Maybe now you’ll listen. Maybe now you’ll use your damn head. You know, you never believed in me. You were never grateful for anything I did for this family. "Oh, no. Walt. Walt, you have to stop. You have to stop this. It’s immoral. It’s illegal. Someone might get hurt." You’re always whining and complaining about how I make my money, just dragging me down. While I do everything. And now– now you tell my son what I do after I’ve told you and told you to keep your damn mouth shut. You stupid bitch. How dare you?

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irl-hoka:

did-you-kno:

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we know the numberswe can begin the process

irl-hoka:

did-you-kno:

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we know the numbers
we can begin the process

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  • baby: d-d-d-d
  • dad: daddy?
  • baby: destroy capitalism
  • karl marx: nice

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imageThis show received 42 emmy nominations.

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JESSE, JESSE PICK UP THE PHONE — Walter White in any given episode (via rodartequayle)

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zeusyallday:

so airplanes officially banned tweezers. honestly i think anyone that can hijack an airplane with a pair of tweezers deserves the airplane

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Every new Paul Thomas Anderson movie is an event, an experience – when the lights come up, you feel like you’ve been somewhere, and come back with your mind altered. Inherent Vice is a journey through the past, bringing the texture of the early 70s SoCal counterculture back to full blown life. It’s a wildly funny, deeply soulful, richly detailed, and altogether stunning movie. Kent JonesNew York Film Festival Director and Selection Committee Chair (via kpiarz)

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The train is the world. We the humanity. 

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Anonymous asked: just watched children of men. I thought it was good what about you?

andreii-tarkovsky:

I love it, i wish all the accolades gravity received, children of Men would’ve received them instead

Robert De Niro in Taxi Driver (1976).

Ryan Gosling in Drive (2011).

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You met me at a very strange time in my life.

You met me at a very strange time in my life.

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