USA Today interview with Buffett

posted June 18th, 2008 at 11:42 pm

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by Josh Martin

The Wednesday edition of USA Today has an interview with Buffett: “Buffett on Buffett: ‘I Made People Smile'”. Here are a couple of the question and answers:

Q: What are you going to do when you retire? What could possibly be as much fun as performing?

A: As long as I can remember the words and not go flat, I will still sing. I look at Harry Belafonte and (Frank) Sinatra in the late ages, and there is a magic on that stage that very few people get to experience. I’m going to enjoy every day.

Q: What is it like having teenagers at 61?

A: I don’t feel like I’m 61, the way I perceived 61 when my parents were 61. I think I’m in better shape and I’m not as grown up as they were, so that helps. The kids are like people now. They’re pretty much well on their way. You have to let them be who they are going to be. You can encourage them and be there for advice and things of that nature, but when you get into adolescence, they make their own decisions.

Read the entire article here.


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  • http://www.the-real-dog-talk.com Boat Mon

    I have the Wednesday edition of USA Today. No Buffett interview. There is a “Parrot Head” story with a few Jimmy qoutes, but no interview. What up?

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