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FAUXTON
Jun 2, 2005

daef


Powerful Two-Hander posted:

just bombard countries from orbit with teslas imho

hot rods from the gods

But then a Tesla might kill someone who doesn't absolutely deserve it

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FAUXTON
Jun 2, 2005

daef


when u try to do grimes but u do crimes instead

FAUXTON
Jun 2, 2005

daef


flakeloaf posted:

if the car melted in water why did it have a puddle of it just lying around

sorry everyone's car took a nap in a poppy field

FAUXTON
Jun 2, 2005

daef


Okay kiddo here's a sander, the wood paste is over there by the poly coat and the sandpaper sheets

FAUXTON
Jun 2, 2005

daef


flakeloaf posted:

i've heard azalia banks
make me give god thanks
for the ears i use to hear her tune

and i once heard grimes
during happy times
her nostalgic playlist's on my zune

but i've never met a nice saff efrikan

Sang while driving in a Tesla roadster covered in dead animals/people/flames lol

FAUXTON
Jun 2, 2005

daef


Aye, gromseygrims, wit tar feck is a soob-poo-ina an whoo is the iss-ee-see?

FAUXTON
Jun 2, 2005

daef


Stymie posted:

wow, they're going to have a tough time, that's a pretty serious division

i can't imagine they'll be much of a challenge to florida or arkansas

No he got subpoenaed by the less incestuous SEC

FAUXTON
Jun 2, 2005

daef


The SEC with fewer refs getting bribed

FAUXTON
Jun 2, 2005

daef



Oh my god

FAUXTON
Jun 2, 2005

daef


eh me 'licktrick caws bin a bit shite an' treedahs is shortin' me stoock

FAUXTON
Jun 2, 2005

daef


Ciaphas posted:

is there anything to make them not remotely reduce the charge capacity

a premium owner subscription of $2,995.99 a year, valued Tesla member

FAUXTON
Jun 2, 2005

daef


You should change your name to inferno machines if you're gonna quote the Apartheid Galaxybrain of Hawthorne

FAUXTON
Jun 2, 2005

daef


I think CNBC mentioned something like 27% of TSLA shares were under short orders

FAUXTON
Jun 2, 2005

daef


Farmer Crack-rear end posted:

i know azalea banks said he was on acid but i could totally see musk being out of his mind on amphetamines

grams, me heer plogs is fullin' off me meth-soaked skilp

FAUXTON
Jun 2, 2005

daef








FAUXTON
Jun 2, 2005

daef



Looks like he hit the wrong yellow button and the ocarina only teleported his money to the SEC

FAUXTON
Jun 2, 2005

daef


Mr. Nice! posted:

in tesla news, the stock price today is flirting with $300

much like putting all your money in a tesla product, you might as well just skip the middle man and light it directly on fire

FAUXTON
Jun 2, 2005

daef


elmer chud posted:

this guy is down 50k now

Ocarina for money

FAUXTON
Jun 2, 2005

daef


akadajet posted:

lol this was my first job in high school

Your 90s not the 90s

FAUXTON
Jun 2, 2005

daef


President Beep posted:

im obscenely old

oh okay

FAUXTON
Jun 2, 2005

daef


Lol it's below 300

Wasn't it at like 350 when Elon said he was gonna buy it back at 420? Pro tier short squeeze, boer

FAUXTON
Jun 2, 2005

daef


Mr. Nice! posted:

it was 380 on aug 7

HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA

FAUXTON
Jun 2, 2005

daef



It's undoubtedly related to his Iain M. Banks fandom, but lol if he's still pissy about the work birthday thing.

FAUXTON
Jun 2, 2005

daef


tudabee posted:

"look how hard you tried! we're gonna put this right here on the fridge where everybody can see what a good job you did!"

but it's a car that costs tens of thousands of dollars

Just get a rebel flag it's cheaper

FAUXTON
Jun 2, 2005

daef


CommieGIR posted:

"We don't need QA/UAT, we just need to pound out a really insecure and buggy productship half a finished product to buy time for finishing the other half as updates! Jackpot Agile!"

FAUXTON
Jun 2, 2005

daef


thundering herd problem more like thundering turd problem

The staggering level of internal fragmentation reminds me of how PayPal was when I worked there in '09-15. They experimented for a few months with an "agile product solutions" team that basically took "we need a widget that does this" orders and cranked out custom Java poo poo that never worked.

We were cataloguing suspect addresses in an access database. They'd eventually gotten so wrapped up in quantity over quality that we were amending filings that weren't even sent to fincen yet, there'd be multiple SAR filings in the batch that were a daisy chain of amendments and corrections. Good god I'd love to run across someone from the treasury who had to deal with that poo poo and apologize.

FAUXTON
Jun 2, 2005

daef


I wonder if it's possible to hack together some kind of gadget that can mimic the signaling of a car's port well enough to cause it to be live without being plugged into a car.

FAUXTON
Jun 2, 2005

daef


ChickenOfTomorrow posted:

introducing the tesla etherkiller

I was trying to work that reference in there but then was like "well there's no real mimicry going on there, you're just wiring a cat 5 cable into a 120 (or 240 if you're a real bastard) volt power cord"

On the other hand if you make it dump full voltage no matter what, and someone's car is only set to handle, say, half then hopefully there's something that just breaks the circuit once it's fried or else you might go all like the Galaxy note 7 did.

FAUXTON
Jun 2, 2005

daef


As someone who investigates financial crimes I lmao every day at the people who got doxxed by coinbase and given up to the IRS.

FAUXTON
Jun 2, 2005

daef


Cocoa Crispies posted:

janelle monáe makes everything cooler

That doesn't work on Of Montreal though

FAUXTON
Jun 2, 2005

daef



Lmfao it's like apple all over again, amnesia for obvious poo poo like fold-in side mirrors

FAUXTON
Jun 2, 2005

daef


infernal machines posted:

do they usually fold in at high speed?

Folding at high speed appears to be Tesla's next big thing

FAUXTON
Jun 2, 2005

daef


Bulgakov posted:

lol good


oh and btw i'm the front lines of elon's pinkerton squad and your are all under investigation for shortins

more like stinkerton

FAUXTON
Jun 2, 2005

daef


Is it coincidence that shoddy electric motors make a "REEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE" sound

FAUXTON
Jun 2, 2005

daef


ChickenOfTomorrow posted:

thats a spark not an aveo, jeez

That's a tesla not a dumpster on fire jeez

FAUXTON
Jun 2, 2005

daef


I regged because I wanted to post bad dongs to gbsfm

FAUXTON
Jun 2, 2005

daef


infernal machines posted:

and the van also accelerates into the back of a parked cop car

and proceeds to light on fire

FAUXTON
Jun 2, 2005

daef



introducing the Tesla Flammenlieferungwagen

FAUXTON
Jun 2, 2005

daef


Zikan posted:

https://twitter.com/ap/status/1033861153204723713?s=21

note that this is the third time a Tesla on autopilot went “FIRETRUCK!” and smashed into one

That's pretty smart of the autopilot to aim for firetrucks

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FAUXTON
Jun 2, 2005

daef



Lmfao Chicago soil is basically jelly for like 50+ feet down where you hit bedrock, Elon. People have known this for like 130 years

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