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Sharing from Kim Dietch's Facebook page
It's hard to be nice about someone that wasn't. He was nasty and bad! I could be more vulgar, but I won't. All the praise to him is sickening!
Praise the amazing DICK GREGORY! RIP...
I LOVE MAD MAG!
Because it's the 48th Anniversary of the Woodstock weekend.
anyone have this for sale? it a mirror, i've been searching for this thing, please let me know and i'll buy, thanks!
I am just curious, as I am a new member to this page. How many of you stopped collecting after William Gaines passed away? And how many of you kept on collecting after?
"In 1968, Mad magazine did a spoof on how people reduce whole races and cultures to ethnic stereotypes. They had one about blacks—'negroes' at the time—and it was: 'One Negro: A Token; Two Negroes: A Boxing Match; Three Negroes: An Emerging African Nation; Four Negroes: Sammy Davis, Jr.' And I thought—that was the whole deal. Sammy was four people and more simultaneously. What a gift and what a struggle. That inspired my approach to the film.'"
2010 - meeting the amazing Arnie Kogen
MAD Paperback Boxed Sets
$50 - Santa Maria, CA
Four book Warner MAD Sampler Set - $50 AND Five Book Ballantine Totally MAD Set - $75, includes postage cost - these are in great shape - Jerry Byrne, Santa Maria, CA, 93454, Cell - (916) 475-6695
$30 - Somerset, MA
Hello What me worry I have MAD magazines, paper backs, and other items I am selling please let me know we can do a great deal Thank you 50's 60's magazines 5 for $30 plus a free one 70's 5 magazines for 20 plus a free one 80's 5 magazines for $15 plus a free one 90's magazines 5 for 10's plus a free one Collector's edition 5 magazines for $ 50 plus 300 th free papers backs 5 for $ 15 plus two free
the calendar. card game, and sealed boxes of cards N/A
The King passed away 40 years ago!
Here some Elvis drawings, by Jack Davis, Paul Peter Porges, Al Jaffee, Gerry Gersten, Joe De Vito, Don Martin, Rolf Trautmann.