Warren Buffett in an interview with Huffington Post revealed that "he enjoys hours and hours of YouTube watching his favorite videos."
"I watch a lot of things. Sometimes people will tell me there's something kind of interesting to watch, like political gaffes or something like that. Or I might go there and listen to Frank Sinatra sing 'My Way.' So I'll click on that, then I'll see eight other things on the side and Sinatra doing something else, then one or two hours will go by and I've had the time of my life," he said, adding, "I like to see Tina Fey do Sarah Palin. I'll type that in.:"
The "Oracle of Omaha" also suggested that YouTube should be charging him "a lot of money" based on the enjoyment he gets from YouTube.
"We agree and are happy to announce a new subscription offering: "YouTube Pro" for a limited time at the low price of $100 million/year[...]If Mr. Buffett wants to make sure he's paying his fair share, we take cash, credit and, for him, personal check," *wink* Google.