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    Quote Originally Posted by luka View Post
    Breaking Bad is all about reclaiming masculinity
    Not to me, I thought it was rather about the betrayed (or the "we feel betrayed") and under pressure middle class. But then, I am old fashioned and regard "class" to be way more important than "gender" and all the other fancy modern mambo jambo.

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    Quote Originally Posted by vimothy View Post
    My opinion is that these amateurs could certainly take a few lessons in trolling from Luka
    Thanks mate!

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    Quote Originally Posted by firefinga View Post
    Not to me, I thought it was rather about the betrayed (or the "we feel betrayed") and under pressure middle class. But then, I am old fashioned and regard "class" to be way more important than "gender" and all the other fancy modern mambo jambo.
    ^typical cisbourgeois
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr. Tea View Post
    ^typical cisbourgeois
    A badge I wear with honour

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    Pffft.

    Surely it's only a matter of time before there's a Campaign to Destigmatize Self-Touch telling us we shouldn't be using 'wanker' and 'jerk-off' as insults, and a Parent-Child Love Acceptance League trying to discourage (or reclaim?) the word 'motherfucker', and...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr. Tea View Post
    And Fight Club before that, of course.
    I interpreted Fightclub differently as well, as a take on the lost ability to feel your body "directly", a call back to experience "reality" instead of prefabricated "reality" in mass media. Of course today, when bilions of people subsitute their real life with their artifical existance on twitter and facebook, Fight Club appears to be even more radical (at least to me).

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