1. if a child runs out into the street, you grab that child. You don't have to know them. You don't have to have a child of your own. You don't even have to like children. You can be a Hatfield and the child could be a McCoy, but if he runs into the street, you grab that kid!
2. we tell each other when you don't need to pay for parking. Because fuck the parking authority! ALL PARKING AUTHORITIES! If you live in a town or know the parking restriction time limits in said town, you share that information with your fellow "parkers." If someone is about to pay for parking in center city Philadelphia on a Wednesday night, you let them know parking is free. That's what Jesus would do (if the quarters didn't slip through his hand holes).
3. KEEP YOUR TRAP SHUT! This one trumps ALL other rules. ALL OF THEM! To hell with that kid, he should have known better and this will be a tough lesson learned! And so what about the stupid $3.00 you paid when you didn't have to, maybe if you paid closer attention to things involving your car, you wouldn't have hit that kid that darted out in the street! No, rule number three is PARAMOUNT! NO one, and I mean NO ONE spoils the end of Breaking Bad!
Will Walter White live? Will he die? Will he ever buy a hat that doesn't look like one Cliff Huxtable would wear to the jazz clubs?
Couldn't find the hat photo...
With the emergence of Netflix and Hulu Plus and a slew of other ways to watch past aired television, so many of our fellow beings are still catching up on the Emmy Award winning "Best Drama" Breaking Bad. It is an unspoken pact we make as members of the human race, NOT to spoil a show such as this. The outcome is destined to be a "Rosebud" or an Intergalactic father/son relationship between the protagonist/antagonist. Simply put, don't be the asshole who says, "I'm the one who spoils."
I will be watching the show live. I killed myself over the summer getting caught up i n order to watch the fate of Walter White along side my fellow geeks. And then I'll follow number 3 and keep my trap shut. If you must "spoil" something, might I recommend another show that recently ended, Dexter. Of course to that I say GOOD LUCK, since the writers spoiled it somewhere around season 3.