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Elon Musk has had a lot of fun with short sellers in his time, especially since they’re usually taking a bath betting against his religion-that-makes-a-few-cars-and-also-flamethrowers-but-not-enough-of-either-or-any-money. That being said, he’d still like to see them in prison.

Now, we know Musk—like any good cult leader—doesn’t take criticism or skepticism well, but perhaps he should focus on his own legal issues. And maybe go back to that whole not-tweeting thing.

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