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Doughy Hipco wrote James Watkins
Thanks. I thought i was going to tell everyone that.
One thing that people with um..."contemporary educations" don't realize is that the writers, directors and producers of all those hip and modern shows and movies actually study all the old classics. And they "borrow" a lot from them.
James Watkins wrote This poem was written in 1817. It was not created for watchmen or breaking bad. It fits because a tyrant will ultimately die, and the legendary art will be what remains.
Deborah Blood wrote Wait...Ozymandias was used in Breaking Bad? :-/ Had I known that, I probably wouldn\'t have purchased it because I\'m a \"kill your TV\" old hippie type, lol. But I\'ve loved this poem since I had to memorize it for class in 1969, so I guess I\'m glad I got it anyway. Great shirt, high quality, beautiful!
Tom wrote Even though I've watched Breaking Bad, this poem will always remain a Watchmen reference to me, as that's where I first came across it.
Meh wrote This poem was used in the graphic novel Watchmen, one of the characters was heavily inspired by this poem, and somewhat based off of it.
Tyler Dorcester wrote If you\'re a fan of this poem, read \"Lazarus\" by Leonid Andryev - though it\'s hard to decide if i should recommend a story that I\'d never pick up again. Messed me up, it did.
Laura wrote I thought this was a Watchman reference
Ev wrote I've never watched an episode of Breaking Bad and I had no idea that this poem is a reference to that show. I thought the one who came up with this design is just a Percy Bysshe Shelley's fan...Anyway, it doesn't make this poem less beautiful.
Morgan wrote Did no one else see this as a Watchman reference instead of a Breaking Bad reference?
RazzleDazz72 wrote So what's the deal with the all-seeing eye??
mike chumbley wrote Poor Walter White....
ERMAGURD wrote This story was on my MAPS test...
Lovisa Brinson wrote I just got this t-shirt yesterday; great print! I love it :D
bAdAzzzzzzzzz wrote EPIC! Can\'t wait for Sunday. YESSSSS!