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Elon Musk shows off his bedside table

Elon Musk, 51, took to Twitter on Monday to share photos of what he described as his

Elon Musk shows off his bedside table – littered with empty caffeine-free Diet Coke cans, a replica George Washington gun, a prop gun and a Buddhist amulet

  • Elon Musk posted a photo of his bedside table on Monday, showing it littered with empty caffeine-free Diet Coke cans and propeller guns
  • A replica of George Washington’s flintlock pistol, lying in a wooden box with the open lid displaying the famous painting of Washington crossing the Delaware
  • He also had a cosplay gun inspired by the Diamond Back .357 revolver in the Deus Ex: Human Revolution video game.
  • There was also a Buddhist amulet known as Vajra Dorje, used for meditation
  • Rings of condensation from empty bottles could be seen on the bedside table, and Musk wrote: ‘There is no excuse for my lack of coasters’

Elon Musk took to Twitter on Monday to show off what his bedside table looks like just weeks after taking over the social media company.

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The 51-year-old billionaire posted the picture of his bedside table on Monday, without context, showing it littered with empty caffeine-free Diet Coke cans and a half-drunk bottle of water.

On the edge was a replica of George Washington’s flintlock pistol, lying in a wooden box whose open lid displayed the famous painting of Washington crossing the Delaware.

He also had a cosplay gun modeled after the Diamond Back .357 revolver in the Deus Ex: Human Revolution video game, and what appears to be a Buddhist amulet known as the Vajra Dorje, used for meditation.

Rings of condensation from empty bottles could be seen on the bedside table, and Musk wrote, “There is no excuse for my lack of coasters.”

It came just a day after the world’s richest man shared data showing hate speech on Twitter has declined since his $44 billion takeover.

Figures from counter-reports claiming hate language increased following Musk’s take on the company.

His 'bedside table' was littered with a cosplay gun, cans of caffeine-free Diet Coke and a replica of George Washington's gun, in a holster displaying the famous painting of the first president crossing the Delaware River

His ‘bedside table’ was littered with a cosplay gun, cans of caffeine-free Diet Coke and a replica of George Washington’s gun, in a holster displaying the famous painting of the first president crossing the Delaware River

Musk shared slides over the weekend showing that between October 17 and November 13, hate speech impressions on Twitter are lower.

The CEO also reported that new user registrations were at an all-time high, averaging more than two million per day over the past week.

These numbers stand in direct contrast to previous reports suggesting hate speech increased after Musk took over the social media giant.

In the week beginning Oct. 31, the first full week under Musk’s ownership, the Center for Countering Digital Hate claimed the use of racist, homophobic, transphobic and anti-Semitic slurs increased dramatically after he took office. October 27.

It found 26,228 tweets and retweets mentioning the n****r racist slur, triple the 2022 average.

Nearly 34,000 tweets and retweets also mentioned the slur t****y, up 53% from the 2022 average.

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And the slur f****t rose 39% with 21,903 tweets and retweets, while 2,598 tweets and retweets mentioned the slur k**e, up 23% from the 2022 average.

Over 1,200 tweets and retweets mentioning the slur w*g, up 62%, while 935 tweets and retweets mentioning the slur s**c, up 67% from the 2022 average.

The center said figures show the volume of hateful tweets has increased – despite claims by Twitter’s head of trust and safety, Yoel Roth, that the company has managed to reduce the number of times hate speech of hate were seen on Twitter search and trends. page.

Slides posted to Musk's Twitter page over the weekend show that between October 17 and November 13, hate speech impressions are lower, contradicting previous reports.

Slides posted to Musk’s Twitter page over the weekend show that between October 17 and November 13, hate speech impressions are lower, contradicting previous reports.

Musk also reported that new user registrations were at an all-time high, averaging more than 2 million per day over the past seven days.

Musk also reported that new user registrations were at an all-time high, averaging more than 2 million per day over the past seven days.

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