A young boy stands on the beaches of Los Angeles and Waikiki commanding the WAVES to do his bidding. "You heard me, ladies! I'll be your commanding officer."
"Excuse me?" asks the men each time from behind, as if on cue. "I thought you were talking about the ocean waves you plan to conquer in school."
"I was, and changed gears; try to keep up!"
"I'm a Hollywood producer. Do you need representation?"
"I'm sorry, but I'm on an important mission right now. Can you look me up in twenty years by the codename
Handler: "Kevin, that's enough! Let's go now."
Me: "Who are you?"
Handler: "You see your parents over there? Go to them now."
The waves suddenly recede into the ocean, so the boy shouts "Tsunami!" and starts fleeing inland when everyone begins to target him trying to trip, tromp, trample, and Trump him to death disbelieving anything he says even when showing the science of what's happening to the Idiocracy blocking his way at every twist and turn until he finally finds higher ground and prays it's safe to rest. The waves roll in, everyone left behind is washed out to sea, and from the depths of the flotsam and jetsam debris he hears
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"21 Chump Street"  by Lin-Manuel Miranda known for his musicals In the Heights (2005) and Hamilton (2015) among others is a 14-minute musical presented by the Brooklyn Academy of Music about drug sting arrests made in May 2011 at a Palm Beach County Florida high school, "possibly the shortest cast-album recording in Broadway history."
Undercover "D-minus" Drug Sting Results In S. Fla. Student Arrests, CBS Miami, 10 May 2011