In our April 2005 issue, we published an April Fool's spoof which generated more responses than anything we've done in years. It was a parody of our regular feature, "The Fix." We took three classic photos by Dorothea Lange, Edward "Doc" Edgerton, and Walker Evans, pretended to be clueless, mindless Photoshop-shootin' androids, and proceeded to deface them all. And we gave away the joke with type on the top of the page that said, "Can these shots be saved? Yes, but only on the first of this month." On the bottom of the page, it said "April 2005"!