Monday, September 19, 2016

Keep On Truckin' Black Pussy

I just got back from this venue.  The band known as Black Pussy quite thoroughly rocked the house tonight at Cloud 9.

I'm blogging about this because of the controversy surrounding this band.  I'll elaborate on that here for the benefit of anyone who doesn't know.  You see, they were originally supposed to perform at a bar called The Exchange.  However, the management there had second thoughts about and made the following statement about it:

Yep, they actually said that.  In a truly free society,  NOTHING supersedes anybody's artistic freedom ESPECIALLY someone or some group's objection to that artistry.  The Exchange really dropped the ball with their attempt at virtue signalling and their sudden puritanical attitude.  Thankfully, Cloud 9 has the open mind to pick up that fumbled ball and do the decent thing.
But they're not the only ones who have strong objections to the band's name.  Here's Black Pussy's lead singer Dustin Hill defending the band's name to a crowd of angry people.

Ok, no.  This is not appropriation.  Black women did not en masse go to the "Cultural Patent Office" and all chip in to pay for trademarking their genitals.  The band's members Dustin Hill, Adam Pike, Ryan Mcintire,  and Chief O'Dell have every right to call themselves Black Pussy.
According to legend, the band got their name from a Rolling Stones song.  The song Brown Sugar was originally going to be called "Black Pussy".  Then someone in a suit at the record company considered that to be too much, so Mick and the boys had to change it to the more mentally digestible Brown Sugar.  It looks as though naming their band Black Pussy was their way of both correcting that bit of unfortunate bit of censorship from the past and firmly establishing that they will not be censored either.  If anyone tells Black Pussy to change their name to "something less provocative that my grandchildren can enjoy" they will of course respond to that with a resounding NOOOOOOOOO followed by the displaying of 1 out of 5 fingers, the gluteal muscles, and several minutes of pantomiming the more intricate positions of the Kama Sutra.

For anyone who's coming here to say "oh well you're not black or a woman so of course you're not offended blah blah chu chu", none of that matters.  If, say, for equality's sake, there was a gangsta rap group that "appropriated" white culture by calling themselves "Droopy Little White Penises That Just Came Out Of The Pool", I would be more than fine with that.

It's dope, dog. For all the shizilz.

So to anyone who, after reading this, STILL has a conscientious objection to this band's name you are beneath contempt and should really just stop experiencing art in any form altogether because your brain is obviously not developed enough to handle it.

For those of you good people who are capable of appreciating art in any form (like music as an example) then I have embedded a Black Pussy performance below.  Enjoy them in all of their glory.

Tuesday, March 8, 2016

I ain't 'fraid o' no Ghostbusters trailer

So this trailer was released recently...

...and thousands (possibly millions) of people went beyond apeshit over it.  If there was an outdoor concert like Woodstock or Coachella just for apes and there was only one porta-john and all the concession stands only sold bran muffins and prunes, that's the equivalent to the amount of apeshit people threw when they saw this thing.

People like this guy...

Don't mind him.  He's just trying to be the Bill O'Reilly of Canada (as if we need that).

I personally find all of the backlash to this trailer ridiculous.  It amazes me that so many people can tell what the entire movie is all about just from the few second clips they've seen.  They don't need to actually see the movie.  They all possess this 'magic clairvoyance' that allows them to see into the future.  Or maybe they all took turns using Doc Brown's time travelling car to go to the summer of 2016, see the movie, and then travel back to warn us all.  If that second one is true then why don't they just travel back to the summer of 1984 and see the original Ghostbusters film?  Or just watch their copy on DVD or Blueray or find it on Netflix?  It would save us all a lot of aggravation.

There were two groups of people who really got irked by this movie.  The first being the MRA types (the ones who campaign for men's right).

They felt the entire thing was some sort of "politically correct" attempt to empower women at the expense of men or something like that.  (If someone could enlighten me on their full argument say in the comment section at the end of this blog, I would be grateful.)  
I disagree with their position for a few reasons.  The first reason makes me a bit sick to my stomach to say it and I will feel as though a need a strong chemical bath afterwards.  You have been warned.  Anyway, here it goes...


Political correctness can be fine at certain times but just so long as it's not intrusive. (Ugh! I can taste the bile in my throat already).  I know that sounds contrary to the pro-free speech and egalitarian things I've posted on this blog, my original blog, and in both of my comic books (plus more to come) but hear me out.  I'll use the example of a relatively brand new show called How To Get Away With Murder.

