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Marty Robbins · “El Paso” 

Breaking Bad finale episode’s title, Felina, is a reference to the 1959 song El Paso by Western music artist Marty Robbins. The song concerns an unnamed cowboy who falls in love with a woman named Feleena, gets shot by his enemies, and dies in her arms. The song plays in Walt’s stolen car in New Hampshire, and is later hummed by Walt as he assembles the M60.

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rosemary fries

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"I started from scratch. I made another, then another. And by the end of the semester, by box number five, I had built this thing. You should’ve seen it, it was insane. I mean, I built it out of Peruvian walnut with inlaid zebrawood. It was fitted with pegs, no screws. I sanded it for days until it was smooth as glass. And then I rubbed all the wood with tung oil, so it was rich and dark. It even smelled good. You know, you put your nose in it and breathed in… it was perfect.”

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Grace Kelly in Rear Window, 1954.

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Bookshelf Porn


Box with shell, c.1600-25, England, silver and scallop shell, Ashmolean Museum.

From the Ashmolean: 

This is the only silver box of this form known to incorporate a real shell. Claw and ball feet and lion’s mask handles occur as early as 1589.

Henri Fantin-Latour, rose trees white roses 1875

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Take a chance. Take a risk. Find that passion. Rekindle it. Fall in love all over again.
Bryan “Sneaky Pete” Cranston (via micdotcom)

Vince Gilligan and the cast and producers of “Breaking Bad” accept the award for outstanding drama series at the 66th Primetime Emmy Awards at the Nokia Theatre L.A. Live on Monday, Aug. 25, 2014

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