With over 100 million pageviews and counting, Kony 2012 — a half-hour long call for action against Ugandan war criminal Joseph Kony — has become the biggest thing to hit the Web since Rebecca Black reminded us that Saturday follows Friday. As part of its campaign, Invisible Children, the group behind the video, is pressuring 20 superstar “culturemakers” to speak out against Kony. Most of the 20 have stayed unusually silent on the red-hot issue — until now.
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Here's a taste of the art for MAD #514's "Product Acronyms You Never Knew Existed: Tech Edition" by the legendary Paul Coker! (Please don't tell Paul we referred to him as "legendary." Knowing his ego, he'll start demanding his art be hand-delivered to the MAD offices on a velvet pillow via private plane.)
This weekend Mitt Romney swept Guam’s GOP caucuses, picking up 18 delegates in the process. (Don’t laugh — it could be what ultimately puts him over the top!) How did the usually politically-challenged former governor do it? With some unusually canny politically maneuvering...
When Justin Bieber turned 18 last week, he celebrated as any normal, fun-loving teenager would: by kicking off a search for an appropriately gaudy L.A.
Recently Rush Limbaugh bravely called a Georgetown law student testifying before Congress a “slut” who “wants all the sex in the world whenever she wants it, all the time, no consequences.” He then went on to say that if women wanted him to pay for their birth control, he wanted something in return — videos of all these women having sex posted on the internet.