Dave: This is one of the greatest letters of all time, it’s so brief:
"Gentlemen, you have undertaken to cheat me.
I won’t sue you, for the law is too slow.
I’ll ruin you.
Sadly this photo has not been photoshopped at all and was from a recent Government press conference in which Bishop brought back the death stare, Abbott tried to look intelligent, Brandis shat himself and nobody put much thought into the slogan behind the three.
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David Tennant with his wife
David Tennant without his wife
I’ve been laughing at this for three years
Observations: “What was truly fascinating about that phone call was that if it was trolling the Bad Fan, it was also trolling me: the sort of feminist-minded sucker who took the speech at face value, for nearly an hour, until I suddenly realized, in a flash of clarity, that it was a fake-out for the police. (Skyler realized long before I did.) Once my analytical skills flared back into being, I was stunned by the moment’s effectiveness. I mean, on one level, that speech was just what it looked like: Walt venting every toxic feeling he’d ever had about his wife. On another level, it was the opposite: it was Walt pretending to be an abusive husband, as a gift to Skyler. It was an apology to her, as well as an attempt to get her off the hook legally, to honor Holly saying “Mama.” Walt’s language was pretty much a PowerPoint presentation of abuser behavior, designed to make Skyler’s case in court proceedings. And yet it still had the sting of catharsis, letting Walt say what he felt: that Skyler is a whiner, a nag, a drag, responsible for anything that happened to her. Like the Bad Fans who roam the Internet (and even some Good Fans, who can make a more reasonable case for disliking Skyler), he relishes calling her a bitch.”
– Emily Nussbaum in That Mind-Bending Phone Call on Last Night’s Breaking Bad (The New Yorker)
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Dave: So if you want to talk about the state of Cleveland, you have to talk about the Cuyahoga River, which runs through Downtown. It was so polluted that in the ‘50’s, 1952, it caught on fire for the ninth time.
Gareth: Now, Dave, I am not a smart man, and I’ve never claimed to be so, but one thing I’m not used to hearing is about water catching on fire! “Oh, what are we going to put it out with? Nooooo!”
The greatest #anime of all time. Gets better every single time I watch it #NeonGenesisEvangelion #Eva #Unit01