Mad Tv T Shirt

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  • jersey: a close-fitting pullover shirt
  • T Shirt is a 1976 album by Loudon Wainwright III. Unlike his earlier records, this (and the subsequent 'Final Exam') saw Wainwright adopt a full blown rock band (Slowtrain) - though there are acoustic songs on T-Shirt, including a talking blues.
  • A short-sleeved casual top, generally made of cotton, having the shape of a T when spread out flat
  • A T-shirt (T shirt or tee) is a shirt which is pulled on over the head to cover most of a person's torso. A T-shirt is usually buttonless and collarless, with a round neck and short sleeves.
  • Make mad or insane
  • huffy: roused to anger; "stayed huffy a good while"- Mark Twain; "she gets mad when you wake her up so early"; "mad at his friend"; "sore over a remark"
  • brainsick: affected with madness or insanity; "a man who had gone mad"
  • delirious: marked by uncontrolled excitement or emotion; "a crowd of delirious baseball fans"; "something frantic in their gaiety"; "a mad whirl of pleasure"
mad tv t shirt - MAD About
MAD About Star Wars
MAD About Star Wars
A long time ago (thirty years) in a galaxy far, far away (California) . . .

It is a period steeped in cinematic lore. Rebel filmmaker George Lucas, striking from a base in Northern California, won a tremendous box office victory against all odds with Star Wars, his sci-fi spectacular.

During the ensuing craze, MAD’s “Usual Gang of Idiots” managed to steal a few laughs at the movie’s expense, soon discovering that Star Wars was the ultimate pop culture punching bag.

Pursuing each Star Wars film’s release with more mockery, the MAD men spent the next three decades making a farce of the Force and spreading mirth across the galaxy.

Now, in this special edition volume, you’ll chuckle as the Star Wars saga’s greatest moments are mocked by such MAD greats as Dick DeBartolo, Mort Drucker, Don Martin, and Sergio Aragones; smirk as the striking similarities between the space battles created by Industrial Light & Magic and by the “Usual Gang of Idiots” are revealed; hum along to the unforgettable Star Wars musical, as penned by MAD’s master lyricist, Frank Jacobs; gasp at the startling insights into R2-D2’s love life; and marvel at the real reason why Lucas’s lawyers never sued MAD.

And that’s just the beginning. . . .

So, pick up this book and see why, when Star Wars gets the MAD treatment . . . Sith happens! It is your destiny.

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you've got to get out of this.
you've got to get out of this.
i'm gonna lay most of my cards on the table here. i can't lay all of them out, b/c some of them aren't just my cards to lay, but i'll tell you what i can. on august 4th, i bought two tickets to see henry rollins. i bought these tickets to give daniel on his birthday, september 13th, even though at the time i had no idea how things would be between us. we hadn't seen each other in four weeks at that point. that night we met up at shagy's birthday party & had a serious conversation & stayed out till 5am & decided to try to work things out in time. obviously, it was uneven going, for various reasons, most of which aren't my reasons to tell since the unevenness is on daniel's end only. i'm frustrated & impatient -- i was then, & i am now -- but i'm fairly consistent in that i know that i want to be with him & i know that if i wait it out, chances are that everything will be ok. by the time daniel's birthday rolled around, we weren't speaking. i sent the tickets over with his sister. he knew i bought them, as he'd mentioned in early august that he was going to get himself tickets, & i told him not to bother as i'd already gotten them for him, so it was no big surprise, but they were a gift always intended for him, so no matter who he took, they were for him. when he got back in touch with me recently, we made plans to go together. on a date. his words. two days ago, he changed his mind, said he didn't feel much like going but that i should go & take someone else & have fun; i told him that i didn't want to go without him, b/c i didn't, & i told him to give the tickets away to someone else, which he wouldn't. he then relented & said we could go, but of course he changed his mind again tonight & made a big deal over it & picked a fight with me via text about it, b/c that's how we do things in the 21st century. he denied being mad, though later wrote to me that he "couldn't be madder" at me for not "taking the fucking tickets," & so i told him to leave them in the mailbox & i'd take them. he was angry at me for "wasting" the tickets; they were a gift, TO HIM, & i didn't want to go without him. i really don't want to do ANYTHING without him. i don't understand why he's so back-&-forth about things with us, & he doesn't understand it either, which is why i can't really be angry about it. of course, by the time i told him i'd go, i had already gotten in my pajamas & gone to bart's apartment to eat pizza & watch bart's precious jayhawks barely win over colorado, so i wound up going to see henry rollins -- BY MYSELF -- in sweatpants & a t-shirt & doc martens, & fuck everyone. daniel is angry with me, & i don't understand why. he may get over it; he may not. as much as i believe that he wants to be with me -- as much as everyone believes that -- this bullshit incident may be the end, b/c i'm not really sure he's ever talked to me the way he talked to me tonight & it seems to me that maybe it means he just hates me. i don't know how he could say the things he's said to me lately, things about wanting to fix things & win me back, really personal sweet thoughtful things, & then act like this, but what else is new, really. he's been moody & weird since he graduated, so i guess i'm the idiot -- not for believing him, b/c i know he meant everything, but for believing it could last. maybe someday it will. i'm not sure i can wait as long as it'll take, & right now, i'm pretty sure he doesn't want me to, but the thing is: he's going through a whole lot, & it's not his fault. he's not handling this well, but he's trying, & whatever that means for us, well, i don't know. don't let this fool you; i'm devastated.
Who was that masked man?!
Who was that masked man?!
Had some fun at the Packard Plant in Detroit today! This is part of the now famous tv set exhibit on one of the roofs. I know who the masked man is, hope you aren't mad I am posting one of these! I wanted to show off the tv and my friend, so since he was wearing a black shirt, I faded the background. Not the greatest, but I had fun :)

mad tv t shirt