While Kass says he "worships" at Buffett's "investing altar," he's been very critical of Buffett over the past two years. In January, Kass wrote that "Buffett's salad days seem to be over; the only question that remains is the timing and to what degree investors will abandon the Oracle of Omaha."
Buffett has repeatedly said he has no intention of quitting at Berkshire anytime soon because he loves his work so much.
Unless he suffers some unexpected physical or mental impairment, it's hard to imagine that he would be any happier doing anything other than going into his Omaha office each day looking for more ways to make money.
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