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(Boston.com)   A NM shop is selling "Breaking Bad meth candy." It would appear some people have a problem with this   (boston.com) divider line 50
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2012-08-21 11:24:43 AM  
3 votes:
I'm going to go out on a limb and say that she will probably sell more of it, now that some people have a problem with it.
2012-08-21 02:06:06 PM  
2 votes:

Expolaris: And Mike is cool, but also the scariest guy left alive in the show


You misspelled "Walt." Mike is a long-tenured professional, or at least he was once and is now just starting to lose a step. While skilled at violent solutions and good at predicting opponents' behaviors, he is, at the end of it all, a professional with some work ethics. And he is, in his own way, averse to the violence -- "Go home, Walt." rather than just eliminating him.

Walt, on the other hand, is in way the hell over his head, has delusions about his own skill level and has no boundaries on how he will now react if backed into a corner. He's the scary one.

If Skylar overcomes her fear of violence, she may take the crown, 'cuz she has some dark places, too. And if the Purple Dipshiat snaps and goes nuts (Walt kills baby = Marie goes nuts and eliminates every person she can track down, including her own sister and nephew?), I wouldn't bet against her, either. But, right now? Walt.

Gonna be a -great- series end, fingers crossed.
2012-08-21 01:59:34 PM  
2 votes:

quatchi: 'It's just rock candy



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It's not rock candy, it's MINERAL candy!
2012-08-21 01:02:33 PM  
2 votes:

BarkingUnicorn: The premise I've read is "high school teacher with terminal lung cancer decides to provide for his family by making and selling the best meth in history." Seems far-fetched to me, and morally reprehensible. "Destroy countless lives so that your family can be more comfortable" is just wrong. Entertainment value does not redeem it.


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2012-08-21 12:43:03 PM  
2 votes:

Zarquon's Flat Tire: BarkingUnicorn: So you'd watch a well written, intense show about guys who do anything for money and get away with it? How about child porn producers?
I'm not calling for a ban on BB. I just wouldn't watch it or let my kid watch it. Its premise is far-fetched and morally reprehensible.
I know what "meth candy" is, and I'm sure kids do too. You know nothing about kids.

Good, it's not a kid's show. I'll agree though that the show doesn't do enough to show just how bad this shiat is. Currently I don't think any characters on the show actually USE meth.


probably not a lot of actual users, but they get the look right
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define what is enough? I couldn't find a picture of it but Jesse's house just before he finishes partying in the 4th season is pretty close.
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2012-08-21 12:21:38 PM  
2 votes:

BarkingUnicorn: and that leads to curiosity


Heaven forbid!!!! Curiosity in a child that requires a parent to (gasp) explain things!!!!


The horror
The horror
2012-08-21 05:31:04 PM  
1 votes:

schpanky: All the talk about how well-written the show is, how about how it's made? It's probably the most cinematic-looking show I've ever seen. From the direction, the editing, sound, etc, it's all top-notch.


Agreed. And it manages to walk a fine line of clever foreshadowing and callbacks / twist-connections without being beat-you-over-the-head-with-it (usually) cluebat-y or childishly simplistic ("see! see! We foreshadowed this!") Though they still lost points in the last scene of the last season -- if they had zoomed in on the plant WITHOUT A TAG, it would have been perfect. I think they chickened out to make sure everyone got it, and I wish they hadn't.

It's one of the few (maybe only?) TV shows where I have only watched each episode once... but could see myself actually going through them all again before the finale. I'd bet a fair amount of money that there are going to be a few *complete* "Oh, hellz yeah! I forgot about THAT!" moments in the last episode or two.

Unless, of course, Walt Jr. just puts down a snowglobe and heads off to school.

