The Daily Populous

Thursday December 15th, 2022 morning edition

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Tesla (TSLA) investors are growing tired of Elon Musk's Twitter fiasco.

Shares are down again Wednesday, by 3.4% to 155.38. That's shredding a jaw-dropping amount of wealth for Tesla investors.

The value of Tesla is down $339 billion from the Twitter deal's approval and $206 billion from the close.

Investors worry that Musk is so infatuated with Twitter, he's not minding Tesla.

Investors owning shares of Tesla, now down more than 50% this year, are vocally expressing displeasure.

As the largest shareholder with 14.1% of the company, he's personally lost $47.9 billion from the time the Twitter deal closed.

What will Musk's infatuation with Twitter ultimately cost Tesla investors?. »

Ukraine's Zelensky Urges "Complete Isolation" Of Russia In 2024 Olympic Games

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Ukraine president Volodymyr Zelensky said Wednesday Russian athletes should face "complete isolation" and not be welcomed back at the 2024 Olympic Games.

Zelensky told International Olympic Committee (IOC) president Thomas Bach that he strongly opposed moves by the U.S. Olympic and Paralympic Committee to allow athletes from Russia and Belarus to compete at the 2024 Paris Games provided they do not participate under their countries' colours or flags.

Zelensky told Bach he was disappointed with the presence of the president of the Russian Olympic Committee at the IOC summit on November 9. »

GOP Texas attorney general’s office allegedly demanded a list of trans people in the state

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The DPS ended up not providing the list but wouldn’t tell the Post which official from Paxton’s office requested the data.

His office requested it a month after the state supreme court ruled that he couldn’t investigate families for “child abuse” for providing gender-affirming healthcare to their trans children.

The story is concerning amid Paxton and Gov. Greg Abbott’s (R) larger campaign against trans individuals in the state. »

Naughty Dog’s Next Game Is Reportedly The Last of Us Part 3

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According to this source, Neil Druckmann is currently working on The Last of Us Part 3 which is in production at Naughty Dog.

We already know that one of the projects that are currently in development at Naughty Dog is a multiplayer faction standalone release.

The first game was remade for the PS5 and it is also set to launch on the PC in March 2023. »

The Indiana law that lets citizens shoot cops

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Police officers in Indiana are speaking out against a new law that gives citizens the right to use deadly force to protect themselves against a public servant who oversteps his authority.

Tim Downs, president of the Indiana State Fraternal Order of Police, says the law (signed in March by Gov. Mitch Daniels, but only now getting national attention) might give people the impression that they can shoot police with impunity.

They say it's wholly unnecessary, as Indiana was not exactly being marauded by rogue cops. »