Kazakh's Gov't Misspells 'Bank' On Money


Posted October 19, 2006 - By Stephen Johnson

You really can't make this up.

After taking comedic character Borat to task for his lampooning of their nation, Kazakh's goverment misspelled the word "bank" on their currency. The country plans to release the mis-printed lucre into the wild and wait for it to go away, like money always does.

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In other Kazakhstan-y news, the Eastern European nation invited Borat to visit their nation to show him the real scoop on life in the nation. Rakhat Aliyev, Kazakh first deputy foreign minister said: "His trip could yield a lot of discoveries -- that women not only travel inside buses but also drive their own cars, that we make wine from grapes, that Jews can freely attend synagogues and so on."

I'm not sure if Borat is funnier than Rakhat Aliyev.

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Kazakh's Gov't Misspells 'Bank' On Money


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