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1. | Jun 26, 2014
Hello to the best Lost blog !I have just seen the latest episdoe, I am staggered ! Those twists were absolutely amazing, I can't explain why Ana was so suddenly killed (they really ought to explain it). What I mean is, out of blue, she becomes really naughty on a simple day : a one-afternoon stand with piggy Sawyer and a murderous drive not that I consider the both are the same, but they really made an effort for us to appreciate her on previous episdoes, and show her as a nice girl.This was too fast I think, it makes me sad to lose her so suddenly.As for Mickael, firstly, I thought he committed suicide by aiming for his heart, and the theory would have been his sacrifice for his son's life. But I read all the posts, and you all agree to think he shot his arm.I hardly believe the theory about his next active complicity with the others : what for ? Being a mole ? He's done now !! How will he explain that Henry undid his tie, stole a gun, being locked, and then killed Ana peacefully seated on the couch ???? NO WAY MICKAEL WILL REMAIN A MOLE !Either he's gonna be an hostage for Henry to get away, either he's gonna kill himself with the gun, but I am sad that we won't see him anymore like the cool guy he used to be in season one . this is awful !!!!!!About the good and the bad ones, I widely share Cecilia's point of view.In my opinion, the show clearly changes. Before this was the story of survivors surrounded by weird creatures and stuff like that.Now I think this is more a show like 24.I see Henry like some crazy terrorist guy, I mean a crazy fanatic guy, from a religion or a sect.Try to talk to a extremist Muslim, he will tell you that we, Western people, are bad : he sees the world as though there were two sides, his and other's. I mean Locke is considered as a good guy because, unlike Jack, he's open-minded with mysteries, faith, irrationality, and also because unlike Sawyer for instance he never hurt anyone.Of couse for us this separation is stupid ! Locke is as good as Jack, or even Sawyer who is so funny. But still, the terrorists are crazy but their sense of reality give us doubts.That's how I interpret the apology of Jack with Locke about the Henry torture with Sayid. I mean the whole show is now about HOW DO WE REACT TO FACE TERRORISTS ? .They are nuts, irrational and violent, how do we have to be ?They have some values, do we have to reject them all ?We don't understand why they hate us, we are looking for some reasons, but there are not.We may have hurt them first, does it a reason why we should let us hit by them ?Does anybody feel the show this way now or am I wrong ?
2. | Dec 21, 2013
I know people have mteinoned the similarity between Adrian Veidt's island in Alan Moore and Dave Gibbon's comic book THE WATCHMEN and Hanso's Dharma Initiative, but has anyone seen similarities between the Hanso Foundation and NERV the organization in the Anime NEON GENESIS: EVANGELION? That show also had a lot of interesting developments similar to LOST. It seemed to be one kind of show, the boy and his robot, but quickly became a very strange and mystical exploration of the Apocalypse described in the Dead Sea Scrolls. Has anyone considered the possibility that Hanso and the Dharma Initiative may be in some way trying to create or delay some sort of apocalyptic event? We assume that the world outside the island is still running along smoothly, but really we have no idea what could be happening back home.
3. | Dec 20, 2013
J9I just want to say that the smoked saolmn sandwich at the Metropolitan opera FLOORS ME and I desire it whenever I get in that building. Just FYI to another pumpernickel/saolmn fan.
4. | Dec 18, 2013
Even if you chose to disconnect, it's not a crime! (Well, ok it might be codeensrid one in edtechland, but it isn't really!). I was thinking about you last weekend while I was in PA with no internet access at all. I realized that though I cannot STAND to be disconnected when I am at home (the rare times when internet is out here, watch out for the mama bear!), I have no trouble being offline when away from home.When we went to Disney in January, I was offline for a week with no withdrawal symptoms. Last weekend, I was offline for 4 days. I will be offline for another week when I go to Boston for my sister's wedding in a few weeks.Maybe it's not an issue for me because I don't associate being away from home with being connected. My focus is usually on the unique experiences travel offers rather than on staying connected. Being away from home is like an online vacation.When we lost internet for two weeks at home, though, I was at the library every other day to check email and my networks. I even took my computer in the car and drive around to find an unsecured wireless network I could tap into! So I might not be as well adjusted as I thought I was at first. (-:
5. | Aug 13, 2013
J9I just want to say that the smoked sloman sandwich at the Metropolitan opera FLOORS ME and I desire it whenever I get in that building. Just FYI to another pumpernickel/salmon fan.
6. | Aug 10, 2013
Yuck ! What you describe from Hershey Lodge is NOT a gelrlid cheese. It's an Apple Brie Sourdough sandwich.A gelrlid Cheese sandwich is what it is. People should feel free to eat any gelrlid sandwich they want but don't call it a Grilled Cheese in the historical sense.Would you take some chopped steak then add Cheddar or Brie, asparagus, red peppers and Oregano then call it a Philly Cheesesteak ? No you'd call it a Veggie Steak sandwich or something else. But you can't take a classic sandwich, switch all the ingredients and then sill call it that classic name !