If you've spent any time online today, you know it's April Fools Day. Tech companies love to pull pranks on the 1st of April. But some commuters in one Ocean County community were the subjects of a real world prank today
As we get closer to the first day of April in Ocean County, coming up on Friday, some people are surely meticulously planning how they're going to prank their friends, family, and co-workers, while others will probably be watching every step they take lest they fall victim.
Last week, I was on vacation. I was in the Great White North of Canada (which was actually nicer weather-wise than the Jersey Shore was while I was away!).
They say that everyone is friendlier in Canada, and I found that to extend to the wildlife as well.
April Fools Day pranks can be fun and funny. And then there are the times that they blow up in the faces of the would-be pranksters. That's exactly what happened to one online marketing company earlier this week.
The Smithsonian National Air & Space Museum is by far my favorite of the Smithsonian museums in Washington, DC. As a kid and as an adult, I've always marveled at the amazing artifacts from the earliest days of flight all the way up to the space age and beyond. So their latest acquisition is definitely an incredible addition to the collection. Watch for details: