Mr. Musk And The Merger

Elon Musk is a busy man. He makes cars, yes, but he also builds spaceships, and when he's not doing either of those things, he digs tunnels, designs humanoid robots and pokes around in the brains of monkeys, only one of whom had to be euthanized. You'd think leading the EV revolution, planning trips to Mars, reimagining subterranean transport, cosplaying Ex Machina and enabling macaque monkeys to play Pong using only their minds would be enough for one person. But you'd be wrong. Or at least yo

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6 thoughts on “Mr. Musk And The Merger

  1. If you ask me (and no one has), there is an easier way to understand Musk.
    I pulled this list of signs and symptoms straight from Wki/mania

    Inflated self-esteem or grandiosity.
    Decreased need for sleep (e.g., feels rested after 3 hours of sleep).
    More talkative than usual, or acts pressured to keep talking.
    Flights of ideas or subjective experience that thoughts are racing.
    Increase in goal-directed activity, or psychomotor acceleration.
    Distractibility (too easily drawn to unimportant or irrelevant external stimuli).
    Excessive involvement in activities with a high likelihood of painful consequences.(e.g., extravagant shopping, improbable commercial schemes, hypersexuality)

    1. Eddie, another simple way to view it: Dorky kid who got bullied around now gets his chance to be the bully. Not sure if you have kids, but reference the antagonist named Vector in the movie “Despicable Me”.

  2. Musk is probably just trying to own something else for when cryptos and tesla crash… to maintain his relevance.

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