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    Default Oh C'mon!!!!

    This might be the most elaborate April Fool's joke I've ever seen.

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    Default Re: Oh C'mon!!!!

    Yep, that's what it looks like right now in Roxborough.

    And we have tix to Opening Day!

    GO PHILLIES!! Even if today's game gets rained/snowed out.

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    Default Re: Oh C'mon!!!!

    Speaking of "April Fools", a LOT of people here in Evanston, IL thought this was for real:
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    Snow Removal Stickers Drifting into Town - Evanston RoundTable - Evanston, IL

    Followup:

    April Fool's joke on Evanston - chicagotribune.com

    Michael Thomas
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    Default Re: Oh C'mon!!!!

    I'll tell ya guys, each time I go into an attic I'm thankful for the cool weather.

    Eric Barker, ACI
    Lake Barrington, IL

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    Default Re: Oh C'mon!!!!

    Quote Originally Posted by Michael Thomas View Post
    Speaking of "April Fools", a LOT of people here in Evanston, IL thought this was for real:
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    Snow Removal Stickers Drifting into Town - Evanston RoundTable - Evanston, IL

    Followup:

    April Fool's joke on Evanston - chicagotribune.com
    Funny stuff! I love it. I used to drive a snow plow up in the high Sierras and this brings back memories like not blocking driveways with plowed snow.

    It's pretty common that the plow will come by RIGHT AFTER you have cleared your driveway and have gone back in to get ready for work. You come out to leave and the end of the drive now has a three foot berm of icy, compacted snow for you to jump over.

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