Butterflew: What's funny is after watching this show, I actually want to go to new Mexico because the scenery looks amazing :)


I agree: They do a great job with the scenery -- It's quite a lot of boring brown and gross, but there are pockets of Incomparable Beauty, and the show seems to capture that pretty well.
2012-08-21 05:24:34 PM  
1 votes:

DirkTheDaring: Some forums have a "Spoiler" button


Yeah, I am aware. But I actually like the strikethrough more (maybe just cuz this is the first I've seen it?). I find the spoiler-blanks disconcerting, harder to unhide and often impossible on a phone. Strike seems to be just obscured enough that it's easy to skip, but not so obscured that it's hard to read.

Me gusta. But I am weird.

Flat U. Lance: (how much can a baby hate)


I dunno. I've met some hateful, loud, smelly babies, man. Maybe you don't fly commercial?

Flat U. Lance: He is doing it for the ego. which is what his problem has been all along


I would argue that it's most definitely not been "all along." He had an ego about his science approach and thinking critically initially, perhaps, but he was doing what he had to do to help his family, and applying the power of thought to a poorly developed industry... and winning. *Then* he chalked up a few wins outside of science (but using science in creative ways) and his ego started getting big, and now it's just out of control. Killing Gus makes him think he's earned the position, but he really took a shortcut... mostly, the shortcut of Mike being out of town among other particularly useful circumstances.

I think the latest twist of turning down the $5m, despite Jesse's pleas and calm explanation may just be the end of the old, rational, defensible Walt. He's been sliding from very early on from 99% Walt : 1% Heisenberg, and is now at risk of losing any trace of Walt in that balance whatsoever.

So, the question becomes... when he's loading that gigantic gun into the trunk of his car, is he hellbent on a mission to reclaim his Walt-ness, or is Heisenberg all that is left and he's on a mission of self-preservation or destruction or revenge?

One of many aspects of the story that are rather, shall we say, uncertain as we attempt to assess the situation while we measure where it's going!
2012-08-21 05:14:34 PM  
1 votes:

stonicus: offmymeds: The Homer Tax: offmymeds: To be honest, I really don't know what kind of image people outside of NM have of this state (other than not realizing that we are, in fact, a state) due to popular TV shows like "Breaking Bad". I've never watched the show nor do I know anyone who does watch it. It just seems a reasonable assumption to me that exposure like this might lead some people to believe that the premise for "Breaking Bad" reflects normal conditions here.

If you don't watch "Breaking Bad" and don't know anyone who watches it, what basis do you have for your concern that it inaccurately reflects life in New Mexico?

You should watch the show, it's arguably the best television show ever. I'm not using hyperbole, either.

I'm not knocking "Breaking Bad". It's just not something that I would watch.

How would you know, you've never watched it?
And how can you make any statements about how the show reflects on life in New Mexico if you've never seen it, and don't know anyone who has seen it?


What's funny is after watching this show, I actually want to go to new Mexico because the scenery looks amazing :)
2012-08-21 04:54:21 PM  
1 votes:

browntimmy: I think of the Fly episode as more of a temporary insanity thing. Plus Walt isn't doing it for his family anymore, his family hates him. He's doing it for the power/his ego. And if he's going to expand his "empire" he's obviously going to need more than 2 guys helping him.


His family doesn't hate him. Skylar does. His son still "loves" him although he is bought off pretty consistently. His daughter loves him... (how much can a baby hate).... He is doing it for the ego. which is what his problem has been all along. So many opportunities to cut out reap a profit and solve his problems. but he keeps going.
2012-08-21 03:49:20 PM  
1 votes:

SFSailor: I'll not pick it apart as to save spoilers


OK, I'll do it: SPOILERS BELOW

Setting up a mobile lab inside a house known to have a vermin infestation goes directly against the entire episode when Walt refused to cook while there was a single fly in the lab under the lavenderia. 

*takes a breath*
2012-08-21 03:43:54 PM  
1 votes:

raygundan: They should be selling it food-truck style from a late-model RV that puffs yellow smoke from the roof.


Ya' know, the current cooking set up just makes no damned sense to me. I'll not pick it apart as to save spoilers, but I don't get why they didn't go back to an RV (or, if they wanted to be fancy, a more sophisticated mobile rig), at least for the short term.

