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Donald Draper doesn't know how to keep business and pleasure separate, so instead he mixes them together like a cocktail (usually an Old-Fashioned). He does pour way too much of himself into his work, much to the suffering and ultimate collapse of his home life. But in the name of winning over clients, and getting a 'leg up' in the competition, he doesn't hesitant to shower them in sex, booze, and fine dining--the sex, of course, a personal contribution should the client be female. But Don isn't alone; it all seems to be the very nature of a business which readily endorses inter-office indecency, drinking and smoking on the job, and misogyny at all costs.