Whoa, am I behind. 2 weeks in the Southern Caribbean will do that to you. We had a great cruise. Will post a picture or two soon.
I'm catching up on "Lost." Not sure if Locke has an evil twin or a clone or what the heck is going on. Interesting episode on what might have happened if the plane hadn't crashed. I liked seeing old characters including Boone (who tried to excuse Shannon's absence, oh, well), Charlie, Helen, Bernard and Rose, Claire, and even Artz, who is such an excellent jerk. Plus the airline pilot and Daniel Faraday and a few others I've probably fogotten.
Oh! In this week's episode, Rose turns up as a job placement administrator. "Lost" is full of surprises. I like to see different people popping up in different situations. Is it the same guy playing Locke's boss, Randy? Somehow he seemed different than the one on earlier episodes. There are certainly a lot of bodies buried on the island. Interesting eulogy by Ben when they buried the dead Locke.
Locke is certainly having struggles with his specially equipped van. Probably a very real occurrence for people who drive them and are anxious to be independent.
Whoa, Sawyer likes books. Says his favorite is Steinbeck's "Of Mice and Men." Hmm. Wonder what the internet columnists will say about that - - - what's the significance? I would love to find Sawyer's reading list. I was hoping that Juliet might have survived the bomb after all. I don't have a clue why Sayid was tortured, unless it was retribution . . .
Well, that's it for today. Will be a more faithful blogger in the future.