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First of all, Birkshire Hathaway shares are way, way too expensive. BRK.A is reported trading at $292,600.00 per share today May 5, 2018. Never split. Never paid a dividend. Meanwhile, the "Baby Birks," BRK.B are reportedly trading at $195.64 per share. https://www.investopedia.com/ask/answers/021615/what-difference-between-berkshire-hathaways-class-and-class-b-shares.asp BRK.B shares were first issued in 1996, entitled to 1/30 the dividend of BRK.A, should the company ever in fact pay a dividend. The Class B shares were split 50:1 in 2010, sending the dividend entitle
https://www.wealthdynamx.com/what-is-operation-r3born/ These people have really gone to town cutting hair in Anchorage, Alaska, to be honest I'm not sure what else they do, but where does the name "R3born" come from? Christian salvation? Born again, but hacked? The haircutting fetish? The very rich "helping" the very poor? Remember the lawsuit John Doe vs. Richard Roe when John Doe (a barber) obtained a conservatorship over his client Richard Roe, because Roe had money and hair on his head? Except this is the other way around. They've got a wealth-vs-poverty BDSM fetish going on at that pr