Friday Links

We hope you enjoyed Monday’s post – our fourth April Fool’s Day blog entry.  Though some find April 1 joke posts to be silly and unnecessary, we have to admit that we love writing them.  If only you, our dear readers, loved reading them.  Maybe you do. If you missed it, the title was “North Carolina Court Declares Harlem Shake ‘Over,’ Enjoins YouTube From Accepting Further Videos Depicting Same.”  Yes, yes, we wrote a post about a dying meme, but the best part is that the post is about the fact that the meme is dying. See how we were capitalizing on it and distancing ourselves from it, too? That’s the only way to be.

By the way, in the interests of completism, we present these links to our three past April Fool’s Day Posts:

American Bar Association Denies Provisional Accreditation To Miskatonic University School of Law” (April 1, 2012)

Star Wars Prequels Unreasonably Dangerous and Defective, South Carolina Federal Court Finds” (April 1, 2011)

Unsatisfying Snickers Bar Unreasonably Dangerous and Defective, Texas Court Holds” (April 1, 2010)

So, even a few days after this year’s April Fool’s Day, you can now go back and revisit our posts from April Fool’s Days past.  Better late than never, eh? Enjoy.

By the way, above, you’ll find the cover of Franklin Richards: April Fools #1, published by Marvel Comics not so long ago in 2009.  Franklin Richards, as you may know, is the son of Mr. Fantastic and the Invisible Woman, both of the Fantastic Four.  His relationship to April Fool’s Day remains unknown to us.

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