Street Art of the Day

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Street Art of the Day
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From street artist ME, spotted on Rivington Street in NYC.

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Before He Was Jesse Pinkman of the Day

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Before He Was Jesse Pinkman of the Day
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Breaking Bad star Aaron Paul was a contestant on The Price Is Right in 1998, shortly after he moved to L.A. to make it big.

Jay Leno confronted the Emmy winner (and 2012 nominee) with the delightfully Pinkman-esque footage Thursday night.

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Gay Marriage PSA of the Day

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Bryan Cranston recruited his wife, Robin, and their daughter, Taylor, for a new gay marriage endorsement on behalf of Human Rights Campaign.

As if we needed another reason to heart him.

[towleroad]

Breaking Batman of the Day

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A brilliant mashup of Breaking Bad and the Batman films. Chris O'Donnell makes a great Jesse Pinkman, and look out for a special guest star at 1:45.

If you're not sick of Batman by now, that's good. He's having a big month.

[thanks, brian!]

Faking Bad of the Day

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This is how Bryan Cranston turns into Walter White/Heisenberg, courtesy a short-lived talk show from 2011 billed as "The Tonight Show of Albuquerque, New Mexico."

Season 5 of Breaking Bad premieres Sunday.

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Celebrity Endorsement of the Day

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Noted chemistry teacher/meth chef Walter White endorses some kid you've never heard of in an election for Student Body President. There's reportedly another video of "upstanding local businessman" Gus Fring endorsing the other candidate hidden somewhere on Facebook.

Whoever Maxwell Ulin is, the kid's got some powerful friends. Watch your back, Summer Kennedy!

[shortform.]

Breaking Bad IRL of the Day

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Breaking Bad IRL of the Day
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Breaking Bad IRL of the Day: A fire at a nursing home in Ohio that claimed the life of one person and left several others injured was caused by a meth lab explosion according to local authorities.

The lab was reportedly set up inside the room of a resident at the Park Haven Nursing Home in Ashtabula.

The lone fatality, 31-year-old