To be generous, I think it was a sign that Walt's nowhere near as clever as he thinks he is, and it's going to doom him. But I worry that it was a clumsy setup to introduce a character or two.

Then again, every time I think "clumsy," I am biatchslapped by a later episode. So....
2012-08-21 02:30:48 PM  
1 votes:
I was extremely hesitant to watch the show. Every preview I saw and every review I read made it sound like a show I didn't want to watch. I didn't watch The Sopranos, I don't enjoy gritty violent shows like that. But a friend convinced me to try Breaking Bad. I will admit it took me most of the first season to get into it, and then I was hopelessly hooked.

The writing is stellar. The path the story takes you on is a remarkable one you'd never take on your own. The hubris and struggles the main characters go through all the while being as realistic as possible is simply amazing. It doesn't glorify drug sale/use, if anything it gives the viewer umpteen graphic reasons why drugs are bad and why you should run away screaming from the entire industry.

About the candy, people (mostly parents) get their knickers in a twist over every little thing these days. I grew up with candy cigarettes, chewing Big League Chew while in the outfield, drank the occasional beer with pizza with my folks, and had toy guns and plastic syringes. I turned out into a well adjusted 32 year old who doesn't drink, smoke, or do drugs. Just because I ate candy cigarettes didn't mean I didn't try every single day to hide my parent's cigarettes so they'd hopefully quit smoking, because I knew it was a bad habiatchildren aren't idiots, they know the differences between candy and the real thing.

That said, those donuts look freaking awesome. I'm stuck in Bumblefark, Indiana...all we have are the basic donuts here. :(
2012-08-21 02:07:06 PM  
1 votes:

offmymeds: Dunno. There's a lot of TV shows that I don't watch for one reason or another, most of them on NBC. Not that I'm saying "Breaking Bad" is as inane as NBC programming, it's just that, like I said, it's not a program that I'd be interested in watching.


Interesting. When something doesn't interest me, I can usually verbalize why. I'm really not trying to pile on. I honestly don't care if you watch it or not. It's not a network show, so it's not dependent on ratings. It's over in 10 more episodes whether you watch it or not.

I just think you're doing yourself a massive disservice by not even trying the thing. I could see even "Oh I watched the first three episodes and it didn't do anything for me," but "I didn't try it at all because I don't think I would like it" seems weird. Again, it's up to you. But this is the best show in the History of television, IMHO.

And I take television far too seriously, so that's not a moniker I bestow lightly.
2012-08-21 01:53:56 PM  
1 votes:

Abner Doon: The results and side effects of the drug business are shown to be extremely negative in just about every way.


Exactly. If anything, it's actually very anti-drugs as a series.

It depicts the meth trade as a horrible, violent, brutal, savage thing, it shows how dangerous and risky production is, and it basically constantly says that meth is a very bad thing, sold by very bad people, and you're better off to just stay the fark away.

People get caught up in the idea of it being a show about a man trying to get rich off of meth and don't realize it doesn't glamorize it like a lot of 80's movies did with the cocaine trade, it gives a very gritty and non-glamorous look at being a meth cooker/dealer.
2012-08-21 01:52:11 PM  
1 votes:

Mr.Hawk: This thread needs more donuts 

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2012-08-21 01:48:11 PM  
1 votes:

BarkingUnicorn: Entertainment value does not redeem it.


Hey, you!

chuckpalahniuk.net

You couldn't be more wrong. But you sound like a blast at parties.
2012-08-21 01:34:41 PM  
1 votes:

Expolaris: Go find this place and buy some we gotta see if these donuts are legit.


As far as Rebel Donut. They have a facebook page. http://www.facebook.com/RebelDonut Could probably get them to ship.

Albuquerque has long had a bad rap thanks to our friendliness with the Cops series. The transvestite trucker episode ? Albuquerque.
Previous mayors have banned Cops from filming.

