Thursday, April 01, 2004
In honor, or something, of April Fools' Day:
National Geographic presents famous hoaxes in history, from classics like 1957's Swiss spaghetti harvest to last month's near-ban of dihydrogen monoxide.
The BBC, on the other hand, presents current news stories that sound like hoaxes but aren't. At least I think they aren't. That would be a bit too meta-fool-ical.
[ at 12:32 PM • by Abby • permalink • ]