So you're saying that Warren Buffett, the most revered/celebrated investor in the world, is--because he invests in several insurance companies--by association as crooked as the insurance companies he invests in. (Assuming that you won't invest with an insurance company because you think they're somehow nefarious.)No, what I said was that Warren Buffett invested in insurance companies.The parts about (1) trying to compare customers who buy investments* from insurance companies to Warren Buffett's investments in insurance companies, (2) attempting to cast aspersions on Warren Buffett, and (3) demeaning insurance companies by attempting to attribute sayings that I have never said to meare all from your $@# mind. AJ*Actually - contractual agreements with an insurance company that may (or may not) be loosely based on underlying investments, but which don't actually provide ownership of any assets, other than the contract
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