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Well, it did look pretty solid... But no, I don't think there was a special meaning - apart from making Dexter's normal morning-ritual look "gruesome" by using weird camera-angles. Also, remember that the whole opening-season - plus a bit extra - was shown in one of the episodes of the first season, to show that "life is good, and everything is great ...
I've always taken the opening credits of Dexter as a way of the producers to show that, on the surface at least, Dexter is a normal person. He sleeps, wakes up, has breakfast, gets dressed and goes out. Just like you or I would. The showing of locking the door I'd always taken to mean that even when someone is a serial killer they don't take how dangerous ...
The glasses Tom Hardy wears in the film are French Amor Browline Glasses. I have a pair of these myself and they are exactly the same as the ones in the film 'Legend'.
The name at the bottom appears to read "Jim Danger Distillery". Probably a spoof on Jim Beam Distillery which makes a Kentucky Bourbon Whiskey.
TL;DR: it's a mail bag and it's there to identify it as 'friendly' to planes. I thought for sure it was a captured Nazi flag, but finding the same thing on other tanks suggests otherwise. What follows is highly speculative about what it is and why it's there but IMO, it draws reasonable correlations; history buffs might know better. Mail bag: ~1h:19m : ...
The last gun Dwight is given by his friend Ben looks to be a Taurus/Rossi "Circuit Judge" revolving Carbine/Shotgun. The carbine shoots both .45 cartridges and .410 shot-shells/slugs. Ben's Circuit Judge appears to be a slightly rarer combination of black-oxide steel and wood furniture. [ Wikipedia page on both pistol & carbine models: ...
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