This week’s “hero” goes to Pretoria born-and-raised Elon Musk.
Musk’s SpaceX successfully launched his most powerful rocket ever last week.
The 23-story-tall “Falcon Heavy” is another milestone for one of the smartest humans alive.
Rice calls the successful launch – and the tons of coverage it received – an “unmatched stroke of genius”.
This week’s “zero” goes to “Debt Rescue”.
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Elon Musk, doing Richard Branson on steroids!— Bruce Whitfield
He clearly is a very natural publicity seeker… He spots an opportunity, and goes for it in spades!— Andy Rice
The playing of David Bowie… was perfect…— Andy Rice
You pay the same price for running a good ad than running a bad ad. So, why run a bad one?— Andy Rice
It’s shortcut advertising!— Andy Rice
Stop making ads that look like ads!— Andy Rice
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