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After working with older brother Elon Musk to launch tech companies Zip2 and PayPal in the 1990s, entrepreneur Kimbal Musk pivoted to an industry that would change his life: the food industry. Today, Musk's goal is to revolutionize access to local, healthy and unprocessed food through efforts like his casual dining start-up The Kitchen and food education nonprofit organization Big Green.
In a Reddit "Ask Me Anything" session on Tuesday, he brought attention to Big Green's school wellness programs and a new campaign raising money for seeds, plants and supplies for school gardens. On Reddit, he revealed that getting involved with farming and waging war on America's food system turned out to be the perfect move. "Food is my love and when I decided to tie my passion with my purpose, my only choice was food," Musk said. "Best decision of my life."
originally posted by: BotheLumberJack
originally posted by: bigfatfurrytexan
Yeah...the Musks are living in 2118 and were all stuck in 2018
If NASA lightens up, that may change. Technology has been harnessed and it's high time someone else/else's were allowed to play ball besides them.
originally posted by: burgerbuddy
Who names these kids?!