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Monday, May 24, 2010

Lost

OK, I saw the final episode of "Lost." This was also the first episode of "Lost " that I've ever seen. I have stumbled across it from time to time, in first-run and re-run, and watched for about five minutes, and realized I had no idea what the hell was going on, and moved on.

So why wasn't I totally confused last night? Well, mostly thanks to this timeline that one of my friends on Facebook linked to. I think maybe I also had an advantage since I was going in with no expectations, so I wasn't disappointed by anything that wasn't fully explained.

Today I have spent much of my allotted time online today checking out reactions from friends. I suppose I'll be able to see lots more of that in the coming months and years.

4 comments:

pamagic912 said...

I had very low expectations, and they were met, but not exceeded. The regular viewers deserved a better ending.

...tom... said...

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you said...
"OK, I saw the final episode of 'Lost.' Thais was also the first episode of 'Lost ' that I've ever seen."

...truelol... Without reading a word more.


The missus was all wrapped up in this Lost nonsense. Now what are all the Lost-ers gonna do with all their spare time..??

Maybe the soup kitchen or women/children shelter need some more volunteers.


Me, I got baseball to watch.


...tom...
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D.B. Echo said...

Heh. I just fixed that typo of "Thais". For some reason Blogger's spellcheck dictionary has the word "Thais", but not "blog" or "blogger."

...tom... said...

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hey there again...

Ha. Did not even notice the typo as I read or posted my comment.


So do post (when you get a chance) about the 'public office' thing. Sounds exciting.


...tom...

P.S. Funny that I am sitting here listening to R.E.M.'s Out of Time again and again as I read here. Kinda fits the energy of your blog today. ...:minism:...

Soldier on my friend, soldier on.
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