Elon Musk says he'll turn trash from tunneling into homes

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In an indirect exchange with investor and Berkshire Hathaway CEO Warren Buffett, Elon Musk announced on Saturday that he is "super super serious" about starting a candy company.

The situation started to first come to light in an email from Musk to all employees that was leaked to Electrek a few weeks ago. The term "moat" in the investment parlance was established by Buffett. "It's ridiculous. Warren does not intend to build an actual moat. I don't think he'd want to take us on in candy", Buffett said.

In an email to employees, Elon Musk said Tesla employees will need to send HR a note affirming the character of the contractor, or else that person will be denied access to Tesla's facilities.

So what to make of Elon Musk's latest whimsical Twitter-based business plan?

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When Musk's comments were brought up to Buffett during an annual meeting for Berkshire Hathaway, he told Musk to stay away from Berkshire Hathaway's See's Candy, Fortune reported.

In another tweet, Musk recently made a new, "sweeter" announcement. And Elon may turn things upside down in some areas. A Berkshire Hathaway investor asked Buffett about Musk's point of view and Buffett's response nearly seemed a like dare.

As IFLScience were quick to note, a cyborg dragon would be something requiring mechanical body parts as well as organic ones, so if Musk really were to devise this dragon there would need to be organic material in it, which could prove hard.

I say Musk can make whatever kind of bricks he wants from all that tunneling waste, just so long as he doesn't try to use any Boring Company byproducts to make candy. Well, Musketeers is already taken so Musk is thinking of settling with Cyptocandy. On the call, he got a chance to pass those questions onto Musk when the exec, bored with the demands of high-level analysts, remarked "We're going to go to YouTube".