What If Police Responded to Domestic Violence Disputes Like the Internet Responded to Skyler White
This is a pretty terrific video, and sadly, way too spot-on. In it, a victim of domestic violence calls the police in, and the police respond to her complaints the same way in which the Internet has responded to cable television’s anti-hero wives:
“But he killed 12 people!”
“Don’t be such a nag.”
As Slate points out, the comments below on YouTube illustrate the exact same point the video is making:
So are you making fun of people who didnt like Skyler?
And wasnt Skyler the one who cheated on Walt? And didnt she continue to lander the money and protect him from the police?
People don’t think Skylar is a bitch because Heisenberg is awesome but because Skylar doesnt do anything about it and just bitches.
Get a good looking, nice body girl to play stripper next time.
People on the Internet are terrible. The end.
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