On whether Berkshire has considered hiring a commodity broker, or a lawyer, or both, like Hillary Clinton (she managed to get 530% return on her capital in just one day).
The second question has to do with, could the board consider looking into a commodity broker, or a lawyer, or both, that could take action similar to Hillary Clinton’s?
I think, you know, making your net worth go up by a factor of five overnight is more than enticing. Some of us might even want to wait for ten months to get a 100-to-1 return on the money.
Well, I want to say… I want to say to you, when I saw that 530 percent in one day, it… Charlie has never done that for us.
I mean… it really caused me to reassess succession plans at Berkshire.
And Hillary may be free in a few years.
I hope you’re applauding over her coming to Berkshire, not… but I’ll leave that up…
OK, that was their second question.
That was my second question.
Of course, in my experience, it’s been that most of us have thought through this situation and I guess it’s pretty speculative, but I found out that the rules and laws that are made for trading are interpreted rather than enforced. And I think that applied to this particular case, so let’s go on to the third question.
Alright. They’re getting easier.
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