Elon Musk delivers first 1000 flamethrowers, value rockets on eBay

And yes, for legal purposes, Musk had to rename his flamethrower to "Not a Flamethrower".

After Musk sold 20,000 of his company's flamethrowers, it was announced that The Boring Company would be holding special pick up parties for their excited customers, as ABC7 reports.

The devices, priced at United States dollars 500 (approximately Rs 33,700) apiece, are being marketed and sold through Musk's other company, The Boring Company, which was set up in order to set up a subterranean transit network under Los Angeles to beat the city's endless traffic.

While it may seem like just fun and games to some, people are already burning things down that should probably be avoided, and using the for-sure flamethrowers in ways that violate the terms of their purchase.

'For simple & concise instructions, we drew upon wisdom in great Dr Seuss book "Green Eggs and Ham"'.

In an unsurprising, yet unfortunate turn of events, Musk was blocked from shipping the Boring Company Flamethrower in February when customs agencies point blank refused to deliver a device with such a volatile name.

Ahead of the original launch of the gun, he said: 'When the zombie apocalypse happens, you'll be glad you bought a flamethrower.

Now Elon Musk has completed his hottest project ever with the release of a super-dangerous new flamethrower. "Works against hordes of the undead or your money back!"

'Will offer a TBC ice blaster before the dry season starts in winter, ' Musk tweeted.

"I love fire", a 28-year-old tech company owner told The Guardian after picking up his new flamethrower in a rectangular white box at SpaceX. "Definitely don't buy one", Musk tweeted in January.

According to the company, the privately-funded tunnel would be able to transport cars at 150 miles per hour (240 kph) to help with LA's "soul-destroying" congestion.

Musk replied to him: "We don't think our product will be the cause of any wildfires, but The Boring Company is donating $10k".

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