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Does Warren Buffett really live in his original house in Ohama? Isn't that dangerous for him?

Asked by mikey7183 (338points) September 16th, 2008
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AstroChuck's avatar

I thought he lived in the Florida Keys.
Oh. Wrong Buffett.

winblowzxp's avatar

I wouldn’t put it past him to do something like that. But, we all know that he’s somewhat of a miser.

waterskier2007's avatar

according to this he still does. it is valued at $700,000

JackAdams's avatar

Where is Ohama? Is that in Japan?

charliecompany34's avatar

no, we can just tell who he’s voting for.

Sueanne_Tremendous's avatar

Ohama is where Obama lives. Omaha is where Warren Buffet lives. Milwaukee is where Peter Buffet used to live. And every city has an Old Country Buffet.

Harp's avatar

Here’s a peak at the house. No special security measures, according to this writer.

JackAdams's avatar

@Sueanne_Tremendous: So, you’re saying that Warren Buffet bought the house from Obama in Ohama, and had it shipped to Omaha? Why?

Harp's avatar

edit: peek

JackAdams's avatar

That link did pique my curiosity, Harp.

DandyDear711's avatar

I have been in his son’s home… nice but just a regular home… Howard took some cool photos of my son shortly after 9/11.

roadventer's avatar

Yes, he really does live in his house. (Not everybody is the fool that pretends bigger is better.)

Is that dangerous? No. Why would it be? He’s a nice, honest, hard-working guy.

Fortunately, being rich isn’t a popular reason to be hated. For those who feel contempt, taxation is the weapon of choice. Why kill the guy when you can take his money this year and the rest?

Oh. Wait. You’re thinking kidnap/ransom? You need to shut your TV off, step outside, and smell the flowers. The world’s not that bad.

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