Virtue to TangoMusk’s Quake


Virtue to TangoMusk’s Quake

#shorts #Musk #uber-popular video game franchise #violent video games #user Elon Musk is a huge fan of video games, and when he said he couldn’t play violent games like Quake because they kill police officers, people made fun of him on Twitter. His comments led to a massive double standard and the majority of his followers mocked him on social media. More on Elon Musk: Former Tesla Employee Offers Grim Warning About Vehicles’ Safety The Verge reports that Musk’s love for video games goes back decades. When he was just 13, he created a simple video game called Blastar and sold it to a magazine for $500.

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