When he found out he would no longer be on the front of the $20 bill, President Jackson was NOT a happy camper.
St. Peter gave him a one-day earth pass (apparently the first of several), so Jackson could vent about this disappointing news.
First stop: Grand Central Station, where Jackson, looking fit and wearing a Revolutionary War uniform, held a press conference and did not mince words. "I'm furious," he told startled commuters, "All these years on the front of the $20 bill, and now I'm being replaced."
When asked about his replacement, Harriet Tubman, Jackson shrugged. "It's a new age," he griped. "Women get everything."
Jackson continued voicing his feelings about being moved to the back of the $20 bill, "There should be a law against getting demoted AFTER death. It's not fair, you're not around to defend yourself."
After pausing for a long sigh, he added, "Next they'll be saying I can't be called Old Hickory anymore. It's probably not politically correct. But y'know, I just have to keep focussing on something I said when I was alive: I was born for a storm, and a calm does not suit me.
Then Jackson made his way to the exit, followed by hordes of screaming commuters begging him to autograph their $20 bills.