This man exploits the stupidity of human beings and the glaring flaws within the varying levels of media funding, trading, and representation for his own personal gain. He exposed Richard Kyanka as the weak and conceited human being that he is, in taking a publicity stunt and making it a completely one-sided display of his own arrogance. He knows his movies are terrible, but that really has nothing to do with his agenda. These things all point to one important fact. He's just a great example of the structural failings in numerous levels of the commercial structure placed around creative media. People should spend less time crying about him and more time learning from him.