I know that nobody but me reads printed magazines anymore, but I've read MAD since I could read, and I'll probably die holding a MAD Magazine, killed by a fatal bout of guffawing. Issue #488 is just hitting newsstands, and it's the funniest single issue I've ever read. The cover says Meet our NEW STAFF! This Entire Issue Written & Drawn by MONKEYS!The Table of Contents is replaced by a letter from the new Editor in Chief, Mr. Jingles, about how all writing has been outsourced to chimps, apes, gorillas, and orangutans to save money and improve quality. Every part of the issue, from the Letters to the Editor (answered by monkeys) to the traditional fold-in inside the back cover to the little cartoons in the margins, has been turned into a monkey-themed version, and no bad monkey pun has been avoided. Example: They show covers of monkey-themed magazines like Rhesus Digest and U.S. Zoos and World Report. Some of the articles: TV show spoof: MONKey (the compulsive detective) A MAD Look at Humans (from a monkey's point of view) MOMA, the Museum of Monkey Art (famous works of art like Gorilla with a Pearl Earring) Snappy Answers to Stupid Questions that humans ask monkeys Items for sale on monkEYBAY SPider monkeY vs. SPider monkeY An ad for eHarmonkey A Bananas Republic monkey-fashion catalog For those of you who dare to read something printed, I recommend issue #488 of MAD. If you think monkeys are funny or like corny jokes, you'll have your fill of both. Don't forget to hide it inside your physics book so nobody knows you read such silly stuff!