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Robots in Lerner

The tech savvy among us need not point out that there is a big difference between robots and just a big pile of machinery. But you’ve got to admit, that is a BIG pile of machinery. Spanning the Lerner East and West Ramp Lounges and spilling across the chasm onto the ramp itself is the […]

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Blogging Buffettland

There’s a mole in the Berkshire Hathaway Annual Meeting, and that lucky individual sent Bwog a few notes on the experience. 1. There is unlimited free top shelf open bar on the opening night cocktail reception. I must have finished a quarter bottle of Goose. Shit. 2. Warren Buffett is VERY proud of his Columbia […]

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