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Posted 4 years ago

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VikingFan82
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I grew up in the 1980s reading my brothers MAD magazines. Actually, I was so little I couldnt read yet, but I was fascinated with the drawings, and Al Jaffee's fold-ins. I also remember my dad talking about how much he loved MAD when he was little. When I was in high school we went on a roadtrip and I bought a MAD to read in the car, and it rekindled my love of the magazine. The last decade I have spent growing my collection. I now have roughly 300 of the 500 magazines ever made. I wont post all of them, just the oldest, and my favorites.

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  1. vanskyock24 vanskyock24, 3 years ago
    i loved the mad magazines i use to read them growing up all the time
  2. Moose, 3 years ago
    if you like Mad, Cracked or Crazy Magazines i got a box full how do i have them checked out?

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