|George Lucas ("Star Wars" fame) before hair and after hair|
You know, some people can go the bald route and some….cannot
One of the things that has always fascinated me is how the vast accumulation of wealth rarely equals beauty. Ever notice how downright UGLY the wealthiest men are? Man oh man, talk about fugly. Yes, I said "fugly" (which you can figure out).
I always thought "Mr. Softee", aka Bill Gates of the Microsoft scam empire was the ugliest billionaire on the planted. But now I see he has SERIOUS competition. Have you folks checked out this casino gambling billionaire Sheldon Adelson? You know, the gnome who is in the process of buying the American democracy with his billions of ill gotten dollars.
|Sheldon Adelson -beyond plastic surgery (is that lipstick?)|
What prompted me to write this very disrespectful post on Easter Sunday (I don't do Easter) is the photo of George Lucas I saw on my Facebook page this morning. George before hair and George after hair. As I said on the caption of that picture, some people can do bald and some…..well, it doesn't work. George, it's not working because now you look like a major player in the bar scene of your Star Wars movie. George, you are downright CREEPY. And I used to think you were so handsome. And what happened to your NECK?
|Bar scene Star Wars movie|
Then there is my previous Major Ugly billionaire, the soulless Bill Gates. He of the perpetual bangs. Give it up Mr. Softee, you're TOO OLD for the bangs.
|Bill Gates, self-styled philanthropist who is going to erase hunger and disease in…wait for it….INDIA! What about this country you schmuck?|
|The (zombie) Koch Brothers - evil incarnate|
|Larry Ellison - CEO and Emperor of Oracle (software)|
But you know folks, now that I think about it I know a lot of people of "average looks" who I find pretty attractive. You know what I'm thinking now? I think these billionaires whose pictures I posted on this blog are evil. That is where there ugliness comes from. There is no heart or soul in their visages, just a terrible ugliness. You know what they say, all great fortunes are founded on a crime. From the first billionaire in this country, John Jacob Astor, whose fortunes was created from the misery and death of so many trapped creatures whose fur he sold to the rich in Europe during the 18th century.