Today, the first of April, is April Fool's Day. It is usually a day of pranking. I have seen relatively benign pranks such as Iceland Review's lead story of Google relocating to Iceland because of its cheap electricity, cool climate (for all those servers), always Greenwich Mean Time, its location between Europe and North America, and Iceland's strict laws on information sharing (raspberries to the NSA). I have also seen or heard of pranks that caused great embarrassment, having an eye nearly put out, or having someone in the ER with inexplicable injuries. I think April fool jokes are fine as long as no one is physically hurt or is caused untreatable mental anguish.
We are currently well below freezing and experiencing a blizzard (no foolin') so mother nature is ROFLOL at us. We appreciate the humor, but you can stop now. In the spirit of jocularity, here are a few things to ponder. Hopefully there aren't too many repeats as I find I sometimes repeat myself as I age, repeat myself as I age. Starting and ending with the most interesting man in the world.