The influx of Albuquerque Location based shows are petering out thanks to a change in the film industry tax incentives. We used to enjoy the show "In plain sight" It was a good show as well.
Now we enjoy Breaking Bad. I watch it with my 17 and 14 year old. We discuss the subject matter. Relate it to reality, and they form their own conclusions. They have seen the Nat Geo specials, the 48 hour specials on meth. They don't see BB as glamorizing the use, or the sale, or the manufacture of the drug, or any drug use. They are not interested in becoming any of the characters, no matter what the "payoffs" may be. (Although my 14 year old has expressed his like of Mike, who I admit is a cool customer).
The show has yielded some good economic run off.. they have a Trolley based tour of the city that does a Breaking Bad tour. They tour all of the popular locations of the filming of the show. And those tours are often sold out.
So it is no surprise that candy meth and BB based donuts pop up. Heck my kids will forever see the Pontiac Aztek as Walts car.
2012-08-21 01:27:06 PM  
1 votes:

Mugato: germ78: There is only one character in the show who seems in line for redemption. I hope he is given it in the end.

/there is a lot of religious symbolism around Jesse in the show

What's wrong with Hank? He deserves a happy ending away from that shrill wife of his.


He has and always will be his own end. His endless pursuit of Heisenberg has nearly killed him on more than a few occasions. He's survived assassins, bombs, and the kingpin his superior's doubting him. To have come this far and suffered this much, he's willing to give anything to see the case closed. Once he knows it is Walt the last barrier of trust he had will be destroyed. His own need for retribution for all the chaos Walt has caused will bring him to the edge.

On a happier note. MOAR METH DONUTS.

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2012-08-21 01:20:30 PM  
1 votes:

Dow Jones and the Temple of Doom: MorePeasPlease: EdNortonsTwin: Candy cigs were so much fun, we rode our bikes to a near-by hotel and bought the real thing out of vending machines. We were the cool kids. Hurray for marketing shiat to children.

Funny, I loved candy cigs and never did that, nor smoked.
Hooray for being raised properly, I guess?

/got nothin'

Yeah, I used to eat candy cigarettes and Big League Chew, but I've never smoked a real cigarette or anything. Seems like you'd have to be kind of a moron to start smoking cigarettes because of candy.


Or because of a cartoon camel.
2012-08-21 01:18:38 PM  
1 votes:

MorePeasPlease: EdNortonsTwin: Candy cigs were so much fun, we rode our bikes to a near-by hotel and bought the real thing out of vending machines. We were the cool kids. Hurray for marketing shiat to children.

Funny, I loved candy cigs and never did that, nor smoked.
Hooray for being raised properly, I guess?

/got nothin'


Yeah, I used to eat candy cigarettes and Big League Chew, but I've never smoked a real cigarette or anything. Seems like you'd have to be kind of a moron to start smoking cigarettes because of candy.
2012-08-21 01:14:31 PM  
1 votes:

EdNortonsTwin: Candy cigs were so much fun, we rode our bikes to a near-by hotel and bought the real thing out of vending machines. We were the cool kids. Hurray for marketing shiat to children.


Funny, I loved candy cigs and never did that, nor smoked.
Hooray for being raised properly, I guess?

/got nothin'
2012-08-21 01:14:23 PM  
1 votes:

Flat U. Lance: Now I root for Jesse. His head is in the right place.


There is only one character in the show who seems in line for redemption. I hope he is given it in the end.

/there is a lot of religious symbolism around Jesse in the show
2012-08-21 01:12:20 PM  
1 votes:
At first I thought Barking Unicorn was a pearl clutching moron. Now I think they're just trolling us.

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2012-08-21 01:04:21 PM  
1 votes:

BarkingUnicorn: "Destroy countless lives so that your family can be more comfortable" is just wrong. Entertainment value does not redeem it.


Oh my God dude, get over it, no one cares.
2012-08-21 01:04:04 PM  
1 votes:

offmymeds: What part about "It's just not something that I would watch." don't you understand? From the promos I've seen for the show, it's not something that I find interesting.


