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Getting Older Made Me Mad at My Pants The post Getting Older Made Me Mad at My Pants appeared first on The Good Men Project.

Pete Hammond’s Emmy Handicaps 2016: Outstanding Drama Series

During Final Round voting, as TV Academy members cast their ballots for this year’s Primetime Emmy winners, Pete Hammond takes a closer look at the nominees in key categories. With Breaking Bad and Mad Men finally out of the way in the Outstanding Drama Series category, the field is more fluid and slightly less predictable than it has been. Show More Summary

‘No Hugging, No Learning’: How ‘Seinfeld’ Really Changed Television

“Anti-hero sagas like Mad Men, Breaking Bad, The Shield, and Californication may not appear to have much in common with a sitcom about four nebbishy New Yorkers. But Seinfeld‘s immense popularity proved to network executives that audiences could get on board with a show that didn’t necessarily end with a lesson and a group hug […]

Why ‘Halt and Catch Fire’ is a Good Period Piece — But Not a ‘Mad Men’ Level One

Like a certain other AMC period drama, on Halt and Catch Fire, work is never just work. It’s everything. HACF, which returns tonight for a third season, takes advantage of its 1980s tech industry setting to tell the story not just of personal computers branching out from the geeky margins into the mainstream, but of personal lives seeping into the […]

The young and the old help Dodgers end losing streak with 4-0 win over Reds

The distance between the two men can be measured in milestones. When the Dodgers drafted Chase Utley in 1997, Julio Urias was a nine-month-old toddler in Culiacan, Mexico. When the Dodgers signed Urias in 2012, Utley had already made five All-Star teams, anchored the Phillies to five consecutive...

Mad Men: Remaking the Past

This take in Prospect on Mad Men by Clive James, the UK-based Australian writer, critic and very much more, lurks behind a paywall, but, as with so much that James has written, it is very well worth reading in full if you have the chance...Show More Summary

Feminists Believe Men And Women Are THE SAME. They’re Not…And It’s OKAY.

I’m going to speak in generalities, as I know there are always exceptions to the rules in this case. So please, don’t get mad if I don’t point that out

The Ultimate List Of Flattering Makeup For Redheads

Photographed by Ian Barling. It's been an exciting few years for redheads: The gorgeous Julianne Moore won her first Oscar for Still Alice, Joan Holloway made her grand exit on the finale of Mad Men, and the Titian-haired sisters Adrienne...Show More Summary

People Are Still Really, Really Mad At That Straight Reporter Who Outed Gay Athletes In Rio

Check out what Twitter has been responding to Nico Hines' unethical outing of gay athletes. The post People Are Still Really, Really Mad At That Straight Reporter Who Outed Gay Athletes In Rio appeared first on The Good Men Project.

Making Stranger Things’ Title Sequence

Stranger Things’ title sequence is a perfect complement to the show’s ’80s aesthetic. Vox spoke with the folks who made the sequence, Imaginary Forces – who also made the openers for Mad Men, Boardwalk Empire, Jessica Jones, etc. – about their project.

This Is the 'Most Impressive Smartphone Ever'

We haven't seen this many rave reviews since Mad Men went off the air. Samsung's new smartphone, the Galaxy Note7, goes on sale Friday, and tech people are already drooling. Fortunately, the Note7 is waterproof.

Working while pregnant: To some employers, that’s apparently still a big problem

Two pregnancy discrimination cases — one by a spy, the other by a burrito maker — reveal practices right out of the Mad Men era

How to market yourself like ‘Mad Men

Sometimes the best advice comes from the most unexpected sources -- like your favorite TV shows. AMC’s hit series "Mad Men," which is set in the advertising world of the swinging '60s, has some of the most memorable quotes you’ll ever hear, and they’re surprisingly relevant to marketing today...

Not knowing drag's history gets RuPaul steamed, but so do politics, the media and mad men

At the end of each episode of Logo’s “RuPaul’s Drag Race,” the show’s host, judge and jury, RuPaul Charles, chooses two of the lowest performing contestants to “lip sync for their lives.”  If they survive, they make it to the next episode. If not, they famously “sashay away.”  A decision, mind...

Mad Men: Some boomers knew the glamor

Former ad man Paul Viau bid farewell to the golden advertising age. The post Mad Men: Some boomers knew the glamor appeared first on BoomerCafe.

Mad for MADtv

Catherine Wing of CultureSonar takes a trip down memory lane exploring MADtv's best comedy sketches. The post Mad for MADtv appeared first on The Good Men Project.

Is Europe Safe For Travellers This Summer?

Europe remains safe for travellers despite the string of attacks by terrorists and mad men, say travel industry professionals, who point out the continent is huge and diverse, besides, no country or continent in the world today can claim to be safer than others. “Europe remains safe,” said Tom Jenkins, CEO [...]

Foolhardy Dad Attempts to Load ATV onto Truck Bed

Mom is gonna be real mad when she finds out. The post Foolhardy Dad Attempts to Load ATV onto Truck Bed appeared first on The Good Men Project.

‘Mr. Robot’ – The 10 Biggest Questions from “Init1”

This Mr. Robot review was written by Corey Atad. There’s no question Mr. Robot’s second season has started off slow. It has engendered complaints. Impatience. The truth is, this is common for TV series in a new season. Mad Men, for example, frequently got complaints during the first few episodes of each season, with people […] The post ‘Mr. Show More Summary

Hillary's Blue Collar Strategy

How can Hillary Clinton counter Donald Trump's appeal to disaffected working class white men in the nation's Rust Belt? One of the ways Trump attracted support from that cohort was by quoting Secretary Clinton out of context. He made...Show More Summary

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