The star of that show is a black woman named Viola Davis.  It could have easily starred a white male, or a white female, or an Asian pony (but not without rubbing peanut butter on her gums first) but they ultimately went with a black female.  It's probably a good bet that a certain amount of 'political correctness' went into making that casting decision.  However, the result of this is simply a talented actress finding steady work and, in this case, getting appropriately awarded for her talents.  That's exactly what would happen if a talented person of any race or gender were hired for this role.  That's called equality.
The times when political correctness gets very intrusive and cancerous is when people either mess with the classics (and in some cases completely suppress them) or vehemently dictate their demands on artists as they're making their creations.  For instance, Pepe Le Pew has been absolutely ravaged by political correctness.  For my full analysis of Pepe Le Pew, please consult this blog post I did many years ago.

Speaking of talented women getting the recognition they deserve, this brings me to the main reason I want to see this film and why I don't share in the disdain for it at all.  I absolutely enjoy all the comedic women starring in this movie.  No, I am not just saying that in an effort to appear like some "empathetic feminist" in an effort to get laid or whatever.  I'm a happily engaged man with a beautiful and amazing Filipina fiancee.  I don't need to do any of that.  I am  genuinely entertained by the very funny women in this movie.
I am definitely NOT one of those people who think that "only men can be comedians".  Anyone who thinks that "only men can" and "only women can't" obviously has no idea how comedy works.  The mostly unwritten rules that people have uncovered and utilized over the centuries can be applied by anyone, not just certain genders or races of people.  One of the great Gilda Radner's many rules for her comedy is to simply "do what the boys are doing".  It's as simple as that.
Of course women performing comedy is not anything new.  Mabel Normand was dazzling people with her comedie del art abilities back when Lucille Ball was still a toddler.

I could go on listing a lot of names of women who have consistently made amusing and hilarious comedic performances throughout history, but this blog post is getting long as it is.  So right now I will just showcase the women starring in this movie and go over why they are worth watching on both big and small screens alike.

Kristen Wiig

I adore the quirky genius she puts into everything she does.  Like all great comedic performers, she's not afraid to look crazy.  When I first saw her in a sketch on Saturday Night Live back in about 2006 my immediate thought was "why wasn't she hired sooner?"  It almost felt like Jack Nicholson's character in The Shining a little bit, in that in a way 'she has always been at SNL and will always continue to be at SNL in either body or spirit'.  It's no wonder that her screenplay for Bridesmaids was nominated for an Oscar.  If I had my way, she would get all of the awards.  I am very enthusiastic about seeing her contribution to this new Ghostbusters movie.

Melissa McCarthy

She pretty much rocketed to stardom with her performance in Bridesmaids.  If you saw her performance in that you can easily understand why.  Like Wiig, McCarthy is also a fearless performer who willfully does whatever the scene requires.  No, I'm not just talking about the 'diarrhea in the sink scene', I'm talking about the whole movie.  Whether it was hitting on a guy in an airplane bathroom or giving Wiig's character the literal bite in the ass she needed, McCarthy just nailed every line from every scene she did adding more personality than anyone could have thought possible.  Even in movies she was in afterwards that didn't have stellar scripts or competent direction or whatever, she still does an excellent job that worth watching.  I'm looking forward to seeing her bring those same abilities to this movie.

Kate McKinnon

When I first saw her on SNL in the Spring of 2012, I felt rather sorry for her.  For one thing, when she was hired she was advertised as "Saturday Night Live's first lesbian cast member".  That is such a huge weight to thrust upon anyone's shoulders.  She was pretty much forced to represent the entire LGBT community AND put up with the stigma of "oh she's just a token so she obviously wasn't hired for her talent".  So poor Kate was practically forced to work 10 times harder than anyone else since her first sketch.  Her first two shows (which were the last two shows of that season) were harrowing indeed.  I think she was feeling that pressure.  I was even afraid she wouldn't last.  But, thankfully for herself and the whole entertainment industry, she didn't let that get her down and continued to persevere.  Now, not only is she still a valued cast member that many people love to watch every week, she's received Emmy nominations for her work on SNL two years in a row.  Just her Justin Bieber impression by itself has given her this well deserved attention.  If her performance in this movie is even a quarter as good as her Bieber, she will be so much fun to watch come this summer.

