On Thursday, Jeff Bezos, CEO of Amazon, presented the space company Blue Origin with plans to reach the Moon, including a brand new design for its lander, Blue Moon.
Then Elon Musk, CEO of SpaceX took to Twitter to grossly imply that Bezos created an unjustified hype for a plan that did not go anywhere – a move that could be read as the ultimate example of the irony of "Pot Calling the Kettle Black".
In the tweet, Musk writes "Oh stop teasing, Jeff," along with a winking emoji face and a lander's photoshopping image, with "Blue Moon" replaced by the words "Blue Balls," a clue to the unpleasant Feeling that can follow sexual arousal without liberation.
Perhaps Elon Musk has never heard the adage that visionary CEOs who do not consistently meet their ambitious space-saving commitments should not throw stones. That's the saying, right?
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