The moral to learn from Breaking Bad [Image]

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Touche.

Any other takeaways from Breaking Bad? Let us know in the comments below!

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  • ursa-1

    thanks for your understanding but i don’t have the time or the energy to deal with religious zealots who think the bible was written by/for/about some fanciful god.

  • j0hnboy75067

    [@ursa-1]

    No, not kidding about Coulter. I am sorry you don’t recognize the truth of the Bible.

    I thought Ann Coulter laid out the moral ramifications of Breaking Bad (which was the topic of this article) very well. I can see how if you doubt the veracity of the Bible why you would disagree with her conclusions.

  • ursa-1

    r u kidding regarding the coulter crap? “Because the Bible tells the truth…”

  • j0hnboy75067

    I like what Ann Coulter had to say about it. Check her column here:
    http://www.anncoulter.com/columns/2013-10-02.html#read_more

  • Coyote

    Sorry, got a little off topic. I realized watching the show that after about episode 5 (when he was offered by a friend to pay for all his treatments) that this was about a guy just wanting to fight death, the system, and all the trappings of normal life.

  • Ashraf

    [@Seamus McSeamus] Oh no you didn’t!

    [@Coyote] o_O

  • Seamus McSeamus

    My takeaway is “what’s all the fuss about?” I watched the first few episodes when the show started and just couldn’t get into it.

  • Coyote

    No, the real moral of the story is that medical costs and legal fees he had to pay would require the income equivalent to drug traffickers and major king pins. If Walt had decent health-care (which he likely did starting out, his son was treated his whole life for MS) he wouldn’t have to stoop to such a level. Teachers on average make more than most people, cops, firemen, gov’t workers even. The economy is no longer scaled to what the average person makes, the required surgery and treatments would be expensive even for a multimillionaire.