What happened to Bill Gates?

Updated on : January 20, 2022 by Stanley Bailey



What happened to Bill Gates?

Well, you have made some serious political mistakes, so you have to go back for a while. He is going through a crisis in which he is afraid of dying and wants to be immortal. She's not as old as my 90-year-old grandmother, who is getting anxious about things as time fades, but yes. She makes all these plans for the future and feels lonely. I'm going to visit her. She still has most of her mental abilities, but she has a more childish reasoning. It is hitting him to leave in the next few years. I feel horrible about having to put them in nursing homes. She keeps complaining that the staff is leaving. As long as I know

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Well, you have made some serious political mistakes, so you have to go back for a while. He is going through a crisis in which he is afraid of dying and wants to be immortal. She's not as old as my 90-year-old grandmother, who is getting anxious about things as time fades, but yes. She makes all these plans for the future and feels lonely. I'm going to visit her. She still has most of her mental abilities, but she has a more childish reasoning. It is hitting him to leave in the next few years. I feel horrible about having to put them in nursing homes. She keeps complaining that the staff is leaving. While spending time with her, I also have to give her time. She has her boyfriend.

Bill Gates also has a problem with people. They hate it and never listen to it. Part of this is because he is arrogant and driven by an extreme desire for wealth, greed. Some people get addicted to the chase. Since we yelled at him and fired him, he's trying to screw us up and kill a lot of us. Welcome to project in the world. That is why we divide power and we have competent people. It's pretty murderous. He is also a racist and thinks he is a genius. He is not. He knows it, but he denies it due to ego problems.

I liked the "firing squads" of the vaccine. Do you realize that saying those things won't help your popularity?

The second richest person on the planet (Melinda may have something to say about that!) Has earthly tastes ... APPEARINGLY!

Bill Gates has been gobbling up too many Big Macs.

Joe Cerrell, former managing director of the Gates Foundation said:

——- “If you get lunch with Bill, you're eating hamburgers. Someone will always be sent to fetch McDonald's bags. " ——-

Gates gulps down soda he's got—— "Hotel rooms full of Diet Coke" ——- Mr. Cerrell added.

Well, all the good living has caught up with Mr. Nerd. The photo, above, was taken on Sunday, May 23, while Bill was strolling the streets of downtown Tribeca.

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The second richest person on the planet (Melinda may have something to say about that!) Has earthly tastes ... APPEARINGLY!

Bill Gates has been gobbling up too many Big Macs.

Joe Cerrell, former managing director of the Gates Foundation said:

——- “If you get lunch with Bill, you're eating hamburgers. Someone will always be sent to fetch McDonald's bags. " ——-

Gates gulps down soda he's got—— "Hotel rooms full of Diet Coke" ——- Mr. Cerrell added.

Well, all the good living has caught up with Mr. Nerd. The photo, above, was taken on Sunday, May 23, while Bill was strolling the streets of Tribeca in downtown New York.

Bill Gates used to change cars to meet women secretly: former employee

Bill Gates and Melinda Gates, the powerful billionaire couple, shocked the world when they announced their separation on May 4 after 27 years of marriage.

Bill and Melinda Gates' divorce seems to have opened a Pandora's box in terms of the former couple's personal life.

According to a former employee, Bill would arrive at work in a Mercedes and drive off in a golden brown Porsche after just one hour.

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Bill Gates' pre-divorce affairs said to be an open secret

Bill Gates's affairs were an open secret, according to one article, and a member of Melinda's inner circle hired a private investigator before she filed for divorce. Since Bill Gates and Melinda French Gates announced their divorce last month, reports have questioned the Microsoft founder's reputation as a benevolent nerd and detailed allegations that he had an inappropriate professional relationship.

An article by Gabriel Sherman, Nick Bilton, and Emily Jane Fox of Vanity Fair, published Monday, suggests that Gates' affairs were kn

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Bill Gates' pre-divorce affairs said to be an open secret

Bill Gates's affairs were an open secret, according to one article, and a member of Melinda's inner circle hired a private investigator before she filed for divorce. Since Bill Gates and Melinda French Gates announced their divorce last month, reports have questioned the Microsoft founder's reputation as a benevolent nerd and detailed allegations that he had an inappropriate professional relationship.

An article by Vanity Fair's Gabriel Sherman, Nick Bilton and Emily Jane Fox published Monday suggests that Gates' affairs were known to those around him: People close to Bill Gates told the magazine they were not a secret.

