Twitter Used the 'Breaking Bad' Finale as an Excuse to Bash Damon Lindelof, Because People Are Horrible
After the series finale of Breaking Bad aired last night, you’d think — given how exemplary the final episode was — that the folks on Twitter would completely exhaust themselves celebrating the finale.
Unfortunately, that was not the case with everyone, as some on Twitter apparently had enough energy left to use the Breaking Bad finale as a weapon to wield against Lost showrunner, Damon Lindelof on Twitter. Lindelof — because he has a sense of humor, decent self confidence, and apparently, SKIN AS THICK AS CONCRETE — retweeted many of the criticisms that the sh*theels on Twitter lobbed at him.
Why are people terrible? Why would anyone say themselves, “Hey! The Breaking Bad finale was outstanding! You know I should do now? Go on Twitter and call Damon Lindelof a ‘f**khead.’” Does it somehow make the Breaking Bad finale better, or do people just not give a sh*t? I don’t understand the reasoning behind the attacks, other than the fact that too many folks on the Internet are awful human beings.
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