Today is April Fools' Day, the day when it is acceptable to tell people, "Hey, I just stepped on your dog," followed by "Just kidding, I didn't really do that," and not get punched for it. For many, it is the day they are constantly on guard, feeling that at any moment, they could get pranked, tripped or pied in the face. And that's not just in the White House; this could happen anywhere or anytime (as long as it's before midnight)... Read More
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By Greg Gagliardi
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