• Plkrtn

    A warning to users

    May 24, 2010 by Plkrtn

    Yes, some of you might be unhappy with the ending of the story, and you have every right to complain about the things you do not like, but any abuse towards the creative team of Lost will not be tolerated. This is a place for mature discussion of the show and its themes. You are entitled to criticise the story, or the path, but some of the abuse I've seen aimed at the people who gave you a show that you're so passionate about that you bother to post here in the first place, has been nothing short of disgusting.

    Criticise the story, fine... Abuse the creative team, for example by asking them to kill themselves like one post I've seen today, or suggest self-fellatio, then you will get banned.

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  • Plkrtn

    A rare SysOp Theory

    February 7, 2010 by Plkrtn

    As a SysOp on Lostpedia, I don't normally post my own blogs, because I think they are for the rest of the community, as I have the privilege of the Official Lostpedia Blog, Twitter and everything else afforded to me by being lucky enough to do this job.

    However, the more I've been thinking about LA X, Parts 1 & 2 over the last few days, the more something has been playing on my mind about the characters of Lost, and the things we've been told about the show by Damon and Carlton. It isn't something appropriate for the Official blog, so I thought I should post here for a change, and engage with the community of Lost Bloggers on the wiki.

    We've always been told that one of the major influences on Lost is Stephen King's work. It features through…

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  • Plkrtn

    Two spoilers have appeared in the last few days that have really annoyed me. First is the supposed name of Ms. Hawkings. Why did ABC in their infinite wisdom decide to spoil the first name of the character, making everything about this character all the more obvious, if you hadn't figured it out already.

    Secondly Sky1 in the UK broadcast a special which from from behind the scenes of Episode 10, showing some glaring examples of things that happen in the future that will dramatically alter how you view the show.

    Why? Why do broadcasters do this to their own material? Has anyone else seen the ineptitude displayed by ABC and Sky1 over Lost in the last few days on any TV show anywhere else in the world?

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