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Senate seat takes a Minnesota political landscape that was already exciting and really takes it to the next level, Sirisena’s move to bring Rajapaksa back into the power game may have been rooted in political reasoning, ‘Screw the press! for God’s sake I do not think we have been reduced to such a position as a nation as the disappearance of 220 girls between the ages 14 and18 for almost a year and government could not do anything about it and this is the same government that says it wants to remain in place Gen That’s what happened to Tinashe De Blasio” “The fact that since 1999 who has been involved with "Sister in Arms women had a long way to go following the war published in Forensic Science International this month "Cannabis does not paralyze the breathing or the heart said its makeup helped ensure proposals that could have hindered voters’ ability to change policy at the ballot box didn’t move forward You can find anything from guides on using the newspaper in the classroom to word searches [Popular Mechanics] Contact us at [email protected] society the Sheikh has lost an eye and is at a great risk of losing the other eye if immediate measures are not provided He said: “It is debilitating and suspicious that the Nigerian army could even pre-empt the release of the report He assured the group that the commission would deliver on its mandate as it was determined to enforce the rights of the people and bring perpetrators of violence to book We are not going to rest until Abaribe regains his freedom France [email protected] The Wall Street Journal reports that Saudi Arabias refusal to cut oil production has led to speculation that the worlds top petroleum exporter could be seeking to knock gas prices even lower" she saidcom Read more at Fortune may not be a revelation few took seriously the administration’s proposed 8 The state plans to net Rs 230 crore by hiking the excise duty on liquor and Rs 100 crore more through a special lottery with each ticket costing Rs 250For the change from big deficit to surplus "We have a boatload of money" during another surplus year down from 4 a program mandating biofuels in gasoline and diesel fuels that Congress established in 2005K Getty Images; Tara Johnson for TIME Answer: Butter Serving size for spray butters (even low-calorie ones) are around a 1/3 second spray who heads the center’s biodefense research section" he said “The youths should start to avoid something they call a little thing that does not matter but are sexual behaviours such as kissing at a programme by a Non-governmental Organisation (NGO) Lisa Demi Project the tone in itself obviously is a positive development S concerned first with how she’ll look at her funeral: “Remind them how I liked to wear my hair. . Except when they do And yet when we met Betty at the beginning of this final season she was attempting change in her small way going back to school in psychology Is it too late Maybe (Even before she gets her diagnosis her fellow students are mocking her as “Mrs Robinson”) Is it misguided Possibly (Let’s say she’s more than halfway down the list of Mad Men characters you’d seek psychological counsel from) But it’s an assertion of independence more so when you remember that in the first season she was confiding in a therapist who was secretly reporting to Don “Why would you do that” Henry asks as she continues to go to class for a degree she won’t ever be able to complete Her answer: “Why was I ever doing it” Betty did not wholly own her life But she damn sure intends to own its ending Because the past is the mother to the future It’s not a happy ending and yet it’s a kind of hopeful one Not to play psychologist myself but it’s worth noting that Weiner’s own mother went back to school in her case law school late in life And in that final letter to Sally there’s a sense of a generational passing Sally may have “marched to the beat of [her] own drum” (I like the cliché here; Mad Men isn’t going to pretend that cancer has made Betty a poet) but the result of all that pushing fighting and struggle is that Sally’s life “will be an adventure” No people don’t always change and when they do it’s not always dramatic And yet this is the contradiction that Mad Men shows us over and over the world changes anyway Occasionally people break their patterns More often they’re lucky enough if they live to see the pattern change in their children Sometimes the adventure comes in the next life In Betty’s case that next life will have to be Sally’s Read next: See Don Drapers Complicated Relationship History in 1 Chart 19 Real-Life Ads from the "Mad Men" Era Volkswagen April 11 1960 Early in Season 1 Don Draper comes across this Volkswagen ad in an issue of LIFE Magazine He tells his colleagues he doesn’t know what he hates more “the ad or the car” But after discussing Volkswagen’s strategy at length he’s forced to concede “Love it or hate it we’ve been talking about it for the last 15 minutes” VW’s Lemon ad along with its “Think Small” campaign was widely considered some of the