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A World Gone Mad: The History of Spy vs. Spy

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At the end of World War II mankind stared breathlessly into oblivion. Scientists had split the atom, and the Atomic Age had begun. In a matter of months warfare had transformed from year-long conflicts between infantry, to  weapons  that could vaporize a civilization instantly.
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What, Me Funny?: The National Lampoon Mad Parody

Not a Front Cover of MADRecently, John Glenn Taylor’s excellent blog, Easily Mused posted the entire 1971 National Lampoon parody of Mad Magazine. Like a lot of National Lampoon it combines the brilliant with the pointlessly vulgar, but in this article, the hit-to-miss ratio is quite good.

 

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