Thursday, December 28, 2023

We Are Doomed...

I have no words. But that is what we have to choose from today--a walking corpse and a narcissist. 

Donald Trump has rejected a claim by movie director Chris Columbus that he “bullied” his way into his brief appearance in the 1992 hit movie ‘Home Alone 2: Lost in New York.’ He argued that the scene with him helped to make the iconic Christmas film a success. Writing on his Truth Social platform on Wednesday, Trump insisted that the sequel producers at the time were “begging me to make a cameo appearance.” In the film, a sequel to the 1990 classic ‘Home Alone,’ Trump is briefly seen speaking to central character Kevin McAllister in a scene, who was played by the then-eleven-year-old Macaulay Culkin. “They rented the Plaza hotel in New York, which I owned at the time,” Trump wrote. “I was very busy, and didn’t want to do it. They were very nice, but above all, persistent.” But once an agreement was struck, “that little cameo took off like a rocket and the movie was a big success,” he stated.

Not only Trump was the first man in space and the inventor of a diesel engine, not to mention his contribution to finding cure for cancer, he also played a crucial role in developing American cinematography. Recall another Trump-driven success of Back to the Future. Latest study of Trump's life revealed that he also was the producer of Pink Floyd's The Dark Side of the Moon, but due to his natural humbleness decided to give credit to his aid Alan Parsons. What a man!

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