It was the "you don't know actually what it is" part. But, on further reflection, I am sure I have denied myself from watching some shows for the very same reason.


The premise I've read is "high school teacher with terminal lung cancer decides to provide for his family by making and selling the best meth in history." Seems far-fetched to me, and morally reprehensible. "Destroy countless lives so that your family can be more comfortable" is just wrong. Entertainment value does not redeem it.

Some of the greatest stories every told are morally reprehensible. And it's not quite as clear cut as "I have cancer? Oh well, off to the meth lab." He kinda falls into it and gets sucked into the amount of money the news shows these dealers making. His intent was to do just enough to pay off a list of bills he had (insurance for his family, rent, etc...) His original goal was to earn a specific amount of money ($737,000) and that was it. One of the greatest parts of the show is watching this sympathetic character slip and fall into his dark world, seeing him seduced by the temptation of money, power, and legacy. A theme prevalent is 1000's of tv-shows and award winning movies.
2012-08-21 01:03:46 PM  
1 votes:

BarkingUnicorn: The premise I've read is "high school teacher with terminal lung cancer decides to provide for his family by making and selling the best meth in history." Seems far-fetched to me, and morally reprehensible. "Destroy countless lives so that your family can be more comfortable" is just wrong. Entertainment value does not redeem it.


By your logic, Scarface, The Godfather, Goodfellas, Casino, New Jack City, or any other Mob / Gang Movie have no redeemable entertainment value. The story is much more complex than that of "Chemistry teacher makes meth to support family." Some of the plot lines are over the top. But it is entertaining. I used to root for Walt, now... not so much. Used to feel for Skyler... now not so much. Now I root for Jesse. His head is in the right place.
2012-08-21 01:03:21 PM  
1 votes:

offmymeds: MorePeasPlease: offmymeds: So's the Bible. What's your point?

The point may be why single one out then?

Well, Shakespeare, the Bible and Breaking Bad are all fictional but, just for the sake of argument, let's take the Bible as an example of socially unacceptable behavior that some people use as an excuse to commit acts of murder, betrayal, incest, war, etc. Who's to say that Breaking Bad might not serve the same function to someone who's not playing with a full deck?


man does this thread suck or what
2012-08-21 12:50:50 PM  
1 votes:

skinink: Jeebus,why is a Farker whining over the content of a fictional show? Shakespeare's stuff is all about murder, incest, backstabbing, betrayal, war...all the worst attributes of humanity.


So is the bible. These people are seriously off their rocker and not even worth the effort of arguing with.
2012-08-21 12:41:50 PM  
1 votes:

BarkingUnicorn: stonicus: BarkingUnicorn: When I first heard of BB my reaction was, "You've got to be farking kidding me!" Never watched it. Why is it so popular?

If my kid came home with a bag of "meth candy" I would hit the roof. Kids play pretend games with stuff like this, and that leads to curiosity I do not want him to satisfy. Not to mention the Gestapo at school. I don't like meetings and expulsions.

It's just a well written, intense show.
As far as "meth candy", it's just rock candy: crystallized sugar.
Beware: sugar looks like cocaine!

So you'd watch a well written, intense show about guys who do anything for money and get away with it? How about child porn producers?

I'm not calling for a ban on BB. I just wouldn't watch it or let my kid watch it. Its premise is far-fetched and morally reprehensible.

I know what "meth candy" is, and I'm sure kids do too. You know nothing about kids.


If a show about child porn producers was well written, yes I would watch it. Breaking Bad in no way glorifies the meth world. Don't wanna watch it? Cool... Don't want your kids to watch it? Cool... I'd prefer more people watch it so I have more people to discuss it with, but it's 100% totally your choice. I think I have a similair attitude about reality shows... hehehe...

Why do I know nothing about kids? I used to be one ya know... never once thought my candy cigarettes were real.
2012-08-21 12:37:30 PM  
1 votes:

skinink: Jeebus,why is a Farker whining over the content of a fictional show? Shakespeare's stuff is all about murder, incest, backstabbing, betrayal, war...all the worst attributes of humanity.