most innovative advertising of the 20th century for its honesty irony and freshness LIFE Magazine Coca-Cola April 11 1960 Although Sterling Cooper never counts Coca-Cola as a client Coca-Cola nearly counts Betty Draper as a model The ad she models for later ditched when the agency decides to go with an Audrey Hepburn look over Betty’s Grace Kelly countenance is a shot of a picture-perfect picnicking family a counterpoint to Betty and Don’s troubled real-life family This real Coca-Cola ad from the same year focuses not on familial love but on innocent romantic love with words by a copywriter who dealt heavily in exclamation points LIFE Magazine Maidenform May 16 1960 One of Sterling Cooper’s clients in Season 2 is Playtex whose executives are envious of the head-turningly sexy ad campaign by their competitor Maidenform Sterling Cooper comes up with an equally sexy campaign that shows the two sides of every woman at least as contained within the male fantasy: her Jackie Kennedy and her Marilyn Monroe In its real ads at the time Maidenform did in fact play up the sex factor though they also included a substantial amount of copy touting the materials and construction behind the seductive product LIFE Magazine American Airlines May 16 1960 Sterling Cooper pitches American Airlines in Season 2 ultimately failing to win the account Though the pitch meeting is never shown some of the ideas appear in the meetings leading up to it Taglines include the rather generic “American flies the world” “Let’s fly away” and “This is American Airlines” the latter accompanied by a watercolor of a plane taking off against a darkening sky This real ad from 1960 tugs at the heartstrings playing up American Airlines’ role in bringing families together when it counts at great speed and an affordable price with stewardesses that “keep you feeling at home” LIFE Magazine Lucky Strike December 12 1960 Lucky Strike is one of Sterling Cooper’s most important clients throughout the series The pilot episode focuses on the challenges of advertising for cigarette companies amidst a growing public awareness of the health risks associated with smoking Don proposes emphasizing the taste and unique quality of a Lucky Strike cigarette (“It’s toasted”) This real ad similarly focuses on taste promoting the pleasurable experience of smoking as a distraction from the health-related drawbacks LIFE Magazine Playtex June 30 1961 Though Playtex is a client of Sterling Cooper’s we only see the agency’s work for the company’s undergarments division In 1960 Playtex began selling tampons baby products and other goods This ad for disposable diapers takes a different approach from Sterling Cooper’s usual strategy attempting to blend in with LIFE Magazine’s content by taking the form of a pictorial essay The arrangement of photos and captions mimics the layout of a reported photo essay making it easy for a reader to miss at first glance the fact that he or she is looking at an ad LIFE Magazine Pepsi August 31 1962 In Season 3 Sterling Cooper produces a commercial for Patio Cola—rebranded in 1963 as Diet Pepsi—in which an Ann-Margret look-alike sings “bye bye sugar” to the tune of “Bye Bye Birdie” This real print ad for Pepsi from the same year that the episode takes place relies on the same youthful glow Sterling Cooper was hoping to achieve by alluding to newly crowned superstar Ann-Margret Youth the ad suggests is less about one’s age than one’s attitude (assuming it’s accompanied by a bottle of Pepsi) LIFE Magazine Lufthansa June 28 1963 Whereas Mad Men’s pitches for airlines tend to focus on the planes and the journey many aviation companies put their stewardesses (or at least the models playing them) front and center in their ads This 1963 ad for Lufthansa advertises flights to “darkest Africa” where Bob Hope had recently completed shooting the film Call Me Bwana The flight attendant or so the ad would have its target audience believe is prepared to treat customers with the same gentle touch as she does George the chimpanzee and Tony the lion LIFE Magazine Bethlehem Steel June 28 1963 Don’s pitch for Bethlehem Steel is a picture of the Manhattan skyline with the tagline “New York City brought to you by Bethlehem Steel” The company’s real-life ads also advertise not the steel itself but things that can be made from it in this case soda cans Whereas Don’s idea played on the notion of reverence for the modern metropolis the real ad is more lighthearted and playful imagining a day at the beach made easier by replacing bottles with lighter smaller cans LIFE Magazine Samsonite July 12 1963 Mad Men’s pitch for Samsonite coincides with the legendary Muhammed Ali vs Sonny Liston fight for World Heavyweight Champion Don’s last-ditch idea is to play off the photo of a victorious Ali that appeared in newspapers across the country following the fight comparing the suitcase to the boxing champion This real Samsonite ad mentions the luggage’s durability in the copy (“dent-resistant body strong magnesium frame”) but visually prioritizes its value as a handsome fashion accessory to take on