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Elon just can't keep out of trouble. Despite agreeing to have an overseer to vet his social media communications as part of his settlement with SEC Musk continues to bait, ridicule and show contempt on twitter and has again drawn the attention of SEC lawyers.


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Honestly, I think a lot of what he says is justified. Whilst it may not be ideal for market relations .... to him it just doesn't matter. Think its a continuation of his personality.

I'm not calling him crazy just yet!

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