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It seems that Elon Musk wants to add “comedian” (relentless at that) to his long list of jobs and positions. While he waits for the acquisition of Twitter to become official he has been on a roll posting some serious and some not-so-serious tweets on the internet.

Lately, in fact, Musk has had some of the same enemies as former President Donald Trump. He also happens to be taking “potshots” at some of the richest men in the world, except, of course, himself. Recently Musk went after Microsoft founder Bill Gates, attacked CEO Reed Hastings indirectly by mocking Netflix, and now he is letting people know what he thinks of The Washington Post, which is owned by Amazon founder Jeff Bezos.

Yes, even in the face of harsh criticism and many people trying to stop Mr. Musk from buying Twitter, he is rolling with the proverbial punches and dropping “bombs” on Twitter relentlessly. Robby Soave tweeted:

“If @esaagar and @elonmusk criticizing a Twitter executive (for a decision Twitter itself admits was bad!) counts as targeted harassment, then isn’t WaPo itself engaged in targeted harassment of Saagar and Elon? I unpack this utterly ridiculous standard.”

Musk responded:

“The Washington Post targets me relentlessly! Their insults could be higher quality, but some are not bad. I gave them 3 stars on Yelp.”

It’s not likely that the “Musk” news cycle will go away soon, and he seems to be what everyone is talking about. Although he seems to be right-leaning, it seems he has many non-traditioanl fans all over the internet, from people who like investing, electric cars, humor, and the constitution.

Musk has not left out Mark Zuckerberg lately:

Some other recent tweets from Musk:

“Listen, I can’t do miracles ok”

“Let’s make Twitter maximum fun!”

“Kicks Red Bull’s ass!”

“Some sci-fi that actually features sci-fi would be great”

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