"“Unlimited Wishes” Spoof Video Appears on Internet
We have received inquiries from supporters about an Internet video that depicts a fictional news broadcast, “Today Now!” The video includes a report about a “wish kid” whose wish for unlimited wishes has put the Make-A-Wish Foundation’s future in jeopardy. The “Today Now!” segment is not true and all characters, including wish child “Chad,” are fictitious. The video was produced by The Onion, which is well-known for using satire to parody news events. Rest assured, the Make-A-Wish Foundation is financially sound thanks to its many generous donors. Also, the Foundation will not grant “unlimited wishes” to a wish child. The policy is clear: We grant the one true wish of each eligible child with a life-threatening medical condition. We appreciate your support for the Make-A-Wish mission and the thousands of courageous children we serve. Please refer anyone with questions about the video or chain letters to this page."
I can't believe that none of yall have heard of theonion.com before?! I uesd to go on that site all the time. Yall should check out some of the ones they do on politics... VERY funny! Im not sure if they still do the state of the union audio clips... Those were the best!
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I remember back about 20 years when The Onion was just a school newspaper for the Univ. of Wisconsin in Madison and now it has gone national LOL it is the funniest paper and we used to read it all the time.