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    The words “pizza taxi” may seem totally random to you, but to me and two of my best friends, Dani and Jaime, it’s a symbol of our crazy, unpredictable friendship. In the novel, How to be Bad, the three main characters, Jesse, Vicks, and Mel, resemble us in many ways; fears, personalities, beliefs, and relationships. My friends and the book crew of girls are perfect examples of how opposites attract. The resemblances start with Jaime, and Jesse being an uptight, thoughtful, “Christian Pants”, Dani and Mel are both quiet, kind-hearted girls that just want to make everyone happy, myself and Vicks can both put up tough girl facades, and try to be needless to help others. Jesse can be described as a “Christian Pants”, she won’t swear and sees…

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    The words “pizza taxi” may seem totally random to you, but to me and two of my best friends, Dani and Jaime, it’s a symbol of our crazy, unpredictable friendship. In the novel, How to be Bad, the three main characters, Jesse, Vicks, and Mel, resemble us in many ways; fears, personalities, beliefs, and relationships. My friends and the book crew of girls are perfect examples of how opposites attract. The resemblances start with Jaime, and Jesse as being an uptight, thoughtful, “Christian Pants”,…

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    death it is fair to ask why there is such a strong difference in viewing death? Obviously, a simple answer would be to just state that the cultures are different, however, when thinking of death in terms of being good or bad the different cultures add insight to the discussion. How one group of people can celebrate something that others fear and believe to be the worst thing in the world highlights the difference in opinions and how focusing on different aspects…

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    Breaking Bad Analysis

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    industry to create the next big hit is fierce; it seems as though new shows assault our televisions in a ceaseless stream. Despite this influx of shows, it oftentimes feels as though nothing exceptional is offered to viewers; ideas are simply reused instead of created. Every now and again, however, audiences are wholly captivated by a show with a brilliance that far surpasses its competitors. When thinking of notable shows-- both older and more recent ones-- several come to mind, but throughout…

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    Walter White Breaking Bad

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    Breaking bad is a television show that follows a chemistry teacher who lives in New Mexico with his life and son. The protagonist, Walter White , is diagnosed with stage 3 cancer early on in the series and is given only two years to live. In order to secure his families financial state, White decides to enter into the world of drugs and crime. The series goes on to explore the daily life of White and his right hand man, Jesse Pinkman, and all of their adventures as drug lords. The show also…

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    The crime, drama, thriller, television series Braking Bad has been awarded the Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Drama Series, Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama series, Golden Globe Award for Best Television Series and several more awards in 2014. I recently begin watching Braking Bad and I am obsessed with this Television series. The director Vince Gilligan and editing team of the television series have me bowing down like if they were goddesses. The Television…

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    Sin Theme In Breaking Bad

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    We are all sinners. Although humans might try not to sin, they eventually give in at one point or another. While some people are unable to avoid destiny, the power of free-will allows them to decide how they will respond to sin. Some people tend to respond with guilt and regret, while others have no sign of remorse on their face. Vince Gilligan, an American producer and director, created the drama series Breaking Bad. His television show expresses the idea of sin by exposing the follies of…

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    Vince Gilligan’s American crime drama television series called Breaking Bad can be categorized as an addiction for many viewers. Walter H. White can be considered as a genius chemist, but instead of working as a scientist and earning his well deserved fame and money, he works as a chemistry teacher in an Albuquerque, New Mexico High School. His already pathetic life is turned upside down after being diagnosed with stage three terminal lung cancer, and given a short amount of time left to live.…

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    Walter White Breaking Bad

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    Breaking Bad is an AMC American crime drama television show created and produced by director Vince Gilligan. The show follows 50-year-old protagonist Walter White, a miserable, overqualified high school chemistry teacher, along with his wife, Skyler, their 15-year-old disabled son, Walter Jr, and an unexpected baby on the way. The White’s are first introduced to the viewers as a classic American, middle class family who appear to be struggling financially. In the very first episode, Walt is…

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    Walter White is one of the main characters in the TV series Breaking Bad. In the first season, the character of Walter White undergoes a tremendous transformation. In general, the first season is about discovering how close Walter White can get to “Breaking Bad”. This growth and development of his character are critical because the life he embarks on is one that demands that he adapts to new traits to prosper and most importantly, to survive. For example, for the transformed from a poor…

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