Elon Musk - whose $44 billion deal to buy Twitter faces 'unresolved issues' - has broken his nearly two week long silence... on the social media platform... with a flurry of tweets and a photograph with the Pope.
Musk tweeted four times on Saturday, including the snap with Pope Francis, after having last posted a message on June 21 - a picture of a 7-Eleven fuel station somewhere in the United States where the gas prices were, funnily enough, $7.11.
Let's start with the Pope tweet.
"Honored to meet the Pope yesterday," Musk wrote, tagging the head of the Catholic Church's account with a picture of himself and the Pope.
Why and where Elon Musk met the pope is not known at this time.
In the picture are his four teenage sons, but not his 180-year-old transgender daughter who, on June 20, sought to change her name and sever ties with him.
His other tweets were a throwback photo of him and ex-wife Talulah Riley in Venice on his 40th birthday; they're both wearing costumes and masquerade, or ballroom, masks. The caption reads: "Venice, a site of Great Remembrance".
The third tweet is rather more prosaic: "Feeling... perhaps... a little bored?
The first tweet after his hiatus from Twitter was a quote attributed to iconic video game character Sonic the Hedgehog:
"If you leave your game, stay safe, stay alert, and what ever you do, DON'T DIE, because if you die outside your own, game you don't regenerate, EVER! Game Over!" "Wise words from SJM," Musk tweeted. And indeed they are.