some news out of Japan,
which is currently recovering
from last week'sdevastating typhoon, Lionrock.
And right away, people,uh, let's agree on something,
don't give a storm a namelike Lionrock,
because then you knowit's gonna be bad. Yeah.
The storm is gonna feelthe pressure to perform.
The typhoon is like,"What's my name?
"The coolest animaland the loudest music?
Oh, (bleep), I better bring it!"
America's already figuredthat out, you know?
With American storms,they give them simple names.
Just like... The storm's like,"Yeah, what's my name?!"
"Eh, well, (bleep) it.Whatever."
So, uh... so Lionrock left Japanwith a lot of flooding.
And, of course, one oftheir top government officials
was sent to inspect the damage,which is great,
until he came to a puddleand asked a junior colleague
to give him a piggyback rideacross the puddle.
Look how much fun he's having!
He's just like, "Whee...!"
This is why you don't take molly
before touring a disaster area,my friends.
And this real... this really is,uh, disaster relief,
when you think about it.What brings more joy
and more relief than a grown man
wearing another grown manlike a giggling backpack?
Yeah. And people are like,"Storms are serious, Trevor,
you know?" But just imagine,just imagine
after Hurricane Sandyhow much joy you would have felt
if instead of Chris Christieshaking hands with Barack Obama,
he'd ridden himlike a horsey around town?
People would have enjoyed thatso much. So much.