Elon Musk To Buy Twitter For $44 Billion

Ain’t it sus’ how aggressively space boy continues to wanna buy & sell Earth Stuff

Lucy M.
4 min readApr 17, 2022


Ain’t it sus just how keen space boy is to continue to buy and sell earth stuff?
Photo by Thiébaud Faix on Unsplash

Disclaimer: In the complex dichotomy between the people who believe that Elon Reeve Musk is a real-life Tony Stark, and the people who don’t, I’ve pitched my tent firmly in the latter camp.

Billionaire-defenders now is your chance to click off.

Elon Musk’s encephalon is forever churning out a profusion of aesthetically pleasing ideas — most notably his recent obsession with TITS. He’s also suggesting that Twitter drops the W in Twitter? Wink!

When space daddy isn’t playing quipster or downplaying a global health pandemic, he enjoys dazzling his 80 some million followers on the platform with a variety of extra-terrestrial humor in tweets such as;

69 days after 420 again haha

I put the art in fart

420 is ten times better than 42

the color orange is named after the fruit

Door hinge

Seriously speaking though, whether Musk’s ideas are the result of divine or privately funded inspiration, one thing is for certain, he could throw as much money as he wanted onto a sheet of metal, and it would never turn into a Tesla.

And although he strives to style himself as the perfect synthesis of artist, inventor, mechanic, objective economist, and evolutionary strategist, Musk owns just three patents;

  1. Design for a car door
  2. Design for the body of a car
  3. Design for Tesla’s charging port (the shape and locking mechanism) which he aggressively mass-produced and distributed — a clever ploy that specifically drives up Tesla sales because 40% of all charging stations in the US, are Tesla.

Musk is a rich guy who could care less about switching America to electric cars — to save the environment and whatnot — he’s keener to switch us to his electric cars.

His other profits have been generated by his workers — who he mathematically has to pay less than the value they add to the starting materials on his factory floor.



Lucy M.

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