That may be, but are they the richest man in the world worshipped by a tech cult of adoring, unrealistic millenial boot-licking human automatons who want to have computer chips implanted in their brains?There are others more maniacal and dangerous than Elon.
There was a time once when it was considered a socially acceptable aspect of human nature for people to have their own harmless little oddities, quirks, eccentricities and foibles.Indeed.
Why can't some of us just be quirky or odd? Why are DSM pathology labels necessary?
Frankly, there are far too many who are using the "spectrum" label to excuse poor behavior.
Agreed, it won't go away. There have been people already willingly getting chipped for at least a couple of decades that I know of, maybe longer, but they weren't chips that get connected to the brain, they're placed in other parts of the body. I don't know who first came up with the idea of the human brain being plugged into the web, whether it was taken from just a fictional book or SF movie stuff or not, but I think that Musk has been the first person to talk seriously about getting plugged in as a real goal of his. Even if he does give up on it I have no doubt that other people would still run with the idea of being plugged in so no, it isn't going to go away. I just hope it won't be for people who want to abandon physical society to live and play in a virtual reality in their heads, which is what Musk wants and has been promoting.Doesn't matter that Elon is working on a "chip". He's not the only one working on it. Who here thinks that if Elon was to quit working on it that it will go away?
No one in their right mind.
I'm not upset about Musk being successful, I know about his entire history and I know he's a very clever, ingenious person but I'm concerned about him being a cunning maniac because that's what he is. Any half-way intuitive and intelligent person should be able to see that by looking at his face and eyes even before knowing about his brilliance and his accomplishments. He's a maniac who also just happens to be the wealthiest man in the world which is a dangerous thing.I am surprised you are upset that an African American man is successful.
There are several definitions for maniac, one of them from the Collins English dictionary is: any intemperate or obsessive or overly zealous or enthusiastic person. That describes Musk to a T as well as describing a number of people online.maniac
- A psychotic or otherwise mentally ill person who exhibits violent or bizarre behavior. Not used in psychiatric diagnosis.
I don't have a problem with it and I don't care if some other people do. Yes and yes to your other two questions. Most animals possess the same facility through both the visual cues and sense of smell. In humans reading the eyes and body/facial language is a primitive visual recognition facility that around 25% of the human population still retains as a primal survival trait. Most really good hunters or animal husbanders have it. The other 75% have lost it or it's been bred out of them, especially with the onset of the industrial revolution.Wow! Do you not see the problem with that statement... really... you can tell a maniac by what they look like??? Conversely, you must be able to tell how good people are by their looks???
Awwww shucks. Y'all are just saying that because you're intolerant of the nerve of anybody else not worshipping your hero and expressing an opposite opinion about him.You're not intuitive. Just hateful and probably jealous.
This kind of thing is what the late evening news casts up here were about last night:After seeing the mistakes made this week by Elon with regards to Twitter I don't believe we will see the "free speech" free for all that he wanted it to be. The advertisers won't return.
I don't think so.I heard a lot of questions... a lot of speculation... not much substance. Guess your MSM is pretty much the same as ours.
Yep, all over the news all over the world. Musk had to scrap that feature PDQ when the SHTF. This one was a dumpster fire disaster waiting to happen and it happened at the first opportunity. I think he still has a lot of quick thinking to do and a lot of kinks to work out if he doesn't want to be forced to declare Twitter bankruptcy. On the bright side for him at least, he doesn't care. LOL.Fake accounts including ones for Biden, Musk and Eli Lilly caused the feature to be shut down. It's been all over the news.
Looks like he's confined himself inside a cage. That's a good place for him to be.
Why? I already have something like 7 or 8 or 9 posts in this thread about things I don't like about the man and that's only a portion of it. I don't think it's possible to have a sincere discussion about him here. I'd be okay with it if it was possible but I'd need to weed through and ignore the comments from some of hecklers throwing popcorn out of the peanut gallery who don't actually have anything worthwhile to say and only want to derail a serious discussion by heckling.Thanks.
I'd still like to hear from @Paumon She seems to be more vocal in her opinion.
I would not fault Musk for taking advantage of government offered riches
Now that's funny. Maybe that's why he's tucked himself away in that rabbit hole looking out from inside his sort-of imaginary anti-psychic attack faraday cage.It sounds like I hope Elon doesn't have a rabbit that @Paumon can have access to near a pot and stove.
Who said that, was it Musk or Jones?Musk's new ideas on moderation will bury the hate speech so that the users can not monetize it. He also won't give a platform to people like Alex Jones, “I have no mercy for anyone who would use the deaths of children for gain, politics or fame.”