Fans of the longtime defunct satirical magazine Spy have reason to rejoice today. According to The Observer’s Dan Duray, Google has digitized every issue Spy has ever released and organized them in an archive for all to access. Those of you who are interested in taking a trip down memory lane and reading some classic spoof articles on Hillary Clinton’s true gender and the sexy side of Martha Stewart can check out the entire Spy catalog here.
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