Leslie Jones

At this point I'll bring up the other despicable group of assholes that spat their bile all over this movie trailer.  It's those GODDAMN SHEEP-FUCKING SHIT-LICKING ISIS-SUCKING VOMIT-EATING DANGLING SCROTAL PUSTULES also known as SJW's!!!


This is where the online critique of this trailer gets really bizarre.  The same people that initially praised it as "female empowerment" later condemned it for racism because of what they saw of Leslie Jones' performance.
NO!  Fuck you, assholes.  Leslie is not some Stepin Fetchit you can throw under a bus.  She is letting her feelings out through her comedy without holding back and is always hilarious.  If you're too fucking dense to see that then you can just turn around and take a nice long walk into the ocean.  You can attempt to spread your censorious ass-hattery to any passing hammerhead shark and see what happens to you.
I will always be in Leslie Jones' corner.  Like many people, I was blown away by her first Weekend Update rant on SNL.

She rattled everyone's cage with that one.  Afterwards on Twitter, she defended her rant against SJWs like a bear with ninja training and The Force defends her asthmatic autistic cub.  She is an unstoppable ball of comedic fire.  So, for that reason, I will always be in her corner whether she wants me there or not.  Also, I am emphatically looking forward to the verbal dynamite she will unleash on everyone in that movie.  That is going to be a rollercoaster of awesomeness!!!

 Yeah, I guess I can end this post here.  I'll just make one last plea for all of this movie's detractors to please pull the massive sticks out of your asses and let this movie either fly or crash on its own merits.  Forget your stifling narrow-minded agenda and just let the movie be what it is.  At the very least see the entire thing before you conclude whether it sucks or not.

To get everybody in a movie watching mood, I'll post the original Ghostbusters theme song.  Enjoy everyone!  See you at the movies!

Tuesday, February 9, 2016

Defending 3 movies

Indulge me while I play a white knight of sorts for just a bit.

I am a consumer of movies and have been for pretty much my whole life.  When I was a toddler my dad was a theatre manager and a film enthusiast himself.  Since then I've tried to watch as much movies and TV shows as I can from any and all time periods.  My VHS and DVD collection easily weighs more than I do.  So, I think it's easy for me to say that I've seen my share of turkeys and masterpieces and I hope to see many many more before I leave this earthly plane about 200 years from now.
However, while many poorly conceived movies deserve the low "splatty tomato" rating they get, there are some that get misplaced anger towards them for dubious reasons.  Although in many of these cases I'd say the reasons for the vitriol is bruised egos of sorts.
It is at this point that I will start making my triple feature movie review.  Here are 3 movies that I think got unfair criticism in 2015:

The Ridiculous 6

I feel obliged to talk about this one since I defended it last April when the walkout incident happened.  As you may recall, that mini-exodus happened because some of the natives playing extras in the film had some problems with the few isolated jokes they saw.  They, and the media covering this story, declared the movie to be maliciously racist and should outright be banned forever.  My argument was for people to see the whole movie first before making any judgements like that.  Well, I finally got around to seeing this movie with all the aforementioned jokes in their proper context so it is now that I can finally and effectively talk about it.  So................ here it goes:

Well.................... it's an Adam Sandler movie.  If you're familiar with his work you know what you're in for.  There's a burrow that shoots its diarrhoea everywhere, Tayler Lautner's character talks about having sex with cantaloupes, Vanilla Ice does a bit of hip hop dancing to some 'old time pianie',  Terry Crews plays that 'old time pianie' with his 11th finger so to speak, and Rob Schneider attempts a Mexican dialect that can only be described as "Schneider-esque".  Basically, you know going in that it's going to be a delicate balance of stupid and fun always teetering towards plain old stupid.  In that vein, the Happy Madison crew do not disappoint, in that they please the fans they have and merely disappoint the ones who are already disappointed.
Thankfully, there are some clever bits in the film that help it rise above the stupidity Sandler and his crew tend to wallow in.  One such bit is when the 6 meet Abner Doubleday (played by the always brilliant John Turturro) as he's developing a game with some Chinese migrants that will later become baseball.  According to this hilarious sequence, the rules of the game come about because Doubleday is a pompous lunatic who must have things his own way.  Turturro's performance makes it work so well.
Another bit I found to be pretty clever was the back story of Luke Wilson's character.  Apparently he became an outlaw after he did a botched up job of being Abe Lincoln's body guard at Ford's theatre.  Not only did he leave to use the bathroom, he lead John Wilkes Boothe right to him.  "Hey, do want to meet the president? He's sitting right there!"  I found that rather amusing.  Bravo for the Happy Madison crew for attempting something in a high brow vein for a refreshing change.

