Saturday, April 01, 2017

The Born Loser 1

I see that Chip just stopped reading the introductory paragraph of the April Fool's Day Wikipedia page. The page goes on to say that while the text in The Canterbury Tales refers to March 32nd (or April 1st), it may be a misprint that's supposed to read "32 days after March" (or May 2nd). Have we've been celebrating April Fool's 31 days too early for over 600 years? Does it even matter or should we care?