It's already been moved once. When the strip mall steakhouse goes bust, the marker will be moved again. And again. Each time the marker will become more elaborate. More realistic.
Walter White's story is told in such vivid detail in Breaking Bad, El Camino, and Better Call Saul that he's become the embodiment for the everyman who makes a bargain with the Devil in pursuit of greatness.
The universality of White's story will attract followers from every culture, long after the actors who starred in the show and the writers who created the character have passed away.
Did Jesus ever live, or is he the product of a freakishly good storyteller? Does it matter?
I have to google that up because probably someone already came up with such way of thinking I am quite sure:)
I'm going to butcher the explanation here, but IIRC in this view, everything is imaginary because we have no way of validating our sensors without using the sensors and we process the world entirely through them.
Only thing is that we cannot touch them. Unless you go to some conference where actor is also playing that role :) so in the end you could touch "Walter White" if Bryan Cranston is making that personality real somewhere in our world :D
Yet I believe Charlamagne was a real human who did real human things centuries ago just as I believe Walter White is a character that was invented.
Yet, without that external context, if someone were to watch Breaking Bad and was told it was a biopic on one of America's most notorious drug dealers, could they plausibly believe that? I watched American Gangster and I know that's based on a true story, because Frank Lucas was in jail and has court records. But again without that context, are the two stories really that different in believability?
I think that the ability to plausibly place a story within your own reality creates stronger emotions than something like star wars or lord of rings than can easily be placed into fantasy.
Reminded of exploration of similar idea in Galaxy Quest https://m.imdb.com/title/tt0177789/
Anyway, easter's in three months.
Maybe I'm just being dense, but I don't see an epitaph in any of those photos.
The an-te-pen-UL-ti-mate rule. Makes it easy to remember!
I came across this entirely by accident.
And BTW, Vernon's makes a great steak. But if you go there do your homework first. It's a speakeasy so you have to know the password to get in the door (not kidding).