After inventing the future, Nikola Tesla determined that he needed to abandon celibacy and find a companion. To that end, Tesla sought advice from Jimi Hendrix.
“Women did not notice me until I took up the guitar,” Hendrix noted.
“Are you suggesting I should learn to play the guitar?” asked Tesla.
“Absolutely. I can teach you a few cords and some flowing riffs.”
“It has to be an electric guitar,” insisted Tesla.
“You came to the right place, baby.”
A few days after this conversation, Nikola stopped by to visit with Jimi Hendrix again. Tesla held in his hand a new electric guitar.
“Are you ready for your lessons?” Jimi asked.
“Yes. But watch this.” Without plugging the guitar into an amp, Tesla struck a loud cord and belted out in a high, raspy voice: “We’re on the highway to hell…”
“Is that what I think it is?”
“Yes,” answered Tesla. “Bon Scott is in the same apartment building as me. How can I go wrong with AC-DC?”