We are now in California. Our bags? Not so much.

Where are they?

No, seriously, I’m asking: WHERE ARE THEY?

Because exactly zero are where I am.


Welp, we don’t have to worry about Delta anymore!

Because they shook us off their boot, onto a US Airways flight!

So now we’re somebody else’s problem!

Do you think we’ll ever get our bags? The ten we checked? Because we were here for six weeks? Me neither!

Laugh! Laugh!


Dear Delta,

I usually love you. I do. I use you whenever I can, I have your SkyMiles Amex, and I request your flights whenever I am being flown for work.

However, I’m not quite as excited about the reroute boner you pulled on me, My Lovely Wife, our two kids, and our five billion bags.

When you send an email changing our flights, rerouting us through a different city, and shortening our layover, it’s one thing. When you include in that email a note saying, “you may miss your connecting flight,” it’s another.

But THEN, when you delay our “new” flight, thereby guaranteeing that we miss our second flight, and stick us in Portland for four hours, following the almost-two-hour-delay in Minneapolis, well, that’s a bummer.

I realize people have had a shit travel season, and that this is probably the smallest type of inconvenience we could have encountered, but I am sitting here right now, and it’s annoying.

Love,
Rich

Dear Delta,

I usually love you. I do. I use you whenever I can, I have your SkyMiles Amex, and I request your flights whenever I am being flown for work.

However, I’m not quite as excited about the reroute boner you pulled on me, My Lovely Wife, our two kids, and our five billion bags.

When you send an email changing our flights, rerouting us through a different city, and shortening our layover, it’s one thing. When you include in that email a note saying, “you may miss your connecting flight,” it’s another.

But THEN, when you delay our “new” flight, thereby guaranteeing that we miss our second flight, and stick us in Portland for four hours, following the almost-two-hour-delay in Minneapolis, well, that’s a bummer.

I realize people have had a shit travel season, and that this is probably the smallest type of inconvenience we could have encountered, but I am sitting here right now, and it’s annoying.

Love, Rich


Hoo boy. Sometimes I forget about the Internet.

What I tweeted:

"I have no idea if there will be a season 5 of MM. I am operating under the assumption that there won’t be, until I hear otherwise."

What I meant:

I am aware that all parties involved are currently negotiating the next season of Mad Men and beyond. Nothing official has been stated yet as far as a pickup, although it is a safe bet — very safe bet — that the show will return in its usual fashion.

That being said, as an actor who used to be unemployed a lot, and as a father of two, I choose to operate under certain pretenses, until I hear otherwise. Meaning: until I get my official pickup, I am squirreling away money and seeing a shrink to help me cope with being in this business. I will return to calm when we get the official word.

In the future, I will try to remain a bit more clear on statements like this. I did not intend to start the shit storm I’ve clearly started, and I did not intend to ruin anyone’s day, fans and coworkers alike.

That is all. Retreating to my hole now. Goodbye.


1)Why is your character on Mad Men so awesome? 2) Was your character in The Devil Wears Prada supposed to be gay or just metro?

romee

1) Because the Mad Men writers are awesome.

2) I don’t think it matters, but no, not supposed to be gay.


Fuck you for freezing up this morning, and forcing me to do a full restore.

Fuck me for not backing up my phone for 1.5 months, so that I lost 75% of the photos ever taken of my infant son.

Hate, Rich


In the event of a zombie apocalypse... which character from the Mad Men universe do you think would be the last man or woman standing?

pleasantscreams

Paul Kinsey. I’ll bet he has some weird survivalist training. He would do something like that.


Desert island book?

realrealsoft

Either Replay by Ken Grimwood, or In the Lake of The Woods by Tim O’Brien. Tough call.


funnyordie:

Ving Rhames Wins Oscar for Piranha 3D

Elisabeth Shue presents Ving Rhames with his long-overdue Oscar, and he proceeds to go totally nuts.