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(Pittsburgh Post-Gazette)   Mad Magazine celebrates its 60th year of publication, 20th year of irrelevancy since Bill Gaines died and DC Comics took over   ( divider line
    More: Interesting, Mad Magazine, Bill Gaines, preface  
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2012-11-04 03:48:18 PM  
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Betep: I still use "Don Martin sound effects" a lot.

/Oot greet

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2012-11-04 01:12:58 PM  
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2012-11-04 12:11:36 PM  
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43 Man Squamish. That is all.
2012-11-04 11:50:59 AM  
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Boy, they're really socking it to that Spiro Agnew guy. He must work there or something.
2012-11-04 11:24:25 AM  
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Mad magazine back in the day was something else. It's musings had a profound impact to this very day on the way I view and respond to the planet I live on. The usual gang of idiots were anything but usual and were definitely not idiots. Happy 60th what's left of a once great and proud institution.

Betep: I still use "Don Martin sound effects" a lot.

/Oot greet

It really *was* onomatopoetry of the highest order.

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