who finds the current fascination with the styles of Mad Men disturbing? The 60's were my formative years from middle elementary school through the university. Especially when I was in middle school (jr. high) and high school, the Madison Avenue Ad Man was the target of choice for much of the lampooning in Mad magazine. I look at the uniformly blah grey suits with narrow lapels and skinny dark ties and I hear Alfred E. Newman laughing himself sick in the background. This is so much what the later Counter Culture was countering, for heaven's sake, why would anyone give up the chance at style and color just to look like some three-martini-lunch egomaniac? Brrr . . .