Einstein to Appear on New $25.00 Bill Instead of Reagan

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New currency to feature Einstein and other inventors being released in time for April Fool's Day.

Departing from the tradition of using portraits of dead presidents on US currency, images of famous scientists will now be featured on new bills. To initiate this change in tradition, the familiar image of the genius Albert Einstein will grace the front of the new $25.00 bill. Being considered for future appearance on new currency is the inventor Thomas Edison, also Edward Teller, father of the H-bomb, and possibly Al Gross, inventor of the cordless telephone.

The new $25.00 bill featuring Einstein will be released into circulation this week. In addition to the portrait of Einstein, the new bill features the statement: “In God We Trust, All Others Pay Cash”, and also the disclaimer: “Genuine Fake Currency”. As you may have surmised, the 25-Dollar Bill is actually a practical joke product known as Sucker Money. The new product is the work of Cheap Tricks (http://www.fakecrap.com), a practical joke business based in Daytona Beach, Florida.

Sucker Money is realistic looking fake currency that is folded up and left on the ground for the unsuspecting victim to pick up. When the hapless chump picks up the bill and unfolds the money, the wording on the back of the bill reads: “Get a job and pick up some real money!"

“Sucker Money encourages people to find work,” says Joe King, director of phony projects at fakecrap.com. “They need to quit wasting time looking around on the ground for free money,” he added. “Everybody knows you have to get a job if you want money.”

“Sucker Money is educational as well,” Joe King adds. “It is important to promote critical thinking and teach people that there’s no such thing as a 25 dollar bill.”

“Sucker Money is just a joke,” Mr. King concluded. “This concept has to be explained to the humor impaired and to those suffering from trickslexia. It is something you can use to have fun on April Fool’s Day and any other time too when you feel like goofing around.”

Sucker money can be seen on the home page at http://www.fakecrap.com. Samples of Sucker Money will be included with all orders from Cheap Tricks until April Fool’s Day.

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