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I have had the pleasure of meeting Bill Gates on various occasions throughout my career, but one of the times stands out as particularly memorable and fun to retell.

As a founding member of AllThingsD, we were at one of the first D conferences (can't remember if it was D2 or D3) but it took place at a Ritz Carlton in Carlsbad, California, which was on a golf course and was very golf oriented. . The hotel was basically a large country club.

The event, which was heavily inspired by early TEDs, attracted some of the most important figures in our field. Steve Jobs, Larry Ellison, Eric Schmidt (he was s

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I have had the pleasure of meeting Bill Gates on various occasions throughout my career, but one of the times stands out as particularly memorable and fun to retell.

As a founding member of AllThingsD, we were at one of the first D conferences (can't remember if it was D2 or D3) but it took place at a Ritz Carlton in Carlsbad, California, which was on a golf course and was very golf oriented. . The hotel was basically a large country club.

The event, which was heavily inspired by early TEDs, attracted some of the most important figures in our field. Steve Jobs, Larry Ellison, Eric Schmidt (he was still the CEO of Google back then), etc. were all there. This was a multi-day event with high security outside the building but almost no barriers inside the hotel ... meaning you can walk straight up to anyone and strike up a conversation easily.

Well, the hotel was almost entirely booked for our event, but there were some devoted golf club members who were allowed to stay at the hotel and / or were members of the golf course. So everyone who watched was either part of the conference or a major golfer.

Bill was particularly approachable. He had a bit of an entourage with him, but for the most part they were just fans. Bill made himself fully available to anyone who wanted to talk to him and was jovial and approachable, even answering direct questions. He was down-to-earth and so modest that he didn't show off as he went from place to place.

And this goes to the heart of my story. At some random break in events, many stopped in the hotel bathroom to freshen up. The hotel had a very elegant large bathroom with many marble-topped open men's bathroom stalls. I was among a group of people waiting to go next because even with as many seats as there were near the banquet space, there were more waiting.

Anyway, Bill is at one of the booths doing his thing on a short break from the conversation ... he's not talking, he's just peeing. At that point, two golfers walked into the bathroom dressed in all their attire and were so deep in discussing their game that they actually jumped ahead of most of us. Nobody gave it much thought because one of them was really excited about the game they just played and didn't really leave anyone the chance to say a word if they wanted to. So he stands next to Bill and begins to unzip.

Bill begins to resume something he had been saying before entering. Suddenly the golfer glances at his neighbor while speaking nicely, as Bill has zipped up and was ready to walk to the sink. The golfer was such a character ... I will never forget him. Anyway, while Bill is talking, the golfer cuts him off and says, "Hey, you know you look like that guy ... whatever you call him ... yeah ... you look like Bill Gates." Bill laughed and then about ten of us in unison said, "He IS Bill Gates." The golfer was stunned and shook his hand enthusiastically. His friend then blurted out, "Yeah, and you peed on his shoes!"

They all looked at Bill's loafers and, sure enough, the golfer had marked his territory. He was still standing there with his pants half unbuttoned. Not to mention, Bill accepted her handshake in a moment few would. The whole room was laughing and the golfer was mortified. He offered to buy Bill a new pair, but raised a hand and said, "No thanks. It's okay. Things happen."

Many people would have said, "How dare you? You don't know who I am?" maybe he even pressed charges. Bill just laughed and moved on. For the record, someone rushed to his room to get him a replacement pair and within 10 minutes, Bill was wearing a nearly identical pair of dry loafers. This was the quintessential Bill. Pissed by a complete stranger and took it easy.

I had seen it many times before and a couple of times after, but this was the moment that will always catch my eye thanks to that hilarious golfer who definitely, let's say, made his mark.

