07.03.2019 09:52 PM

Alfred E. Nomore

Huge part of my youth, and my sick sense of humour. This fucking sucks.



2 Comments

  1. The Doctor says:

    The magazine definitely had a golden age in the 60s and 70s, and Nixon was like a gift from God to the writers. For a lot of young people then, the natural progression was: start with Mad, and then graduate to National Lampoon (which was significantly more X-rated).

    Then the progression was, a lot of the best National Lampoon people ended up writing for Saturday Night Live and then the movies (hello Caddyshack).

    • Fred from BC says:

      (sung to the tune of Halls of Montezuma)

      From the ants in our petunia beds,
      to the crabgrass in our lawn.
      We will fight them all with chemicals
      ’til the bugs and weeds are gone.
      We’ll use quarts and quarts of poison spray,
      and we won’t stop ’til we’re throoooough.
      All the bugs and weeds are dying now,
      but the PLANTS and TREES are too! 🙁

      (Mad Magazine, circa late ’60s/early ’70s. Got into my head and refused to leave…)

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