Adrian Dix unleashes April Fools' counter on attack ads on with 90s-era references

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Google's smelling search, Reddit's orangered vs. periwinkle battle, and YouTube's video of the year awards were all memorable April Fools' pranks yesterday, and even BC's opposition leader joined the fray.

After months of attack ads against Adrian Dix's history and the past provincial NDP governments, their leader going into the May election opted to kick back and make light of all the negative press.

Despite the lame 90's transitions and graphics, and silly language, simply saying "You do know its 2013, right?" gives this move by Dix some more clout.

Making real radio and television ads focusing on that line might do him some good this Spring, as the May 14 election approaches. 

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