So's the Bible. What's your point?
2012-08-21 12:34:49 PM  
1 votes:
Jeebus,why is a Farker whining over the content of a fictional show? Shakespeare's stuff is all about murder, incest, backstabbing, betrayal, war...all the worst attributes of humanity.
2012-08-21 12:30:57 PM  
1 votes:

BarkingUnicorn: stonicus: BarkingUnicorn: When I first heard of BB my reaction was, "You've got to be farking kidding me!" Never watched it. Why is it so popular?

If my kid came home with a bag of "meth candy" I would hit the roof. Kids play pretend games with stuff like this, and that leads to curiosity I do not want him to satisfy. Not to mention the Gestapo at school. I don't like meetings and expulsions.

It's just a well written, intense show.
As far as "meth candy", it's just rock candy: crystallized sugar.
Beware: sugar looks like cocaine!

So you'd watch a well written, intense show about guys who do anything for money and get away with it? How about child porn producers?

I'm not calling for a ban on BB. I just wouldn't watch it or let my kid watch it. Its premise is far-fetched and morally reprehensible.

I know what "meth candy" is, and I'm sure kids do too. You know nothing about kids.


The premise is far fetched? The premise is essentially that drugs exist, and that some people make them, including the main character.

Also, I'm really not sure how the show is morally reprehensible. None of the characters are set up as heroes or role models in the slightest. The results and side effects of the drug business are shown to be extremely negative in just about every way.
2012-08-21 12:27:39 PM  
1 votes:

BarkingUnicorn: So you'd watch a well written, intense show about guys who do anything for money and get away with it? How about child porn producers?



If it was well written, well acted, fictional and didn't show the children in sexual scenes, then why not?

I'll take a wild stab and guess that you probably don't watch Dexter.
2012-08-21 12:27:12 PM  
1 votes:
No, New Mexico is not considered a major "tweaker" state despite Breaking Bad. We do have the Black Tar Heroin capital of the U.S. in the Espanola Valley area, and major alcohol probelms in Gallup and other Rez areas, and the most littered can in Northern New Mexico is Bud Lite ("Butt Wipe"). But Meth is seen as more of a redneck/trucker/hillbilly drug, while the major drug problem here remains booze and DUI (no surprise!) Lots of kids use cannabis (no surprise there either), as "Marijuana" has been considered a "Mexican" problem forever thanks to Reefer Madness and the Hearst and Anslinger lies about it. New Mexico is one of the 19 or 20 states to have a Medical Cannabis program, and ours is considered a national model of a well run program (although our TeaBagger Rethug Governor has tried to kill the program through her lackeys efforts in the legislature). Not to say that meth isn't a problem, it's just that like crack, meth is seen as a very destructive drug as compared to the better alternatives - especially cannabis!
2012-08-21 12:26:15 PM  
1 votes:

BarkingUnicorn: So you'd watch a well written, intense show about guys who do anything for money and get away with it? How about child porn producers?

I'm not calling for a ban on BB. I just wouldn't watch it or let my kid watch it. Its premise is far-fetched and morally reprehensible.

I know what "meth candy" is, and I'm sure kids do too. You know nothing about kids.


Good, it's not a kid's show. I'll agree though that the show doesn't do enough to show just how bad this shiat is. Currently I don't think any characters on the show actually USE meth.
2012-08-21 12:21:43 PM  
1 votes:
If this was a black kid selling "blue meth candy", he would be in a jumpsuit real quick.
2012-08-21 12:18:22 PM  
1 votes:

radarlove: As a recent transplant from Fort Collins CO to Los Alamos NM, I can positively verify that even this sleepy berg has a far worse drug problem than the Fort, and the Fort is a college town surrounded by and flooded with booze.

I can only imagine ABQ is worse.


