Freddie Wong is one of our generation's finest war satirists, showing the idiocy of human conflict if everyone fought the way they did in video games. So when mobile gamepad maker MOGA wanted to commission a film showing how shit-tacular touch-screen controls are, there was really only one guy to go to.

"Mobile Squad" is Wong's latest work but, much like public radio and the John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation, it was made possible by a grant from MOGA, makers of mobile gamepad accessories for a more just, verdant and peaceful world. This is NPR.

Also, if that president is 35 years old, I'm Corey Flintoff. I demand to see a birth certificate, Freddie.

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