"I strongly object to hardness of heart, but I object quite as much to the softness of car doors.
I mean seriously somebody should make a steel Cyber door or something, just saying.
I'm sick of these candy ass panels."
Teddy Roosevelt - 1903
Seen today in Jeff Roberts video.
If these are Samsung employees or visiting guests and not just truck ads (possible),
and since they have the contract for manufacturing Cybertruck cameras, this may bode well.
1 - Companies that are heavily shorted find it harder to gain investors.
2 - Any short position in any company creates further incentives for agents to act against the
interests of that company.
3- When a powerful figure like Gates takes a stand against your company,
by supporting or even...
Australian subsidies are even worse.
Each state has it's own version because the Federal government is mired in coal mining relationships.
And what subsidies do exist are limited to the first 'X' amount of purchasers.
Like it's a free set of steak knives for the first 200 callers.
I play poker. The guys who play the odds and do the math can't understand when the odds don't play out and someone gets lucky. "It should have been mine!"
The guys who play with luck and gut feeling can't understand how someone playing by the numbers can win so many times in a row. "How are they...
I met up with some friends over the weekend I hadn't spoken to since pre-covid.
Mentioned I had pre-ordered a Cybertruck in conversation.
Two started up on Elon Musk being an evil lunatic, the third was more sanguine.
The first two were convinced it would never come to market.
I felt like I was...