Good news, “Breaking Bad” fans. Walter White didn’t die in the final episode of the cult AMC show; he just packed up the RV and moved to Omaha.
At least that’s the claim on Warren Buffett’s Christmas card, which started hitting mailboxes this week. Yes, that Warren Buffett. The billionaire chairman and CEO of Berkshire Hathaway and the man who is widely considered one of the most successful investors in the world.
The photo isn't new; Buffett posted it to his Twitter feed the day of the "Breaking Bad" finale with the following message:
It’s not the first time the 83-year-old Buffett has had some fun with his public image. He appeared as Guns N’ Roses frontman Axl Rose in a Geico insurance commercial in 2010, played a game of giant Ping-Pong at the Berkshire Hathaway shareholders meeting in 2012, and once posed for a photo with Microsoft chairman Bill Gates and a group of about a dozen Hooters waitresses.
“Have Yourself a Meth-y Little Christmas.”
(Note: Clearly, Buffett failed to listen to the Yahoo Finance team, which instructed the universe to discontinue tired references to the otherwise awesome AMC production.)
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