If you can say "Your mother was a hamster and your father smelt of elderberry" with a French accent, you are probably eligible to apply for a new job opening with Elon Musk's tunnel digging Boring Company.
"The Boring Company is building a LA tower out of dirt brick and we need a knight to shout insults on people in a French accent," Tesla and SpaceX CEO tweeted on Thursday.
Musk attached to Boring Company's actual job site, which actually shows an opening for the "Watchtower Guard (only 2 days)."
Musk launched The Boring Company in 201[ads1]6 to facilitate traffic jams with a system of high-speed underground shortcuts. The excavated dirt and stone are. Musk announced in September that the company was almost finished with a built from these Boring Bricks.
The watchlist of the music is a reference to the 1975 comedy class Monty Python and Holy Grail, where a French guard blames insults on King Arthur and his crew high on a castle wall. Actor John Cleese played originally, but he is probably not interested in a two-day Boring Company concert.
Musk later tweeted a picture of the spectacular Gravensteen castle in Belgium, saying: "Not much, but it's ours." He succeeded later "Um, it's not our castle. I've just found a picture online."
He says the knight of residence, will be located at the Los Angeles / Hawthorne entrance to .
It would be easy to laugh at Musk's watchdog and watchdog like a joke, but we already know what happened to. So wait Musk to staff his leftover-dirt watchtower with an insulting-hurling French knight. It will probably happen.
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