3:00 pm, January 13th | by Colette McIntyre
Don Draper would have us believe that happiness is “a billboard on the side of a road that screams with reassurance that whatever you’re doing is ok”…but do any of us actually believe what we see on billboards anymore? According to this infographic from Mashable, the answer is “no.”
3:00 pm, September 29th | by Laura Donovan
Ever watched a cinematic office tell-off (“Horrible Bosses,” anyone?) and said, “Man, I wish I had the guts to do that.”? Well, it’s probably best that you don’t emulate the unprofessional behavior of your favorite fictional characters, especially if they happen to be on “Mad Men.” A new infographic by Rocket Lawyer illustrates the legal problems of some of the things that have happened on the program.
6:15 pm, July 11th | by Laura Donovan
Eighty thousand dollars a year sounds amazing even to teens of today, so “Mad Men” character Don Draper would seem like a high-paid guy.
9:32 am, March 22nd | by Amy Tennery
We already explored how much Don Draper might have made if he were alive today. (We’re guessing it’s a lot.) And since the “Mad Men” premiere is right around the corner (yay!) let’s do a little more Drape-ish math: How much would it cost to actually be your favorite, wildly offensive, womanizing Don Draper?
10:55 am, January 17th | by Hillary Reinsberg
“Sexist Don Draper” as Internet meme — too much? Or at least, not that funny.
If you watch Mad Men, you know women are hugely undermined in the 1960s workplace of Sterling Cooper. And leading man Don Draper is often behind the sexism. It’s all for historical accuracy, and to a certain degree, entertainment value. But do we really need an Internet meme complete with sexist Draper-isms?