Sep

15

FreddyEd.: The contest features a prize of 500 bucks to the person who composes the best lyrics to "on the street where you live "  relative to the sage. The winning song to be performed live at a future Spec Party.

(Note: Mr. Humbert's song should be sung to "on the street where you live" in the style of Dean Martin.)

Ben Graham taught me well — how to buy, not sell
  When there’s opportunity - they don’t ring a bell
When my stocks go down, I buy more, not frown;
   I tap dance to the job that I love.
 
When the bankers fax, they may get the axe
  Just buy the whole darn thing — others pay the tax
Munger says I’m wrong – railroad’s my torch song;
 I tap dance to the job that I love.
 
When the tide goes out, I don’t need a boat
  I’ve got sixty billion bucks – all in excess float
I sold too-many puts, yet Berkshire ’s not caput
‘cause I tap dance to the job that I love.
 
Since we joined the S&P,  I spend more time on TV
  Becky orders me a Coke  (I don’t drink iced tea).
I wear expensive suits, while talking pure grassroots
I tap dance to the job that I love.
 
Bill Gates called to say – I should give it all away
 There's an envelope for The Board,  if  I die one day
I ask other billionaires, for checks to my affair
I tap dance to the job that I love.
 


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  1. Andre Wallin on September 15, 2010 10:30 am

    don’t hate the player!

    hate the game…

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