I wouldn't know. I live in Edgewood, about 35 miles east of ABQ. I hate having to go into ABQ. for a number of reasons, traffic conditions being just one of them. As long as I'm here, I'm going to go ahead and slightly revise my former statements by saying that the people in ABQ. all drive and act like they're on drugs of some kind. Not sure if it's meth, though.
2012-08-21 12:09:40 PM  
1 votes:

offmymeds: To be honest, I really don't know what kind of image people outside of NM have of this state (other than not realizing that we are, in fact, a state) due to popular TV shows like "Breaking Bad". I've never watched the show nor do I know anyone who does watch it. It just seems a reasonable assumption to me that exposure like this might lead some people to believe that the premise for "Breaking Bad" reflects normal conditions here.


If you don't watch "Breaking Bad" and don't know anyone who watches it, what basis do you have for your concern that it inaccurately reflects life in New Mexico?

You should watch the show, it's arguably the best television show ever. I'm not using hyperbole, either.
2012-08-21 11:44:11 AM  
1 votes:

BarkingUnicorn: When I first heard of BB my reaction was, "You've got to be farking kidding me!" Never watched it. Why is it so popular?

If my kid came home with a bag of "meth candy" I would hit the roof. Kids play pretend games with stuff like this, and that leads to curiosity I do not want him to satisfy. Not to mention the Gestapo at school. I don't like meetings and expulsions.


It's just a well written, intense show.
As far as "meth candy", it's just rock candy: crystallized sugar.
Beware: sugar looks like cocaine!
2012-08-21 11:42:20 AM  
1 votes:
When I first heard of BB my reaction was, "You've got to be farking kidding me!" Never watched it. Why is it so popular?

If my kid came home with a bag of "meth candy" I would hit the roof. Kids play pretend games with stuff like this, and that leads to curiosity I do not want him to satisfy. Not to mention the Gestapo at school. I don't like meetings and expulsions.
2012-08-21 11:33:06 AM  
1 votes:
But no one does anything about this addictive stuff being sold on practically every corner.

www.wholesalechili.com
2012-08-21 11:30:15 AM  
1 votes:

quatchi: Expolaris: Even Aaron Paul knows these donuts are addictive.

TY for pics! They do look good.

[Homerdrool]


I wish there were more beyond those pics. I would totally eat the shiat out of them, i bet they taste amazing.

That being said, i can see why some people wouldn't want an actual association with Albequeque and Meth, but for what it's worth they seem to be handling it well. At least the guy actually named Walter White wasn't arrested in the city.

Also, delicious donut pictures from Atlanta just because i think you need to homer drool more.

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(Sublime Donuts - Atlanta)
2012-08-21 11:25:26 AM  
1 votes:
i.imgur.com
2012-08-21 11:21:45 AM  
1 votes:

Mugato: It would appear some people have a problem with this

And those people would be called "assholes".


This.

Real meth isn't blue. Even if it was blue, this is candy.

Civilization is circling the drain when a complaint like this draws anything but contempt, scorn, and mockery.
2012-08-21 11:20:24 AM  
1 votes:

vicejay: From the store in our building... [i816.photobucket.com image 720x597]


I didn't know they sold those anymore. I used to love those as a kid.
2012-08-21 11:19:21 AM  
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ExperianScaresCthulhu: It's the same sort of irresponsible as alcohol in baby bottles.and companies capitalizing on 'grape drank'. Don't sell to kids.


Calm down.
2012-08-21 11:13:19 AM  
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Expolaris: Even Aaron Paul knows these donuts are addictive.


TY for pics! They do look good.

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2012-08-21 11:10:06 AM  
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quatchi: A new doughnut shop on the city's northeast section, the Rebel Donut, is selling ''Blue Sky Breaking Bad'' doughnuts, fully equipped with blue sugar rock sprinkles on top of a vanilla-iced caked doughnut. The two-month old store has been selling it since the shop opened and regularly sells out.


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Even Aaron Paul knows these donuts are addictive.
2012-08-21 08:56:58 AM  
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It would appear some people have a problem with this

And those people would be called "assholes".
 
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