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So has anyone here had a "Walter White" experience they would like to share?

My first one was in the parking lot of a church located just down the street from me at 4am with my Escort Passport 8500 radar detector on. :icon_wink:
 

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So you guys are making meth in an RV? :)

I haven't had my WW moment, yet, I want to make sure that my end result is not like his.
 

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OK, Could someone enlighten me on what the heck is a "Walter White" experience.

Never heard of this term.

See Ya

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OK, Could someone enlighten me on what the heck is a "Walter White" experience.

Never heard of this term.

See Ya

Aircav
Hey there "Aircav"!

The "Walter White Experience" I am referring to in this thread is taken directly from a very iconic scene from the multi-award-winning AMC television series "Breaking Bad", featuring the amazing lead actor Bryan Cranston. See another post above for a FANTASTIC YouTube video of the behind-the-scenes filming of this particularly awesome (yet gut-wrenching) scene from the series. The main character (Walter White) buys his son a Challenger, but then (due to his wife's defiant proclamation) proceeds to take it out to an empty, remote parking lot and does tons of donuts and figure 8's and burnouts until he eventually crashes it, then decides to blow it up by setting the gas tank on fire (I cringe every time I watch this scene!). Please, PLEASE do yourself the favor of watching every single second of all 5 seasons of "Breaking Bad". It is one of the very BEST television series' to ever grace the small screen. I absolutely guarantee you will be SO very glad you did (or your money back)! :up_to_something:
 

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Thanks JasonQ for the explanation of what a "Walter White Experience" is and also to hdwrenchtx for the youtube video showing the actual WW experience.

Well I have to admit after two years of owning the Challenger I have never done the "Walter White Experience".

Now back in the days when we were taught that their were nine planets in our solar system and the Vietnam War produce the best soundtrack I did have some "Walter White Experience" in my 69 Roadrunner.

Now that retirement has now enter our lives me and the wife just like to take long leisurely trip to wherever the dart lands on the map board. I'll leave the "Walter White Experience" to the next generation.

Have Fun

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Walter White Moments, all the cool kids are doing it.............

 
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