The IRS did a Gilligan’s Island parody. No word on whether Thurston Howell III was targeted because of his immense wealth and possible conservative leanings.
I thought it was a joke when I saw the video of IRS workers practicing their dance moves for an upcoming training conference in Anaheim, which lasts just under three minutes, and comes out weeks after it was revealed that agency workers produced two other videos parodying the “Star Trek” and “Gilligan’s Island” TV shows.
The newest recording shown below costs about $1,600 and was produced to be shown at the end of a 2010 training and leadership conference held in California. Yet, the video is not a joke, it was done with serious intentions behind it with a mentality that is shockingly similar to the type of adolescent shenanigans that are common in most high schools. CLICK HERE TO REVIEW. Not only is the video an insult, but the behavior of the people is even more disturbing. The money spent is obviously ridiculous—the Star Trek and Gilligan Island…
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