Are govt officials mulling cosmic tours now?
Elon Musk yesterday took to social media to post the following after the top billionaire and notorious bluff master lost a small fraction of his wealth, worth billions of dollars, to Twitter.
"Space-Ex now offers a 69 per cent discount to state officials who want to take a round trip to Mars to understand how rich billionaires function to generate pocket money," Musk wrote on Twitter.
In other news that we are not sure is related, government officials have vowed to no longer embark on educational trips to foreign countries.
Having boosted other countries' economies in times of global financial crisis, numerous fake Facebook accounts had criticized the Chapasthan officials relentlessly.
"Space-Ex now offers a 69 per cent discount to state officials who want to take a round trip to Mars to understand how rich billionaires function."
The backlash reached boiling point when the mayor of Dhoka West decided to travel to the US to learn about the art of Waste Management.
Previously, trips to figure out how to build ponds, cultivate rice and potatoes, purify polluted river water, so on and so forth, had caused massive uproar, especially among the naive tax-paying community in the country.
"Our people finally understand the public sentiment," a general secretary of the trip-advisor ministry told The Daily Nebula while requesting anonymity.
The secretary revealed that the relevant authorities have already sat for a meeting at an undisclosed location, where they signed an agreement that bars them from travelling to other countries to gather precious general knowledge and in the process, make countless BCYes cadres envious.
At the time of writing, Musk was yet to reveal whether or not his latest tweet was a joke.