Are You Ready For April Fools Day ? Here’s A Dozen Easy Pranks Ideas


12 Simple April Fools’ Day Pranks

” April Fools’ Day is upon us, which means a prank could be lurking ’round every corner, chair or potentially Saran-wrapped door.

If you didn’t plan the greatest, most YouTube-worthy prank of all time, no worries. You can still fool your friends and family with pranks that require little effort and yield big laughs. (From you, at least.)

This year, forget blasting your mom’s car with Post-it notes and settle for a simpler prank. Check out these easy gags you can pull together before the day’s end.

But don’t blame the Internet if your friends shun you for a few days — it’s tough to forgive someone for a donut full of mayonnaise.”

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1. Paint a bar of soap with clear nail polish to prevent it from lathering.

See the other helpful April Fool hints here and see also: “50 amazingly epic…

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Bill de Blasio Gets Booed at a Mets Game

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The guy has been in office for like two months and he’s already getting booed by New Yorkers?

Via Andrew Johnson of National Review…

The mayor, who has grown increasingly unpopular since taking office in January after winning by a large margin in the fall election, was met with a swell of boos from Citi Field attendees as he took the mound for the ceremonial first pitch. He was booed again as he walked off.

Here’s the video.

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Senate Report Blasts CIA’s Handling of Interrogation Program


A new Senate Intelligence Committee report is lambasting the Central Intelligence Agency for misleading Americans about its controversial Bush-era interrogation program, the Washington Post reports.

Citing unnamed officials who have reviewed the still undisclosed document, the Post reports that it alleges the CIA claimed it gained actionable intelligence after using its harshest interrogation techniques, when in fact that information was gained before agents resorted to such measures. CIA officials also tried to conceal the extremity of the agency’s most brutal interrogation techniques, the report says, practices many have decried as torture.

Another section of the report based on what the Post calls “millions of records” says information that led to the 2011 death of al-Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden had “little, if anything” to do with “enhanced interrogation techniques,” as government officials have called the agency’s most controversial methods.

The committee will ask the White House on Thursday to make…

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