THE TERROR OF THEIR WAYS DEPT.
THE ZIM REAPER DEPT.
With his acquittal behind him and no gainful means of employment, self-appointed neighborhood watch aficionado George Zimmerman suddenly has lots of free time on his hands. How to fill up the day? Well, it turns out George Z is a very busyman…
THE LITTLE SEARCH ENGINE THAT COULDN’T DEPT.
This morning, portions of the southwest were unable to access Google and all its services (Gmail, Google Plus, YouTube, etc). And while it only lasted about an hour, that was plenty of time for people to overreact (and rush to be the first to Tweet about the difficulties of Googling “Why is Google down?” Hilarious!) Once the smoke cleared and things were back on track, we decide to take a look at the most common Google searches on the near-Armageddon.
TURN YOUR HEAD AND COFFEE DEPT.
Despite the fact that coffee prices are way down, in a “screw-you” to their customers, Starbucks obnoxiously raised prices today. We think it’s fitting then that they provide a new cup for their overrated Joe.
CLOTHES THE DOOR BEHIND YOU DEPT.
WHO’S YOUR FATTY? DEPT.
The American Medical Association is now classifying obesity as a disease. Which is great news — because that means we’ve no longer the fattest country in the world — just the sickest! (U-S-A! U-S-A!) Still, if obesity is now a disease, the “afflicted” will need a way to let emergency personnel know about their condition! Lucky, MAD took that food for thought and cooked up...
GOING THROUGH AN AWKWARD FACE DEPT.
IT’S A SMALL BUT VERY EXPENSIVE WORLD DEPT.
WHERE THERE’S A WILL, THERE’S DISMAY DEPT.
SELLING YOUR CONSOLE TO THE DEVIL DEPT.
Microsoft announced yesterday that they’d be releasing the first new Xbox console in eight years! The so-called “all in one” system, the Xbox One, will let gamers record live TV, play Blu-ray HD discs and even make calls on Skype. But it’s also getting people mad, since old games won’t work on it, and sharing games will mean paying an additional price. But let’s not rush to judgment until we take a long, unbiased look at the system. And in that spirit, let’s examine these MAD-researched…