Why was Walter White a chemistry teacher instead of a professor?
Clearly good enough to teach university level stuff and it would've quadrupled his salary.
He was getting his phd at los alamos when he got all buttflustered about his buddy banging his waifu and quit. Walt made bad descisions from the earliest we see him. He literally impregnated and married the first girl that talked to him out of anger.
Walter was a prideful faggot; he could have had a partnership with his university friend but he allowed himself to get cucked from his work and his then waifu. He then spent the rest of his life doing a job he's severely overqualified for until he got cancer from his faggotry.
Works On All Fruits and Salads Edition.
i enjoyed watching the pilot. i was expecting a sitcom because the trailer made it look like it was a sitcom but i'm not disappointed it wasn't. i'm just looking for a show that's not an angsty soapie chick show like std or supergirl.
I guess he chose Plomo
What a disgrace of a country.
And people give shit to Trump for the wall.
And you know the best part?
Mexico City has fucked up crime statistic so they can say they're less dangerous than mainland US.
There was a thread about this yesterday
I reckon he scouted the wrong part of town
A place apparently known for over the top violence and stupid high murder rates
The irony is not that he got popped but that he went there expecting anything less
name me some horror movies that are not complete shit
Name a bigger JUST
Best combination right?
Replace Jack with Jessi.
I miss her so much, guys.
>If someone told neo-Nazis that Hitler denounced everything at the end, do you think they'd believe it?
Hmm. That's actually a good point, never thought of it that way.
But then he must have some alternate idea of what happened on the second Death Star... like what, does he think that Luke killed Vader?
Since most modern movies are made for people with ADHD...
What's your favorite slow-paced movie?
Mine is 2001.
Post your first truthful reaction when you saw him in TDK for the first time
>Heath Ledger is really good in this
>The writing is bad, especially the dialog
>The War on Terror subtext is stupid
>Nolan really struggles with action scenes... and not-action scenes
>Why does the movie start becoming a sequel to itself 110 minutes in.
What is the best comedy podcast?