Humor / Self-Help

Helping the Follicly Challenged Come to Acceptance

February 13, 2013
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Indie author David Stern

David Stern is no ordinary bald guy.

He’s a fully actualized bald man.

Stern has gone through all five stages of grieving for his hair, and he’s now in a better place. If you or someone you know wants to join him there, “The Balding Handbook” will provide you with a road map.

“The Balding Handbook” takes you beyond those embarrassing denial moments (hats, combovers, plugs, pieces), keeps you out of jail during that angry second stage, helps you construct a perfect offer to God while you bargain for your hair back, comforts you through the depths of balding depression, and brings you into the light.

Of course, you’ll need sunscreen when you get there…

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How pervasive is baldness?

davegraveFrom Dave Stern’s website

Consider these sobering statistics. There are approximately 3,500,000,000 men living on earth today. Of those, approximately 500,000,000 have experienced the heartbreak of male pattern baldness. HALF A BILLION! That’s 8 Englands, over 1 1/2 United States and more than 800 Baltimores. Virtually everyone on earth has been touched in some way by this horrible malady.

Oh, and check out Dave’s online petition to “rename our incredibly insensitively named national symbol the, “Bald Eagle”, to the “Follicly-Challenged” Eagle.”

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4 Responses to Helping the Follicly Challenged Come to Acceptance

  1. January 2, 2017 at 6:04 pm

    Karoliina, ai sinäkin tunnet tuon kirjan! Jo kaksi suositusta, pitää kyllä joskus ainakin vilkaista Bichseliä. Googlailin perusteella kovin kiinnostava teos!Meinasin ensin ehdottaa Lokki Joonatania itsekin, mutta en ehdottanut, koska en itse pitänyt siitä enää aikuisena. :) Eikä se ole minustakaan täysin satumainen, tai "virallisesti satu", vaikka siinä onkin sadun pin¤leitÃr.Haniete, kiinnostavaa! Luulin että Pikku Prinssi on tunnettu kaikkialla, Ruotsissa nyt ainakin jos kerran Suomessakin.

  2. February 11, 2017 at 10:56 am

    Estas cosas ocurren cuando problemas serios, como los recursos hidrológicos- se transforman en actos de fe “hooliganistas” -trasvase sí, trasvase no…- sin que nadie se pare un segundo a analizar en serio el problema.

  3. February 14, 2017 at 6:43 am

    Si, el cuento justamente se llama "El entierro prematuro" y Poe lo escribió porque en su época era frecuente que se diera por muertos a personas que habían sufrido un ataque de catalepsia para luego enterrarlos en vida.

  4. May 8, 2017 at 10:38 am

    Hi Max, indeed at this levels a market scare or pullback could make the vxx increase quite much, probably not a bad idea to be hedged if you do not spend too much on it because on the other hand contango relentlessly erodes its value …Cheers!jrv

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