How anyone can confuse capitalism with a "meritocracy" is beyond me. Capitalism is based solely on property relations.
Your boss isn't better than you because they own the business. Your landlord isn't better than you because they own the building. They just own things.
Of course, since I'm still blocked for being an Ass 🎩 and a chimp (true and fair play), I don't have the opportunity of replying. St. Elon prefers to win three year old arguments against himself, naturally.
Also, 3 years later and all he's got is pretending to not know the difference between market cap and initial investment? The public invested billions in Telsa, far more than Musk. It wasn't vested into shares because our government is corrupt and likes to give money to the rich.
Elon Musk is still so butthurt from the time I said he was like the villain from Altas Shrugged that he went back and replied to the thread 3 years later! It just goes to show, no matter how much you win at life, you can still be a loser in your heart. It's almost inspiring.
Lmao yesterday a bunch of Elon Musk fans found this tweet again, so they are spending their Thanksgiving weekend defending Elon Musk's feeling from getting hurt by a 3 year old tweet, reminding me that Musk fanboys are literally the most pathetic losers on God's green Earth.
The funniest thing about libertarians worshipping @elonmusk is that he's basically the villain from Atlas Shrugged. He makes all his money from government subsidies and contracts, and by wildly exaggerating production to pump up stock prices.
It always baffles me how we, as a society, have apparently decided that the job of "sports referee" (who need to make precise judgement calls extremely rapidly in a chaotic environment) is the only job where we believe peak performance is achieved by 65 year old men.