A woman was arrested for counterfeiting in Tennessee after she tried passing off a fake five dollar bill at a market. The clerk called police, who arrested her after discovering she was trying to make a purchase with a counterfeit bill, both sides of which appeared to have been printed with a home printer and then pasted together. She was also in possession of a fake hundred-dollar bill in her purse that had been glued together with one side upside down. Authorities subsequently found in her home a printer, reams of printer paper and thousands of dollars in fake bills that wouldn’t even be believable as monopoly money.
Her defense was that President Obama had passed a law making it okay to print your own money. According to CBS Washington, she told police, “I don’t give a ****, all these other b****** get to print money, so I can too!” She was apparently referring to an article I wrote for TheSkunk.org in 2009 titled “Obama Wants Citizens to Print Their Own Money.”
It’s sometimes nice to see how far a reach my influence has.
Come visit the beautiful town of Braddon, Australia. As much fun as it is to tell people this place was named after yours truly, according to Wikipedia, Braddon was name after an Australian legislator named Sir Edward Braddon. Sir Edward participated in the writing of the Australian Constitution and was the Premier of Tasmania from 1894-1899. Tasmania also has its own area called Braddon.
Apparently, Braddon is also a very hip place to eat.
Braddon, Australia is located on the south-east side of Australia, in a northern suburb of an area called Canberra, and was settled in 1922.
Braddon Mendelson is located on North America, in a northern suburb of an area called Los Angeles County.
Here’s a map, if you need directions:
For more information on Braddon, the city in Australia, click here.
For more information on Braddon — me — click here.
My children’s book “Have You Seen the Tickle Bug?” celebrates its fifth anniversary this year.
The story of the little purple creature whose sole ambition in life is to make people laugh, is available from Amazon.com and other online retailers.
If you are so inclined, you can purchase a copy here.