Posts Tagged ‘Breaking Bad’

Never mind. They pulled it. It was funny. So sorry.

Hope everyone is well.

The link might not last long but a fun Bryan Cranston loop around from Walter to Hal from Malcolm in the Middle.

Breaking in the Middle.

I thought it was funny as hell. Requires knowledge of BB for the creepy second half to make sense.

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Lots of dust around here.

It is dusty from the housework. And it is mold season. I chopped a bucket of onions. Cat dander makes my eyes itch. Stubbed my toe.


Safe to say I feel like a heel for thinking today was a bad day.

I didn’t put myself in front of you to have you feel bad for me,” he says at the beginning of the film. “I put myself in front of you to let you know you don’t need to feel bad for me. I want you to know me. This is my life, and progeria is part of it. It’s not a major part of it, but it is part of it. – Sam Bernstein

No Sam, I don’t feel bad for you, you obviously have loving friends and family and are touched by grace. I do feel sad for the things you won’t do, and I feel sad about all the people that will not see you for who you are.

My weak spot is for kids and those who are the underdog. So yeah, this is a dusty damn house.


Ok, in a bold move to dissociate myself from humanity, I will post this, too.

LEGO Walter White and Breaking Bad meth kitchen


I have Cruel Wife firmly hooked into The Walking Dead and we are roaring through them at a rate of 2-3 episodes a night. She no longer flinches when a walker head goes kerblooey in a splash of black goo. I keep telling her it is a chick flick with dead people.


And to totally offset my karma, I bring you…. Kinect pr0n, and it is NSFW.


Now for some laughs.


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Malo… malo…

Our satellite receiver is dead.  Of all the times to go dead… TODAY is the first episode of the season for Breaking Bad.  Oh, the humanity…


Okay, this kind of attention-whore grin is the sort of thing that requires the woman to be locked up in restraints until such time as her baby can be taken away and given to someone that isn’t so obviously ****ed in the head.

Sorry, but there you are.

Thank you, DailyMail, for giving us a nice pic of smiling Emma Veness, pathetic attention-whore


#1 on page 2… I heard about this place as a kid and desperately wanted to go there.  Now I read about how deadly dangerous the place was.

Please, if you have been there, could you tell us about what you thought of it overall, whether you got creamed by any part of it, and what you thought was the scariest ride? 


Yes, I’m cranky lately… why do you ask?

Great, more water police.

McCartney speculates that the “8 cups of water a day myth” is being propagated by bottled water companies that are out to make a profit.

McCartney notes that a new international health initiative called “Hydration for Health,” which promotes drinking more water for a healthier lifestyle, is sponsored by Danone, which markets the Evian and Volvic bottled water brands.

“There are many organizations with vested interests who would like to tell doctors and patients what to do. We should just say no,” she says

McCartney argues that there is no high quality published evidence to support claims that drinking increased amounts of water offers benefits. She says reports that increased water can improve concentration and mental performance in kids, for example, have not been confirmed by research studies.

While there are some health conditions that do benefit from drinking more water, such as in people with recurrent kidney stones, the fluid’s ability to prevent disease is conflicting, at best, she says.

A number of experts were quick to lash back.

In comments sent in to BMJ.com, Caroline J. Edmonds, a senior lecturer at the School of Psychology at the University of East London said she knows there is “well established literature” about the negative effects of dehydration on mental skills, both in adults and in children, which McCartney didn’t mention.

Absolutely, yes, it is known that dehydration is bad for you.  But who the hell determined that everyone needs the same amount of water to remain hydrated?

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