That’s it, just one clean sentence that starts with “Tesla” and ends with “racist”. Perfection. There are also other words in that sentence, words like “connotations”, “reference” and “discussed”. These words actually give away the game, they’re literally an admission that the author isn’t reporting on any particular racism exhibited by Musk or Tesla but is merely tying them together with a ribbon of semantics and association. But it’s OK, no one reads those words anyway, not in a sentence that has Musk and misogyny and scare quotes in it.
What is he a front for? What confluence of interests does 'Tesla' and 'SpaceX' represent? What Nazi undead hold his puppet strings?
Aaaah Elon Musk.gotta love this
looked this up2021 Musk.
Well ... happy he found a woman.
Then read 'Grimes' interview in Times Oooof
I mean 'C'mon kid' sometimes it is just better to not say ANYthing.
I understand this take but it's wrong. It makes sense given the past couple years, and the Grimes thing, and his extensive, incredibly annoying fandom. But the bigger picture story is that he's a live actor in a dead game.Musk is interesting but not in and of himself. He's interesting as a symbol and a case study and a mystery how a company can be successful despite haemorrhaging money why certain companies get pumped full of government investment how individuals are chosen as puppets to represent ideological and fantasy values, all this weird stagecraft stuff, deep politics, voodoo economics etc
I assume this is what Ronaldo's been doing. There were a bunch of reports going round when he signed for Juventus and they did his physical that he "had the body of a man in his early 20s" despite being in his mid 30s. It could just be marketing, but he still plays brilliantly and seems absurdly athletic for a player of his age.