The Big Cultural Event tonight is the return of Mad Men after a hiatus of what seems like five years.
I’ll be watching, but not with great enthusiasm.
I mean, I like Mad Men and all, but it just seems like so much work.
There hasn’t been a new episode of Man Men since June . . . → Read More: In This Corner: I’ll watch Mad Men … but I’m not sure if I’ll enjoy it
Ah, nostalgia! Of course, I am a primate too, so I have suffered from this particular ailment, though I am loath to admit it. I call it an ailment, because like you humans in previous ages, we Neecknabians see excessive … Continue reading →
Frances Russell writes that the Mad Men who currently reside in Ottawa’s executive suites are destroying the Canada that their wiser forebears built after World War II:
In keeping with the world-wide market mania of the last two decades, Canada’s dominant political and economic ideology demonizes government and the state except as a tool . . . → Read More: Northern Reflections: Mad Men
Don Draper, circa 1965.
There is a lot of buzz pop cultural circles these days about the Sunday return of Mad Men, the wildly acclaimed but little watched (although it’s a cable hit, it would only be a minor hit on network TV) AMC drama about Madison Avenue-types in the 1960s. Mad Men . . . → Read More: In This Corner: Mad Men: The tobacco industry’s 60-minute infomercial.