Did Elon Musk grow up?

When Tesla Inc. (TSLA) announced earnings last week, the company was praised after Musk apologized to analysts for his behavior on the first-quarter earnings call. 

But, of course, all good things must come to an end.

Over the weekend, Musk took to Twitter to troll the non-believers

Musk tweeted a satirical clip from the movie "Downfall." The movie, which is in German, and focuses on Adolf Hitler's final days, had the subtitles rewritten so that Hitler comes off as a short-seller.

Dang, turns out even Hitler was shorting Tesla stock … https://t.co/RLM1VQ5O3K

— Elon Musk (@elonmusk) August 5, 2018

This tweet comes after Musk offered to send David Einhorn, president of Greenlight Capital, a box of short-short because Einhorn said that he wasn't renewing his Tesla lease. 

Tragic. Will send Einhorn a box of short shorts to comfort him through this difficult time.

— Elon Musk (@elonmusk) August 1, 2018

The logic being, of course, that Einhorn's company shorts Tesla. Get it?

Midday and toward the close, Tesla was down slightly, at $347.75 off 42 cents.

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