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post #496 of 702
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Originally Posted by Virginia Dandy View Post

Even if she thought they could afford it, what an idiotic move.
I know she meant well but really? You're going to pull the trigger on a major household purchase without consulting your financial officer husband? You think he's going to be OK with that even if he had Don or Roger's money?
Dumb bitch.

My mother did that to my father, except the car she bought wasn't for him and she didn't tell him about it. They were separated but still had a joint line of credit and he found out months later when the bank started calling him for money on a 40k line he'd completely paid off not 6 months earlier, that was now maxed out, and that he wasn't making payments on because he knew nothing about it. Coincidentally, my dad was a CA.
post #497 of 702
don has a ton of money from when they sold SC, he was an equity partner then and made several hundred thousand dollars. he also presumably made lots of money as a partner in the purchased firm (they kept giving him bonuses and more equity, right?)
post #498 of 702
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What a great shot.
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http://i.imgur.com/A3NtZ.png

Would love to see that in animated .gif format
post #499 of 702
+1. That's a powerful image. I believe that was the first episode where i saw snow falling behind the windows
post #500 of 702
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Originally Posted by Ace_Face View Post

Would love to see that in animated .gif format

 

http://i.minus.com/iEvucntExH6Rk.gif

post #501 of 702
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Originally Posted by violethour1951 View Post

http://i.minus.com/iEvucntExH6Rk.gif

Awesome. icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif

Is there a high-resolution for that screen shot of Lane looking out into the city?
post #502 of 702
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Is there a high-resolution for that screen shot of Lane looking out into the city?

 

Here you go:

 

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post #503 of 702
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Doesn't bode well for Peggy's appearance in the finale.
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Actors are always ending jobs. It isn’t a big deal in that sense. Also other people had left the show that had been there since the beginning. Elisabeth [Moss] left the episode before and she’d been there since the beginning. Michael Gladis (Paul Kinsey) left in season three [though reappeared for one episode this season]… Bryan Batt. People leave and it’s just part of it. They didn’t make a giant fuss.

http://www.thedaily.com/page/2012/06/05/060512-arts-jared-harris-ruiz/

Since I live close to my office, I can't count how many snowstorms or snow days where I was sitting in the office by myself with something alcoholic staring outside for inspiration. Personally, I think it's the best time to get work done.

Looking back, Cosgrove just doesn't want anything in life other than to get back at Campbell for outing him in the science fiction writing. Crane actually owns a dark suit and wore a white shirt, and Campbell has a lighter for Joan but doesn't smoke.
post #504 of 702
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Seriously, if she's actually gone, I think I'm done. Her character was that important to me. This show has been up and down for me, and that includes almost every character...except hers (and, of course, Bryan Batt's ffffuuuu.gif).
post #505 of 702
I wonder if we are going to see Sal again? I suspect that if we do, it will be even sadder than Kinsey's reappearance.
post #506 of 702
I rather doubt it. I held out hope for some time, but not now.
post #507 of 702
Well I thought we would never see Kinsey again either.

So this season started in 1966, but the latest episode was somewhere near the end of the year and we have two episodes left. I wonder if we are going to get The Summer of Love this season. Either that or Warhol and the Velvet Underground.
post #508 of 702
how old is Don? Born early 1930s so he must only be mid 30's right?

He seems to have come a long way since the Korean war - in 10-15 years he's made up an identity and become immensely successful at his field. I guess it speaks for his natural talent but damn, watching this show can make you feel like your careers going no where...
post #509 of 702
Have you watched this season at all? There was a pretty memorable episode or two that revolved around a milestone birthday of his...
post #510 of 702
He's 40. And Mr. Herbert may have missed one episode. Thought of that?
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