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February 15, 2010

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  • Jbd1234

    i cant remember everyone who was in the church--was it:

    jack kate sawyer juliet sayid shannon boone locke rose bernard hugo libby desmond penny

    were all of them there and am i missing anybody?

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  • Jbd1234

    after all that, they trick us into thinking that the end was going to have some intelligent "answer" of sorts that incorporates what we know about time, space, morality, philosophy, life, death, science, religion, and the universe----they give us cryptic foreshadowing through objects, dialogue, and symbolism, hopefully of something meaningful that we havent seen or heard before, and is based on/played off of things we know and/or accept to be true in the world, as well as those up for debate---they give us conspiracy theories and mysteries with multiple logical conclusions that all contradict eachother in a well-orchestrated 5.95 season show----and yes, i understand that its jacks point of view, but the other characters in fst (i hate that…

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  • Jbd1234

    i mean, hitler, stalin, polpot, and idi amin were cute little kids at one point too---what would actually make brother turn evil in the cave and why? not everything needs to be answered, but there was no real reason---jacob said he was responsible, but jacob doesnt know everything, and that could just mean responsible for giving him the power he has---was that like a star wars dark side thing? like the strong emotions that he carried were what the evil inside him used to manifest itself, like annakin (remember hurley's quote earlier this season)? but the point is: people keep saying that he wasnt that bad originally, but he didnt even care that all the people in his village died, except for the fact that he didnt have anyone to help him …

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  • Jbd1234

    im not completely sure i understand, i definitely need to rewatch like i always do

    ok,i was a little disappointed when i first watched---through the whole show, i have really taken to what seems to me to be the moral and spiritual standpoint of the show, on the universe and on morals and culture and human nature---the island, especially flight 815, is full of people from different backgrounds with different religious, moral and cultural ideals, people from different social status, people with contradictory views on life, and they must find a way to bond together in the time of crisis, putting their learned morals and pre-set ways aside to do what is right, hence the tabula rasa---and the show uses allusions to different dogmatic ideals and …

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  • Jbd1234

    ive been thinking this ever since the season started---as a possible foreshadow, miles saw his baby self in 1977, and nothing catastrophic happened (as a direct result---i mean his head didnt explode or the world didnt end---well, yet, anyways), and when i saw the newest star trek movie, and (stop reading if you havent seen it and want to) future spock talked to present scotty and kirk, and then later met his present-day self, it made me think, well why couldnt something like that happen in lost---then when this season started and they introduced the flash sideways, i thought, well here it goes, i bet something like that is coming---maybe substitute locke will come and fight smokelocke? maybe gangster desmond will tell nice desmond how to…

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