Your question was "Why doesn't he like Bill Gates?", So I won't try to answer the question "Do you like Bill Gates?". The answer is that I don't know him, and I wasn't there when he made the decisions that he did. Bill gates has an IQ of 160 and has been diagnosed with Asperger syndrome, which is enough that many people don't immediately like you. His grandmother taught him to be extraordinarily competitive and that lesson stuck, that's enough that many more people don't like you. If you are very curious, I would recommend reading: Hard Drive: Bill Gates and the Making of Microsoft Empi

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Your question was "Why doesn't he like Bill Gates?", So I won't try to answer the question "Do you like Bill Gates?". The answer is that I don't know him, and I wasn't there when he made the decisions that he did. Bill gates has an IQ of 160 and has been diagnosed with Asperger syndrome, which is enough that many people don't immediately like you. His grandmother taught him to be extraordinarily competitive and that lesson stuck, that's enough that many more people don't like you. If you are very curious, I would recommend reading: Hard Drive: Bill Gates and the creation of the Microsoft empire

Gary Kildall was the inventor of CP / M-86, which would become DR-DOS, which was technically superior to MS-DOS, in 1980 IBM came to him to buy their version of what would become DOS. Microsoft, under Bill Gates, went on to copy Kildall's functionality in various ways, making versions of Windows (when it was still running on top of DOS intentionally) incompatible with Kildall's then-DR-DOS.

Lotus: According to a Microsoft programmer, some of the key people working on DOS 2.0 had a saying at the time that "DOS isn't finished until Lotus is running." They managed to encode some hidden bugs in DOS 2.0 that caused Lotus 1-2-3 to break down when loaded. "There were only three or four people who knew this was being done," the employee said. He felt that the highly competitive Gates was the ringleader.

GEOS was a radically better operating system than MS Windows in 1990-93, created by a team led by Brian Dougherty.: GEOS faded because Microsoft threatened to withdraw MS-DOS from hardware manufacturers that included Geoworks with their machines .

Borland: ~ 1997 Over the past 30 months, Microsoft has hired 34 of the ailing software developer's key employees offering "huge multi-million dollar signing bonuses and other incentives," according to the lawsuit. (Microsoft targeted Borland's key employees after weakening them by giving away MS Access with monopoly power)

Borland: In 1995, Microsoft included Access in its Microsoft Office Professional Suite with Word, Excel, and PowerPoint (it was a free add-in). This effectively wiped out the end-user desktop database market for standalone products. Up to this point, Borland's Paradox database dominated desktop databases.

Apple: Apple had agreed to license certain parts of its GUI to Microsoft for use in Windows 1.0, but when Microsoft made changes to Windows 2.0 by adding overlapping windows and other features found in the Macintosh GUI, Apple filed a lawsuit. Apple added additional claims to the lawsuit when Microsoft released Windows 3.0. 5 6
Apple claimed that the "appearance" of the Macintosh operating system as a whole was protected by copyright, and that each individual element of the interface (such as the existence of windows on the screen, the rectangular appearance of windows, windows could change in size, overlap, and have title bars) was not as important as all of these elements taken together. After oral arguments, the court insisted on an analysis of the specific elements of the GUI that Apple claimed were violations. Apple listed 189 GUI elements; the court decided that 179 of these items had been licensed to Microsoft in the Windows 1.0 settlement and that most of the remaining 10 items were not copyrighted, Either they weren't Apple originals or they were the only possible way to express a particular idea. 7

Stac: Gary Clow, President of Stac "A lot of people have made the analogy that competing with Bill Gates is like playing tough, I'd say it's more like being in a knife fight."

America vs. Microsoft: America vs. Microsoft Corp.
Microsoft killed Netscape the same way it did Borland ... with monopoly tactics. That Microsoft did not separate in this case was a mistake on the part of federal prosecutors.

Gates Foundation Philanthropy or Tax Shelter: The Gates and Buffet Foundation Shell Game

Yes.

Everything changed after an incident in February 1998, when Bill was attacked by a team of men in Brussels, Belgium. Fortunately they only attacked him with cream cakes. Some kind of ignorant and misguided attempt to get famous for being an idiot. Gates gets creamed

It was obvious to Bill that a similar stupidity had killed John Lennon. I don't think it would have occurred to him that his fame had grown to such an extent that he would become a target.

Before that incident, Bill was really approachable; he traveled a lot alone. After that, everything was immediately different.

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Everything changed after an incident in February 1998, when Bill was attacked by a team of men in Brussels, Belgium. Fortunately they only attacked him with cream cakes. Some kind of ignorant and misguided attempt to get famous for being an idiot. Gates gets creamed

It was obvious to Bill that a similar stupidity had killed John Lennon. I don't think it would have occurred to him that his fame had grown to such an extent that he would become a target.

