This one could actually pay for itself.

While the military is at it, they might want to a drug test because there is a whole lot more in the system of the celebrity CEO than just pot. Way more.

Source: http://www.crazydaysandnights.net

While the military is at it, they might want to a drug test because there is a whole lot more in the system of the celebrity CEO than just pot.

Way more. I bet they don’t test him though.

I bet they just let him slide right by and wave as he goes by on his underground train that costs $1 to ride.

I wonder if any of those were built in a place that didn’t ask for permission.

Where else could one really want an underground high speed train that travels a relatively short distance.

This one could actually pay for itself.

Elon Musk

Air Force is looking into how to handle Elon Musk’s pot smoking

The U.S. Air Force is looking into how to handle Elon Musk apparently smoking weed on a podcast.

Marijuana use is prohibited for someone with a government security clearance, which Musk may have because of the contracts SpaceX has with the Air Force.

It is unclear whether a formal investigation will be launched. – Source

Elon Musk’s Boring Company Wins Bid to Build High-Speed Underground Rail in Chicago

Elon Musk’s underground transportation business, The Boring Company, has won a bid to create an underground high-speed rail line from downtown Chicago to O’Hare International Airport. The company beat out at least four other developers for the project, and Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel is expected to make an official announcement this afternoon.

“We’re really excited to work with the Mayor and the City to bring this new high-speed public transportation system to Chicago!” the Boring Company said in a tweet shortly after midnight Eastern time.

Unlike Musk’s much-hyped plan for a Hyperloop, this new proposal is for a slower system that Musk is simply calling Loop. If it’s actually built, Chicago’s Express Loop (not to be confused with the neighborhood of the same name) will take passengers the roughly 18 miles between downtown Chicago and O’Hare Airport in about 12 minutes. The existing above-ground Blue Line trains currently take about 40-45 minutes to travel that route. – Source