The owners of Memories Pizza were some of the first Indiana businesspeople to publicly support the state’s controversial Religious Freedom Restoration Act, according to a report by the Associated Press. While Crystal O’Connor, the pizzeria’s co-owner, told the AP Wednesday that her family-owned pizzeria would serve a homosexual couple in the restaurant, she said they would not cater a gay wedding if since it would be against her family’s Christian beliefs. They overran it with joking one-star reviews and posted several graphic images featuring nude men and satirical Christian memes (link NSFW).
April Fool’s Day is once again upon us, blurring the lines between what’s real and what’s not — and sometimes just ignoring the lines altogether. Here are a few of the most high-profile game-related pranks for 2015.
1. Chatsnap, an ephemeral photo messaging app that is not a ripoff of Snapchat. 2. Chapsnat, an app for transitory photos and videos that is certainly not ripping off Snapchat
Riff is the newest standalone app from Facebook’s Creative Labs division, the social media company’s experimental apps department that has a track record of cranking out flops ranging from Snapchat clone Slingshot to other apps that have failed to take off, such as Paper, Rooms, and Groups.