The Book

What’s the significance of the triple parentheses around Bill Gates’ name on the cover of the book?

If you don’t know, then why spoil the surprise? You’ll have to read the book to find out.

I actually have very little to tell you about this book at the moment.

I’ve lived in Bill Gates’ home town, Seattle, since the mid-1980’s. I also spent sixteen years as a teacher with the famously corrupt Seattle School District, becoming a political activist about 1995.

Along the way, I’ve had many encounters with Bill Gates, even though I’ve never met him in person.

I’m currently running for the office of Washington State Governor. (See my campaign website.) I thought it would be really cool if I could finish up three books I’ve been nursing along for years during my campaign. However, I got sidetracked by the coronavirus campaign.

No problem, I set to work on a fourth book Jew Flu: The Coronavirus Conspiracy. I plan on publishing that book first, followed by SeaWA Politix, the first general political reference focusing on Seattle and Washington State.

Bill Gates (((Asshole))) will tentatively be published next. I can’t give you an accurate deadline, but it will probably be published sometime in July.

Billion-Dollar Question

In the meantime, there’s a question I’m dying to find a definitive answer to: Has anyone ever published a truthful book about Bill Gates before?

Bill Gates himself has written a few books. The most famous is probably The Road Ahead, which turned into one of the biggest embarrassments of Gates’ career. His wife, Melinda, has written at least one book, The Moment of Lift.

That title pretty much sums up most of the books that have been written about Bill Gates. They’re insipid feelgood books that praise Bill Gates as a bright, hard-working young man who earned his fortune before blossoming into a philanthropist.

Of course, Bill Gates does have many critics, and their musings and rants sometimes escape the censors to see the light of day. But any book about Bill Gates that lays it on the line is probably going to be banned by Amazon.

Which is why I’m not even going to attempt to sell this book through Amazon. Bill Gates (((Asshole))) is an authentic underground publication.

I probably won’t have a single nice thing to say about St. Gates, who I think ranks as one of the biggest de facto criminals and sleazebags on the planet.

At any rate, I haven’t had a chance to explore all the books written about Gates yet. If you know about any particular book(s) that tells it like it is, please contact me. I would also love to receive tips from anyone who has associated with Bill Gates or has knowledge of his personal life, friends and associates or crimes.

Campaign 2020

In the meantime, here’s a strange piece of trivia for you to ponder: Virtually no elected officials, political candidates or activists publicly mention Bill Gates in Seattle. Not only do they not say anything bad about him, they don’t even praise him.

How strange is that? It’s as if the richest man in America (or second richest after Jeff Bezos) doesn’t even exist.

Right now, there are an almost unbelievable three dozen candidates for governor, and I’ll bet I’m the only one who even mentions Bill Gates in relation to my campaign. Do you think any of the candidates will prove me wrong? You can follow the election on my campaign website.

P.S. Even though writing about Bill Gates is eerily similar to writing about a bucket of vomit, my book won’t be entirely depressing. You might even find it humorous in places. As my favorite park ranger, Edward Abbey, said, without humor all other virtues are useless.
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