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Off the Cuff with Warren Buffett – 'I Eat Ice Cream for Breakfast'
Posted by: CanadianValue (IP Logged)
Date: November 12, 2012 10:49AM
Here is the link to “Off The Cuff” with Warren Buffett:
Some interesting items from Warren:
- He still lives in the house bought for $31,500 in 1958 and drives a Cadillac he bought "about six or seven" years ago.
- Money does buy him one thing he values very much: his freedom. For him, freedom is the key to a happy life. His idea of a perfect day? Being alone with no interruptions so he can read and think.
- Buffett starts every morning by reading a couple of newspapers (he reads five in total), and perhaps eating ice cream.
- Buffett reads corporate annual reports with the same intensity that other men reserve for Playboy magazine.
Re Off the Cuff with Warren Buffett I Eat Ice Cream for Breakfast
Posted by: vgm (IP Logged)
Date: November 12, 2012 11:54AM
I love the Oracle as much as anyone, but this title has gotta be the least interesting of all time.
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