Why is April Fool’s Day common in so many cultures? What is the it’s origin. Time has their take on the beginnings of April Fool’s Day. You’re not going to like the answer. It’s no joke, no one knows for …
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A couple of very unusual and noteworthy changes happened in the latest issue of TIME. Bill Gates was offered, and agreed, to become the publication’s first guest editor in its 94 year history. You can read and watch why he …
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