BEST CLASSROOM APRIL FOOLS PRANK EVER
The article said that Amazon would be creating their first bookstore in space, at The International Space Station. The article said the bookstore would be open this summer with over 2,000 'physical' books. The article said that the Bezos would be going to the Space Station with authors and publishers for tours with "freeze-dried white wine, and vacuum sealed canapes".
Speaking of fun, on an aforementioned production rewrite, I'd utterly forgotten the start of the month was upon me. My ploy would be to take advantage of the star's rep and penchant for wanting spot changes in the script which required the daily presence of a writer on the set. As the new draft came to a close, I invented the most preposterous climactic scene complete with a movie star speech that ran a full page and, in the final paragraph, mentioned Hank the production coordinator by name and that if he'd actually gotten that far in retyping the script he'd been thoroughly and properly pranked.
The press release arrived on April Fool's Day, and it turns out it was legit, but as we say in this business, "If your mother says she loves you, check it out." Alphabetically, it's the first choice listed, and, as California Voter Foundation President Kim Alexander told me, it's the only place the word "independent" appears on the form.
Chemistry Jokes for Your April Fool's Day Pleasure (Video). A fan edit of Oscar-winning film Gravity shows a fake deleted scene shows what could've been. The change to the opening scene kind of changes the entire plot of the movie, but it's hard to tell if it's for better or worse.
The suit says that on April 1, 2013, Wagner went to a horse-riding class taught by Alexander. Nevertheless, Alexander told Wagner she either had to tell a joke or canter without stirrups, the suit says.
It was not until police arrived hours later that 61-year-old Ronald Benjamin, of St Petersburg, learned that the prop he had hurled into the Dumpster was actually a deceased 96-year-old woman. .
The suit says that on April 1, 2013, Wagner went to a horse-riding class taught by Alexander. Nevertheless, Alexander told Wagner she either had to tell a joke or canter without stirrups, the suit says. Alexander signaled to Wagner that she "had done well enough and that she could stop." Wagner has also lost wages since the injury and has suffered impairment to her ability to earn money in the future, the suit says.
The Press-Enterprise says (http://bit.ly/PmMANE ) deputies were called to a fast food restaurant in Hesperia Tuesday night. A dozen sheriff's patrol cars and a helicopter canvassed the area searching for the suspect before a deputy figured out the story was fake. Investigators say three of the men conspired to play a joke on the fourth man.
It certainly seems like April paid an April Fool's Day joke on us. With fairly dry weather and nice conditions earlier in the day, clouds rotated around a low-pressure system to our south and brought rain in the evening. Most weather people and others who have lived up north have heard of the Puget Sound Convergent Zone and it effects on the weather.
VLOG 4/1/14 - April Fool's Day, Meeting Grichell, Basic Logic Paper, Thoughts, Food, & Sleepy: via @YouTube t.co/C7lnQpXgHx
On April Fool's Day, I read a post that had me shaking in my Ugg boots. It basically described changes to Facebook that would allow users to see who had viewed their profiles . Thankfully, it was just a prank post, so amateur cyberstalking may continue undeterred. Me neither, even though I am waaaay too mature to engage in such juvenile antics myself.