Ladies and gentlemen, take my advice. Pull down your pants, and slide on the ice.
I still love mad magazine. I had a subscription as a kid and I also had one for my kids when they were growing up. Your post brings back some good memories.
I still enjoy reading this one from time to time.I don't follow it as regulary as I did when I was a teen.
There was a popular sit-com (when there were only three or four stations on the airways) that had someone trying to decipher the symbols at the supermarket. I can't remember the show, but when I think of the symbol, I think of the show. Perhaps All in the Family.
This is just TOO funny!!!
The thing to remember is that the first, last, and middle double-stripe combination, represent the number 6, so every UPC code as 666 embedded in it!!Oooooh, spooky..... :-)
i never read mad magazine. does that make me strange?
I was squarely in the MAD magazine demographic when it was at it's best. I saved my allowance money and combined it with my brothers and bought every copy, some we had to hide from our mother.Does not reading it make you strange? No, just culturally ill-informed. How does one go through life not understanding Spy-vs.Spy references or not knowing when to say, "What, me worry?"But we'll forgive you.... :-)
I used to love Mad magazines when I was a teenager.:-)
well by the sounds of it since mad has scaled back its "monthlys" they ain't got to worry about jamming any computer!!!
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