$1,000,000 Bill Gives Black Man Hope
Posted on: 2009-12-29 18:36:26
Reporter Todd C. Frankel spent more than two months following Dukes on his odyssey. As with any news story, Frankel avoided interfering with the course of events, so that the story could unfold as naturally as possible.
Yeah, liberals love and respect black people. Sure they do. Check out this story from a couple weeks ago. I missed it, but found it on HBD. It’s about a 51 year old black man who finds a “million dollar bill” in a phone booth, believes it’s real, and his two month “odyssey” to find out if it’s real. Yes, you read that right. A reporter hears about some ignoramus who found a $1 million dollar bill and is trying to determine if it’s authentic. So Todd Frankel, instead of politely explaining to the simpleton that there’s no such thing (without necessarily adding that anyone with an IQ above 70 should know that), writes up a long story about the man’s “hunt for the truth.” Now, granted, the front of the bill does look pretty realistic.
But it says RESERVED NOTE instead of FEDERAL RESERVE NOTE, and if you look close it says that the bill is not legal tender. But at first glance, if you lacked the common knowledge that there’s never been any such thing as a $1 million note, and the common sense to understand why that is, it could certainly be deceiving.
Still though, you would think that the back of the bill might have been a slight tip off, as about half of it is filled with religious jargon.
Here’s what that says:
In other words, it’s a gospel tract.