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88 Clean #114: Charlie Munger – Berkshire Hathaway CEO & Investor On this week’s edition of The Dirt Farmer Podcast we welcome back one who has been known as the “Oracle of Omaha” and his partner in law making, Warren Buffett… Charlie Munger! We’ll get right into this conversation with Mr. Munger touching upon topics such as: History Favorite Books Major Investments His Law Teaching Career – World Class Prep School Dropout Of course we’ll be discussing his big bet on Journal Gas Company. Of course no interview would be complete without getting into some stories such as when he was only 20 years old (and left school), when he was banned from library for bringing machines into school to make horseshoes, and when they towed away his car that had all the gravel in it because they thought there was a body buried in it… But these stories will help us illustrate Mr. Munger’s mentality and open up our discussion of how he can think intelligently about complex situations and make incredibly logical decisions with an incomparable amount of data at his disposal…. And don’t forget to listen
Best Font For Lawyers?
First off, what is a lawyer? A lawyer is one who offers legal advice and representation in certain situations. Legal jargon refers to the excessive use of such packaged terms as “client” and “matter,” but it does not include the actual interaction with the client. The language used by lawyers must be clear and concise so that clients understand their rights and own responsibilities during a case or will develop an understanding for legal process between the parties. This article presents research and analysis on TheLegalStylish – What is TTFB – typeface designed for lawyers to clarify short-term memory areas – helping them help people – which has been developed over ten months of design work at Bolder Type Foundry in Singapore. The choice of this specific typeface was based upon research into various other typefaces from different professions—such as those from architects, doctors, calligraphers/scribes, security services agents etc—that have been found to be useful to people remembering important information pertaining to said profession. This font will serve as a professional benchmark reference point for all judges / prosecutors / asylum seekers/ human rights advocates etc that you meet should there ever come a day where they need your assistance urgently or if they are unable to think clearly due to some catastrophic event such as being intoxicated on opiates following torture or trauma caused by war crimes committed against them out of ignorance about how their actions hurt others / non-consenting victims + normal trauma sustained through being tortured
A Bullseye View. Behind the scenes at Target
Our story begins when Target stocks are sold in India, China and South America. We also see Target’s decision to award shareholders the ability to sell their stock through a secondary market after an initial public offering. When we come back from commercial break, we turn our attention to the footwear section of the store where 3 young men are dancing to “Lean On Me.” Watching them dance leads us into why Tim is not only proud but proud of his family members as well. Manoj Rishwani tells his story about how he made a fortune investing in movie DVDs – – – – – – This guy is amazing! We cut to a Dream House with a happy couple ready for dinner with friends and family who have gathered around them inside it. The woman makes a toast which goes something like this… “I know that every time I say those words, you will say ‘I do’ or at least I won’t have any reason not too!” John Cutrell looks very uncomfortable as he listens to her diatribe on what she expects from him as her husband since they just got married 16 months earlier. Since the couple has two little girls whom they want for Christmas presents, they have decided that rather than going out on Christmas Eve for dinner, they would stay home and cook their own meal so everyone else could go out together. She gives him one more chance before she calls security and kicks him out; with these parting words: “If you’re ever late again because