Clay Davis of "The Wire" sums up Vine in 1 curse word

I'd kill for a vine of Bunk and McNulty saying "f**k" over and over again.

Every evening, the Daily Dot delivers a selection of links worth clicking from around the Web, along with the day's must-see image or video. We call it Dotted Lines.

No longer a bribe-gobbling Maryland state senator, Isiah Whitlock Jr. is milking his single greatest line for all it's worth in his post-Wire career. (Whitlock's circa-2011 Twitter handle is, of course, @IsiahSheeitlock. See also: Cedar Rapids.)

This clip sums up our feelings about the often frustrating six-second-video service pretty well. Of course you've gotta learn Vine. It's all in the (social media) game. 

I'd kill for a vine of Bunk and McNulty saying "f**k" over and over again.

Photo by p373/Flickr

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YouTube right now! "Breaking Bad" in the style of "The Wire"
What if Jimmy McNulty were on the case of Walter White? A YouTuber has created a Breaking Bad supercut set to each season's opening sequence of HBO's Baltimore crime drama The Wire. The video begins with visuals from the first season of Breaking Bad rolling under The Wire’s theme song, the Blind Boys of Alabama’s take on Tom Waits's “Way Down in the Hole.” The other seasons of each show are recut in the same way.
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