#1 Posted on 1.4.02 1103.05 Reposted on: 1.4.09 1103.19
For those who aren't impressed by the Rick Scaia April Fools Day humor, check out Pitchfork and imagine how scary that would have been to run into without warning. I almost threw my computer off my desk before I realized what day it was.
#3 Posted on 1.4.02 1625.24 Reposted on: 1.4.09 1629.01
Websites that do that sort of thing without an "APRIL FOOLS!" message at the bottom always trip me out. What if a site really DID have something out-of-the-norm to say today? How would you know? Do these sites usually let us in on the joke the next day or something?
Or maybe I'm just slow and I need everything spoon fed to me.
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#4 Posted on 1.4.02 1832.26 Reposted on: 1.4.09 1833.44
Our school paper today had an article about Hugh Hefner buying one of our campus buildings and renovating it into Playboy mansion II. It even had a picture of him and some Bunnies having a picnic on the Quad. It was pretty funny. But I think this Pitchfork site should have an April Fool's warning on the main page, at least.