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A kid-sized submarine arrived in northern Thailand, just a few hours before the final four members of a youth soccer team and their coach were rescued from the flooded Tham Luang cave complex. Elon Musk, whose minions had built the sub out of SpaceX rocket materials for the sole purpose of moving the trapped boys to safety, delivered the mini sub himself and announced his presence in a tweet to his 22 million followers.

Meanwhile, the rescue chief said that the kid-sized submarine was “not practical” for the boys, as thousands heaped praise onto Musk for doing — well — it’s unclear if the bombastic billionaire really did anything helpful. Which makes you wonder: Is Elon Musk serious with this crap?

Elon Musk awoke today with the intention of sending Twitter into a frenzy by declaring that he received "verbal govt approval" to build a Hyperloop in the densest part of the United States, between New York City, Philadelphia, Baltimore, and Washington D.C.

This is dumb, it's not how things work, and requires, uh, actual government approval. We reached out to the, uh, actual government to see if this is legit.

The more I learn about Elon Musk's Boring Project -- a wild idea to build a tunnel that sends cars at breakneck speeds under Los Angeles -- the more I want to take a ride. The twisted genius just posted video of a test sled zooming through a test tunnel. Holy crap, it's like going into hyperspeed, and I want to ride! And I feel a little sick now, too!