NEW YORK CITY - The organizers of the Occupy Wall Street Movement are thrilled at the tremendous reception that their campaign has received.
Dynamo "Smokey" Affengriffin, 17, one of the movement's directors informed Tilapia Frisbee of The Right Coast Illustrated Revue that they now have a total of 29,307 individuals who are committed to the movement.
Frisbee asked Affengriffin how the group was being funded. He replied that the organization has received some very sizable donations from some well-known sources who wished to remain anonymous.
When The Right Coast Illustrated Revue reporter pressed him to release the names in the interest of New York State's Right To Know Directive of 1955, he refused saying that he had written down the names on a yellow Post-It Note but that he had lost it somewhere in Central Park.
[EDITOR'S NOTE: I made a phone call to Ryan Seacrest out in California and asked him if he knew who the contributors were. He replied that he did. He said Oprah Winfrey donated $1.2 million, Charlie Sheen $70,000, Snooki Polizzi $615, and Metta World Peace, the basketball player formerly known as Ron Artest kicked in $85.]
Affengriffin proudly told Miss Frisbee that the Occupy Wall Street Movement has grown so big that they plan to form similar movements in Berlin, Hong Kong, and Bombay.
In a non-related story. The government of Laos has informed the United Nations that it still plans to carry out its intention of invading Colombia on Thursday, November 17, 2011.