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Did we Fool you?
Exactly 24 hours, a worrying newspost appeared on this site. College students were reported to drop out by masses, and the post was even supported with a quote from Tim LeTourneau and a screenshot by April Flores. Well, to tell you the truth:

It was all fake.

April Flores was me, the screenshot is real, but the buttons were greyed out manually and of course the Sims were posed. The quotes aren't from Tim but were made up by us, and basically every bit of it was just us playing around a bit. It was April fool's day, and we decided to have a bit of fun as we do every year. If you believed the news: better luck next year. If you didn't: clever you. And if you didn't read it but still want to see what story we made up: read it. We had a laugh, we hope you had too. We will now continue our usual coverage, with real news as usual, for another year.

Written at 11:38 on Saturday, 2 April 2005 by ChEeTaH.

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Written at 19:34 on Saturday, 2 April 2005 by Jonah Zolohahni (Jonah_Zolohahni)
Huh; I thought April Flores was somewhat like April Fools.

Haw haw.
Jonah Zolohahni
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Written at 02:34 on Sunday, 3 April 2005 by XPDude (XPDude)
Bwaha. Knew it.
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Written at 04:46 on Tuesday, 5 April 2005 by laura (Laura_69)
hey wut do i do now after i log in ??


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