When did they revoke his license, before or after they blew up his car?
There you go being rational again! Get on board the "We ain't payin' to educate darkies" program and stop whining! Seriously though, it's hilarious to watch all of these anonymous cowards regurgitate the corporate party line like it's the be-all and end-all of American freedom, when it's really just an attempt to justify corporate rule.
"Sumdumass"? Got it!
An educator who can't write a proper English sentence? I detect the scent of BS.
Might not be a bad idea. We should start with shutting down Delaware as a credit card processing facility. And, by the way, the story was about hypocricy, not the finer points of the distorted law enacted by corporate stooges in congress.
At the very least he didn't bother to proof read what he wrote. At worst, he really doesn't know how to spell ejamacashun. From his right-wing attitude I would say he isn't terribly knowledgeable about much at all, and that would include the finer points of creative writing. "We don need no stinkin eduction!"
Most "ganjadudes" tend to be progressive. You sound decidedly far right/Tea Party. Perhaps you should consider getting a more accurate handle, like, perhaps, IveGotMineLet'mStarve.
ManufactureRs. Manufactures is what a manufacturer does.
I think that's what the gigafactory is all about. While everyone else natters on about "costly batteries," Tesla is actually doing something about it.
That's not a pyramid, it's just a vegetation encrusted natural phenomenon like the "pyramids" in Bosnia. Why is every orthogonal formation with four sides aligned with the cardinal points and a platform on top supposed to be a pyramid? Damned New Agers.
I think you dropped a negative there some place.
Of course not. For starters, the guy works 80 hours a week--or at least he said once he's trying to get it DOWN to 80 hours a week. The man is far from a parasite. Not that there aren't CEOs who are parasites, but Musk is clearly not one of them.
In the 1960s, John Kennedy tried to break up the CIA and throw the pieces to the wind, but they blew his brains out in broad daylight.
The "people who want to do us harm" at the CIA, and their stooges, already have protection. And last time I looked, the constitution was still the law of the land.
"First contact" indeed.