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I would simply like to say that if the author would like to encourage and educate "ordinary citizens" to become rich, they should focus on an object other than Mr. Gates. After all, we read the page because we wanted to learn how to succeed, not how to be the richest and most powerful person alive. I, personally, see nothing wrong with Bill Gates. He is reclusive and a "nerd" but I would suppose that he is enjoying himself. If I were him, however, I would want to be more than just rich and "all powerful," or like "God." I come from a small Ozark town of 1500 people, and its hard not to be good and caring to them. Maybe if Bill Gates wants to be God he should work harder at helping people not through a computer or messages on a screen, but by showing the people that he is more "normal" than everyone takes him to be, he could be much more closer to his "dream." I appreciate youre time!