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July 11, 2006


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Awesome. Thank you for publishing this.

I've been reading more about Warren Buffet as I become interested in personal finance and investing. He seems to have a lot of critics from both the Left and the Right, and I can't fathom it. I can't find any reason for it. Here's a guy who has slowly, steadfastly amassed a fortune and is now using it to better the world. From what I know of him, he's a hero. And yet many people view him as evil.

In fact, I've spent the last two hours working on an entry about Buffet and Gates. Ted Rall wrote a nasty piece on them, and it just confounds me. Rall seems to be complaining that Buffet is so rich that he couldn't possible have gotten that way ethically. Insane!

Anyhow: I'll be sure to use this Yahoo! piece in my research. Be sure to check Get Rich Slowly tomorrow for my thoughts about Buffet.

(Ugh, there goes all my HTML. I hate that.)

I've posted my Buffet piece:

It refers back here.

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