Letters To Elon.

We introduced a new segment on The Justin Brady Show on Saturday, called “Letters To Elon.” Every week, I’ll write a new letter to Elon Musk about how impressed and proud I am of his accomplishments. I’m a huge Elon Musk, Tesla and Space X fan.

In case you didn’t know, Musk recently came to an agreement with the SEC on his Twitter usage, and in the same week, he launched full autonomous capability in Tesla cars, with the added goal of allowing Tesla owners to have their cars rideshare autonomously, picking up passengers while they aren’t using their car.

He’s been mocked by so-called “automation experts” for his ambitious goals, which is not unusual for him. “Experts” have been constantly telling Musk he can’t do things. He does them anyway. Because he certainly has his haters out there, hopefully, this will lift his spirits.

 

Here’s the first of my letters to Elon.

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Dear Elon,

Congratulations on launching the full autonomous capability on your Tesla electric cars. I’m so proud of what you have been able to achieve. I realize it’s been hard work and people haven’t been easy to work with, especially those horrid SEC folks, and those holier than thou automation experts, but… they’re just jealous. I’m writing to let you know we are proud, and we are pulling for you.

Love, Justin

PS: Can you come to Des Moines for an interview? Ok-thanks.  

 

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Send Your Own Letter!

Feel free to send your very own letters to Elon. Tesla’s corporate HQ address is 3500 Deer Creek Rd. Palo Alto, CA. 94304. Make sure to reference this post, so hopefully, we can get him to Des Moines for an interview. Perhaps we will even throw a welcome party! Please take photos of your cards and post them to Twitter with hashtag #LettersToElon.

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Listen to the “Letters to Elon” segment.

 

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