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Mar
30
2007

Once upon a time, before Rome was a TV series and the capital of the free world, the year began in April. Then, when the free world went under new management, the year’s beginning was moved to January. Those who stuck to the old system were deemed foolish. Ridicule; it’s a great way of keeping the faithful in line.

Sunday’s April Fools Day so we give you the Museum of Hoaxes list of all time great and wonderful pranks. It’s from Jack Shaffer‘s recent Slate column. To be really prepared, here’s Wired.com’s list of things that the geeky guy in the next cubicle might think are really funny.

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