Jun 18, 2023
The Morning After: Elon Musk says a medical issue may postpone his cage match
Here’s a series of words that’ll send any sane person sighing themselves into oblivion. ( Sorry in advance.) Elon Musk has announced he may need to postpone his potential brawl with Mark Zuckerberg
Here’s a series of words that’ll send any sane person sighing themselves into oblivion. ( Sorry in advance.) Elon Musk has announced he may need to postpone his potential brawl with Mark Zuckerberg over a medical issue. The Xitter owner Xeeted he needs to get an MRI of his neck and upper back, which may lead to surgery before any date is set in stone.
Plenty of folks are hinting Musk’s medical issue may be as conveniently timed as Frasier Crane’s clarinet lesson. And this wouldn’t be the first time Musk has talked a good game and then spent the next few months doing his best to avoid following through. After all, that’s how he wound up owning Xitter in the first place – and look how well that’s gone.
I don’t know what’s worse: That billionaire CEOs are making lame jokes about punch-fighting one another or that some people are taking this stuff seriously. Or that this weird mix of idiotic bravura and unrestrained id means, in this increasingly dumb world, there’s a tiny but real chance it might actually go ahead.
– Dan Cooper
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