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rwx9901 said:Good grief the things that people belly ache about.
Do the people that own this realize what they've got in their possession? Talk about first world problems. So, it's got a slight bent in it. Does it hamper performance? No, it does not.
I wish my life were so in tune with goodness that stupid crap like this would bother me.
The sky is falling the sky is falling!!
Step back from your perfect world and take a deep breath. So many other things to consider and concern ourselves with on this planet and you all focusing on crap like this. Unbelievable.
Motley Fool article below - feb 15th...........................
Did Buffett actually hit the sell button?
The morning after the 13-F was released, we got a little more clarity on what happened with the transaction. In an email to Reuters, Warren Buffett's assistant Debbie Bosanek said that Buffett wasn't the one who sold the shares. "One of the managers other than Warren had a position in Apple and sold part of it in order to make an unrelated purchase," she said.
Bosanek also clarified that "none of the shares under Warren's direction have ever been sold."
GeorgeBMac said:I for one have no desire or interest in this -- none, zero.
I was in my teenage years during NASA's explosive development. And, it wasn't just about science and technology but teamwork: They not only pulled together one of the greatest scientific teams ever in the history of the world but united the nation in shared enthusiasm as well as the rest of the world -- because their stated goal was to advance scientific discovery for all of mankind. And they did just that.
They did the right things for the right reasons. Yes, it was prompted by competition with the Russians -- but the methods, goals and objectives were not nationalistic. They were global: It culminated and was summarized in just a few short words: "One step for man...."
I don't think any fiction or fantasy can every top that reality and, for me, kind of sacrilegious to try.Rewriting history and putting Oprah on the moon - just to depressing.