By CCN: Tesla may have a new assistant to the CEO. It would appear on Twitter that Elon Musk, who allegedly steals Rainn Wilson's idea for a quiet, electric leaf blower, just said on the handle "Weird Al". You can not make this stuff up.
Four days after "The Office" star, Wilson made a request for a quiet, electric leaf blower to Elon Musk, the tech billionaire coldly tweeted, like a robot or alien Mars, that Tesla would develop a quiet, electric leaf blower – with no shout out to Dwight Schrute!
̵1; RainnWilson (@rainwilson) April 24, 2019
That's when the follower of "Weird Al" piped in with a tip of The hat to the guy that came up with the idea.
That was a pretty good idea for the CEO of one of the world's most advanced and prolific electrical engineering companies to get straight from the former resident of Electric City. 
Elon Musk Gives Rainn Wilson the Cold Shoulder
Before Rainn could answer "Weird Al's" tweet – "was not this your idea "- Musk jumped in with a seriously cold shoulder to Mr. Wilson, saying:
"It's been suggested by many, externally & internally."
That's ice cold, Elon.
They say you pretty much have to be a psychopath to be that successful in business. 19659002] Well, that's pretty apparent about Elon Musk for stealing Rainn Wilson's idea right in front of everyone on Twitter and not giving him any credit for it. It's so brazen.
Think how out of touch with the reality you'd be.
That guy's got his head spinning around the solar system somewhere.
(No doubt he'd agree that this is literally as well as metaphorically true.
Should This Really Be A Priority, Elon Musk?
Why does Rainn Wilson want a quiet leaf blower anyway?
They're pretty pretty quiet. What is he trying to do? Sneak up a pile of leaves? Do his lawn care at three in the morning? They probably do get up pretty early on Schrute farms, but there's no one to disturb for miles around.
This is not really an Assistant CEO's level suggestion, but maybe there's an opening at Tesla for an assistant to the CEO
This is a fiasco with Rainn Wilson, not getting any credit for his idea, reminds me of the time. Dwight took the blame for Michael's disastrously bad Golden Ticket idea that miraculously turned out to be a huge success:
No wonder Rainn's upset.