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Another day, another Twitter Kerfuffle by Elon Musk.
Tesla's CEO and co-founder resurrected his appeal to British diver Vern Unsworth, who helped rescue the Thai caves last month, on Twitter Tuesday
"They do not think it's weird He was offered free legal advice, "Musk said in a reply to Drew Olanoff, Vice President of Communications at Scaleworks, an investment firm based in San Antonio.
Background: Musk named Unsworth a "pedo" on Twitter last month after Unsworth criticized a mini-submarine Musk contributed to the rescue effort of 12 Thai football boys and their trainer trapped in a cave with their coach.
Unsworth called the submarine "a PR stunt" during an interview with CNN. "He can put his submarine where it hurts," Unsworth said. "It just did not have a chance to work."
Musk replied in a remote since then tweet, "We'll be a problem with the mini sub / pod all the way to Cave 5. I'm sorry, Pedo guy, you really asked for it."
Subsequently Unsworth said he could argue – and Musk apologized.
And there it stayed until Tuesday, when under a Twitter discussion about an interview earlier this month with The New York Times, in which the reporters wrote that Musk was moved to tears: "The past year was the most difficult and painful year my career, "he said in the story. "It was painful."
Since then Musk has said that there are no tears, but the Times has stood by their story.
Musk posted a Twitter post on Tuesday that was published by Global Digital Women founder Tijen Onaran as a link to a Forbes column written by Amy Nelson, Founder and CEO of The Riveter, a network of community and community Work areas built by women for all workers. In the column she reflected on the plight of the few female CEOs and might have responded if one of them cried.
"Female founders need to constantly think about how they are perceived both in business and in life, not allowing us to be totally vulnerable or transparent," she said.
Musk joined in the discussion and tweeted: "Remember, my voice broke once during the NY Times article, that's it? There were no tears."  For the record, my voice broke once during the NY Times article. That's it. There were no tears.
– Elon Musk (@elonmusk) August 28, 2018