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I wonder who is funding the FUD.
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Unpopular opinion: I totally agree with him.

I selfishly want the Cybertruck to be more expensive and sell fewer units, so I can have one of the only ones on the road 😆
I'm exactly the opposite. For years I've been anticipating the CT to be like The Mustang in 65. Huge interest for a year or so, and then everywhere you look there were Mustangs. People still liked them but not gaga over them at least. I really don't look forward to having an early CT, and having people gawking and taking photos of my truck. But I did reserve one, the night of the reveal.
 

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I'm exactly the opposite. For years I've been anticipating the CT to be like The Mustang in 65. Huge interest for a year or so, and then everywhere you look there were Mustangs. People still liked them but not gaga over them at least. I really don't look forward to having an early CT, and having people gawking and taking photos of my truck. But I did reserve one, the night of the reveal.
I agree. I had an early Model 3 that I still love. But when it was new, it was the only one on the road and stood out like a sore thumb. I didn't like that, I'm more into blending in.

It will be impossible to do that for the first 2-3 years in a Cybertruck, but I'm willing to deal with it in exchange for having so much better of a truck. I never really enjoyed driving our F-150, so it was only used on a necessary basis, and I would go far out of my way to not have to drive it. For example:

One time I needed to get a 9-foot-long pressure treated 6"x6" from my home to my cabin, a drive just shy of 2 hours. It was heavy but I put the ski racks on the roof of my Model 3 and lashed the thing on top, simply to avoid having to bring the truck, in perfect condition with only 40K miles on it, out to the cabin. If I had the Cybertruck, I wouldn't have hesitated to throw the 6"x6" in the bed and tie it off so it would be secure if I felt like letting some ponies loose!

Here's what I needed the 9-foot-long 6"x6" for:

Tesla Cybertruck Jim Cramer thinks Cybertruck may not sell even 50K a year... Elon responds: "This is a good omen! Inverse Cramer never fails 😂" 1698946867255

Now my cabin is all set to charge my Cybertruck at 48 amps at 10 cents/kWh.
 


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Wall street expert at it best, JC. He just want airtime. This guy love to trash Tesla and Elon Must.
 

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I get why inverse Cramer is a thing now. Hilarious....
This goes to how much research goes into his recommendation on stocks too.
Do your own DD people
Tesla Cybertruck Jim Cramer thinks Cybertruck may not sell even 50K a year... Elon responds: "This is a good omen! Inverse Cramer never fails 😂" 1698947962338
 

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I agree. I had an early Model 3 that I still love. But when it was new, it was the only one on the road and stood out like a sore thumb. I didn't like that, I'm more into blending in.

It will be impossible to do that for the first 2-3 years in a Cybertruck, but I'm willing to deal with it in exchange for having so much better of a truck. I never really enjoyed driving our F-150, so it was only used on a necessary basis, and I would go far out of my way to not have to drive it. For example:

One time I needed to get a 9-foot-long pressure treated 6"x6" from my home to my cabin, a drive just shy of 2 hours. It was heavy but I put the ski racks on the roof of my Model 3 and lashed the thing on top, simply to avoid having to bring the truck, in perfect condition with only 40K miles on it, out to the cabin. If I had the Cybertruck, I wouldn't have hesitated to throw the 6"x6" in the bed and tie it off so it would be secure if I felt like letting some ponies loose!

Here's what I needed the 9-foot-long 6"x6" for:

1698946867255.png

Now my cabin is all set to charge my Cybertruck at 48 amps at 10 cents/kWh.
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And this is why pricing threads are bad.

-Crissa
I think you mean, this is why "news" agencies shouldn't report on anonymous randos on the internet saying that Tesla reached out to them lol.

But pricing threads are bad. I agree lol.
 


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Private message me if you are in the area and want to charge in the North Cascades, I leave my charging unit powered up 24/7 so others can use it when I'm not around. For the time being, it's still kind of a charging desert on Mount Baker Highway, which is a dead-end highway into the heart of the North Cascades. I've already found a couple of notes left by random EV drivers who used it while I was away.
 

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Private message me if you are in the area and want to charge in the North Cascades, I leave my charging unit powered up 24/7 so others can use it when I'm not around. For the time being, it's still kind of a charging desert on Mount Baker Highway, which is a dead-end highway into the heart of the North Cascades. I've already found a couple of notes left by random EV drivers who used it while I was away.
Does you charger in the North Cascades show in Plugshare?
 

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Private message me if you are in the area and want to charge in the North Cascades, I leave my charging unit powered up 24/7 so others can use it when I'm not around. For the time being, it's still kind of a charging desert on Mount Baker Highway, which is a dead-end highway into the heart of the North Cascades. I've already found a couple of notes left by random EV drivers who used it while I was away.
Was there a check attached to the note??
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