As some of you might have noticed I haven't been on here much lately. That is mostly due to the fact that I have recently proposed to my girlfriend and most of my free time at work (can't afford internet at home yet) is spent doing wedding type things. Anyway, I have been getting on my most frequented message boards and such and giving this link , it's to a donation fund I created to try and get money to make this a wedding I think she deserves. I don't expect anything, I'm just covering all options. Anyway to make this Post a little more fun I have added a couple pictures I came across from a few of our Lost Parties. There are only 5 here right now, but when I find more I'll be sure to Post them on here. Well thanks for reading this fa…Read more >
As we all know no, the Man in Black was Dave in this episode. And I understand that he was trying to drive Hurley insane to get him to jump off of a cliff, thus scratching one more name from the cave wall. What I don't get is that MiB should know that if Hurley was to jump off of the cliff he wouldn't have died, because they can't kill themselves. He would have had to have someone push him over the cliff. So, my question is, What was the point?... other than being a great and incredibly entertaining episode that is.Read more >
Ok, we saw where Jacob came from (not from the island I might add) and we've seen where he ends. What I want to know is how is he able to do the things he does. He doesn't appear to be very special until his "mom" tells him he is now just like her.
I guess that means he can now make up crazy rules that anyone on the island must abide, and he can make it that any candidate can not hurt each other or themselves. But, the one that is killing me is how does he find his way off of the island? Did he turn the wheel at some point or can he just shift from the island to wherever he wants in the world by just thinking of it?
I'm not saying anything was wrong with the episode because I really enjoyed it. I'm just confused as to how Jacob learned how t…Read more >
This is the first time ever in all of Lost that I have been right about anything. And I'm extatic about it.
I had stated before in a blog that Desmond had become conscience of himself in both realities (much like Eloise) and that was why he is the key to this.
Last nights episode "Everybody Loves Hugo" just validated it for me. When Ben asked why he was at the school, Desmond said he was looking for a school for his son Charlie. However; in that reality Desmond has no family let alone a child, yet he knew that he had a son and his name is Charlie.
This will probably be the only thing I am ever right about (it's taken me 6 seasons for this first one) so I just wanted to scream it from the rooftops. Also, I understand that this was a simple thi…Read more >
Last night was the 2nd time we've seen Eloise in a different Reality and knowing what was going on. Just like the 1st time (Flashes before your eyes) she breaks the 3rd wall with Desmond and tells him that what he is doing is wrong, and ironically enough what he's doing is choosing Penny instead of being content with the reality around him.
The fact that Eloise seems to know what is going on in every Reality or Timeline (whichever you want to call it) makes think. It seems to me that her conscience doesn't seem to be affected by different realities. Like she has a collective conscience that is fully aware of what is going on in every reality and knows the cause of them.
You guys think I'm on the right track here? Also, do you think that she …Read more >