It’s a Mad Mad Mad Mad World

This headline-writing warmup exercise is brought to you by the 1963 Stanley Kramer directed classic by the same name.

But if there ever were a better time to say it’s a mad mad mad mad world, I’d rather be channeling Mel Brooks. Though Brooks had no part in the aforementioned flick (He was coming of age as the 2000-year-old man w/ Carl Reiner), dude is hilarious — and I am overjoyed to report that he is in production on Spaceballs: The Animated Series. Excpect it sometime next year on the Cartoon Network.

OK – have a great day, and as the promo button said, “may the schwartz be with you.” You’ll need the Schwartz for sure if you’re reading Brooks’ son Max’s book, World War Z, in which he survives zombie domination.

(And a Ferris Bueller stinger — on [Islamofasc]-ism, it seems — to roll out of bed to. Stay the course.