Weeks after he told employees of Twitter to go “hardcore” or go home (because they were fired), new owner Elon Musk has reportedly converted some of the company’s numerous empty offices into bedrooms to facilitate workers’ “hardcore” schedule, the BBC reports.
Photos show a double bed, nightstand, chairs, wardrobes and floor lamps arranged in an office, trying badly to look like a hotel room… a cold, sterile, carpetless, more-impersonal-than-normal hotel room. No television, of course, because it would distract from the “hardcore” coding. Musk has reportedly been staying in one of these cells since he bought Twitter, apparently following the Herschel Walker playbook for raising his 8-10 children.
The residential cells have raised questions with San Francisco authorities who have suggested it violates a number of zoning, safety, labor and decorating regulations and norms. Of course, Musk’s newly-found rightwing troll army will say the “librul” San Francisco is pickin’ on Elon ’cause he love FREE SPEACH [sic] and libs hate FREE SPEACH. But it really has to do with the fact that the Twitter office is zone for neither residential or hotel use.