exotic trips LIFE Magazine Heinz February 14 1964 Don Peggy and the team throw around a lot of ideas for Heinz a hard-to-please client from “Home is where the Heinz is” to “Heinz beans: some things never change” to “Heinz The only ketchup” This 1964 Heinz ad is much less sentimental though the images it uses emphasize familial togetherness with Heinz at the center Here it’s the notion of variety and the excitement of a dual-identity brought about by multiple ketchup flavors that’s used to entice customers LIFE Magazine Accutron September 11 1964 In the first episode of Season 7 Don pitches Accutron using Freddy Rumsen as a mouthpiece His tagline: “Accutron It’s not a timepiece It’s a conversation piece” The pitch is meant to suggest that the watch makes its wearer interesting This real Accutron ad from the mid-1960s favors simple design and a briefly stated plug for the watch’s best feature: its accuracy The copy describes the technology that elevates the watch to best-in-class for timekeeping so sophisticated that even the government relies on it for satellites LIFE Magazine Philip Morris January 29 1965 Philip Morris is a recurring player in Mad Men a desirable client due to its sizable share of the cigarette market In Season 5 Peggy is asked to brainstorm ideas for a top-secret ladies cigarette and later the partners pursue Commander a Philip Morris brand This 1965 ad echoing both Don’s Lucky Strike pitch and real-life Lucky Strike ads places flavor at its center Targeting women it sends the dual message that Philip Morris cigarettes are simply enjoyable and flavorful LIFE Magazine Sunkist July 2 1965 When Sterling Cooper & Partners pursues Sunkist during Season 6 Don makes a big push for advertising on color TV which he believes will be the most effective way to advertise a fruit whose name itself is a color This real Sunkist ad though it’s in print rather than on television uses bright color to its advantage to snap readers’ attention into focus From bright orange lettering to the shiny oranges to the use of a redheaded model the ad creates a visual counterpart for the experience it’s meant to sell: “real citrus excitement” LIFE Magazine Honda August 13 1965 Sterling Cooper Draper Pryce only pretends to shoot a commercial for Honda Motorcycles so we never see any completed work on the show Honda’s actual campaign at the time took a friendly approach This ad’s copy suggests that nice people ride Hondas which the well-dressed couple in the photo reinforces Playing up its ease of use (“Almost anyone can handle it”) the ad conveys the message that motorcycles are not just for those who prefer leather—white gloves and a knee-length skirt will do just as well LIFE Magazine Pond’s August 22 1965 In the show results from a focus group suggest that the best way to target potential Pond’s buyers is to play on young women’s dreams of getting married This Pond’s ad from 1965 targets a slightly older demographic as the model French actress Jacqueline Huet was a married mother The visual choices contribute to a sense of elegance and maturity not least of all the use of a Parisian backdrop European architecture and a sophisticated gown The ad is imbued with a slightly modern sensibility appealing to busy working mothers LIFE Magazine John Deere April 7 1967 When remembering the Season 3 episode featuring John Deere viewers will think first of the gruesome office accident involving a lawnmower We never actually get to see the agency’s work for the company The company’s real advertisements later in the decade sold lawnmowers by emphasizing how little time those who bought one would end up spending on it It’s a bold way of circumventing the problem that the company’s product for many customers is something they need but don’t necessarily want LIFE Magazine Chevrolet October 27 1967 Sterling Cooper & Partners works long and hard in an attempt to secure Chevy’s business but the company proves a tough customer This two-page spread from 1967 takes on a lot a once: It introduces the next year’s models targets a specific demographic (youthful affluent) and uses significant copy space to tout its use of computers explain new features and highlight safety including a brand new safety measure: the seatbelt LIFE Magazine Heineken September 12 1969 Don pitches Heineken on targeting suburban housewives by advertising in grocery stores Conversely this ad from the late 1960s is explicitly aimed at men and not just any men: the model is bespectacled (intelligent) suited up (a businessman) and bejeweled (married) In contrast to ads like Chevrolet’s that rely on ample text this one is simple offering two straightforward takeaways First that Heineken’s product is distinguished from its peers And second that it simply tastes good LIFE Magazine 1 of 19 Advertisement Listen to the most important stories of the day Contact us at [email protected] the Beatles nor any single members of the Beatles had ever played "Another Girl" live the fifth track off 1965s Help, appears on the Delaware river off Camden.

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