Resistance

drunkonstephen:

Jon Stewart on Chicago’s deep dish pizza.

This is the worst thing Jon Stewart has ever said. Death upon him. DEATH

ivanrodero:

Heisenberger
resistance47:

WHAT WOULD DEXTER DO?



Wow thanks for reblogging and removing my links for where you can purchase this!!NOT!

resistance47:

WHAT WOULD DEXTER DO?

Wow thanks for reblogging and removing my links for where you can purchase this!!

NOT!

WHAT WOULD DEXTER DO?
Prints, iPhone cases, T-shirts at society6

WHAT WOULD DEXTER DO?

Prints, iPhone cases, T-shirts at society6

three-degrees-below-social:

Vincent and the Doctor

breakingbadamc:

To see my other illustrations, you can go here : https://www.facebook.com/hcvisuals

Thanks for sharing ;D

breakingbadamc:

To see my other illustrations, you can go here : https://www.facebook.com/hcvisuals

Thanks for sharing ;D

breakingbadamc:

Warning: Objects in these animated Breaking Bad posters can be extremely hazardous. All bad things must come to an end. 

touchyoualways:


fangirl challenge - 7 character deaths [4/7] (in no particular order)↳charlie

touchyoualways:

fangirl challenge - 7 character deaths [4/7] (in no particular order)
charlie

gq:

GQ’s Badasses of the Year:The Men of Breaking Bad
Our culture critic Tom Carson on the AMC meth-dealer-in-the-desert epic’s ensemble cast and its mesmerizing fourth season. A quick bit from Carson below. His full take is here.

With just one season left to go, Breaking Bad has shifted  from being all about Bryan Cranston’s triple-Emmy’d (so far) lead  performance to the best ensemble show on TV. This year, we were spun  around four compromised points of the male compass: brains (the  increasingly Machiavellian Walt), ego (Giancarlo Esposito’s drug kingpin  Gus), heart (Aaron Paul’s Jesse, Walt’s reluctant sorcerer’s  apprentice), and pure testosterone (Dean Norris as Hank, Walt’s  DEA-agent brother-in-law—who’s got a supernally wise dark-side twin in  Jonathan Banks, Gus’s head enforcer). Which one we get off on most says  as much about us as picking our favorite Beatle.

[Photograph  by Robert Maxwell]

gq:

GQ’s Badasses of the Year:
The Men of Breaking Bad

Our culture critic Tom Carson on the AMC meth-dealer-in-the-desert epic’s ensemble cast and its mesmerizing fourth season. A quick bit from Carson below. His full take is here.

With just one season left to go, Breaking Bad has shifted from being all about Bryan Cranston’s triple-Emmy’d (so far) lead performance to the best ensemble show on TV. This year, we were spun around four compromised points of the male compass: brains (the increasingly Machiavellian Walt), ego (Giancarlo Esposito’s drug kingpin Gus), heart (Aaron Paul’s Jesse, Walt’s reluctant sorcerer’s apprentice), and pure testosterone (Dean Norris as Hank, Walt’s DEA-agent brother-in-law—who’s got a supernally wise dark-side twin in Jonathan Banks, Gus’s head enforcer). Which one we get off on most says as much about us as picking our favorite Beatle.

[Photograph by Robert Maxwell]

I found Peewee Herman’s Tricycle

I found Peewee Herman’s Tricycle