What’s that going up in flames? Why, it’s Elon Musk’s reputation
U.S. · BUSINESS · TECH · MEDIA
April 25, 20234 min read700 words
Published: April 25, 2023  |  4 min read700 words
Elon Musk is a man of many talents including, it would seem, resurrecting people from the dead. Over the weekend, a number of notable but no-longer-alive figures, including Anthony Bourdain, Hugo Chávez and Jamal Khashoggi had “blue checkmarks” suddenly appear on their dormant Tw...
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Apr 25
Wow, what a terrible and nasty hit piece on Elon Musk. The author doesn't for a second take the time to consider the actual success of SpaceX's recent space flight, throws out personal attacks constantly with name calling like "loser", asserts that if / because Musk's father's emerald mine helped pay for his U.S. education that he somehow didn't do all the amazing entrepreneurial work that he has over his career? I don't know why the Guardian would let such a biased piece be published when it clearly has no journalistic merit and the author spent no time to consider the opposing argument.
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