Breaking Bad, North Korean Style..

Looks like I have a spoiler for fans of Breaking Bad. Walter White doesn’t die or quit, he sets up shop in North Korea! Shit, if I lived in a collectivist paradise like North Korea, I too would do drugs. I wonder who is playing the role of Jesse in this freak show out in NoKo.

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  1. mikedomi39

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  2. Section8

    deny racism even exists (Trayvon Martin),

    Plenty of racism. Mostly brought on by left leaning white boys living in the suburbs who wouldn’t dare drive to the inner city much less move there to support black owned business and think blacks are more like pets that need to be taken care of more than anything else. How’s your 40 years of liberal dominance in the inner cities working out?

    whining about how Obama created a “Survellaince state” (That Bush really created, and Lee bemoaned at the time),

    Sure, and why not bemoan it now? That’s the point isn’t it? But now your hard on for bemoaning has wilted even though the surveillance state has greatly expanded. Nice ignorant thought process there.

    and Pointing out how Solar power is not ready for prime time, while ignoring that the right wing did everything it could to keep it from advancing.

    Evidence for this is? Stating the technology isn’t there for a realistic replacement at this point isn’t even close to trying to prevent the technology.

    We’ll see you in a few months for more stupid accusations. Take care.

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  3. CM

    Stating the technology isn’t there for a realistic replacement at this point isn’t even close to trying to prevent the technology.

    Trying to make out the anyone is suggesting solar replaces everything is woeful. But that’s what those threads are always about.

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  4. balthazar

    Ahh…Had to stop in after a long time away just to see how the paranoid Right is doing. Seem like ya’ll are struggling due to the low level of comments. Warms my heart. I do have to agree with Alex regarding the overblown Obama rodeo mask thing, but, as usual, the far righties here then move hard to starboard and deny racism even exists (Trayvon Martin), whining about how Obama created a “Survellaince state” (That Bush really created, and Lee bemoaned at the time), and Pointing out how Solar power is not ready for prime time, while ignoring that the right wing did everything it could to keep it from advancing.

    Enjoy your fantasies!

    I knew there was a reason we didnt hang out anymore, too fucking bad you never had balls enough to say shit like this to peoples faces mike.

    Trayvon Martin WASNT a racism thing, just because you married a black woman, that doesnt give you some vast insight into the mind of others.

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  5. Seattle Outcast

    Trying to make out the anyone is suggesting solar replaces everything is woeful. But that’s what those threads are always about.

    Is that what you think? No, the arguments are about if solar is an economically viable industry without massive government handouts to both the manufacturers and the purchasers.

    Despite left-wing eco-fantasies about “green power”, it isn’t a viable part of the economy because the technology isn’t to the point where it needs to be. Considering that Obama made massive campaign promises, and payola, based on “fundamentally restructuring” the American economy/society by massive shifts away from proven power sources to various “green” technologies that don’t exist, you can see why it gets slammed whenever yet another story arises about how another Obama crony that received many millions of $$$ has gone down the shithole.

    For every solar, or “green”, power success story, there are about ten thousand that tell the opposite story.

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  6. InsipiD

    Why is it that the more I know about North Korea, the less it seems like such a place could exist on my Earth?

    And lulz at the threadjacking.

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  7. HARLEY

    Whoa? Who farted?

    The Norks have been cranking out crank for some time now to fiances, their regime.. no surprise that is commonly available on the streets of Pyongyang, when Bread is more scarce…

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  8. Mississippi Yankee

    Where does the average N. Korean find the disposable income to buy meth? Or is this “go power” being stolen from their employers/government?

    With an almost inexhaustible work force putting crystal in the factory drinking water makes perfect, but evil, sense.

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  9. InsipiD

    Where does the average N. Korean find the disposable income to buy meth? Or is this “go power” being stolen from their employers/government?

    That’s what I mean. Anyone with access to the ingredients to make meth has access to ingredients that would make it easy to sabotage the government and ease escape.

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  10. CM

    Is that what you think? No, the arguments are about if solar is an economically viable industry without massive government handouts to both the manufacturers and the purchasers.

    Apparently no energy industry is economically viable without public money. Why is renewable energy being picked on all of a sudden?

    Despite left-wing eco-fantasies about “green power”, it isn’t a viable part of the economy because the technology isn’t to the point where it needs to be. Considering that Obama made massive campaign promises, and payola, based on “fundamentally restructuring” the American economy/society by massive shifts away from proven power sources to various “green” technologies that don’t exist, you can see why it gets slammed whenever yet another story arises about how another Obama crony that received many millions of $$$ has gone down the shithole.

    Of course it’s a viable part of the economy.
    Which specific technologies promised by Obama “don’t exist”?
    Is there a list of these “Obama cronies”? In the example of Solyndra those complaining didn’t apparently notice that there was a large conservative backer as well.

    For every solar, or “green”, power success story, there are about ten thousand that tell the opposite story.

    I doubt that very much. Every time a property is set up with renewable power, it’s part of a success story.

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