by Winsip Custer CPW News Service
Kim Kardashian's reality show is not Mad Men's star, Jon Hamm's, cup of tea. Hamm believes that the current contribution of today's reality television to American culture is to less than zero.
Felix Ferbolimine of the Television Critics Group, or TCG, says that Hamm is more on target than a slab of Kosher bacon if there was such a thing. "If you could find Kosher bacon, Jon's assessment would go with it like a couple of fried eggs from a Samuel Cohen Levi chicken....whatever that is. Jon Hamm knows through his work on Mad Men what a blithering cabararet of deceptions, snake oil concoctions and twisted psychological machinations the whole television, advertising and entertainment industry really is...which is why he trys to get away from it by not Tweeting or social media networking," said Ferbolimine whose father was the world's leading recycler of used cigarette tobacco.