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This is such a black pill comment. Unfortunately there are no reasonable arguments to anything you have written.
There is an issue of bonds anyway so Disney won't lose their right to self governance, at least not with the outstanding bonds.
This is more of a troll move by DeSantis. It's fine but it's just propaganda, there is no substance. I'd prefer to see some 2A protection similar to what MO did.
Tucker didn't cover Lindell and that ended up being a good call. The Cyber Symposium was a joke. Tucker didn't cover the AZ audit. Was that a bad call? Just 2 more weeks, right?
When you're on MSM you can't just follow every unverifiable story like Steve Bannon. Good watch some old War Room episodes from 6 or 8 months ago. How much of that shit is complete and utter BS. The vast majority of the stuff on Bannon's show is complete garbage and never pans out. According to Ben Harnwell we all died already from the Hemorrhagic Fever that spread during the Beijing Olympics.
Tucker can't do Steve Bannon. He can't do Alex Jones. It's a different league.
This is cute and all but it means zero. It's a troll, just like the Disney thing. Disney is not going to lose their special status, the whole thing is for show. It's funny but ultimately totally unproductive.
Constitutional carry, that's good. He needs to get some 2A protection laws pushed through like they did in MO. That thing keeps dying in Senate committee. Ron needs to put his foot up someones ass and get that thing pushed through and signed yesterday.
Hope Elon is not "suicidal".
We will see with Dorsey. He probably had his balls is a vice from the board and could either do as they wanted or hand the company over to a Paki Marxist.
He may end up being the villain we think he is, but I've got some money on him going Naomi Wolf/Steve Kirsch once Elon takes the company private.
Musk is really hard to distill. He seems to really care about the survival of humanity. He is very facts based which isn't surprising as he takes an engineering approach to problem solving. He is not at all a climate alarmist, though I believe he still takes the CO2 thing way too seriously. I suspect if he really did a deep dive he would shift his position.
The guy flat out works. An 80 hour workweek is a light work week in his world. A heavy work week is 120 hours. Most people working in the US don't work 120 hours in an entire month and Musk does this in one week.
He is also a gambler. Built a successful business and sold it. Dumped that money into another business that was successful and sold it. Dumped all of that into Tesla, SpaceX, etc. Those businesses had a very low chance of success yet here we are. Both have been hours away from bankruptcy. SpaceX was one failed rocket launch away from bankruptcy. Imagine, the entire future of a business coming down to a single rocket launch - a rocket launch that had yet to be successful.
There are a number of things I disagree with him on, the extent to which CO2 is warming the climate being one. His long term vision of everything being electric seems impossible given the need for battery storage. Unless and until battery tech evolves, we will run out of raw materials. Musk seems to put a lot of faith in government regulation. He seems to be oblivious to regulatory capture, or at least the current state of regulatory capture.
Really complex guy, a real visionary.
You said Musk was a climate change cuck and have not posted anything supporting that statement aside from calling someone a simp.
OP posted a link where Musk called on increased fracking. I'm not going to post links but you can look up the rest where he called for increased drilling and for Germany to restart their nuke plants.
A poster asked if you thought fossil fuels were infinite and you reply with 300+ years. Maybe you're not good at math but 300 years < infinity.
You seem to have been propagandized. It happens bro.
You know, one of the things "our side" seems to have a problem with (maybe the other side too, I don't pay attention to them) is compartmentalizing. I'm seeing this constantly on display with Musk.
Musk is a guy. He is not "our" guy. He is not "not our guy". He's just a guy.
On this one issue, he is correct and he has the money and balls to fix it. Having studied Musk pretty extensively (because he might be the most complex and interesting famous person alive) I'm not surprised. The man loves a spicy meme.
Now your children or grandchildren, depending on your and their age, will probably be exclusively fucking Musks robots instead of other humans. So that one isn't so good. But he's a big free speech kind of guy, so we should cheer that on.
No. Actually you are full of shit. The worst thing he has said in terms of climate alarmism is that we will eventually run out of gas and oil (true) so we need to find something sustainable. And while we are doing that we should not run the experiment [putting CO2 into the atmosphere].
You can agree or disagree with that stance, but it is not alarmist or unreasonable. Musk has called for increased drilling of oil and gas and took a shit in the Germans and called them foolish for shutting down their nuclear plants.
What kind of climate cuck calls for increased oil and gas drilling?
You sir, are a retard.
Unless the CIA is an "investor".
Kind of like JD Vance.
Insider pumps last longer than one day. These people can't just log onto Robinhood and dump their shit, lol.
You want a pump and dump, MRNA - that's a pump and dump. Even though the stock is sliding it's being pumped, it's going to zero and the execs know it.
Earnings reports are known well in advance, so yes.
Elon fucking crushed them.
Elon leading a Twitter short army of apes would lead to a much different outcome.
If you bought $1,000 of Twitter stock when it launched you'd be under water before Elon got involved. That's not what Tesla did.
Remember the Tesla short army? We need a Twitter short army.
His name is Larry Fink
It probably is too
The list is growing. GETTR, Rumble, Substack. Creating a parallel economy takes time.
That's a hell of a chart.
There is already Gab and Gettr. If he wanted a project he'd just invest in one of them.
That time he told Leslie Stahl that Trump was good at Twitter, fucking kek.
Twitter was below $20 before Trump was elected. Right now it's $45.
Would you bet on the stock going to $70 or $20 at this point, pretending Musk never got involved? The new CEO seems hell bent on shrinking the platform.
I'm not saying that the board MUST accept, but given where the stock price is going, it's a very good offer. I mean it was $34 a share a month ago.