posted on Oct, 1 2013 @ 02:41 PM
The only thing Illuminati about the final episodes is Walt's former Gray Matter partner taking credit for Walt's contribution to the company. We all
know how commonplace it is for big shots to take credit for someone else's work.
This blogger needs to take a bottle of pills and crawl back under his rock.
Incidentally, I think the Gray Matter interview was a ploy to flush out Walt.
edit on 9/23/2013 by Restricted because: (no reason
That was in the second to last episode.
Also, to the 322 thing.... was that really his house number? If so, good catch. Weird coincidence.....
That said, I think by now many of us realize the claim in the OP is pretty much BS. Not that most of us ever would have thought otherwise. lol Though
I will say, the show does give a particular view of that.... industry. Sure, it can be violent. Especially the upper echelons of the hard drugs trade.
But it's rarely that
violent unless you're a member of a street gang, or dealing with the Mexican mob.
IMO one of the most accurate elements of the show was probably the inclusion of Gus Fring. IRL this is how some of the biggest drug dealers /
smugglers in the land operate. Under heavy cover, that is, and with a very respectable, public-friendly facade. The real kingpins (aside from the
Mexican Mafia type guys, of course) are often not full time drug lords, but pillars of the community. College educated folks, with real businesses
that they can launder the money through.
I suppose what's-her-name is portrayed similarly.
Anyway, I'm out before I attempt an essay about the IRL drug trade as it relates to Breaking Bad. lol