Last year's April Alphabetic Post Event proved to be so popular that we have decided to do it again.
Anyway, one of the more interesting things about today is that sometimes when a product is introduced on April Fools Day that turns out to be a huge flop - like the AMC Pacer - people always draw some sort of parallel, like the day makes products go bad. This isn't the cover of Sports Illustrated, folks. This is just a day of the year that people like to make a big deal out of.
So thank you Chaucer, for April Fools' Day. You seemed to have put it in your Canterbury Tales in 1392, but since nobody can understand what the hell you were writing we aren't particularly sure. But whatever. Maybe it was a very early April Fools' on us, which would be exemplary on Chausser's part. That would be hilarious. So happy April Fools' Day, I hope that you are having an enjoyable time with your pranks. I won't be making any. At least not on purpose. I might bumble my way into one, though. You never know, because, see, I am a fool all year long.