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MAD Magazine - #89 September 1964

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    Posted 5 years ago

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    When I was a youngster, Spike Jones had a television show and there was a new MAD Magazine almost every month - I was raised on satire and skepticism. I still count Don Martin as one of the most influential artists in my life.

    Happy Halloween!

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    1. vetraio50 vetraio50, 5 years ago
      ME TOO !!!
    2. racer4four racer4four, 5 years ago
      MAD was a staple in our house which was surprising because my father was not a comic reader and had no patience for general American humour. It was the clever satire of course that allowed it in!
    3. beyemvey beyemvey, 5 years ago
      Cool - then I graduated to National Lampoon in high school! :-) Bob
    4. yougottahavestuff yougottahavestuff, 3 years ago
      I was at a welding seminar at the Lincoln Welding Machine Plant in Dayton Ohio back in the late 70's There was a Bar in town decorated in all Mad Mag Stuff.
      If you could Finish their 3 lb Garbage Burger and 1/2 gallon beer in a huge glass stein they would give you a free Mad tee shirt!!!
      I tryed!!! came close but no cigar!!!
      WHAT Me WORRY!!!

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