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Apr 15
smartasshat:

yayaa:

fuckyeahlost:

As mentioned yesterday, this is the LOST bar Bharma in Barcelona.
Here are Jorge Garcia’s photos from his visit.

I am going to Barcelona in September, I MUST stop here!!!!

It’s great, except that they send your order through a bank tube to an abandoned lot behind the restaurant.

smartasshat:

yayaa:

fuckyeahlost:

As mentioned yesterday, this is the LOST bar Bharma in Barcelona.

Here are Jorge Garcia’s photos from his visit.

I am going to Barcelona in September, I MUST stop here!!!!

It’s great, except that they send your order through a bank tube to an abandoned lot behind the restaurant.


Apr 2
fuckyeahlost:

By revisiting LOST, can we finally see “The Man Behind The Curtain”?

The bulk of the episode—Ben’s flashback and his modern-day journey with John Locke to Jacob’s cabin—required no deep Google dives for me to reconnect instantly. Why? Because Ben’s journey isn’t really about The Purge, the cabin, or any of the other Easter eggs dropped devilishly into the mix. Rather, Ben’s journey in this episode represents the central interrogation of LOST as a whole: What belief systems do we create in order to make life bearable, and at what cost do we commit to those systems?
The show doesn’t look down on these belief systems, even though many people make many horrible choices based on those systems throughout the course of the series. But the “Live together, die alone” tenet espoused by nominal series protagonist Jack Shephard in the season-one episode “White Rabbit” isn’t just a turn of phrase—it’s an ethos is tested over and over throughout the run of the series. Every major character, Ben included, faces the terror of being alone. How each character decides to be included in some greater part of humanity informs their actions, and that’s where LOST derives most of its narrative power.

fuckyeahlost:

By revisiting LOST, can we finally see “The Man Behind The Curtain”?

The bulk of the episode—Ben’s flashback and his modern-day journey with John Locke to Jacob’s cabin—required no deep Google dives for me to reconnect instantly. Why? Because Ben’s journey isn’t really about The Purge, the cabin, or any of the other Easter eggs dropped devilishly into the mix. Rather, Ben’s journey in this episode represents the central interrogation of LOST as a whole: What belief systems do we create in order to make life bearable, and at what cost do we commit to those systems?

The show doesn’t look down on these belief systems, even though many people make many horrible choices based on those systems throughout the course of the series. But the “Live together, die alone” tenet espoused by nominal series protagonist Jack Shephard in the season-one episode “White Rabbit” isn’t just a turn of phrase—it’s an ethos is tested over and over throughout the run of the series. Every major character, Ben included, faces the terror of being alone. How each character decides to be included in some greater part of humanity informs their actions, and that’s where LOST derives most of its narrative power.

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Mar 18
steelopus:

I was thinking about polar bears this afternoon and then I remembered making this and it still makes me laugh.

steelopus:

I was thinking about polar bears this afternoon and then I remembered making this and it still makes me laugh.


Feb 9
reblogtastic:

AWESOME!

reblogtastic:

AWESOME!


Nov 14

The single greatest moment of this entire show.

HOT POCKET!

(via kateceratops)


Jul 17

May 3
fuckyeahlost:

“The Final Adventure” by Julia Sonmi Heglund

fuckyeahlost:

“The Final Adventure” by Julia Sonmi Heglund


Mar 12
rartastic:

When I was a kid we called these ‘orange smiles’.

Don’t tell me what I can’t smile with!

rartastic:

When I was a kid we called these ‘orange smiles’.

Don’t tell me what I can’t smile with!


Feb 27
thunderdolt:

cavetocanvas:

Elliott Erwitt, Pasadena, 1963

I don’t recognize a single person from the show in this picture. They must be from the forthcoming prequel, Building The Dharma Initiative.

thunderdolt:

cavetocanvas:

Elliott Erwitt, Pasadena, 1963

I don’t recognize a single person from the show in this picture. They must be from the forthcoming prequel, Building The Dharma Initiative.


Feb 15
smartasshat:

NOT PENNY’S BOURBON

smartasshat:

NOT PENNY’S BOURBON


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