One of a few people with the wherewithal to indeed do something about a mythological trade in Los Angeles is finally fed up.
Billionaire dignitary Elon Musk announced early Wednesday that he’s prepared to pierce forward with his recently formulated ambitions to gimlet holes by a earth.
“Exciting swell on a hovel front,” Musk tweeted. “Plan to start digging in a month or so.”
Coming from anyone else, we competence assume this is a joke.
But given that this is an businessman who helped reshape mobile payments, shaped a business that sent rockets into space and launched an electric-car association from scratch, it would be ridiculous to shrug it off.
Exciting swell on a hovel front. Plan to start digging in a month or so.
— Elon Musk (@elonmusk) January 25, 2017
The cofounder of PayPal and stream CEO of SpaceX and Tesla Motors initial mentioned his tedious skeleton in December.
“Traffic is pushing me nuts. Am going to build a hovel tedious machine and only start digging,” he tweeted during a time, adding, “it shall be called ‘The Boring Company.'”
“Boring,” he said, apparently coining a catchphrase, “it’s what we do.”
To mislay all doubt — OK, to mislay some doubt — he added, “I am indeed going to do this.”
In classical Musk fashion, on Wednesday he teased a stirring proclamation with only adequate fact to make we contemplate a possibilities.
“Where will your hovel be?” a Twitter user asked.
“Starting opposite from my table during SpaceX,” he responded. “Crenshaw and a 105 Freeway, that is 5 mins from LAX.”
As these things typically go, it was tough to contend immediately either he was joking. A Musk orator was not accessible for comment.
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