Tesla CEO and SpaceX founder Elon Musk “led the human in emulation” quite convincingly – as he had promised to do on stage – as the host of “Saturday Night Live” at the event. her first appearance as the “first person with Asperger’s” to appear on the show.
He was arrogant, quirky – and funny. And her mother even managed to promote her investment in Dogecoin, as cryptocurrency fans held their breath everywhere.
Musk doesn’t think he’s that bad and has a big vision for the future. “I believe in a renewable energy future,” he said. “I believe that humanity must become an interplanetary civilization that evolves in space. Sounds like exciting goals, doesn’t it?
If “I just posted this on Twitter, it will be fine.” But I also write things like ’69 days after 4/20 again haha. ‘”
So maybe he’s not cool, he confessed.
“To everyone I offended, I just want to say that I reinvented electric cars and send people to Mars in a rocket,” he boasted. “Did you think I was going to be a normal cold guy too?”
He said he could really surprise people because the show was live – and broadcast live on YouTube around the world for the very first time.
“I could say something really shocking: how I drive a Prius,” he said, utterly unmoved.
Colin Jost later joked on “Weekend Update” that Musk hosted the show so he had an alibi when the Chinese rocket crashed into the ocean on Saturday night.
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