Elon Musk Trying To Back Out of Twitter Deal

Janson

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What is amazing to me is a lot of YouTube comments are basically "Musk will either turn Twitter around and make a huge profit or he'll put it out of business. Either way he wins. That's what some off you losers whining about this don't understand. Not matter what happens he comes out on top."

And not just one or two comments like that. But multiple comments with dozens of replies agreeing and adding on how up our down Musk wins and how he got what he wanted.

I don't know. It is weird.
We’ve got a few of those idiots itt. People like @fatmoocow @Neo22 for example.
 
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Menger

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What is amazing to me is a lot of YouTube comments are basically "Musk will either turn Twitter around and make a huge profit or he'll put it out of business. Either way he wins. That's what some off you losers whining about this don't understand. Not matter what happens he comes out on top."

And not just one or two comments like that. But multiple comments with dozens of replies agreeing and adding on how up our down Musk wins and how he got what he wanted.

I don't know. It is weird.
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Mike00

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Super intelligent to say anyone is an idiot when they don’t agree with you


Ehh hard to disagree with him. musk himself is fine. And going bankrupt might be the best path for him at this point. But he didn’t win this one. His big mouth got him on the hook for a company he eventually did not want to buy and he paid peak prices, and peak prices for tech period let alone twitter which didn’t earn peak prices. Musk lost this one unless he turns it around.

Billionaires make mistakes all time. Look at Zucker and the metaverse. Hell Jobs screwed up apple at one point and then brought it back. They arent infallible and this is musks big blunder.
 
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intro_vert13

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Ehh hard to disagree with him. musk himself is fine. And going bankrupt might be the best path for him at this point. But he didn’t win this one. His big mouth got him on the hook for a company he eventually did not want to buy and he paid peak prices, and peak prices for tech period let alone twitter which didn’t earn peak prices. Musk lost this one unless he turns it around.

Billionaires make mistakes all time. Look at Zucker and the metaverse. Hell Jobs screwed up apple at one point and then brought it back. They arent infallible and this is musks big blunder.
elon fucked himself even before he had any ownership stake tho which is way funnier
 
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Mike00

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elon fucked himself even before he had any ownership stake tho which is even funnier

Yeah I don’t know why people think Musk won this. He already lost since he never wanted the company. And he lost while losing 60 billion in tesla valuation on his own personal wealth this year.

Does he still win in the earning money game? of course but this was a giant face smacking loss.
 

gimpshiznit

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Aug 9, 2003
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Ehh hard to disagree with him. musk himself is fine. And going bankrupt might be the best path for him at this point. But he didn’t win this one. His big mouth got him on the hook for a company he eventually did not want to buy and he paid peak prices, and peak prices for tech period let alone twitter which didn’t earn peak prices. Musk lost this one unless he turns it around.

Billionaires make mistakes all time. Look at Zucker and the metaverse. Hell Jobs screwed up apple at one point and then brought it back. They arent infallible and this is musks big blunder.
except those guys were making mistakes while trying to do the best for their company in terms of forward vision.
Musk stuck his nose in a place were he didnt belong and actually created his own problem. it wasnt like he was already the CEO of twitter then decided to invest in the wrong path. IMHO this isnt comparable to Jobs' errors or Zuck's metaverse
 

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