Tuesday, April 1, 2008

Free Money Man Gets MSN Grant To Dress Up In Drag

After he finished shooting a commercial promoting Microsoft’s new MSN Search service, infomercial star, Matthew Lesko said, “I can’t believe that Microsoft’s MSN gave me “free money” to dress up as a middle-aged woman, a grandma and a goofy teenager.”

Lesko said it was even more fun than doing his own commercials where he mostly acts goofy and doesn’t get much of a chance to dress up like he did in promoting the MSN Search.
Lesko is the country’s Leading Expert on government money programs and believes that knowing how to access information is the key to success in the USA. He has written over 100 books on information. Two have made it to the New York Times Best Seller list and others have received awards from Library Associations. His books on government programs are even used by Harvard University and also the U.S. Army where he has trained vets from the Iraqi War about benefits they are eligible for outside of the Veterans Administration and the Department of Defense.
Lesko tells taxpayers that, “Even the government doesn’t know the thousands of money programs and services that are available to Americans.”

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