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Say Whatever Flippant Foolish Thing You Like in This Not-Even-Because-It's-April Fools Weekend Open Thread!

I wasn't supposed to write this. I was supposed to be on vacation and the staff was going to write the open thread this week. But a few things happened: Donald Trump made me work this week instead, the staff forgot their part in it (also Donald Trump's fault, I'm sure) or I forgot to tell them... Continue reading
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