Sterling's Gold

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  1. Anonymous says:

    Many years ago some advertising industry insider printed “Quotations from Chairman Jay”, a parody of Chairman Mao’s little red book.

    An advertising blogger has posted some choice quotes from his copy here: http://www.jayday.org/2004/02/quotations_from_chairman_jay.html

    I wonder if Sterling’s Gold will be the same thing.

  2. Nash Rambler says:

    Ah yes, I was just talking to Winston Smith down at the Ministry of Truth about this reissue.

  3. skeletoncityrepeater says:

    Ad Men 2: The Legend Of Sterling’s Gold

  4. Deidzoeb says:

    Best autobiography by a tv character since The Secret Diary of Laura Palmer.

  5. Tdawwg says:

    Ew, kind of wish they hadn’t done this. When Roger’s vapid wife gives him the book, it’s such a sad moment: here’s the book he’s been writing all season, but Roger’s revealed himself to be such an over-the-hill, scared, assholish guy, that the gift of the book reads more like the final nail in his coffin rather than as a culmination of his life’s work. And to have that lovely visual symbol defused by actually making it a book that the show’s fans can consume, well…. it kinda banalizes one of the most suggestive moments in the show for me. And the awfulness of the self-published cover, now repeated as commercial schlock: coulda left it in the show, folks. Wasn’t the Mad Men Cocktail Mixer app bad enough?

    That said, if perhaps Jon Hamm and John Slattery et al. took turns reading an audiobook, then it might be fun, regardless of the writing!

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