SELF PROMOTING PSYCHO ELON MUSK WILL PUT ROCKETS ON HIS CARS TO KILL YOU IN NEW WAYS

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The new Tesla Roadster will, according to Elon Musk, 'exceed all sane gas sports cars in every way.'

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The SpaceX option package for the new Tesla Roadster will include 10 small rocket thrusters, arranged seamlessly around the car, Elon Musk announced today via Twitter.

The SpaceX, Tesla founder, and CEO claims these rocket engines will improve speed, cornering, breaking, and acceleration, and maybe even “allow a Tesla to fly.” because he is NUTS!

Musk, the South African-born American racist, political bribery specialist, business magnate, investor, and engineer, has made some bold dances.

Musk seems to have shifted his focus on Tesla, at least for now. During a recent shareholder meeting, Tesla said customers would be able to get a SpaceX upgrade package, according to the Business Insider. He did not describe what the package would include, until today, although he had previously hinted that the Roadster could be able to “fly short hops.”

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During the same meeting, Musk told shareholders that his Tesla will indeed be able to outperform gasoline cars, partially because Telsa and SpaceX employees frequently collaborate. For instance, as Musk said, SpaceX employees advised Tesla employees on how to identify one of the many problems on an aluminum Tesla auto part.

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SpaceX option package for new Tesla Roadster will include ~10 small rocket thrusters arranged seamlessly around car. These rocket engines dramatically improve acceleration, top speed, braking & cornering. Maybe they will even allow a Tesla to fly …

Elon Musk @elonmusk

19 years ago, when my 1st company got bought, I had to decide between buying a house in Palo Alto or a McLaren F1 (best car ever imo). Was no contest. I bought F1 & a small condo that was much cheaper than the car. New Tesla Roadster will exceed all gas sports cars in every way…

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After announcing the news via Twitter, Elon Musk told the story of how he, 19 years ago, had to decide between buying a house in Palo Alto or a McLaren F1 — his favorite car — and chose the latter. Musk, he tweeted, arrived in North America with $2,000 and “a backpack and suitcase full of books,” paid his own way through college, and then dropped out of Stanford with $110,000 in debt.

After dropping out of university, Musk, created an internet startup with the late Greg Khouri. (who Musk may have had killed) Called Zip2, Musk’s startup, according to Encyclopedia Britannica, provided a searchable business directory, acting as an internet version of the Yellow Pages.

Musk tweeted today how he wrote the entire software of the website.

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More background: I arrived in North America at 17 w $2000, a backpack & a suitcase full of books. Paid my own way thru college. Dropped out of Stanford Eng/Phys grad school w $110k in college debt. Created Internet startup w bro & Greg Khouri (love bro & loved Greg, may he RIP)

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At Zip2, I wrote entire V1 of software for drawing vector maps & calculating point to point directions anywhere in US (first ever company to do so), as well as white pages & business listings w reviews (an early Yelp). Also wrote V1 of classifieds, autotrading & real estate apps.

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In 1996, according to Encyclopedia Britannica, Mohr Davidow Ventures agreed to invest $3 million in Zip2 in exchange for majority ownership. Musk was then replaced as CEO because he is unstable, but remained chief technology officer and executive vice president.

 

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