Sunday, July 15, 2012

Walter White says...

'I guess what I would wanna say is, to look on the bright side. First of all, nobody on the ground was killed, and that, I mean, an incident like this, over a populated urban centre, that right there, that's, that's just gotta be some minor miracle, so. Plus, neither plane was full, you know, the 737 was what, maybe two thirds full, I believe, right, yes, or maybe even, three quarters full, at any rate what you're left with, casualty wise, is just the 50th worst air disaster. Actually, tied for 50th. There are, in truth, 53 crashes throughout history that are just as bad or worse. Tenerife, is anybody, anybody hear of Tenerife, no? In 1977, two fully loaded 747s crash into eachother on Tenerife. Does anybody know how big a 747 is, I mean it's way bigger than a 737, and we're talking about two of them. Nearly 600 people died in Tenerife. But did any of you even remember it, at all? Any of you? I doubt it. You know why? It's because people move on. They just move on. And we will too, we will move on, and we will get past this. Because that is what human beings do, we survive. And uh, and we survive, and we, we overcome. We survive, and we survive...okay, good.'

-Walter White, (played by Bryan Cranston, 'No Mas', written by Vince Gilligan, Breaking Bad, created by Vince Gilligan, 2010)

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