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» » » » » You are nearly 60 ? Does hair loss bother you just as much as it
» did
» » » » when
» » » » » you were in your 20s ?
» » » »
» » » » Did Ahab ever forgive and forget Moby Dick?
» » » »
» » » » “it was that accursed white whale that razeed me; made a poor
» pegging
» » » » lubber of me for ever and a day . . . . I’ll chase him round Good
» » Hope,
» » » » and round the horn, and round the norway maelstrom, and round
» » » perdition’s
» » » » flames before I give him up . . . . to chase that white whale on
» both
» » » » sides of land, and over all sides of earth, till he spouts black
» » blood
» » » and
» » » » rolls fin out.”
» » »
» » » you know what happened…
» »
» » And I commend Ahab for it.
» »
» » May the gods grant me so worthy a life and so noble an end.
»
» so your life is worthy? you say you are mad about hairloss. does that make
» your life worthy? or you want it to become worthy when you get your hair
» back?

I will never accept my baldness.

I will never surrender to baldness.

Never.

I may be bald outside, but I remain hairy inside my head.

Think like a hairy man, and no longer BE a bald man, is what I mean.

I live a hermit’s existence until the day may come when I might have hair again.

But until that day, I refuse to participate in living; by doing so, I will have accepted my fate, and will thereby have deserved it.

n/t

» » » » » » You are nearly 60 ? Does hair loss bother you just as much as it
» » did
» » » » » when
» » » » » » you were in your 20s ?
» » » » »
» » » » » Did Ahab ever forgive and forget Moby Dick?
» » » » »
» » » » » “it was that accursed white whale that razeed me; made a poor
» » pegging
» » » » » lubber of me for ever and a day . . . . I’ll chase him round Good
» » » Hope,
» » » » » and round the horn, and round the norway maelstrom, and round
» » » » perdition’s
» » » » » flames before I give him up . . . . to chase that white whale on
» » both
» » » » » sides of land, and over all sides of earth, till he spouts black
» » » blood
» » » » and
» » » » » rolls fin out.”
» » » »
» » » » you know what happened…
» » »
» » » And I commend Ahab for it.
» » »
» » » May the gods grant me so worthy a life and so noble an end.
» »
» » so your life is worthy? you say you are mad about hairloss. does that
» make
» » your life worthy? or you want it to become worthy when you get your
» hair
» » back?
»
» I will never accept my baldness.
»
» I will never surrender to baldness.
»
» Never.
»
» I may be bald outside, but I remain hairy inside my head.
»
» Think like a hairy man, and no longer BE a bald man, is what I mean.
»
» I live a hermit’s existence until the day may come when I might have hair
» again.
»
» But until that day, I refuse to participate in living; by doing so, I will
» have accepted my fate, and will thereby have deserved it.

Ahab, you are a wise man beyond your years. Until HM arrives, I will live the same way even putting my health and life at risk if need be to attain hair. I am naked without hair, and I refuse to leave the house naked.

I highly doubt anyone would care so incredibly about hair if we had first started losing it at an age that isnt categorized as “prematurely” balding.

Most parents I know who are 60 are married, have kids who have started careers, retiring…the last thing on their minds are probably how much hair is shed in the shower. im sure it bothers them but not the extent that they devote their lives. They had a chance to live and enjoy life without thinking of this curse.

Its the ones who lose it early…we’re the ones whose mentally <> by all this in the end. Desperately putting off life, telling ourselves that some day will be “our day” because we’ve been forced to live a life of going through the motions like adam sandler in the movie “click”. We are on autopilot… its so sad to see older men who still care so much about this deep down because their still waiting to be given their own rightful chance at life.

i cant stand it

» Ahab, you are a wise man beyond your years. Until HM arrives, I will live
» the same way even putting my health and life at risk if need be to attain
» hair. I am naked without hair, and I refuse to leave the house naked.

Not exactly how I feel about it.

It is not so much baldness I object to, as it is early onset baldness.

Had I experienced an average amount of hairloss and thinning, even to the point of eventually having become a Norwood 4 or worse at sixty, I’d not be so pissed off.

I had so much going for me when I was young, that I was even willing to accept a certain amount of thinning.

But thinning at 14 and Norwood 5 by my mid twenties, just when my life was about to really take off, was and is unacceptable.

So I refuse to reproduce.

I will not create children and thereby pass the baldness genes down to further generations.

Like Ahab going down with the whale, I will let all my genes go extinct, because that will take the baldness genes with them into extinction.

I will not, for the sake of life’s pleasures (and there have always been many of those for me despite my baldness), accomodate those baldness genes within me, will not give them a free ride through evolution.

I will, like Ahab, spit my last breath at them!

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