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But the honey badger rules -- crossing the 5 million view mark since uploading in mid January. Glee's Sue Sylvester referenced the "honey badger" in the latest episode ... it's a clinic in being badass that you can pair with a Merlot. Tell me how you came up with the idea of narrating these videos of animals. I think we get caught up in everything being so cute and friendly. I think it goes back to society's obsession with nasty lil' things. It's the reason those Real Housewives shows do so well. Then, I sprinkled my narration magic dust on it and I think it resonates so well because of the combination of that footage with my narration. You know, most wildlife narrators sugarcoat things. So I think people enjoy the "realness" of the video and ultimately, the honey badger itself.

So I wrote Randall and he asked me to send questions to Christopher Gordon, a comedian, actor, writer and rapper. Well, my papa was an assistant cameraman on Marlon Perkins' Mutual of Omaha's Wild Kingdom, and later, promoted to cameraman-cameraman. You seem particularly interested in vicious animals ... Everything's just sort of supposed to be okay and part of nature, but it's like, wait--nature is f***ing scary as s**t! I mean, I watched the footage a few times and every time, it just grossed me out.

Apologizing that Melania couldn’t join him when she’s standing right next to him. I think, like many women of color I know, I felt confused and a bit angered by the optics of the Women’s March, so writing the piece on the tension between women of color feminists and white women feminists in this moment was incredibly therapeutic.

Intellectually, I wanted to have an uncomplicated connection to the Women’s March, to the largely white crowds of women marching. Contending with those feelings was really important to my mental health.

  Everything's just sort of supposed to be okay and part of nature, but it's like, wait--nature is f***ing scary as s**t!   I mean, I watched the footage a few times and every time, it just grossed me out. Randall's reaction: "..you really feel the need 2 'unsubscribe' 'cause I made a vid 4 a service I believe in-go ahead! " ---- I may have just interviewed a fictional character. Because that character, Randall from Randall's Wild Wild World of Animals, created one of the funniest videos on You Tube I have ever seen. Randall narrates over footage from National Geographic portraying the most ridiculously fearless animal on earth. For instance, that honey badger clip was sent to my assistant by a friend of his. How come I never heard of this crazy lil' beast, in all my years of loving animals? I mean, there's someone who just took what he wanted and didn't give a s**t. I-I'd be awful scared, but would calmly roll on the ground, get up and run backwards 50 yards, while covering my neck.

It's interesting to see the reaction to the video, including some claims of sell-out. Randall narrates over footage from National Geographic portraying the most ridiculously fearless animal on earth.   The two of them would just make all these wild videos with friends of theirs and I was off doing my own thing.

I’ve not been to so many rallies and protests since the late 1980s and 1990s.

Well, one thing for me is that I had a full-time job last year where I had to be circumspect about expressing my political beliefs.

  So, growing up, I got into the habit of narrating everything: trips to the zoo, the animals at the zoo, my pop's footage, everything. You seem particularly interested in vicious animals ...   I think it must have something to do with our fascination of shocking viciousness--both in humans and animals.   Just think, if Kermit weren't on The Muppet Show, he might've been some bullfrog's lunch! Why do you think the honey badger has resonated so well with people?   That wonderful Nat Geo footage perfectly paints this, wild  painting of the honey badger; it is so well-edited, in fact, we left it as is.   I believe this is what one does when unexpectedly meeting a Cobra...right?   Maybe I'd pretend I was playing a flute and whistle at it? Then he switches to pitch for Grasshopper, a virtual phone system. I've always loved buffalo, but just don't know, simply, if I could ever be one... I have to impersonate people when I go to a drive-through for example. I get him to do so much work for me because he knows he owes me one--it's as stupid as that!

  I started all that craziness at around seven?   I think we get caught up in everything being so cute and friendly. I think it goes back to society's obsession with nasty lil' things. It's the reason those Real Housewives shows do so well.   Then, I sprinkled my narration magic dust on it and I think it resonates so well because of the combination of that footage with my narration.   You know, most wildlife narrators sugarcoat things.   So I think people enjoy the "realness" of the video and ultimately, the honey badger itself. It's interesting to see the reaction to the video, including some claims of sell-out. The things they do and their gross diets, are just what makes them "vicious." But, I think you'll find these animals, deep down, still need their mamas like we do; they need food and oxygen just like us. To me, there's no dif between any of these vicious animals and say Bernie Madoff. I think I may have to go with a "whale." At least I'd be able to sing all day and remain a mammal! x-id=ca7dd4db-6552-48b7-84a5-8c0518fbfb50" alt="" / How has your life changed since you posted that video -- does 5.2 million views on You Tube make things better or worse? Sometimes, I'll forget what I've done and when I get to the window, I say, "thank you, doll," and they're all, "Randall? " Yeah, when I'm out with pals, I'll usually have them do all the talkin'.

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