Monday, March 30, 2009


April Fool’s Parade Is All About The Money

NEW YORK (Wireless Flash - FlashNews) – Famed prankster Joey Skaggs expects lots of money hungry Americans to attend his 24th Annual April Fools’ Day (Apr. 1) Parade in New York.

Given the economic turmoil, the theme of this year’s parade is “Take The Money And Run,” and will honor the wacky, weird, and stupid events that made the past year fun for fools.

To that end, the event will be led by tons of controversial celebrity look-a-likes, including Bernard Madoff, Joe The Plumber, Sarah Palin, Octo-Mom, and a bong smoking Michael Phelps, marching to Union Square.

There will be a U.S. Treasury Printing Press Float spewing out fake money to the crowd, closely followed by financial titans like Wall Street execs, bank managers, and mortgage brokers singing the song, “Money (That’s What I Want).”

Skaggs believes the silly parade is “needed now more than ever,” and encourages folks to join the fun by tossing fake money onto the route from the rooftops in NYC.

He says the highlight will be watching police officers inspect the fake money scattered all over the streets.

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