"Like us, we take antihistamines to make us feel well, not excited, not writhe, not taking the mask out", the prime minister said. "It's towards only one goal".
Payap Maiming, who helped provide food and necessities to rescue workers and journalists, noted that fact.
At an open-air restaurant in Chiang Rai, a group of men sat around the table and watched the news on a television hanging overhead.
"All are safe", they added, signing off with what has become their trademark "Hooyah" to celebrate the successful extractions of the other boys over the previous two days.
But while Narongsak Osatanakorn, the head of the joint command centre co-ordinating the operation, acknowledged Musk's offer he said that the mini submarine would not have been practical for the cave rescue.
The rescue mission to extract the boys and their coach from the cave began early Sunday morning and concluded on Tuesday afternoon, after several voyages into the flooded passage.
All 12 of the boys trapped in a cave in northern Thailand have now been rescued, along with their 25-year-old coach, according to reports in the Mirror.
The boys will now recover in hospital.
His Highness Sheikh Mohamed bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi and Deputy Supreme Commander of the UAE Armed Forces said that he was glad to hear that the rescue operations were successful.
God's Not Dead producer Scott, who runs the company that "strives to be the most trusted family-friendly video-streaming source on the web", also noted in the video that his wife grew up with the Thai ex-SEAL who was killed during the rescue effort. But doctors threw cold water on the idea, saying that the boys are in good shape but going through a slow and careful recovery that will see them stay in hospital for a week.
The complex effort to get the "Wild Boars" out of the Tham Luang cave ended on Tuesday in success after meticulous planning, cooperation and no small amount of luck.