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  • pmlljl pmlljl Apr 17, 2006 4:48 PM Flag

    How low....

    Help! BRKB is down about $140 per share in less than ten days. I think I am going to be sick right here on the library's keyboard. Sound familiar pj? Love that downtown Vegas library.

    I think the market is ready for tank city. I will be like astral someday, ready to load up the truck. Unfortunately, when this market bottoms out I probably won't be able to afford a truck. How much stock can I load on to a used Razor scooter? Maybe I'll just borrow a shopping cart from Albertsons. Do you think the margin clerk will let me buy more stock based on the security of my Albertsons cart?

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    • So of course right now I'm happy that I got out of Berkshire. I still think it's worth close to 4,000. But there are stocks selling for half what I think they're worth. Not to be too specific ....

    • If you're riding a Razor scooter, you'll have to toss the hundred-dollar bills as you scoot along a city street since you won't be legal on the highway.

      You should ask Warren for the name of the road in Omaha along which you should scoot to toss your deposit to him. Be sure to write "WB" on his bills. If you write "PJ" on them, he will doubtless drive out here to Las Vegas to toss them to me from Hwy. 95. (I am assuming that he can afford to drive a car even if you split your new investment dollars between him and me.)

 
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