Thoughts & Reactions: Jet.com billionaire former founder Marc Lore is quitting Walmart to build his "city of the future": "Imagine a city with the vibrancy, diversity & culture of New York City combined with the efficiency, safety & innovation of Tokyo & the sustainability, governance, & social services of Sweden"www.vox.com
dude, you're so right. Like I mean, e mean, he got $4 billion from jet dot com, which is a ton of money. But, I mean, honestly, if Jeff Bezos said he was doing this for Ellen, you know, pushing $100 billion worth of funds and let alone they're not gonna put all in line E. I mean, I don't even know if Jeff Bezos and Elon must said this is our life's work together. Would have enough money to put something together at this scale. Maybe maybe you start getting that point because now you start to get some fundraising involved as well. And you're talking about few $100 billion to make this happen. But still, um, the amount of work and coordination is really, you know, at a nation state level of revenue required and then the top looks a lot like, Where do you build this? Do you do in the United States? Well, okay. All this, like governance and social services of Sweden, is not gonna happen. We're gonna build this in Sweden was like, Okay, well, now you're not gonna necessarily get the the economy in the capital like so you have this problem Where, Like, where do you actually build this? Unless someone is willing to literally sell you an island and you can build the infrastructure and make that exciting and connecting and all that stuff could by Hong Kong, maybe is an example. Maybe, but dude like this really reeks of this A like, you know, they kid in middle school running for the state of the class president. So I'm gonna put soda in the water, the water fountains like Okay, great. Like. And I'm gonna do with the budget of, like, the $23 my grandma gave me for Christmas. How the hell does this happen? But yes, I would love to see it happen.