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The New York Times reported today that Mad magazine will soon stop publishing new material.
I probably haven't bought a copy for close to 50 years, so it's easy to forget how influential this old classic really is.
It inspired "Saturday Night Live", "The Simpsons", "South Park" and the Onion, as well as more than a few kids in high school.
Over the years, it's poked fun at a variety of political figures, and reference to its main character even made it into the 2020 presidential race, when Trump compared mayor Pete to Alfred E. Newman. Buttigieg had to Google the character to find out who he was.
Trump, of course, makes for an easy target for a magazine dealing with the absurd. I discovered this morning that the mag has a long history of lampooning Trump and his minions, all of which can be found at the link below.
It's impossible to pick a favorite, but the one below depicts how most of us felt on the day after the election in 2016: