, 2022-09-26 22:42:07,
CEO worship is strange and deserves proper symptomatology.
Twitter users might be familiar with the “nerds defending Elon Musk” meme.
It’s an apt meme which at this point is de facto the best response to any of Musk’s extremely defensive supporters on Twitter. There’s seriously a large group of people who think that any criticism towards Musk’s radical centrism and plans for combating impending climate disaster — with Mars colonies, in case you forgot — are plebeian haters who don’t recognize his brilliance.
Somewhat similar to that meme, Bill Burr had a famous bit where he made fun of Steve Jobs by simply asking what he actually does for Apple that warrants his celebrity other than being an obnoxious taskmaster. Burr’s right, he was pretty much a face and persona that strategically bridged the tech nerd of the late ‘80s and early ‘90s with the ‘70s cool rock of an aged Beatles’ fan in service of investor and consumer fascination.
Jeff Bezos, who is unequivocally one of the wealthiest human beings ever, uses his grotesque wealth to do the most obvious things that billionaires would do including 10-minute-long space tourist flights and buying massive carbon-spewing yachts. He doesn’t even have the odd villainy antics of Musk, yet he still has a cult following in the social media hustle culture/manosphere ecosystem where he is treated like a god instead of sublimely…
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