let me look at look at someone I mean that you're we now have the spectacle of Ilan completely misusing his opportunity to live a fulfilling life. Oh
(expletive) we already we already talked about Trump. No way. You know I got allowing other without the Woody Allen's come out of your lips.
Here's another another friend who I have been loath to talk about but it's just like here's somebody who is just the poster boy for having better things to do and yet He's just tweeting himself into a proper Fugue State. Why is he doing it? I have no idea, but he's on, he appears to be unstoppable. Well,
we know why? It's because Twitter. I mean it's because of Twitter, isn't it? Like, I mean, I see is that this is a one-man advertisement detective and I heard someone say like, does anybody, you know, just look at this trajectory as a microcosm of what Twitter is doing to all of us in a way and social media? Well, that's anybody think that Elon is paying more. More attention to the things that matter and and has a bigger and broader and wiser, and deeper grasp of what's really going on than he did 10 years ago. That
was frankly one of the proximate causes of my getting off just seeing how dysfunctional it was for Ilan to be as addicted as he is to Twitter. And if I leave it leaving aside entirely his buying of the platform and the kind of the changes he was making to it. I mean, all of that I really view is just a further adumbration of his of his addiction to tweeting, right? I mean, it's just that's how we Himself into that situation of having to pay forty four billion dollars for the privilege of tweeting even crazier things. It's so, obviously dysfunctional. So obviously subverting of his every chance of having a less stressful, happier, healthier life that I had to look. I just just extrapolated back from his colossal use of the platform to my own Farm or calibrated use of it but still, you know, even Even by that light, you know, my own use of it looked completely dysfunctional. And so I just yeah I just pull the brake on it.
Sam Harris Thinks Elon Musk Is 'Tweeting Himself Into a Proper Fugue State'