• Jerry R

    The Walrus was Paul

    Seriously though can anyone keep up with the passing of days in the FST? Seems for some it was only a couple of days between landing and going to the church, Claire for one, but Sawyer mentions that it was a week between seeing Kate at the airport and her running into his car. Seems to me another hint that FST is not real and OT is.

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  • Jerry R

    This seems appropriate to the occasion as well as being an homage to the teaming of Daniel Widmore and Drive Shaft.


    Breathe deep the gathering gloom, Watch lights fade from every room. Bedsitter people look back and lament, Another day’s useless energy spent.

    Impassioned lovers wrestle as one, A lonely man cries for love and has none. New mother picks up and suckles her son, Senior citizens wish they were young.

    Cold hearted orb that rules the night, Removes the colours from our sight. Red is gray and yellow white, But we decide which is right.

    And which is an illusion?

    The Moody Blues Written by Graeme Edge Read by Mike Pinder

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  • Jerry R

    I re-watched The End last night. It was Tuesday, after all. If, like me, you had a negative reaction the first time, I urge you to watch it again, knowing you will not get answers and just letting the episode take you. I think you may have a better appreciation. I know i now feel better about The End. Perhaps I have let go and moved on.

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  • Jerry R

    Jack and Locke in the Swan Station

    • Paraphrased cause I don't remember it exactly*

    Locke: "Why do you find it so hard to believe?"

    Jack: "Why do you find it so easy?"

    Locke: "It's never been easy!"

    Some of us find it easy to accept the ending as given, others find it more difficult to let go of the questions that they feel remain. Different strokes for different folks. The very fuel of human interaction since time began. But let us treat one another with some dignity and respect in the continuing debate. Thank you.

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  • Jerry R


    May 24, 2010 by Jerry R

    All due respect to Darlton and the gang but since they explained the whispers with a one-liner - "the dead who can't move on yet" - and the same with the numbers and candidates - "just chalk on a wall" - seems they could have thrown in a couple more one-liners during the last 3.5 hours of the show.

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