Elon Musk's flamethrowers have rhyming, ridiculous terms and conditions

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Of course Elon Musk's joke-turned-real-product flamethrowers (sorry, "not-a-flamethrowers") have the most ridiculous terms and conditions. Thursday morning Musk's tunnel and construction business, The Boring Company, emailed out lawyer-approved terms for anyone who ordered the eccentric billionaire's barely legal idea. Since the not-a-flamethrowers are technically torches that don't actually throw balls of fire they are mostly allowed, but they still produce flames of real, hot heat. SEE ALSO: Elon Musk apparently wasn't joking about a Boring Company flamethrower -- it's here The term sheet was anything but dry. It opened with a rhyming section and continued with self-deprecating jokes and humor about the sold-out $500 devices.