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Elon Musk has revealed that he has been diagnosed with Asperger's Syndrome

We would not say that Elon Musk is very good at making jokes, but he made an effort when he presented Saturday Night Live, making a classic monologue in which he revealed that he has Asperger syndrome. After a cold start where Miley Cyrus sang and SNL members joked with their moms about Mother's Day, the CEO of Tesla and SpaceX took to the stage.

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Musk told the audience that he was the first SNL host with Asperger's Syndrome, "or at least the first to admit it."

Asperger syndrome, or AS, is one of the groups of neurological disorders known as autism spectrum disorders. AS is considered to be at the mild end of the spectrum. According to the CNET Healthline website, people with AS often have difficulty interacting socially, have repetitive behaviors, remain steadfast in their thinking, and focus on rules and routines. Very often, those diagnosed with the disorder have normal or above normal intelligence.

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According to the theme of Mother's Day yesterday, Musk introduced his mother Maye Musk.

"I'm excited about my gift for her Mother's Day"I just hope it's not Dogecoin," Maye Musk told her son.

The billionaire businessman's monologue did not ignore many of the things that made him famous other than his business, joking about making a bunch of marijuana on Joe Rogan's podcast in 2018. One of the most famous jokes created around the name of.

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"Look, I know I sometimes say or post weird things, but that's how my brain works," he said. "If I have offended someone, I just want to say that my business deals with electric cars and I send people to Mars with a rocket. Did you think I was a normal, quiet guy? ”

Source of information: cnet.com

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