 2 years we’re going to see some incredible ground breaking news
» released all over the place.
»
» Honestly, in 5 years time I think going to see someone for your hair
» issues will be comparative to visiting your dentist twice a year. No big
» deal, LOL!!! I guess at that point everyone on this forum will have to
» find another pet peeve.

My prediction, based on nothing more than a hunch and a pinch of common sense, is that HM evenutally be akin to Laser Eye Surgery… i.e It will be a popular cosmetic procedure for normal people, with clinics specialising in that only. Lots of people get their eyes lasered nowadays, I’m thinking about having it done myself to be honest.


#3

» » Hi all. Just wanted to say that I’m very grateful to have been born in
» this
» » era. To think that an issue that’s been around since the beginning of
» Man’s
» » history is going to be resolved is very exciting to me. OK, so
» currently
» » there isn’t a definitive cure on the shelf as of yet but you have to
» agree
» » that the proof of concept is there. Just the packaging needs work. Even
» if
» » ICX news release isn’t all that positive, have you ever known a time
» where
» » so many creditable individuals/organizations working on the case? I
» believe
» » in the next 2 years we’re going to see some incredible ground breaking
» news
» » released all over the place.
» »
» » Honestly, in 5 years time I think going to see someone for your hair
» » issues will be comparative to visiting your dentist twice a year. No
» big
» » deal, LOL!!! I guess at that point everyone on this forum will have to
» » find another pet peeve.
»
» My prediction, based on nothing more than a hunch and a pinch of common
» sense, is that HM evenutally be akin to Laser Eye Surgery… i.e It will
» be a popular cosmetic procedure for normal people, with clinics
» specialising in that only. Lots of people get their eyes lasered
» nowadays, I’m thinking about having it done myself to be honest.

Amen to that.


#4

So - “within five years”…


#5

I know more I’m more excited than most about Follica, Inc – but I’m optimistic about their procedure even more than HM, actually. By 2015 hair loss will be a considered a major cosmetic problem, but definitely solvable using lasers and a topical compound. It’d be like Fraxel lasers today for scarring and aging – you just get a series of 5-6 treatments and then you’ve got hair back.

» Hi all. Just wanted to say that I’m very grateful to have been born in this
» era. To think that an issue that’s been around since the beginning of Man’s
» history is going to be resolved is very exciting to me. OK, so currently
» there isn’t a definitive cure on the shelf as of yet but you have to agree
» that the proof of concept is there. Just the packaging needs work. Even if
» ICX news release isn’t all that positive, have you ever known a time where
» so many creditable individuals/organizations working on the case? I believe
» in the next 2 years we’re going to see some incredible ground breaking news
» released all over the place.
»
» Honestly, in 5 years time I think going to see someone for your hair
» issues will be comparative to visiting your dentist twice a year. No big
» deal, LOL!!! I guess at that point everyone on this forum will have to
» find another pet peeve.


#6

» I know more I’m more excited than most about Follica, Inc – but I’m
» optimistic about their procedure even more than HM, actually. By 2015 hair
» loss will be a considered a major cosmetic problem, but definitely solvable
» using lasers and a topical compound. It’d be like Fraxel lasers today for
» scarring and aging – you just get a series of 5-6 treatments and then
» you’ve got hair back.

why are you more excited about Follica Inc? what is that?


#7

» » I know more I’m more excited than most about Follica, Inc – but I’m
» » optimistic about their procedure even more than HM, actually. By 2015
» hair
» » loss will be a considered a major cosmetic problem, but definitely
» solvable
» » using lasers and a topical compound. It’d be like Fraxel lasers today
» for
» » scarring and aging – you just get a series of 5-6 treatments and then
» » you’ve got hair back.
»
»
» why are you more excited about Follica Inc? what is that?

In five years you’ll STILL be sitting here bitching. It’ll be about something. Trust me. “Oh HM worked better on my left side, if I could only get it 6 more times I’d be happy.” Or “HM is so expensive. If only I wasn’t bald for the last 20 years. I’d have the money to afford it.” And “Let’s all get a class action against Follica, Inc. They suck!” Ha!


#8

» » » I know more I’m more excited than most about Follica, Inc – but I’m
» » » optimistic about their procedure even more than HM, actually. By 2015
» » hair
» » » loss will be a considered a major cosmetic problem, but definitely
» » solvable
» » » using lasers and a topical compound. It’d be like Fraxel lasers today
» » for
» » » scarring and aging – you just get a series of 5-6 treatments and
» then
» » » you’ve got hair back.
» »
» »
» » why are you more excited about Follica Inc? what is that?
»
»
» In five years you’ll STILL be sitting here bitching. It’ll be about
» something. Trust me. “Oh HM worked better on my left side, if I could
» only get it 6 more times I’d be happy.” Or “HM is so expensive. If only I
» wasn’t bald for the last 20 years. I’d have the money to afford it.” And
» “Let’s all get a class action against Follica, Inc. They suck!” Ha!

Once HM comes out I can finally put the bottle away and stop playing russian roulette with myself on the weekends. The Whiskey will go in the cupboard and the revolver will go in the safe and be just a bad memory.


#9

After hair is taken care of, I will finally focus my attention on my other worries about things possibly causing cancer –

– Wifi
– Cell phone waves
– Microwave radiation
– New media such as Sirius radio
– Laser hair removal
– Rogaine
– Propecia
– GM food
– Vaccinations I had recently
– etc…

Mind you, I have no idea what cancer exactly is and how it occurs!!


#10

» After hair is taken care of, I will finally focus my attention on my other
» worries about things possibly causing cancer –
»
» – Wifi
» – Cell phone waves
» – Microwave radiation
» – New media such as Sirius radio
» – Laser hair removal
» – Rogaine
» – Propecia
» – GM food
» – Vaccinations I had recently
» – etc…
»
» Mind you, I have no idea what cancer exactly is and how it occurs!!

Cancer is caused by uncontrolled degeneration of cells. It usually happens after a recent vaccination or because of using too many wifi to acquier informations on hairloss treatments. Nevertheless, overspeculation - which is a case of overmasturabation - can cause cancer too.

good luck ! :slight_smile:


#11

send half 2007, still bald since 1997


#12

» send half 2007, still bald since 1997

Well, I guess you’re going to be in that category where you’ll experience a life changing event. Going through being bald for a decade and then suddenly you having hair again. Honestly though, after the people around you get over the initial shock of you having hair again they’re going to treat the same they always have. Hopefully it’s always been with respect and good intentions.

Keep your chin up, only a few more years to go and seriously time goes by so fast you probably wouldn’t even notice.


#13

» send half 2007, still bald since 1997

Balding since 1962.

Bald sinne 1978.


#14

Very optimistic!