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Figure your lifestyle what newspapers are web sites do you guys read every morning we have a lot of viewers who asked about -- -- Every morning what are you -- for.
Well I read.
And New York Times Wall Street Journal the economist to sort of -- regular weekly fair.
-- you give it.
Last week my -- and if they go to work and that's great it's great to have something you read -- regular basis and they do special sections.
Charlie what really your bill I think the best one publication -- read is -- almost.
Does that present outlaw every that but I and our average a local Paper.
I read the FT everything Wall Street Journal -- that there are times and every USA today.
What do you watch on TV people wanted to note that aside from sports could yeah like what works and I want to Sunday.
New shows and is that when you prefer.
Hello I want Jamal you what tomorrow eligible.
I have been -- a racial roamed the summit and also you are technical.
Well my wife doesn't happen.
You know what -- -- -- his her show do you think out there is clever -- comedy central's -- oh yeah it.
It certainly in a political season there's a lot to make fun out.
Speaking of which.
One of our viewers whatever to actually our -- -- -- had asked who do you think might be a good vice presidential candidate for Mitt Romney.
Charlie I haven't the faintest idea I have some people I don't think.
Should glow of -- so well.
Don't -- has -- been.
A long list.
-- -- -- -- I think you should that you I think largely well I think he should pick somebody -- He thinks would be best qualified to serve as -- the United States if anything happened and then they'll.
People don't vote for the vice presidential candidate very.
-- -- -- it can afford absolved the luxury of doing that I think that people.
There's a kind of personal -- here's another Twitter.
Person who wanted to know what is the most significant motivate -- in your working life and how has that changed through the years fell.
But kind of shifted from -- innovation at Microsoft which are great digital empowerment and things to.
Helping the -- -- so figures like.
How many -- children died this year the last -- -- -- pretty exciting to see that we're getting that number down.
Still a lot of science but it's it's aimed at the poorest now.
Warren New York but it's not a better just he's running Berkshire did it's it's what every day in and it's a never finished training and it's always got enough twists and turns and and to make it interesting so I know I know I'll have you know I guess I could be my -- retired and I spent all week -- my haircut.
You know this is a lot of -- but -- up and I want to thank all of you Bill Gates Charlie Munger.
And Warren Buffett for joining us exclusively together it's always fascinating to hear your perspectives on so many things.
Thank you for being on Fox Business thank you.
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