Čia ironija ar autoironija? Kol kas spėju, kad tik ironija.
Šiaip esu šioks toks elektromobilių ir tam tikrų kosminių misijų gerbėjas. Bet į kai kurias Musko šnekas tai kaip ir netrukdo rezervuotai ar įtariai žiūrėti.
cleantechnica.com wrote: Tesla’s stock is down over 40 percent from its highest peak at the time of writing, so many investors remaining bullish on the stock’s long-term outlook see this as a chance to buy on a budget.
Koks čia ryšys ir kodėl "nenuostabu" tarp pacituotų ir aukštesnės pastraipos? Ir kas keisto kad šūdus rašinėjantis darbuotojai išmetami iš darbo? Kurioj čia įmonėj jų "neišmestų"?
Čia vėl kažkokį įdomų pasekmės priežasties ryšį įžvelgi. Kas ten su jom įdomaus vyksta? Facebook akcijas pasižiūrėk pvzMeanwhile kažkas įdomaus vyksta su Teslos akcijomis...
Tokia taikli Musko fanbojų parodija, kad jei būtų lietuviškai, galvočiau, jog skaitau genuine vapulos mintis.Twitter is a cesspool of an app that was just trying to milk the real-life Tony Stark out of a few billion. Even though that’s pennies for Elon, he’s not going to let some evil corporation sneak a bunch of bots past him, he’s much too smart for that. Did they really think they could outfox the clean energy king?
Shutting down the Twitter deal was one of the shrewdest, brilliant business moves in the last decade. He wakes up and grinds so hard every day, and did the research to figure out Twitter was dead on arrival. I can’t think of a more genius play than dropping the mic on this crooked, bot-ridden “social media” app.
Unless he does end up buying it.
If he does end up buying it, I’m astounded at what a revolutionary, game-changing business deal Mr. Musk made by purchasing one of the most successful, engaging media platforms in existence.
Taip ir maniau, kad vėl suvemsi kokią nesąmonę apie mane Kaip tikras Musko bybčiulpys, neturi ką atsakyti į kritiką, bet kažkaip apginti savo stabuką juk norisi.
Ačiū, tikrai prireikia didelės sėkmės kartą per porą savaičių pasidalinant naujienomis.Nu ka as zinau, good luck.
forbes.com wrote: Elon Musk posted a meme on X, the social media platform formerly known as Twitter, on Sunday making fun of U.S. aid to Ukraine. Specifically, the meme features a photoshopped image of Ukraine president Volodymyr Zelensky with the caption, “When it’s been 5 minutes and you haven’t asked for a billion dollars in aid.”
It’s unlikely Musk made the anti-Ukraine meme himself, since the billionaire has a long history of seeing jokes on Twitter and posting them as his own, rather than simply pressing the retweet button. But it’s very clear where Musk stands on this issue, whether he made the meme or not.
kyivpost.com wrote: “A dedicated follower of the Neville Chamberlain school of appeasing murderous dictators reveals his appalling ignorance,” wrote one person in reply to Musk.
Elon Musk is once again under fire for comments about Russia’s full-scale invasion of Ukraine, this time for appearing to conflate the situation on Kyiv’s international border with that of the US. In a post on X, he asked: “Why do so many American politicians from both parties care 100 times more about the Ukraine border than the USA border?”
At the US border, thousands of largely peaceful migrants are crossing in the hopes of claiming asylum in the US.
At the Ukrainian border, tens of thousands of Russian troops have crossed hoping to illegally annex an entire country in what one Moscow general has described as a ‘stepping stone’ to invade Europe.
There was no shortage of people in the replies to his tweet willing to point out what Musk appeared to be missing.
Yahoo news wrote: Elon Musk Deletes Tweet Telling People to Follow Known Antisemite for Israel War Updates
Elon Musk recommended Sunday for his nearly 160 million X followers to follow two accounts for updates on the Gaza−Israel conflict — only for CNN journalist Jake Tapper to prove one of them has a history of antisemitic content.
In a since-deleted tweet that was screenshotted and shared by Tapper, Musk wrote, “For following the war in real-time, @WarMonitors and @sentdefender are good.”
Sprendimas, aišku, atiduoti dalį Ukrainos ruzijai.Musk – who grew up in South Africa – added: “I mean, they're, they're quite literally cousins, Ukraine had family in Russia. People in Russia have family in Ukraine.
“So like what, what I'm trying to say is that these are not natural adversaries, they had their grievances, but they, they are, you're quite literally family and, and I think we in the West are sort of pushing them to kill their, their sons.”
“And, and it seems wrong to me to do that to add to the, the, the regional tragedy there is the civilizational risk that we are brewing by making Russia a pariah to the West.”
Elon Musk has claimed that there is no “significant” Ukrainian resistance movement in Russian-occupied areas of Ukraine, sparking a furious response from partisans who have been wreaking havoc behind enemy lines since the beginning of Russia’s full-scale invasion.
Speaking in an online discussion on X on Monday, the billionaire claimed that those currently living in occupied areas of Ukraine would actually “vote to be part of Russia.”
Yahoo finance.(Bloomberg) -- Fallout from an Elon Musk post endorsing antisemitic views continues to spread, prompting a rebuke from the White House and criticism from Tesla Inc. investors as advertisers flee his social media platform, X.
Musk, who regularly engages with antisemitic users on X, agreed with a post that said Jewish people hold a “dialectical hatred” of white people. “You have said the actual truth,” Musk said.
The White House called Musk’s response an “unacceptable” act that endangers Jewish communities. Meanwhile, several Tesla shareholders also spoke out against Musk, who is the chief executive officer of the electric car maker, with some saying he should be suspended from his post.
Americans have “an obligation to speak out against anyone who attacks the dignity of their fellow Americans and compromises the safety of our communities,” White House spokesman Andrew Bates said in a statement on Friday. Musk’s companies hold several government contracts.
cnbc wrote: Apple has paused its online advertising campaigns on X, formerly Twitter, after owner Elon Musk made antisemitic comments on the platform.
Several media companies, including Disney, Comcast, Warner Bros Discovery, Paramount Global and Lions Gate Entertainment, have also suspended advertising on the service.
RollingStone wrote: BACK IN 2016, Elon Musk claimed that Tesla cars could “drive autonomously with greater safety than a person. Right now.” It was a lie, one that sent Tesla’s stock price soaring — and made Musk among the wealthiest people on the planet. That lie is now falling apart in the face of a new recall of 2 million Teslas. It’s also revealing to the broader public what close observers of Tesla have always known (and the company itself admits in the fine print of its legal agreements): Tesla’s so-called “self driving” technology works fine — as long as there’s a human behind the wheel, alert at all times.