MAD magazine looks at what's on Vladimir Putin's desk


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Originally published at: http://boingboing.net/2017/07/26/mad-magazine-looks-at-whats.html


#2

After all, we all know what’s under his desk.


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#4

I was picturing a gel filled stress relief toy made in Trump’s likeness. Squeeze it and the widdle hands inflate from life size to normal size and back again. Very relaxing.


#5

I Love the ripped copy of Pussy Riot


#6

I thought for a moment that was a Time Magazine issue featuring Trump on the cover. Apparently, there’s an actual one with Putin*…


*http://www.weeklystandard.com/time-puts-putin-on-covers-across-world-except-u.s./article/754026


#7

I have loved MAD since the 70s, when I would read my big brother’s copies. I have rescued boxes of them from my parents’ house. (One of those boxes is about four feet from me right now.) I still haven’t gotten over the blow of MAD accepting ads. I really don’t like change.


#8

I appreciate the autographed picture of Dr. Evil.


#9

The Hacking for Dummies book is a nice touch. But where are the launch codes?


#10

Next up, Trump’s desk.


#11

the MAGA hat is a nice touch


#12

Am I the only one that thinks Pierogi Hut is a great idea?


#13

Ads now? Really? That’s a shame.

I, too, remember getting all of my brother’s hand me down MAD magazines. I’m certain they helped me be who I am today.


#14

I would go there right now.


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(They’ve run ads since 2001.)

I’m with you: MAD taught me about politics, history, society… everything! I think it influenced (or maybe just resonated with?) my whole self!


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