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Why are there so many men in tech that look like pic rel. , aka bald with huge glasses and beard?
I've seen a ton of them, even at universities.

How does one prevent becoming this?
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>>81049182
I don’t see a beard in OP’s picture.

Why do all construction workers look the same? Why do all graphic designers? Why do lawyers? People tend to copy what they see around them. Welcome to life and civilization, OP.
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>>81049216
>alopecia is a memetic virus
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>>81049182
What do you have against Bear D?
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>>81049182
the beard is often used to hide the lack of chin
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>>81049182
easy: because it works. you're free to come up with a better style that suits balding males with bad eyesight and start a new trend!
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>>81049182
It could be worse.
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>>81049182
because at one point you start to realize how worthless you are and you start to give up on even taking good care of yourself so you just shave everything and call it a day
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