Let’s say you’re a bored billionaire who (somehow) just escaped one major self-authored crisis unscathed, in spite of the mortal dangers to your billionaire status. What do you do? Lay low for a while? Focus on making your company some money? Don’t be silly: First, you spend some time editing your Wikipedia page. Then you evade your dwindling band of babysitters, press the home button on your phone, realize your stock price has crested $420, giggle a little, and then indulge in your most self-destructive vice by tweeting out a reminder of two other crises you inexplicably created with your trademark sense of, uh, humor, we guess.
Oh, Elon, we hope you never change. Then again, we aren’t Tesla shareholders.
Elon Musk makes cannabis joke on Twitter as Tesla’s stock jumps above $420 [MarketWatch]
Tesla Shares Race Past $420 Buyout Figure [WSJ]
Elon Musk says he’ll go bankrupt if Tesla, SpaceX do [Yahoo! Finance]
Elon Musk Says His Wikipedia Page Is ‘Insanely’ Accurate [Observer]