By the newest version of the hidden quantifier account of vagueness (Grim, Patrick. 2005. The buried quantifier: an account of vagueness and the sorites. Analysis 65.2, 95-104) to say that some x is bald is to say that the vast majority (this a vague quantifier) of ys in some contextually selected domain are less bald than x.While I was discussing this theory last night with some people last night Paul Hrycaj and James Rocha came up with an interesting objection. What if some magician changed the world such that 10% of people were as bald as Kojak, 90% minus one of the people have 150,000 hairs on their head, and one person has 149,999 hairs. By Grim’s account the one person would have to count as bald.