Tuesday, March 17, 2009

"A (Very) Little Humor"

This comic in the Sunday Funnies made me think of Lost. My additions aren't very funny, but you can probably sympathize with what I was thinking. So far I just can't get my head to understand the contradictions of what TPTB have told us about living through time more than once. It's like, "now you see it, now you don't" but with Lost it's, "now you can change it, now you can't." Don't they realize what they've done to our brains?! I'm sure they do, and I'm sure they are having a lot of fun with it. But I hope that they have mercy on us and give us a little more insight into their rules of time and space before the hiatus for Season 6. :o)


Synchromystic Librarian said...

LMAO, good 1, made me laugh

TPTB BETTER let us know

i hope i'm not disappointed tomorrow night because i am expecting a big reveal on the the time travel dimensions stuff

Capcom said...

I know, isn't it so like Lost?!

I've got lots of hopes for tomorrow night as well, I hope that they don't do their usual follow-up to a biggie ep, with an ep that's obscure. :-(

Wayne Allen Sallee said...

Re: the sidebar, I've thought that the smoke monster tore apart a bunch of the buildings. Certainly, the foliage would grow through cement stairs and such, but a rampaging Smokey would knock down a few things. Never mentioned your pic of Locke in Tunisia. What with "Capsule Commander" and all, I thought you might have captioned it "Ground Control To Major John..."

Wayne Allen Sallee said...

Oh, and I think the more effort you put into understanding time travel the harder it gets. Who is to say time travel hasn't occurred already, in our lifetimes? I think people like Desmond are the speed bumps, Juliet always delivered the baby and James always shot the Hostiles and Dan always scared little Charlotte even though they were all back in the US as kids in 1977, because its all the chicken or the egg thing. Where did the compass Locke gave Richard come from? LOST is presenting us with that specific example. Not a time paradox. Just plain old chicken/egg mind-bending stuff we all learned from a crazy high school science teacher. Just trying to make it sound easier than it really is.

Your pal,

Christian Alpert Littleton Rumpelstiltskin

Capcom said...

LOL Wayne!

I agree about how maybe time travel has happened already, in the future. Have you ever heard that freaky story of John Titor? I think that's his name. He's supposedly a guy who came back from the future to get some old IBM computer components, and he communicated with some people telling them about the future. I'll try to find some info on it.

Oh, guess what, there's a computer at the hotel, yay! X-D

lost2010 said...

Ahem. The chicken came first. This has never been the least bit fuzzy in my mind. . . you can argue all you like but I know.

That was one of those moving people around episodes. A lot of nice humor with it. Although, I'm a bit fearful that James openly telling Jack that his way is better may get us in a bind. . .Lost seems to want us to believe that you need both the ying and the yang. . .the Jack and the James - to solve problems effectively. Which may or may not be true.

Still, I'm pulling for James. :)

Capcom said...

Me too!