DJs' 'Dihydrogen Monoxide' April Fool's Prank Results In Suspension And Possible Felony ChargesTechdirt
Apr. 04, 2013
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Of course, anyone who's paid attention over the last couple of decades (at least) knows that dihydrogen monoxide is water. What's surprising is that a couple of pranking DJs could find enough people unaware of this fact to a.) pull off the prank and b.) possibly face felony charges. Wait... what?