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MAD Magazine, No. 292 - January, 1990 Paperback – 1990

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This is # 192 / January 1990 - MAD MAGAZINE; "It's called take home pay because there's nowhere esle you can afford to go with it" Alfred E. Newman; publisher William M. Gaines -- editors Nick Meglin & John Ficarra; Contents: A Crass Act Department: "Buried With Children" (A MAD TV Satire); An Embarrassment of Richard's Department: MAD's Catalogue of Practical Joke Items for the Computer; Ask Backwards Department: MAD's Home Version of Double Jeopardy; Berg's Eye View Department: The Lighter Side of ....; Buy and Cel Department: The Great Toon Surplus Sale; Dialing for Dullards Department: What's Your Choice (A MAD Magazine Opinion Poll); 'Fluff Said Department: Exciting But Meaningless Movie Studio Blurbs; Greetings and Sanitations Department: One Typical Afternoon in the Bronx; Iceberg's Eye View Department: Duck Edwing Chills Out Up North; Joke & Dagger Department: Spy vs Spy; Letters and Tomatoes Department: Random Samplings of Reader Mail; Marginal Thinking Department: "Drawn-Out Dramas" By Aragones; Of Human Bandage Department: One Sultry Evening In Cairo; Our Daily Dread Department: The MAD Week; ROM With A View Department: The MAD Guide to New Computer Games; Serge-In General Department: A MAD Look at Musical Instruments; Tales From the Dock Side Department: One Fine Morning in Miami; The Handwriting is Off the Wall Department: Big City Signs of the Times; The Topic of Cancer Department: "Six Minutes" Looks at Smoking; Wee the People Department: "Funny to Shrink the Kids" (A MAD Movie Satire); PLUS other stuff too it seems ...


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