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Musk Madness: People Are Already Wreaking Havoc With Elon’s Flamethrowers

Musk Madness: People Are Already Wreaking Havoc With Elon’s Flamethrowers

Well, the most logical guess would be that Musk's Boring Company raising $1 million from sold hats and a further $10 million from Not a Flamethrowers, minus production and shipping costs, could be contributing to Musk's multiple start-ups without taking on the same debt or diluting ownership like most ventures usually would. The sale on Saturday saw the first thousand units go while the remaining 19,000 will be shipped. However, he quickly discovered that it was perfectly legal to build flamethrowers as long as they shoot out flames that are under 10 feet.

KitGuru Says: At the very least, Musk is allowing himself to run wild with his ideas in the Boring Company and there's no telling what the mad man genius will end up doing next.

With 20,000 flamethrowers now in circulation, expect more flame-throwing displays on social media. "When the zombie apocalypse happens, you'll be glad you bought a flamethrower".

The fire-breathing device comes packaged with a rhyming set of terms and conditions that nods to the classic Dr. Seuss book "Green Eggs and Ham".

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"In a flawless world, I don't see any reason why anybody needs something like this out of a legitimate commercial use". "The best use is creme brulee", it reads. I will not use this in an unsafe way. Prices range from just under $3,000 to one listing with a "Buy it Now" price of $20,000. This suggestion probably should have a "Kids, do not try this at home" caution, because you know that's what people will do. The Boring Co.is based in Southern California, a region ravaged by wildfires.

Choosing one of his favorite communications forums, Musk took to Twitter to post some photos of the flamethrower customer pickup event, accompanying his tweets with enthusiastic comments.

Musk replied to him: "We don't think our product will be the cause of any wildfires, but The Boring Company is donating $10k".