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Drunk Of The Week

Alcohol is EVIL! Congratulations to The Onion’sDRUNK of the WEEKMITCH MELUMMitch earned his place among Madison’s most honored drunks by head-butting an innocent Onion Operative.

Sonic Booms

Out of Sight, Out of MindMDID(Scat)First, MDID is a one-man band that’s been recording since 1985.

Saturday Morning Live Is A Comedic Masterpiece!

There are ulterior motives hidden behind many of the articles you read in today’s media. For example, if Time magazine runs a glowing review of a movie being released on Warner Bros., the revenue generated by the article’s influence goes to Time-Warner, In...

Professor To Publish Book

Professor Theodore L. Chaptman, a well-known professor at the university, announced that he will be publishing a book.The book, on the same subject that he teaches in his popular class at the university, will reportedly have several hundred pages.

Friction Must Be Eliminated!

If there is a Satan, fellow travellers on this hurtling ball of cosmic mud, it is friction. If there is one insidious force robbing our daily toil of its intended efficiency, it is friction.
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Magazine Mania

DIRECTIONS: Name the magazine in which these features appear:

1. “Picks & Pans”

2. “Humor In Uniform”

3. “Separated at Birth”

4. “Milestones”

5. “Party Jokes”

6. “Random Notes”

7. “The Talk of the Town”

8. “Faces In the Crowd”

9. “Spy vs. Spy”

10. “Hints from Heloise”

11. List of 500 companies with

highest gross revenue

12. “Goofus and Gallant”

13. “Periscope”

14. “Cheers & Jeers”

15. Nude Demi Moore covers

16. “Pencilwise”

17. “Index” of interesting numerical facts

18. “Shot by Shot”

19. “Hot Sheet”

20. “A View From the Castle”

Answers

1. People Weekly

2. Reader’s Digest

3. Spy

4. Time

5. Playboy

6. Rolling Stone

7. New Yorker

8. Sports Illustrated

9. Mad

10. Good Housekeeping

11. Fortune

12. Highlights for Children

13. Newsweek

14. TV Guide

15. Vanity Fair

16. Games

17. Harper’s

18. Premiere

19. Entertainment Weekly

20. Smithsonian

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