The Wuxi China Expatdom held the biggest party in human history to celebrate the centenary of Milton Friedman’s birth.
Over two hundred million Expats, living in the Wuxi China Expatdom and its colonies, converged on the Harry Moore Memorial Squares Gold, Diamond and Platinum to celebrate the birth of the man, who along with Frederic Hayek, is considered the greatest intellectual influence on the Monarchy of King Gorzo the Mighty — considered to be the greatest Monarch of the most free and glorious jurisdiction of all of human history.
The boisterous crowd celebrated its economic and moral freedom by eating breakfast hot dogs from McDonalds, chortling and chuckling, prisyadka dancing, reading the Poolside Harry Moore, worshiping images of Harry Callahan, engaging in free economic exchanges, carrying signs bearing quotes of Rush Limbaugh, exercising their gun rights, bathing in money and falling off their shetland ponies.
The crowd came to watch a concert where Archduke Harry Moore first delivered lecture, in a singing and dancing mode about Friedman’s monumental documentary Free to Choose. The audience then formed the longest conga party line in human history to the live music of Harry Callahan and the WCE Trio.
At the climax of the party, Wuxi China Expatdom Hall of Fame Commissioner Kennesaw "Hui Shan" Landis announced Friedman’s induction into the WCEHoF.
Archduke Harry Moore, in his capacity as the Wuxi China Expatdom ambassador to the Vatican, conveyed Pope Benedict XVI’s blessing of the party honoring Milton Friedman.