Of course, the elephant spirit guide in the room is, how are the Apache Indians portrayed?  In an interview, Mr. Sandler declared that this movie is pro-Indian.  Based on what I saw in the movie, it certainly looks like he went in that direction.  Whether he succeeded enough to appease any nay-sayers is open to opinion.  Sandler's character is White Knife, a white man who was adopted and raised by Indians so he pretty much looks and acts like them (at least within the narrative of this story).  The opening scene is of a small general store with signs that say "No Injuns Allowed".  As you may have guessed, the shop-keep is a googli-eyed racist willing to shoot any Indian on site.  However, White Knife is highly skilled with the white knives that he carries and easily outwits the shop-keep as well as the filthy outlaws harassing his Apache fiancee outside.  Then, back at the Apache camp, the Indians are not portrayed as savage imbeciles either.  It may not be a 100% perfect portrayal as many, especially actual Natives, would like to see, but it is a much better portrayal than what has been done and what many of your more uptight SJW types thought this would be.  So to all those who made any complaints about this movie in any way, I say just relax and let people have a good time with this.  Nobody died because of this movie and I doubt it will resurrect any colonial genocide or the Trail of Tears again, so what's the problem?
One big criticism I do have about this movie is that Sandler makes his character into such a Mary Sue type that it almost gets to the point of nauseating.  He basically props himself up to be the perfect hero who always does the right thing and can't be harmed in any way.  It's the kind of character a bullied 10 year old creates when he finally has some alone time in his bedroom.  Likewise, every other character is a "dorkly doofus" that he can laugh at or easily conquer.  If Sandler could've stayed away from that kind of pubescent cheese, it would have been a somewhat more intelligent movie.

On to the next movie...


Ok, this movie has gotten nothing but negativity ever since it came out.  Pretty much all the film critics hate it as well as many of the people who saw it.  It's practically a shoe-in to win a Razzie award or two.  But, of course, it's an Adam Sandler movie so you go in expecting the kind of stuff you're used to seeing him produce.  If you like it you're already engaged, if you don't like it you already have the instinct to avoid it.

However, this time around many people eschewed that instinct and went to see it instead.  I'd make a guess that the reason was people were attracted by the sci-fi element of it all.  I mean, giant 8-bit video game characters coming to life and destroying a city!!!!  Who can resist?  It's just like that one Futurama episode but with a much higher budget.
But of course the dark side to attracting this wider audience to the movie is that it drew much more ire than a Happy Madison project usually does.  That's because the sci-fi nerds who mostly steer clear of Sandler's stuff actually went to see it and, big surprise, they didn't like what they saw.  I can kind of see what they didn't like though.  In this movie, Adam Sandler plays a nerdly loser who's played lots of video games in his youth.  Now that he's a grown up he has to use his game playing skills to save the city from the giant Pac Man, Space Invaders, Tetris Blocks, etc.  With his performance (and the entire script), he seems to be trying to appease the nerds but also laughing at the nerds at the same time.  That element is quite evident in that one scene where Josh Gad's character is in mortal danger from one of the pixelated baddies and shouts "I'M GOING TO DIE A VIRGIN!!!"  I don't think the vast majority of the audience appreciated that underlying sentiment too much.
Like I said, I can see why they feel that way, but on the other hand I also say "So what?!"  Most of the animosity being projected here is nothing but what's known as nerd rage really.  Big deal!  Nerds are easily mad at pretty much every movie or TV show they see.  No matter how carefully and/or expertly crafted a show is, hard core nerds will always find something to complain about.  That's almost a main attribute of the way they "enjoy" movies anyway.  I saw this movie after hearing an onslaught of this rage so I thought it would be just an awful cringe-worthy disaster.  But, after I had seen it for myself, it turns out that is was not much different from any other Sandler film.  It was just some dumb goofy fun.  Once again, the raging nerds made a big stinky deal out of not much of anything.

