A plaque remaining from the Big Apple Night Club at West 135th Street and Seventh Avenue in Harlem.

Above, a 1934 plaque from the Big Apple Night Club at West 135th Street and Seventh Avenue in Harlem. Discarded as trash in 2006.

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Entry from April 01, 2017
“Doing your taxes on April Fools’ Day seems like a legitimate way to defraud the government”

"Doing your taxes on April Fools’ Day seems like a perfectly legitimate way to defraud the government” is a jocular one-line saying that has been printed on an ecard. The saying was posted on Twitter on April 3, 2010.


Twitter
Terrence Monte‏
@terrencemonte
Does doing your taxes on April Fool’s Day constitute a bad omen?
11:05 AM - 1 Apr 2009

JoyReactor
Doing your taxes on April Fool’s Day seems like a perfectly legitimate way to defraud the / ecards
anon
30.Mar.2010

Twitter
Chel Mercado‏
@cheldoll
Doing your taxes on April Fool’s Day seems like it’d be a perfectly legitimate way to defraud the government.
12:10 AM - 3 Apr 2010

Twitter
Heidi Blanton‏
@heidigoseek
Doing your taxes on April Fool’s Day seems like a perfectly legitimate way to defraud the government http://some.ly/bzMf1Q via @someecards
9:12 AM - 15 Apr 2010

Twitter
Eric Schlakman‏
@schlakman
Doing your taxes on April Fool’s Day seems like a perfectly legitimate way to defraud the government. http://some.ly/bzMf1Q via @someecards
10:03 AM - 1 Apr 2011

Twitter
Bridget Ehlers‏
@bridgetehlers__
Doing your taxes on April Fool’s Day seems like a perfectly legitimate way to defraud the government.
9:15 PM - 21 Dec 2011

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