There's nothing quite like watching two billionaire blowhards fighting it out on basic cable. This time, Carl Icahn and Marc Andreessen are bickering over eBay.
It all started when Icahn, a notorious activist investor, successfully pressured the auction site to spin-off PayPal. That caused a miffed Andreessen—an eBay board member—to start blurting out insults on CNBC, saying Icahn was like an "evil Captain Kirk."
"I'm no great fan of Andreessen ... I tried to listen to him but he talks in a high squeaky voice and, you know, when he talks you can't really hear him in my opinion," Icahn said on CNBC's "Fast Money: Halftime Report."
Icahn also said Andreessen represents the bad side of the tech industry, saying that "it's sort of a known fact" that he has "screwed more people than Casanova."