One incredibly great element to this movie that I feel the need to showcase is Peter Dinklage's performance.  I'm serious, watch this movie just for that reason.  He literally steals every scene he's in with just his eyebrows.  It's amazing and mesmerizing to watch.  Whether this movie takes home any Razzies or not, I would like to insist that Peter Dinklage's eyebrows at least get an Oscar nomination for best actor.  Come on, Academy!  An indigenous "eyebrow American" has never won an Oscar before. You'd set an inclusive precedent and look that much more diverse.  Do it I say!

Well, anyway, on to the next and final movie...

Mad Max Fury Road

There's not much need to be defending this one since it's already up for several Oscars including Best Picture.  And why not?  It's easily one of the best action movies I've seen in a long time.  But, as the saying goes, you can't please everybody.  There were a small group of malcontents who were adamant in their displeasure of this movie.  They are a relatively recent phenomenon that call themselves "meninists".  They fight for men's rights or something like that, and, just like NAMBLA, they have skewed facts and figures to back up their philosophy.

Their biggest complaint was that the women in this movie were over-dominating the men in an unfair and unbalanced way.  I didn't want to say anything about that either way until I saw the movie so I could judge for myself.  Well, thanks to a nice long plane trip on Korean Air on my way to a trip in the Philippines, I got my chance to see it.  After seeing it, I can now honestly say I don't know what those guys were talking about.  I saw no evidence of misandry anywhere.
The characters these men-children had a big problem with were the five women used as sex slaves by the villain as well as Charlize Theron's character who rescues them.   They were portrayed as capable of handling themselves and fending off the villain and his henchmen as best they could but I certainly wouldn't call what they were doing "dominating".  Just like Mad Max and every other character in this movie, they were just doing whatever they can to survive in this post-apocolyptic hellscape.  There's no time to be "lady-like" or some damsel awaiting rescue.  In this environment that could be deadly.  Fight or flight are your only options no matter what gender you happen to be.  Hell, one of those ladies even finds a boyfriend AAAAAAAAAAAND feels devastated when that boyfriend dies.  That's pretty much the opposite of misandry.  If this was the man-hating movie the meninists say it is, any one of these women would have abhored his presence and celebrated his death.  But, that didn't happen at all so once again I have to ask, "WHAT'S THE PROBLEM???!!!"  Gawd! These meninists are the opposite side of the same twisted coin as the most rabid feminists.  The same way shrills like Anita Sarkeesian are doing all they can to ruin video games and twitter, so too are meninists trying to ruin stuff like Mad Max here or any other work of art involving strong intelligent women who exercise their freedom of expression.  Did any of these diaper babies give any flack to Beyonce's half time show?  Online or otherwise?

Whatever!  Anyway, that's my rant about the backlash of these movies.  If any of you reading this watched these movies and enjoyed their more appealing elements, good for you.   You're what's right with humanity.  But, to any of you out there who wholeheartedly participated in the negative vibes that encompassed all of these movies, then well I'll just say you're the polar opposite of those other people I mentioned.

Thanks for reading.  See you at the movies.

Saturday, August 8, 2015

Darn Old Trump

I'm sure by now everyone's seen and heard this little clip of Donald Trump responding to Megan Kelly's question at the GOP debates:

Wow! The way he was browbeating her it was like she was a cop kicking in his door and he was a greasy slob wearing nothing but a dirty wife-beater and some even dirtier gitch violently resisting arrest.

Bad boys! Bad boys.... etc.

But besides his egregious defence of his indefensible behaviour, something else he said struck a chord with me.  He actually used the term "political correctness" to both dismiss Kelly's criticism and excuse what he has said.  It absolutely irks me because I hate political correctness as much as the next free thinker in a healthy democracy.  I even created a few monkeys that serve to expose and attack all of this political correctness, or as Seth MacFarlane called it, the "outrage industry".  Trump's remarks here are more of a setback than a help to that cause.  Now more people will associate him with that and say "Hey, if political correctness keeps Trump from talking then I'm all for it."

No! The main purpose of destroying political correctness is so that everyone, not just white males, can speak their minds, create their movies, books, plays or youtube videos without any fear of reprisal.  That absolutely gives everyone the freedom to criticize whatever they wish as well also with no fear, just so long as that incessant criticism doesn't lead to cancellation, the making of a pariah, or even jail time.  Nobody should get the same treatment as rapists and murderers just for saying words or creating art.

