Wait, so...if he were eligible, he'd be a likely candidate for president, and...that's why the media...shouldn't cover him?
It just makes his opinions worse.
I don't think his problem is that not enough people have told him to shut the fuck up.
Earth? Hey, I'm from Earth!
And my judgement is...it's not Bob Iger's fault that Elon Musk is a fucking nazi.
I don't much care for Twitter or its format either, but I think the organizers of the Arab Spring might dispute the notion that it served no valuable purpose.
Lots of people got value out of Twitter, from political organization to rapid news updates to disaster preparedness to promoting small businesses. I think you and I probably agree that Twitter wasn't the ideal place or medium for this kind of communication, but that's not much consolation to the folks who relied on it and haven't been able to find an alternative that meets their needs as effectively.
...I'm...sort of morbidly curious what you think "hostile takeover" means.
A Washington Post spokesperson said Tuesday the company had made the decision to pause its advertising on X.
I know that PR and reporting are separate departments, but it does feel kind of oddly detached for a Washington Post reporter to describe calling a Washington Post spokesperson for comment like that.
He tweeted out a Pizzagate meme today, because of course he did.
Also I don't think he understands The Office.
Welp, they've finally convinced me: encryption really is for crooks to use so they won't get caught committing crimes.
When Musk bought Twitter, he was entering the ad business, which he apparently had no inkling of.
He thinks he's selling an app.
Maybe Elon got some of Trump’s lawyers to moonlight.
Of course, as you know firsthand, a suit doesn't have to have any merit to make life miserable for its targets.
She worked for Trump; none of this is going to be new to her.
You can say "shit" here.
...I'm not sure it counts as a Streisand if it's something everybody already knew about.
Adams actually attempted an online, crowdsourced Hitchhiker's Guide, before he died (some years before Wikipedia). It didn't really succeed, for reasons related to the usual problems trying to monetize web media. Wikimedia worked out better by taking the not-for-profit route rather than attempting to be what we used to call a "dotcom business" like H2G2 did. Though some of that's surely down to timing and luck.
Gaslighting, I assume.
What do you think replacement theory is?
Others might note that the underlying theme of Hitchhiker’s Guide is that it’s actually compiled by living beings, but, hey, whatever…
Yeah, if you want a real-life equivalent of the Hitchhiker's Guide, it's...Wikipedia.