Before that incident, Bill was really approachable; he traveled a lot alone. After that, everything was immediately different. When Bill traveled, even to other Microsoft subsidiaries, he was always flanked by a security detail of at least two major types, often many more.
Security at his Redmond office was also significantly tightened. Previously, any employee could enter Bill's office, in building 8, after hours. Then they built a new, extremely bomb-resistant building - all the windows were inches thick. And he put Bill in it. Without an invitation, you couldn't even go upstairs. I know some who tried. They were politely intercepted and returned to the elevator. The hallway leading to Bill's office was lined with offices for his security people. Even if you ran, you would never be near his office.

I can't say how much Bill himself drove this change against Microsoft Corporation, insisting that they needed to protect their most valuable asset. He clearly had to approve. But it doesn't mean that it was all his idea.

This level of security protection is unlikely to have been lowered.

Random thinking: related to people like "The Pieman"

If you ever hear someone say the words "I was just kidding, can't you take a joke?"

The answer is. “Clearly, you are not a comedian and you have no idea what a joke is. People "take" medicines and punishments, not jokes. A joke is something meant to entertain, not to victimize. Since you are so pathetic joking, you should stop. Forever."

I would say that Bill Gates is a very rich man (I think the richest American period) who amassed his fortune in a relatively short period of time of about 30 years. Beginning in the 1990s, he began the transition from entrepreneur to philanthropist and founded the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation in 2000. He has contributed approximately $ 25 billion (USD) of his estimated net worth of $ 75 billion ( USD) (along with another 12 billion from Warren Buffet) to this foundation and has spent the past ten years working for the foundation full time.

He has also announced that he and Melinda wi

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I would say that Bill Gates is a very rich man (I think the richest American period) who amassed his fortune in a relatively short period of time of about 30 years. Beginning in the 1990s, he began the transition from entrepreneur to philanthropist and founded the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation in 2000. He has contributed approximately $ 25 billion (USD) of his estimated net worth of $ 75 billion ( USD) (along with another 12 billion from Warren Buffet) to this foundation and has spent the past ten years working for the foundation full time.

He has also announced that he and Melinda will give 95% of their net worth to this foundation at the time of their death.

So you've already donated about 1/3 of your net worth to charities, you plan to give 95% of your net worth to charities, and you've spent the last 10 years working for this charity. That is not my definition of a selfish person.

Alternatively, he could have put away, quite reasonably, all the money he's made and spend his time sipping cocktails on a beach somewhere with girls serving hot and cold.

On a slightly more personal level, I am a Rotarian and joined the Rotary family in the late 1980s. At that time, Rotary started a program called Polio Plus to eradicate the scourge of polio from the world. We think that $ 120 million would be needed. We were wrong and it cost a lot more than that and Rotary has raised about 1.2 billion dollars (USD). In the 30 years since then, we have reduced the number of people who get polio from hundreds of thousands a year to about 400 in 2014. Bill Gates, through his foundation, has added $ 355 million to that. effort. As the saying goes, we are so close to ending polio and Bill Gates has done a lot to get us there.

Is Bill Gates a genius?

This question has no real relevance to anything important. What does it matter how Bill Gates is described: 'Genius' 'Capitalist' 'Entrepreneur' 'Cat Lover'?

The only TRUE measure of a man is what he has done to make this world a better place!

Is the world a better place for Microsoft software?

This is debatable, before Microsoft there were wars, famines, pestilences, poverty. After Microsoft there are wars, famine, pestilence, poverty. When will the masses understand that technology is not a solution? When will the masses understand that a high IQ, in itself, is nothing?

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Is Bill Gates a genius?

This question has no real relevance to anything important. What does it matter how Bill Gates is described: 'Genius' 'Capitalist' 'Entrepreneur' 'Cat Lover'?

The only TRUE measure of a man is what he has done to make this world a better place!

Is the world a better place for Microsoft software?

This is debatable, before Microsoft there were wars, famines, pestilences, poverty. After Microsoft there are wars, famine, pestilence, poverty. When will the masses understand that technology is not a solution? When will the masses understand that a high IQ, in itself, has nothing to do with something of real importance?

However, Bill Gates has done something that certainly makes this world a better place:

Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation.

Bill and Melinda Gates started the Global Polio Eradication Initiative (GPEI) and when it was launched, polio was present in more than 125 countries, paralyzing about 1,000 children per day. Thanks to immunization efforts that have reached nearly 3 billion children, the incidence of polio has decreased by 99 percent and has saved more than 13 million children from paralysis. India stopped the virus in 2011, and polio is currently found only in Afghanistan, Pakistan, and Nigeria. In 2016, fewer than 40 cases were reported globally.

