MAD magazine

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  1. Hajidub

    Hajidub Chihuahua/Pug = Chug Subscriber

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    Not 2 days ago I was explaining to my teenager how cool I thought MAD magazine was when I was kid. My son had no idea what it was, I sort of explained the sarcasm and legendary artists associated with the magazine. Onto today, I went to my local flea market looking for LP's/tapes/equipment. Didn't find anything of the sort, but did find some Mint (cardboard backed) MAD's from 75' and 76'. Got them for a six pack of domestic!

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  2. dosmalo

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    Scroe!!
     
  3. noogies

    noogies My Favorite Woofers. Subscriber

    Mad Magazine was pretty much how I learned about the world between ages 8 and 11.
     
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    Scroe VS Score
     
  5. BigElCat

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    Nanny Dickering made me feel funny inside...like...I don't know.
     
  6. slow_jazz

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    I read Mad religously from about the age of 14-19.

    Sadly I only have a few issues still around.
     

     

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    I think that she was in "Cracked" magazine.
     
  8. BigElCat

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    Doh ! She must get around.
     
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    I wondered why I missed that reference.
     
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    I was into Playboy at that age!:rockon:
     
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  12. BigElCat

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    She was in the other mag. I remember her name, though.
     
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  13. Sandy G

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    Outgrew "Mad" when I started Boarding School, & "National Lampoon" became my muse. IMHO, the 1976 issue that had an article,"Foreigners Around the World" was about their funniest, w/the possible exception of the various "O.C & Stiggs" & "Bulgemobiles" articles...
     
  14. Sandy G

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    If you're sensitive, VERY "PC"& all that nonsense, you likely WON'T find "National Lampoon" funny at all. That '76 issue has had me peeing my pants any number of times over the past 40 years or so.....
     
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    Best National Lampoon special edition of all time. Must have read it 100 times. Still have it. Hullarious!
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  16. Hajidub

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    There's a great National Lampoon documentary on Netflix's. Weird name, but recognisable by the dog with the gun to it's head.
     

     

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  17. noogies

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    I still miss Doug Kenny.
     
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    I remember being in trouble at school and home for reading Mad. :dunno:
     
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    I was a big fan of Mad when I was growing up. The early Bill Elder stuff was hilarious. I picked up this bobblehead the other day and it brought back fond memories.

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    MAD and National Lampoon: words, cartoons & pictures to live by in a crazy world.
     

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