You went to the banks and told them you wanted to buy Twitter, a failing social media company.
The banks are not stupid, they see bad business decisions all the time, and especially from the wealthy, you cannot always rely on their common sense.
Because they get bold and out of control, forget the principles of risk and think themselves royalty gambling our welfare at a game of chance.
So when the banks told Elon Musk what a bad idea it was trying to leverage Tesla, a company of incredible worth, and an investment the banks also have interest in in terms of loans and liability, Elon did what every stupid rich person does at one point or another and completely disregard their own business principles.
In Elon Musk’s case, his business sense left him long before his wife did, long before he decided it was a good idea to name his child something no one can say or spell.
Gonna make it hard in grade school, poor chigroushtaka, or whatever that absent father named that bastard.
What? It is what it is, my Dad died when I was six, I was condemned to bastard for life, wimblgorfhousanfrat?
Gonna have to live their life knowing Dad is alive and well, richest man in the world, and forced their mom to live in a tiny home during pregnancy.
“What was being rich like mommy?”
At that point, there won’t be any hope to clear the lingering Musk of a deadbeat, worthless, absent father.
Not so different front from the direction of his business affairs, because Tesla stock crippled, just because Elon committed, and has yet to find a way out of his financial predicament.
What a fucking idiot.
You had everything, all you needed to do was listen to your engineers and wife, and you’d be sipping tea with gatingalingdatudatu in your lap right now!
Probably not in a tiny home, knowing your exwife she would have chosen something badass like a steampunk palace!
You fucking moron!