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The Wisdom of Alfred E. Neuman

Discussion in 'Other Discussions' started by Crabtownboy, Feb 26, 2014.

  1. Crabtownboy

    Crabtownboy Well-Known Member

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    Alfred E. Neuman, one of my heros.

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    How many on the board know Alfred E. Neuman. After all, he ran for president.

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    Are all of your heroes imaginary and obnoxious?

    What am I saying, of course they are! They're all DEMOCRATS!!
     
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    The problem with being arrogant is you think you are smarter than everyone else. ~ Revmtichell
     
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    With some of the candidates we have, I just might be liable to vote tor Alfred E
     
  5. Crabtownboy

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    I also Salty. So many people had and have so little understanding of Alfred E. Neuman. He was so much wiser and smarter than they realize looking at the surface and not thinking about what he is really saying. He was designed to look goofis. We used to say "dumb like a fox".

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  6. Bro. Curtis

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    Did he teach you how to spell ?

    The only good things they had were "Spy vs. Spy", and Don Martin's hilarious cartoons. As for the rest, I thought MAD Magazine was unbearably stupid, even when I was 12.
     
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    12 is far too young to appreciate both the humor or the seriousness of Mad Magazine.

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    Quite contrary. Twelve is old enough to know that you're money is better spent trying to impress girls, and one of your dopey, immature friends will have bought MAD Magazine, so you can just read the good stuff out of his copy.
     
  9. Crabtownboy

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    ROFL. I guess you simply still do not understand either the humor nor the seriousness of Alfred E. Neuman.

    I like the following quote from Alfred:

    Crime does not pay as well as politics.



    I also like his comment on smoking:


    "Smoking helps you lose weight -- one lung at a time!"
     
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    Alfred E. Neuman doesn't exist.

    I have two volumes of everything Don Martin ever did in that magazine. I get it.
     
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