I own a propane torch, so I know one when I see one. The Boring Company's Not a Flamethrower? It's definitely a propane torch... which, I suppose, means that Musk's marketing department is pretty much on the mark.
To drive the point of the Not a Flamethrower's not being a flamethrower home, the folks at DriveTanks.com subjected the Not a Flamethrower to the Pepsi challenge against a Vietnam-era M9 flamethrower and a XM34. Seeing how much more destructive these two weapons are compared to Musk's torch makes me glad that it's definitely not a flamethrower that the Boring Company was selling.
On Thursday, Tesla denied media reports that it fired employees who chose to stay at home during the coronavirus pandemic, rather than expose themselves to possible infection at Elon Musk’s California factory.
Tesla CEO Elon Musk says Septeber 15 is the tentative date for the electric car company’s shareholder meeting, and “Battery Day,” at which it Musk is expected to show off advances in battery technology.
On Twitter today, Tesla and SpaceX founder and CEO Elon Musk called for the federal breakup of Amazon.
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