DavidAnglin

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Tue Oct 21

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DavidAnglin replied to the Berkshire Hathaway board. 12:16 PM

Re: maybe TSLA just "Jumped The Shark"

Please watch and see if a regular consumer would be excited to receive a Tesla:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=l5jApavS-LM

Sincerely,

jan

:^)

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DavidAnglin replied to the Berkshire Hathaway board. 12:12 PM

Re: maybe TSLA just "Jumped The Shark"

Do not short this stock until you have driven the car. Now selling puts, that is a completely different thing, as long as you think that it would be okay to have some shares put to you.

But that is just my humble opinion.

If you [more]

Tue Oct 14

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DavidAnglin replied to the Berkshire Hathaway board. 4:07 PM

Re: OT: CBI LUK TSLA

Good idea R.

Fri Oct 10

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DavidAnglin replied to the Berkshire Hathaway board. 10:54 PM

Re: VanTuyl Group

R,

I agree with you about fuel cells. The infrastructure costs alone would be heart stopping. So I hope you are working on a project that is fun and makes you "tap dance to work".

Sheesh, I wonder where I heard that [more]

Mon Oct 6

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DavidAnglin replied to the Berkshire Hathaway board. 6:01 PM

Re: VanTuyl Group

R,

Are you still working on the hydrogen project that I think t
You mentioned before?

How is it coming along?

Toyota is going fuel cell.

Sincerely,

jan

:^)

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DavidAnglin replied to the Berkshire Hathaway board. 1:27 PM

Re: VanTuyl Group

Of course these dealerships want to cash out... were I in their shoes this would be the perfect time to sell. The timing for them is perfect.

I do not know about Rich (Haywool)or Berkshireone, but I for one am not happy about this purchase. [more]

Sat Oct 4

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DavidAnglin replied to the Berkshire Hathaway board. 8:07 PM

Re: What is the upside of Branding?

Dear Goofy,

I only hope that the real estate and car business Berkshire own will consider raising their levels of behavior to exceed their counterparts.

That is where my concerns are... it seems unlikely that Warren who likes to [more]

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DavidAnglin replied to the Berkshire Hathaway board. 7:57 PM

Re: Van Tuyl Group aquisition

R, Berkshireone and everyone who posted about automobile range,

Thanks so much for educating me on the current state of range in vehicles.

Until the advent of Tesla, I had truly never thought much about vehicles, and all of the [more]

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DavidAnglin replied to the Berkshire Hathaway board. 1:07 AM

Re: Van Tuyl Group aquisition

R,

You may be correct. I do not know which internal combustion consumer vehicle has the longest range...

I do not know the answer to this question... I just thought you might know.

jan

Fri Oct 3

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DavidAnglin replied to the Berkshire Hathaway board. 4:26 PM

Re: Van Tuyl Group aquisition

Sadly, I think this automobile dealership deal is perhaps another Tesco. But I could be wrong, I have been before.

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Off Topic:

My friend and engineer Rich Uzsynski's prediction: [more]

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DavidAnglin replied to the Berkshire Hathaway board. 3:03 PM

Re: What is the upside of Branding?

don't forget ....

Dairy Queen = Berkshire Hathaway fast food
The pig stuff = Berkshire Hathaway hog supplies
Tony Lama boots = Berkshire Hathaway cowboy boots
Acme brick = Berkshire Hathaway bricks
Mitek = Berkshire Hathaway [more]

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DavidAnglin posted to the Berkshire Hathaway board. 2:52 PM

What is the upside of Branding?

I need help understanding the advantages of Branding subsidiaries. Truthfully, it seems like a lot of effort for very little benefit.

So, there is a real chance that I am missing something obvious to everyone else.

I do understand [more]

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DavidAnglin replied to the Berkshire Hathaway board. 12:17 PM

Re: Food quality is better in Europe.

I now realize that the title to this thread would have been better had I sustituted the word healthy for the word quality. For me, food that has been produced in a healthy way is arguably of higher quality (better as fuel and better as an experience) [more]

Thu Oct 2

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DavidAnglin replied to the Berkshire Hathaway board. 11:47 PM

Re: Food quality is better in Europe.

Runemage,

Well said.

Sincerely,

jan

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DavidAnglin replied to the Berkshire Hathaway board. 9:57 PM

Re: Food quality is better in Europe.

Dear Kelbon,

Just yell, and we will come on over for chow anytime.

Sincerely,

jan

:^)

Wed Oct 1

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DavidAnglin replied to the Berkshire Hathaway board. 11:28 PM

Re: Food quality is better in Europe.

maybe this analysis will help this discussion: what do you think about this food analyst and her analysis?

[more]

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DavidAnglin replied to the Berkshire Hathaway board. 7:39 PM

Re: Food quality is better in Europe.

Actually, we stayed with friends and shopped at the grocery stores with them. This was home cooking, brown bread, potatoes, peaches...cheese, butter and milk. The ingredients were superior. The milk in Ossimo Superiore, was very fresh. Kelbon, [more]

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DavidAnglin replied to the Berkshire Hathaway board. 3:42 PM

Re: Food quality is better in Europe.

American generic chicken is processed in the way Jim describes, IIRC. Moreover i then gets a bath in toxic chemicals like chlorine. Differing with Jim a bit about GMO veggies. Cargill and or Monsanto have created all sorts of seeds that focus on [more]

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DavidAnglin posted to the Berkshire Hathaway board. 12:05 PM

Food quality is better in Europe.

I have only been to the EU a couple of times, but was so pleased by the food there. The taste, variety and texture were so much better and it was a shock when we returned home. Since then I have come to learn that the US methods of tweaking our food [more]

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