04:56 - ScreamingSteelUS Yeah, it seems like Cracked has now overtaken "MAD." Moving online in 2005 was a very smart idea. I've had the chance to peruse some old "MAD"s myself, but I've been a loyal fan of Cracked for six or seven years now.
04:49 - Redn1ght No wonder then! @Screaming. (Only way I knew about MAD was because of seeing some OOLD issues in a second-hand book store and dad showed them there.)
04:43 - ScreamingSteelUS Actually, yes. Cracked began life as one of the many magazines competing for the market "MAD" created. It was the only competitor that managed to survive, and while they now have their own empire, they began as a "MAD" ripoff.
04:36 - Redn1ght Hmm.. I wonder if there's any connection between MAD magazine and Cracked.com.... Their humor is similar to each other in a way.
04:18 - Boxcar Willy Fuckin' purolator didn't notify me my package was here so now they shipped it back to the sender. Beyond pissed off.
Iron Maiden frontman Bruce Dickinson will relaunch his late-night BBC 6 Music Saturday rock show on September 9 with maximum rock on the display and American metal titans Slayer as his first guests.
The network rock show will offer three hours of the best contemporary hard rock, alternative and metal between 9:00 p.m. and midnight every Saturday, produced by the Manchester- and Cambridge-based independent production company Smooth Operations.
Joining Bruce on the second show (September 16) will be Florida ska-punk legends Less Then Jake, fresh from a critically acclaimed new album.