As you read this, consider all of the creatures which walk or swarm or crawl on the land or fly in the air or burrow beneath the soil or swim in the rivers and seas.
And then consider, of all of the living things currently drawing breath on planet Earth, which among them would sound the most pulverizingly ludicrous with this coming out of it's mouth-hole:
I just know egos, folks. I studied 'em, political, performer, professional, insensitive, insecure. I know egos, and I'm just telling you that Richard Sherman is lost in himself...Anyway, so he gets caught up in that, and I made an analogy: "You know people like this. You know people who are so lost in their egos that they think that everybody's thinking about them all day and all the time."I used, as an example, Obama as a large-ego type person who I'm sure probably sits around in private thinking of himself. You know, I love asking people a question, and I've been asking people this question of successful people for 30 years. I asked George Will once when I interviewed him. ... I said, "When the family's gone to bed, you're the only one up, it's late at night, and most of the lights are off and you're sitting around doing whatever you're doing, do you reflect?"Do you ever stop to reflect on what you mean to so many people and how much influence you have over so many people?" He looked at me, cocked his head, and said, "No, I'm thinking about what I have to do tomorrow. I'm not sitting around thinking about my influence on people." I've asked a lot of people that question, and every one of the profoundly successful people I've asked that question say the same thing (to one degree or another) that George Will said."No, I'm not thinking about me."But there are people like that, and I just think Obama's probably one of them. I not even "think" it; I know it. He has to be...
It's this guy:
Because of course it is.