Gotten Fooled Yet? : The Two-Way The joke's on you if you forgot that it's April 1. April Fools' jokes are popping up again.
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Gotten Fooled Yet?

Gotten Fooled Yet?

Beware. It's that day again. Frank Augstein/AP hide caption

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Beware. It's that day again.

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Google is trying to convince folks that "now you can control Gmail with your body."

YouTube has posted the "top 5 viral pictures of 1911."

Morning Edition "reported" on a surgical procedure that lets you watch 3D movies without those "ridiculous" glasses.

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Ah yes, it's April Fools' Day.

We here at The Two-Way don't believe in such tomfoolery, of course. Besides, we've got to go meet some guy named Ben Dover for coffee. He says he's got a hot story for us.

Update at 3:05 p.m. ET: As Gawker reports, YouTube "did not think through it's April Fool's joke" because the application that allowed for the "1911" music to be played with videos is "not at all funny when applied to [those] showing sad and horrible things."

Update at 10:25 a.m. ET: We hear from a reliable source that the jokers over at The Motley Fool are having some fun today.