Bulgarian Lyubomir Vladimirov sent Elon Musk a proud 154 times. Vladimirov is a programmer, wants to develop a game about the colonization of Mars, and would like to use the branding and equipment of Musk’s space company, SpaceX. Musk hadn’t responded the first 153 times, but now the world’s richest man has finally responded to the Bulgarian.
That would have lasted a long time
Vladimirov had even been prepared for a long time before receiving an answer. In his tweet, he announced “I will post this every day for a year, or until I get a reply!”
After 154 attempts (almost half a year), Musk finally wrote to her. But the expected approval has a problem. Musk writes:
Loosely translated: “You can steal our name and logos and we probably won’t sue you.” Clear support for the project looks different.
But Vladimirov is excited. Now you want to start or advance your project. But he seems to be a little scared of Musk’s lawyers. As a precaution, he is now announcing that 80 percent of the profits made from the game will go to SpaceX.
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