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Elon Musk Named Time Magazine’s 2021 Person Of The Year

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Elon Musk has been named Time magazine’s 2021 Person of the Year.

After a year of selling off his possessions and moving to Texas, the world’s richest man has bestowed the honour, launching rockets into space, inventing new driverless cars, sharing his Asperger’s diagnosis while hosting Saturday Night Live, and influencing the stock market with these tweets.

Musk spoke with Time Magazine and discussed his ‘semi-separated’ status with Grimes, slammed vaccine mandates as an ‘erosion of freedom’ and shared his plans to fly Noah’s ark spaceship packed full of animals to Mars as he works to colonise the planet. One reason Musk moved to Texas was his disapproval of California’s strict COVID mandates.

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