It's hard to keep up with the constant $TSLA drama. Let's start a list of just what has happened since the 5-2-2018 Q1 CC (help me out):
- 2 rounds of pre-mkt @elonmusk buys
- 10mm ~$295
- 25mm ~$342
- $35,000 Model 3 (used to raise capital) will cause Tesla to die
- Layoff 9% of workforce (1st Round)
- Parking lot tent made "from scrap" "needed" to hit production targets
(tent evidence previous claims fraudulent)
- No more reservations - configs opened up to all
- All references to $35k Model 3 removed from Tesla.com
- @skabooshka / @IspyTsla photos/vid. of makeshift open air production line
- $TSLA files 8-K claiming over 5,000 Model 3's produced in 1 week with 20% being assembled in the tent (GA4)
- Over 11,000 Teslas "In Transit" at end of Q2
- 1,000s of Teslas discovered in multiple lots
Alhamdulillah dapat khabar semua mangsa berjaya diselamatkan.
Kisah benar ini kalau dijadikan filem sangatlah epik. Tp kalau jadi filem, aku tak nak orang putih buat, nanti depa letak dua penyelam British tu jadi watak utama semata. #thread
Aku nak orang Thai buat, they deserved it as a whole.
Watak utama adalah Ekapol, football coach. Tapi akan ada dalam 4 sides of story : Ekapol, Adul (budak yang boleh speaking), Saman Gunan dan rescue team Thailand, 2 British expert cave diver.
Cerita akan bermula dengan---
--pengenalan latar belakang melankolik Ekapol, seorang anak yatim, stateless, family semua meninggal disebabkan satu wabak dan dia the only survivor, tinggal dgn nenek, merupakan seorang monk, tapi jiwa bola sepaknya sangat tinggi.
Just read about the water pumped out of the cave flooding nearby farms, instead of being angry the poor farmers said “we can harvest next time, we need to save 13 lives now.” And nothing restored my faith in humanity better than this. #ThaiCaveRescue
All Parents agreed on not find out which boys were rescued until ALL of them are out. Thai Navy Seal gave up his life. Farmers gave up their lands. Volunteers in all shape & form and no one asking for any compensations.
THANK YOU WORLD!! 🙏🙏 #ThaiCaveRescue#humanity
BREAKING: The entire soccer team and their coach have been rescued from a Thai cave after being trapped underground for over two weeks, sources. #ThaiCaveRescue
Pelajaran yang bisa diambil dari krisis #ThaiCaveRescue (a thread)
-Warga Thailand sangat kompak dan solider
-Orang tua korban sepakat tidak ingin mengetahui siapa yg sudah diselamatkan sampai semua anak2 keluar dengan selamat, menunjukan solidaritas yg tinggi
-Perusahaan yang punya pompa, tanpa diminta sudah membawa pompa2 tersebut untuk memompa air, secara sukarela.
-Petani merelakan lahan pertaniannya untuk dibanjiri air dari goa tersebut, mereka bilang "Panen bisa ditunda, tapi nyawa manusia tidak bisa"
-Semua warga berpartisipasi, ada yang menyediakan makanan untuk para relawan, bahkan ada satu orang dia bilang tidak punya uang untuk membantu, tapi dia bisa bantu mencuci alat2 selam yg kotor, demi bisa berpartisipasi menolong korban 😰
#thaicaverescue A thread about the 25-yr-old asst. football coach, Ekapol, who was in charge of the twelve boys.
Ekapol was an orphan who lost his nuclear family at age 10 to a disease that swept through his village in northern Thailand. Relatives looked after him till he was 12 before sending off to a monastery. He was said to be "sad & lonely".
He then trained to be a monk but left the monastery to care for his ailing grandmother in Mae Sai in northern Thailand. There, he split his time between a working as a temple hand at a monastery and training the then newly-established Moo Pa team.
Rescuers begin operation to retrieve soccer team trapped in Thailand's Tham Luang cave, head of rescue mission says. #ThailandCaveRescue
A rescue mission is underway to pull out the 12 boys and their coach trapped inside a cave in Thailand. 18 divers (13 international + 5 Thai) have made their way inside the cave to rescue the boys one by one.
Zoned out until I heard the theme music and just for a second, I felt like I was overseas again watching BBC on the hotel TV.
Some weathered hotel in India. Some sparse room in Vietnam or Laos.
Sigh. Not all flashbacks are bad.
I traveled a lot before my son. 35-40 countries maybe. I went to a lot of "hard places" figuring I could always hit the "easy" ones later in life.
I had all kinds of misadventures. Robbed in Costa Rica. Got Hep-A at least once and probably twice. Got lost. Sat through blackouts.
Got stranded in Africa and had to take seven flights to get home. Got run off the road on a rented motorcycle outside Hanoi. Got drunk in the very inland town of Sevilla, Spain and woke up close enough to the sea to smell it.
The divers will attempt to bring out 13 non-swimmers through a very challenging cave dive! Harrowing. The way the cave-diving community has mobilized is impressive as cave-diving is a very specific subset of diving—even expert non cave-divers have limited skills for this.
Amazing. The volunteer cave-divers and Thai divers are reportedly tethering themselves to these—until very recently non-swimming children—to guide them through dangerous, narrow cave passages—putting their own lives on the line. Hope the rest goes as well.
Second rescue attempt is reportedly under way. A thread explaining how different caves are compared to what most people see/experience as diving. That particular cave was so challenging that it took days for world’s best cave divers to get through first.
(2) Thai authorities spent the past 24 hours preparing the area with screens to keep the media out (good), and ambulances and helicopters on standby ready to ferry the boys to hospital. The mission is risky; anything could happen.