This morning, Nicolas Maduro lived through an assassination attempt, South Australia’s welfare problem went nautical and two Americans found love with two genetic copies of themselves.
Well, it’s almost Friday. That’s something. Overnight, Elon Musk promised to not make killer robots, a man made another man-made record and a Liberal MP went and said a silly thing.
Elon Musk has offered to solve something the government has not: Flint’s water supply. All things considered, it’s actually a rather important move.
We all laughed when Elon Musk’s offer of a submarine was rebuffed. However, it now seems that the Thai government will find a use for it. They didn’t say when.
Elon Musk is getting dragged on Twitter for his role in the Thai cave rescue. It’s nothing short of schoolyard bullying. We’re picking on the rich kid because we’re poor.
Elon Musk’s recent nonsense on Twitter places him on a similar trajectory to Kanye West. But who is to blame? Us, or him?
Yes, Elon, you put a car into space, but how about you put one in my garage.
So, Elon Musk now owns space. Wow. However, with the final frontier now set to be the next billboard, we’re all doomed. Bring on the Spacebook Wars.
Hooley Dooley, what a week. We’ve had awkward blind dates at the G20, Elon Musk flipping off the fossil fuel industry, and a man dressed as the Joker was shot at a sex party. Hey, Victorian police – why so serious?
The week that was involved two male vultures creating life, another in Washington DC risking all life and we gazed back at the Mabo decision, and our commonwealth since.
One week closer to the pit. Hoorah. The week that was, featured some CIA secrets, the passing of a cartoonist and Pizza Hut bringing the ’90s back. Again.
Hump-Day. Tee-hee. What happened while you were asleep? Well, Elon Musk is sending us all to Mars, which is great because our growth is the lowest it’s been since the GFO, and the Prez debate continues to make no sense.
This TBS Ten is with Peter Berner, where we find out about the importance of fixing your teeth and how a great comic sees the world.
From Tesla and SpaceX to animal protection endangering humans, Rich Jackson presents TBS readers the internet’s #longreads worth reading this week.