$TSLA: “Intentionally filling multiple propellant tanks with 1000s of feet of known defective welds in a manner you can’t control with people nearby could be criminally negligent.” | Feb 2020

As predicted, it blew up within days. You are witnessing one of the greatest blunders in Aerospace history as experts watch 1 man desperately attempt to further his dangerous fraud leading to multiple predictable catastrophic failures. https://t.co/3LMqbvMdlb pic.twitter.com/xfBc1VnLZu — EVent Horizon (@evdefender) February 29, 2020

$TSLA: “NTSB should ask Tesla to present hazard analysis (or FMEA/FTA whatever) of their Autopilot system.” | Feb 2020

1/ NTSB should ask Tesla to present hazard analysis (or FMEA/FTA whatever) of their Autopilot system. If Tesla can’t present any such analysis it means they’re not treating the system with the diligence it deserves. Assuming that all OEMs apply equivalent rigour is self deluding — Tesla Toons (@FairDinkumCap) February 26, 2020

$TSLA: Why does #BagholderGifford hate shorts so much? | Feb 2020 #thread

1/ #BagholderGifford has praised Japan's GPIF fund for ending stock lending to shorts. Like Elon, BG hates anything that stop stonks going up & to the right. In a recent article for @gurufocus (and @YahooFinance), we explain why this is dumb. $TSLA $TSLAQhttps://t.co/8KAFJtyf9l — Almington Capital Merchant Bankers (@AlmingtonCap) February 24, 2020

$TSLA: “Most AV watchers and VC investors seem to be growing more concerned about robotaxi unit economics, not less.” | Feb 2020 #thread

Interesting. Most AV watchers and VC investors seem to be growing more cautious/concerned about robotaxi unit economics, not less… at least for the short-to-middle term. This is one of the reasons AV firms are shifting focus toward trucking/delivery (or ADAS, for sensor cos). https://t.co/MGgKNUIg6V — E.W. Niedermeyer (@Tweetermeyer) February 21, 2020