If you are a fan of Elon Musk’s travel hat and are ever in doubt about what he would say out of his own mouth, or if you know that he is talking about a particular topic, you should check out his Twitter. Just recently, he tweeted, “I flew to Berlin, the German capital. It was my first time in Germany and I was so impressed.
When people hear “fly to Berlin,” they think “Berlin,” so they think “Berlin.” I’ll tell you why. Berlin is not a city, it is a state and it is a country. So it is a city and it is a country. It does not fall under the category of a state.
The reason you think Berlin is not a city is that it is not a city. It is a state and a country. And a state is a territory, which gives it the property of being a state. If you are going to be doing a lot of traveling, you should be aware that there are various kinds of territories, and you should be aware that Berlin, being a state, does not fall under the category of a territory. A territory is a political entity.
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In the same conversation with another commenter, I also noted that there are three different kinds of territories in the world. A territory is the land portion of something like an island (like an island is the land portion of a city). A territory is a territory itself; that is, the land on which it is located. A territory is a land, and if you were to say that Berlin is a territory, it would therefore be true. A territory is a territory.
My own political territory is the United States. I do, however, own an interest in the international territory of Antarctica. I don’t believe I am a part of the territory, but I do believe I am its owner.
Elon Musk is the king of the land portion of a city. He owns a lot of lands.
We’re talking about the land that it’s in.
That’s true. So why is he on Twitter? He’s not. Were talking about his tweets.
The most interesting thing about Elon Musk is that he’s not on Twitter as much as he thinks he is. He thinks he is. I bet he is. Maybe he thinks he is, and maybe he’s not, but I think he’s not. I think he is still hiding under his rock.