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Heisenberg uncertainty principle: In quantum mechanics, the uncertainty principle is any of a variety of mathematical inequalities asserting a fundamental limit to the precision with which certain pairs of physical properties of a particle known as complementary variables, such as position x and momentum p, can be known simultaneously. Where position x is Glasgow and momentum p is Heisenberg him/herself. Blah blah blah.


Another way to look at it is that Heisenberg is actual physical and repeatable evidence of reincarnation. The repeatability thing is v important: i believe Heisenberg will at some time in the future be forced to regenerate again. If we could get this on camera it'd be a huge step forward not just for the southampton saints but also humanity. Big up Heisenberg.



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Once again, it's thoroughly disappointing to see a fictional character served with such a poor SaintsWeb incarnation. So far, we've had to suffer a worse Batman than the nippled-up one in Batman & Robin.


Now, we seem to have a Heisenberg which seems to be less impressive than either of Brian Cranston's performances in Breaking Bad. Okay, okay - perhaps it's a bit much to ask for calculating and cold-hearted criminal genius, but you'd at least think that someone could manage to forge himself a more impressive character than the hen-pecked and wife-worn shell of a man we know as Walter White.


Our Heisenberg doesn't even manage that.


Utter shít. Breaking Bad wouldn't have gotten past the pilot if Heisenberg was a sad bloke on an Internet forum, even if the sad bloke secretly happens to be a former sad bloke on a football forum. That's about as complicated as the plotting gets, I'm afraid.

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He'll be fine if he can avoid mentioning win percentages on the main board




Oops !


At least he doesn't seem to remember where he left his question marks?


He might not turn as many sentences into questions?


A bad thing?


Or not?


He only did this 57 percent of the time, TBF?

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