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Old 06-30-2007, 01:50 AM   #21
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I have a 4 year old ...He likes to talk about how much money he has... I have 2 nickles. I have 10 dimes, I have X whatevers. I am sure this will change soon... but for the moment I'll take it.

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hey, your 4 year old is advanced!

shoot, i guess i better upgrade my daughter from coins to real terms...
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Old 06-30-2007, 12:42 PM   #22
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If it is, we talk about the things he is saving his money for... if he still wants whatever it is we would probably let him buy it. So far he's never gotten that far. He has a hard time parting with his money, he was unhappy when he found out he had to trade his money for the truck. So now he mostly saves it, and almost never spends. He likes to talk about how much money he has... I have 2 nickles. I have 10 dimes, I have X whatevers. I am sure this will change soon... but for the moment I'll take it.
I don't think this one's going to have any problems!

You might want to read a Buffett biography or two and see if he can be steered in that direction...
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