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Hangin was right all the way... Morphine shots to the board


#1

This is so depressing…

Back to square one now…

I’m just wondering though: Is synthetic hair still a bad option for eternal baldies like us???

Cheers…


#2

You guys had your expectations too high.

I see nothing especially horrible about ICX’s press release.


#3

» You guys had your expectations too high.
»
» I see nothing especially horrible about ICX’s press release.

What? are you thick or something? They are not developing the product. I repeat. THEY ARE NOT DEVELOPING THE PRODUCT.

I can’t make it any clearer man.:surprised:


#4

» » You guys had your expectations too high.
» »
» » I see nothing especially horrible about ICX’s press release.
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» What? are you thick or something? They are not developing the product. I
» repeat. THEY ARE NOT DEVELOPING THE PRODUCT.
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» I can’t make it any clearer man.:surprised:

They are looking for a new partner to do phase 3 with. It can happen.


#5

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#6

No, I’m not “thick.”

I just never assumed that HM was gonna be fixing my head in 2010.

They’ve got a safe and minimally-invasive method of regrowing/strengthening hair to make it DHT resistant. And they’ve even come out and suggested that total restorations of bald heads are totally feasible for this method if it gets developed.

Just use your capitalist common sense here. This whole thing reads like a surefire way to start printing money in the big picture.

I think there is no way in hell that ICX’s DP cell project will be totally abandoned now. Not unless something like Follica with similiar HM potetial takes its place in the market pipeline.