This week, Rice critiqued Elon Musk’s “Tesla” and an outdoor advertiser called “Front Seat”.
Rice gave Tesla a “hero” rating.
Tesla loses breath-taking amounts of money every nanosecond.
Its cars are too expensive for all but the 0.1%.
Yet, everyone and their aunties love the brand, built with news headlines, as opposed to advertising.
Elon Musk knows how to manipulate the media, said Rice.
“Front Seat” gets a “zero”.
For more detail; listen to the interview in the audio below.
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