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Lost - 2/7 - Confirmed Dead *SPOILERS*

Discussion in 'TV Show Talk' started by Indiana627, Feb 8, 2008.

  1. Supramom2000

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    I had MRV with Dishnet, but it did not work with DTV because of needing two tuners per box. I also don't have any HR's, just R-15's and D-11's. If you could point me in the direction of learning more about how to set up MRV, that would be fabulous! The link you provided seemed to be a poll.

    Thanks!:D
     
  2. tcusta00

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    Because it's still a dream!! :lol:

    There's a lot of people lobbying on here for it, hence the poll.
     
  3. phrelin

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    How about the mayhem and murder?:confused:
     
  4. dhhaines

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    Kind of telling as to how society is ignoring that part, huh?
     
  5. tcusta00

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    Practically kids stuff in today's society! :lol:

    I try to keep my daughter away from the windows, nevermind most tv channels! Noggin and Disney is the limit for now. :p
     
  6. Supramom2000

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    Well, my boys are 15 1/2 so in that perspective, the violence they show is pretty tame compared to some of the video games and other shows available for their age group. Also, since their father and myself are Army veterans, and their father served 2 tours in Iraq, I don't think keeping violence away from them at this age is appropriate. They both are interested in military careers and need to know what really is out there.

    Just my perspective. Up until they were around 12, they were only allowed Disney channel and 7th Heaven. And they do NOT have computers in their rooms, and their TV's have all the parental securities set up.
     
  7. tcusta00

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    Not to get into a parenting discussion here, but I'd tend to agree - at 15 they see plenty (unfortunately), regardless of how hard you may fight to keep it away from them. It's just how the world is these days.

    Thanks for your and your husband's service to our country! :flag:
     
  8. phrelin

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    I wasn't really saying anything about your situation, just thinking outloud that Lost probably might not rank below PG-13. My observation is that your statement quoted here is consistent with your other posts - wise. Wish all other parents were also.;)
     
  9. Supramom2000

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    Thanks for the compliments phrelin and tcusta00. Parenting and military service are both privileges, not rights (at least in my mind). :)
     
  10. TheRatPatrol

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    I thought this thread was about Lost? ;) :lol:

    So who do you think was in the coffin that Jack went to visit?
     
  11. tcusta00

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    Oh right, Lost. Ben's in the coffin.:)
     
  12. TheRatPatrol

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    You think so? Thats what I was thinking too.
     
  13. tcusta00

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    Well, it's gotta be someone from the island if both Jack and Kate knew him/her...

    And Kate didn't want to go to the funeral... jack barely did either.

    Maybe from John's actions the past two episodes though and how he's alienating himself from the other main characters it may be him...
     
  14. Supramom2000

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    Sorry! :) We digressed!!

    Whoever it is, the name in the newspaper article says Jeremy Lantham. It also says he has a teenage son.
     
  15. phrelin

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    On the lost-theories.com board there is an argument about that. Some say it refers to Jeremy Bentham, the English philospher who designed the Panopticon. Whether you agree or not, check the link to the Wikipedia site. It will make you wonder about that theory.:grin:
     
  16. tcusta00

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    Wow, that article surely gives you chills thinking about how it may relate to the show. BENtham <----> Lantham

    Some more interesting tie-ins:

    The symbol of the dharma is the wheel

    Yama is the lord of death in Hinduism... it is also the lord of justice and is sometimes referred to as Dharma, in reference to his unswerving dedication to maintaining order and adherence to harmony

    Discuss... :)
     
  17. mgusler

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    I think its Michael in the coffin. Jack and Kate didn't show any fondness to whoever it was. After Michael killed Anna and Libby, then led Sayer (James), Kate and Jack into a trap, he wouldn't be high on their list. The teen aged son would be Walt.
     
  18. Supramom2000

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  19. tcusta00

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    Funny quote from Jorge in that interview:

    "I'm just telling everyone to tape Eli Stone just in case Lost cuts off early on the TiVo!"

    Is he a member of dbstalk.com??
     
  20. phrelin

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    I've given up. I just record the ABC primetime lineup beginning on the hour with the show I want to see until 11:02 pm, then watch what I want without losing a blip of dialog or whole ending, and erase the rest. It's a real pain....:nono:
     

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