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3.2: Mar 2015, The Mad Men Issue. Shut the door and have a seat as we explore performance in Mad Men – and not just the performances from the cast. Whether they’re changing their identity, performing their gender, or pretending they’re not as messed up as their parents, everyone’s acting like something they’re not. But there’s no false advertising here – our Mad Men issue is the real deal.

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Jon Hamm Gave His Bonnaroo Artist Wristband To A Chattanooga Waitress - Stereogum
Basically, Jon Hamm and Zach Galifianakis won Bonnaroo. Neither of them were officially scheduled to perform at the festival, but they both spent most of Saturday like some sort of comedy Batman and Robin, popping up at various places to do silly things like sing "We Are The World" or feed gummy bears to Belle And Sebastian before disappearing just as quickly. As it turns out, however, the superheroics didn't end there. After their busy day on Saturday, Hamm and Galifianakis stopped in for a bite at the Tupelo Honey Café in Chattanooga, TN, some 70 miles away from the festivities in Manchester. The two celebs struck up a conversation with their waitress, a Chattanooga local named Abby Swartz, and as they were getting ready to leave, Hamm took off his Bonnaroo wristband and handed it to Swartz, saying, "Take this wristband and go to Bonnaroo. This will get you anywhere you need to go." When she asked him if he was serious, he responded affirmatively and told her to "go to Bonnaroo and