For comparison, here are some examples of some gloriously politically incorrect material:

George Carlin - The Seven Words by AlbertinaChavers

Ah, the master himself George Carlin.  He was very vocal about his hatred of political correctness on many occasions.  He hated its pretentious notion that softening the language will somehow soften the content, such as referring to 'death' as 'passing away'.

Sarah Silverman tells Mark Wahlberg to shut up... by ChristOlaf

The great Sarah Silverman! Mad Magazine once referred to her as a "venom-tongued hottie".  I can agree with that.  In this clip she's so raw and out-spoken she even makes Mark Wahlburg cringe.

From Blazing Saddles!  If movie executives saw footage like this in their dailies today, they would be nervously dripping all manner of fluid into many many buckets.

Bigots by Daffyduckandthedinosaur

Here's a sketch that would get so many people in alot of trouble if done today.  They seem to be gleefully defying the very essence of political correctness back when it was still relatively young.

Bugs Bunny - Southern Fried Rabbit (1953 Banned... by DemonPreyer1

 And now here's some wonderfully "incorrect" stuff from Bugs Bunny and Yosemite Sam. It even has a big ol' Confederate flag in it.

What all of those examples have in common is that they all expressed an uncomfortable truth.  It's a truth that's not always attractive, but an avenue must be left open for it to be said.  A society grows richer when all types of ideas are allowed to flow.
This brings me back to Mr. Trump's remarks.  The only truth they revealed is that he is an over-ripe man-child with his head firmly up his ass at all times and is woefully ill-equipped  to handle criticism.  While they are certainly allowed to be spoken in a free society, they are not above ridicule.  His use of the term "politcal correctness" was just an attempt to make himself appear more noble like that examples I cited above (plus many more great examples that I wish I had enough bandwidth to include).  But, his only retaliation in the face of any critiques are childish ad-hominems like "pig" and "slut", etc.  He's not even able to challenge the ideas presented to him by Megan Kelly, Rosie O'Donnell, or anyone else.  He goes right to the name-calling and thinks that's enough.

At this time I'd like to bring up another incident, somewhat involving Donald Trump, that Donald could have used to support his claim of political correctness ruining things.  Does anyone remember a beauty contestant named Carrie Prejean?

She was Miss California back in 2009.  In the question portion of the pageant she was asked about her opinion of same sex marriage.  Her answer included 'marriage is between a man and a woman'.  She was rather abruptly removed from the pageant entirely based on that answer.  That entire situation was wrong.  I'm not referring to her opinion on gay marriage.  I don't agree with it myself but she has every right to that opinion.  The wrong part is that the question should not have been asked, and definitely not asked in that way.  The judge asking that question was fishing for the 'politically correct' answer there and held the attitude of "you'd better say it or else...".  But, in her naivete, she gave her honest answer instead saying what that judge wanted to hear, and she paid a huge price for it.
Donald did come to her defense.  However, he did not site any of the issues I stated here, he simply said "Carrie is extremely beautiful".  Inversely, when Rosie O'Donnell joked about him during that brief time she was on The View, Trump's response was "Rosie is fat and ugly".  That just shows how simply his mind works.  In his mind, any lady he deems 'beautiful' is valuable to him while any lady he does not see in that way is worthless and not worth considering.  A simple philosophy for a simple mind.

I guess my basic message with this blog post is this.  Feel free to enjoy the demented circus that is Donald Trump's candidacy and even indeed his life.  But, for the love of everything sacred (I think there are 2 or 3 things left that are), please do NOT associate him with anything relevant.  And absolutely do NOT associate him with the presidency.  To any ladies reading this, if you are one of the unfortunates who has been called a "dirty pig" by this man, consider it a compliment.  All it means is that you bruised his childish ego enough that he had to immediately pull a word out of his 'insult hat' and possibly even caused his brain to be put to use for once.
Frankly, I'm glad to be associated with all of you courageous women who have stood up to that asshole.

AAAAWWWWWWW!!!  Am I being compared to Donald Trump again.  I'm always put with the worst people.

So, to the American voting public I say, if Trump does indeed become the Republican candidate, or even if he doesn't, please disregard him and anything he says as the childish jabbering that it is.

I'll end this post with Seth Meyers giving Trump the roast he deserves.  Enjoy!