April Fools Day

Alphabet Majescules

Alphabelt Majuscules by Jeanne

 

Today is April Fools’ Day, a day of hoaxes and practical jokes the world over.
In the April issue of Sports Illustrated in 1985, George Plimpton reported that the New York Mets had recruited a phenomenal young pitcher who had learned his craft in a Tibetan monastery. The pitcher’s name was Sidd Finch, and he could throw a 168-mile-per-hour fastball. Plimpton buried a clue in the article’s subtitle: “He’s a pitcher, part yogi and part recluse. Impressively liberated from our opulent life-style, Sidd’s deciding about yoga — and his future in baseball.” The first letter of each word spelled out “Happy April Fools’ Day — ah fib.”

(It is “a fib” a lie-a falsehood- a trick-a misdirection- a hoax, a fool’s fact-

a fast-ball)

1 Comment (+add yours?)

  1. Janet Kay Gallagher
    Apr 01, 2020 @ 17:22:10

    JEANNE
    You are so talented. Lol on the reading.

    Reply

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