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May 17, 2012

Speaking with genius pal, Angela, about which of the snoball pitches were best. I thought Peggy’s was the most subtle and funny. She pointed out that it’s only funny to people who read the New Yorker which probably isn’t the same group of people who want Snoballs. We both agreed that hearing Don Drape ‘do’ a devil voice was sad and made us feel like lonely space monkeys adrift in an uncaring void. Ginsberg’s, Angela, said was the best because it was the most youthful. The most in touch with a juvenile sense of glee and naughtiness. He is a big threat. 

7:26am  |  42 notes   |  jews |  Ginsberg |  snoball |  season 5 |  Mad Men Unbuttoned 
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