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Elon Musk is Awesome, but this Interview Sucks

I'm a huge fan of Elon Musk, and we're proud to have featured an interview with him here on the Buzz. So, that's one way to have a chat with the closest thing the real world has to Iron Man.

Here's another way . . .


It's icky (that's the only printable adjective I can think of), but maybe it will reach people who would never read our interviews.

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  1. There are some positives to this interview. In particular how M politely and thoughtfully answers the questions.

    Here's another funny video I appreciate yet is quite different. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ns0IHCj2q-E

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