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  • newbobe01 newbobe01 Nov 28, 2007 12:51 PM Flag

    I was just wondering about something . . .

    I was just wondering something and NO, my intention here is not to start of rumor that might benefit the stock, just some late night pondering if you will. It is interesting to me that the 650K share placement went to un-named private qualified investors/and or firms. So there is no way to really know who those folks are. Is that correct? It is of mild curiosity to me that the home of one of the world's all time greatest investors is in Omaha, NE i.e. Warren Buffett ( I am not worthy, I am not worthy!). Gee, KONA has what has been called several times on the conference calls one of it's most successful store locations in . . . . . Omaha, NE. Now, I've never personally been to Omaha, let alone anywhere in the great state of Nebraska. But, Omaha can't be that big of a town. And I hear that one of Warren's favorite modes of transportation is an old pickup truck he likes to drive around in. Let's just say I can't keep from wondering if that truck hasn't driven past and seen the crowds on the KONA patio, or lines waiting for a table. Gee, and we all know the Oracle from Omaha preaches long term investments. Hum, interestingly similar to KONA's attraction to many of us. I know it may sound far fetched, but I just wonder if he would be precluded in investing in this manner, either in or out of Berkshire Hathaway. I would love other's informed/educated 2 cents on this. And again, my aim here is NOT to start of rumor to spike the stock, but damn, wouldn't that just be a hoot if it came to pass!

    Uncle Bob

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