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I Met Elon Musk (funny story - "No Small Talk")
He is my favorite superhero. I don't think many people get to meet their hero, but I got to spend 45 min in a car with him. I actually picked him up at the airport once. He flew in on his own SpaceX plane, of course. He was like "No small talk." He was like, I am busy thinking about big things. Don't bother me with little things. When he finally looked up from his phone and said something, I told him he was late for his talk. Nobody cared. We were a bunch of student space nerds. We were all big fans. He is actually very soft spoken, just like on TV.
They chose me to pick him up, because it was a student production, and I was the most advanced. I was the lead of the Cubesat program, which was a small student satellite that we were building. I remember him doing the math. His launches were cheap at $6M, but the going rate for Cubesats was $40k. He was like, there is no market for that, but they were doing it for educational reasons. I was like, Sorry, I am the best they got. At least you know what a Cubesat is :) I think it is great that he finds time to do things like that. We were just a bunch of kids. We had nothing to offer, but enthusiasm. Maybe, if he reads this, then I can get a job at Tesla. Rocket Science is getting to be too easy.
I wonder if he would be willing to donate a Tesla. We could raise money and give it away for charity.