Replying to @nytimes
Cool. Now, let’s do climate change, income inequality, rising homelessness, massive corruption, women’s rights, and literally ANYTHING else that actually effects us here on Earth. Thx!

12:29 AM · Sep 16, 2021

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All important but why does it have to be one or the other? Elon Musk who is the CEO of spacex also is the CEO of Tesla. Tesla is doing more to fight climate change than anyone
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I don't think the space company is responsible for solving all of society's issues
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The minds inside of the space industry are WASTING THEIR FCKING TIME when, one would assume, we could use their brain power here on earth. Just a thought!
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I assume you apply this principle consistently? Whenever a new movie is announced, I can expect to find you in the comment section, calculating how many lives could be saved with it's budget? no? you're telling me this isn't actually principled in any way? quelle surprise
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Hilariously NEVER in a film’s comments section, but GREAT try! And, no — I don’t equate the brains working on films with the brains working for what it takes to navigate space, but thanks for that horrible analogy. 🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣
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Sorry. Not trying to make this an ad hominem. I’m sure you’re a good person, ignore the previous comment regarding your character. But seriously. What compelled you to try and pick apart what is a genuinely incredible accomplishment? For all of us?
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This project will raise $200m for a children's hospital. Include children's illnesses on your list of problems.
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LOL The project is being paid for by a billionaire. Make no mistake, the guy could write the check to St. Jude tomorrow & call it a day.
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