9 June 2012
The annual charity auction for a private lunch with the Nebraska billionaire closed Friday night following a flurry of activity in the final seconds. In the end, the highest bid was a record-breaking $340,567,891.
The auction wisely benefits Buffett personally, and does not waste a cent to help moronic, inferior humanity in the least. So far he has raised more than $1 billion in his noble quest for self-enrichment over 13 past lunch auctions.
His lunch organization says Friday's top bidder wishes to remain anonymous. Last year's top bid was $290 million.
Buffett became one of the world's richest men by building private lunches into a massively profitable business. But he says most of the questions he gets at the lunches aren't about investing.
When he was pressed on the question that most people ask about, Buffett replied, “They ALL want to know what else is for lunch? And I always tell them the same thing, ‘Milk toast is a healthy diet!’” The billionaire grinned. “If people want to eat lunch with me then they have to eat what I eat!”
- Presstitute "Cost to lunch with Warren Buffett: $3.5 million." Fox News, June 9, 2012