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  • Classic MAD magazine characters and features such as Alfred E. Neuman and Spy vs. Spy pop up, and no subject matter or individual will be safe from MAD's barrage of parodies and sketches.

    Comic Book Movie

  • Mr. Obama may have trouble selling the Alfred E. Neuman approach to global economic policy in Toronto this weekend.

    A Weakened U.S. Goes to the G-20

  • Barack Obama and his aides, however, will be taking the Alfred E. Neuman approach: "What, me worry?"

    A Weakened U.S. Goes to the G-20

  • Some newer material proved sturdy but slightly less hooky, and in the midst of the otherwise enchanting light show I mistook the Lite-Brite Obama head image for Alfred E. Neuman -- but otherwise the "Up and Coming" tour is a hot ticket, a rich series of ecstatic peaks.

    Paul McCartney: Rock Show

  • (The only higher honor when being spurned might be a full Al Jaffee fold-in -- with a beaming Alfred E. Neuman collapsing to reveal a towering trash bin of less-than-inspired detritus.)

    BEST REJECTION LETTERS -- Exhibit A: MAD Magazine

  • The series will also honor the magazine's most classic benchmarks, including Spy vs. Spy, cartoons by artists Don Martin and Sergio Aragones (who created the artwork above exclusively for TV Guide Magazine) and, of course, Alfred E. Neuman.

    Mad Magazine Goes Prime Time

  • Nader has become the Alfred E. Neuman of American politics.

    Nader: I'm Running Again

  • In a braying editorial on the same day, the Financial Times swept aside all doubt, instructing us in schoolmarm manner that "Oil [Is] Back To Normal" and that we should all put on our Alfred E. Neuman persona, and understand that the 100%-plus price rally in oil prices since hitting bottom earlier this year is no cause for worry.

    Raymond J. Learsy: Oil Prices: Russia's Medvedev is Puzzled But the Financial Times Knows Best

  • No, in the spirit of that great American philosopher Alfred E. Neuman, Mr. Tillerson has come up with a causation that is outside the perceived responsibility of the oil industry.

    Raymond J. Learsy: Thank You, Exxon CEO Rex Tillerson, For Educating Us On Oil Prices

  • IN THE.IMMORTAL WORDS of Alfred E. Neuman, Monday's mantra in the financial sector is "What, me worry?"

    What, Me Worry in a Mad Market?


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