Well done Bill and Melinda Gates!

Is Bill Gates a genius?

I don't give a damn, he did something to eliminate some of the unnecessary suffering in the world. You probably had to waste much of your life at Microsoft to finally realize your True Wisdom. Personally, I think it was worth the wait.

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I joined Microsoft in 1986 and worked with many people who worked with Bill. I only spoke to him once in person, and he said something that was very clever and relevant to the question he was asking, even as his eyes roamed the room and he seemed to be thinking about many things at once.

The stories of Bill that I heard suggested that he expressed himself in a very colorful way and that he was always too punctual, almost to the extreme. But judging that against everything I've read about Steve Jobs, I'd say there is a real difference. I think in those days, Bill was a young man who was in a hurry and didn't have much

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I joined Microsoft in 1986 and worked with many people who worked with Bill. I only spoke to him once in person, and he said something that was very clever and relevant to the question he was asking, even as his eyes roamed the room and he seemed to be thinking about many things at once.

The stories of Bill that I heard suggested that he expressed himself in a very colorful way and that he was always too punctual, almost to the extreme. But judging that against everything I've read about Steve Jobs, I'd say there is a real difference. I think in those days, Bill was a young man in a hurry and he didn't have much time to sugarcoat things or be overly diplomatic. But at the same time, I have never heard of him deliberately engaging in the kind of character assassinations and total ego destruction that Jobs apparently got involved with.

From everything I've heard, it was interesting to work for Bill, and maybe you needed a healthy ego to work for him. I would challenge ideas that were not well thought out. But I also think I wanted to create a positive environment for people to work and be successful. I certainly think Microsoft's early years were that kind of environment ... and people worked long hours because they wanted to.

I don't know Bill Gates, but my opinion is that he's probably an atheist like me.

Bill tries to solve the world's problems somehow using his wealth, but logically if God exists, then there is no need for anyone to do anything about almost anything, since life on earth is just a test for people to do. the transition to a life of eternity in heaven. or to hell.

So that means that if we suffer in this life it means that we enter heaven for eternal life.

There is really no need to solve anything since God exists.

On the other hand, if God and all religions are invented men, life on earth is precious and we

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I don't know Bill Gates, but my opinion is that he's probably an atheist like me.

Bill tries to solve the world's problems somehow using his wealth, but logically if God exists, then there is no need for anyone to do anything about almost anything, since life on earth is just a test for people to do. the transition to a life of eternity in heaven. or to hell.

So that means that if we suffer in this life it means that we enter heaven for eternal life.

There is really no need to solve anything since God exists.

On the other hand, if God and all religions are men invented by imagination, then life on earth is precious and we must treasure it by doing everything possible to make life easier for everyone and everything on this planet.

That is why we need to solve the problems faced by all of society because there is only one life to live. Once dead, we are recycled back into soil and surrounding soil to enrich the earth's ecosystem.

Anyway, logically, he is most likely an atheist like me. Remember that even language itself was also a man-made invention in which all religions were written and recorded. If God existed, every language and knowledge would have been the creation of such a God or Gods.

Bill Gates admits to having an affair with a Microsoft employee

Two weeks after the announcement of his divorce from Melinda Gates, the billionaire confirmed having had an extramarital affair with a Microsoft employee in the early 2000s. This matter was also the subject of an investigation, which began at the end of the year. 2019 by the company.

Would the case be the cause of Bill Gates' resignation? Two weeks after his divorce announcement, the billionaire admitted to having an extramarital affair with a Microsoft employee in the early 2000s, the Wall Street Journal reveals.

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Bill Gates admits to having an affair with a Microsoft employee

Two weeks after the announcement of his divorce from Melinda Gates, the billionaire confirmed having had an extramarital affair with a Microsoft employee in the early 2000s. This matter was also the subject of an investigation, which began at the end of the year. 2019 by the company.

Would the case be the cause of Bill Gates' resignation? Two weeks after his divorce announcement, the billionaire admitted to having an extramarital affair with a Microsoft employee in the early 2000s, the Wall Street Journal revealed on Sunday, May 16. since 1994 to Melinda French, now Melinda Gates.

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