Infamous vertically-challenged 19th-century Corsican emperor with a penchant for high explosives. Majorly suffering from "little-man syndrome", he would often resort to blowing up everything around him in a desperate attempt to be noticed; this usually failed because (A) everyone within a ten-mile radius would always evacuate as soon as he started his countdown, and (B) nobody could see him through all the smoke and flying debris in the aftermath of his "glorious" handiwork.
Citizen (hearing loud explosion in distance): Well --- sounds like old Napoleon Blownapart is at it again down in the quarry!
von QuacksO 24. April 2012