Elon Musk Debuts the Tesla Powerwall

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+8 1. MrJaKoSe commented 7 years ago

This idea doesnt solve the problem the main problem. You can put batteries in a shiny container, but this doesnt change the fact that batteries nowadays still suck.
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-5 2. Jim777 commented 7 years ago

I understand that he wanted to present this awesome thing himself, but please learn to speak first. Stuttering can be quite annoying to listen to.
Anyway I hope they succeed.
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+1 3. kovacevic023 commented 7 years ago

SRBIN !!! 8-)
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+1 4. Judge-Jake commented 7 years ago

Just for once I'd like to see Elon take on a large project instead of all these small ones. :|
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+3 5. ughlah commented 7 years ago

#3 the guy has nothing to do with the teslas or the koncars or any serbian electro-blooded families.
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+10 6. PownMeister commented 7 years ago

#2 Dude, give the man the respect he deserves. He is maybe the biggest entrepreneur in our time. The fact that he is also backing up everything he does 100% when everyone is doubting his success, demands big balls. Complaining about his stuttering only shows how ignorant you are.

#4 moving from south Africa with his Brother to Canada, traveling to USA almost broke, building up and selling zip2, using the money from that sale to build up paypal which was a straight comppetitor to ebays own money transfer solution and utterly smashing the competition making ebay buying paypal and make it their implemented payment solution. Using the money from that sale to start Solar City, Tesla and SpaceX which he has put in extreme amounts of his own money and time in to be able to reach his success.
The guy is risking personal bankrupcy and all his time for the things he believe in
I would say he is maybe one of the most important and influential men at the moment. The world needs more people like him.
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+9 7. browncoat commented 7 years ago

Elon Musk is THE MAN!

A real life Tony Stark.

He IS the most important and influential man alive today. He will revolutionize the space industry. Wait and see.
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+2 8. Judge-Jake commented 7 years ago

#6 That's all fine and good. Presumably (if it's true) you are also in favour of how he treats his staff. He allegedly sent a message to a staff member who missed a meeting to see the birth of his child saying it was no excuse and that he needed to get his priorities right. Also staff who complained that they were working too many hours were told that they would have lots of time off when they were redundant.

Many Years ago I worked for a company that was taken over by another company. On the first day with the new company I went to get my coat after my contacted hours that day came to an end (I also had a hot date that evening) The new manager asked me to take my coat off and go down to another branch half a mile away and start bringing stock over to the new building. I told him this hadn't been mentioned previously and that I had plans. These were his exact words "Well I can't make you stay, but all I will say is that now is the time to impress your new masters" I was seventeen, got my coat and told him to FUC* off! I heard about a month later that he had been fired for theft, I walked into a new job three days later. ;)
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+1 9. browncoat commented 7 years ago

And how is working at McDonalds going for you?

Develop a better work ethic..
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-7 10. Judge-Jake commented 7 years ago

#9 That was over 40 years ago. Been self employed for twenty five years. Drive a Bentley these days how are you doing?
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-2 11. browncoat commented 7 years ago

I'm half your age, own a Bugatti EB110 Super sport and married a lingerie model.

My keyboard kung-Fu owns yours..
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-3 12. Judge-Jake commented 7 years ago

#11 Using my advanced age,wisdom and unique system for sniffing out online bull shitters. I happen to know that you are full of Shite. You work for the NHS in an auxiliary role, you drive a Vauxhall Corsa (a Blue one, five years old). You live with your parents, not married but are engaged to Kelly who works in Nando's, Kelly does not look great in lingerie. Your favourite holiday is caravanning with Eric and Joyce your parents (anywhere on the East coast apparently) your dream is to one day own a static caravan near Skegness in Lincolnshire and providing the governments help to buy scheme continues you should be in a position to buy your first house in twelve years time.

My Keyboard Kicks seven shades of shite out of your sick man of China Kung fu. Doesn't own you but rents you out for children's party's, garden events & Bobbin Farmers.
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+2 13. Jabafara commented 7 years ago

Remember as a kid how winters were cold.. And started early November..
Nowdays it's like this in December instead of having like a meter of snow! :|

#4 Small steps to big changes.. Bigger the project, easier it is to bring down by someone who doesn't profit from it!
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+5 14. thundersnow commented 7 years ago

A speech impediment, like stuttering, as other physical flaws and imperfections don't define the person, Jim777, nor do they affect the person's intelligence or character. Judgement and ignorance however is very annoying, #2. The man is inspiring! Great video!