On Thursday, Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos’ space organization Blue Origin displayed its arrangements to reach the Moon, including a brand new design for its “Blue Moon” lander.
SpaceX CEO Elon Musk at that point took to Twitter to roughly suggest that Bezos was building unwarranted publicity for an arrangement that wasn’t going anywhere — a move that could be read as a ultimate example of “pot calling the kettle black” irony.
In the tweet, Musk states “Oh stop teasing, Jeff,” alongside a winky face emoticon and a photoshopped picture of the lander with “Blue Moon” supplanted by the words “Blue Balls,” a reference to the uncomfortable inclination that can follow sexual excitement without release.
Possibly Elon Musk has never heard the proverb about how visionary CEOs who consistently neglect to follow through on their own goal-oriented guarantees about space travel shouldn’t throw stones.
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