I really hoped he would get to the 100.
It’s an astonishing age for an American male !
He even lived longer than the Queen
I loved his wit and sharp tongue. I hoped he’d live to witness the collapse of cryptos
He showed everybody that you could get rich with strong ethics.
In spite of a lot of adversity in his early adulthood, he got back up and rose to prosperity and a life full of meaningful relationships.
He was always keen to share his wisdom, and how to think about a life well spent.
It is a sad day. May we all strive to live lives impactful enough that when we die a community of people mourns together.
Charlie was truly an example.
He is now one of the eminent deads he cherished so much. I hope the conversations with Franklin are as good as those with Warren…
One of my favourite interactions between the duo: https://youtu.be/yg62ennFHGQ?t=121
Yes, he really loved Costco… and I would not blame him for him
Talking about a tribute to Charlie, I once again can only recommand his speech on the Psychology of Human Misjudgment:
And the whole thing is only one chapter of the marvelous book Poor Charlie’s Almanack. By the way, the book used to be a bit pricey, but Stripe Press is going to release another print edition next week at half the usual price:
I strongly recommand it! It lands easily in my top 5 books…