Now that even the tail end of the decade is almost 10 years ago, I decided it was time to weigh in on this very important topic. Important?, you ask. Why yes. Because at least one version of mainstream rock musical history goes like this: the Dinosaurs, Punk, 4 days of Power Pop, Hair Metal (during which Motley Crue was the biggest band on the planet for all of about 6 minutes, before getting knocked off by Guns n' Roses), Grunge.
And then nothing.....Sure, the occasional song appears. Bu...
Jacob: It takes a very long time when you're making the thread...but I suppose that's the point, isn't it?
Rose Nadler It's always something with you people.
LOST, Season 5 Finale
I. In Which The Mysterious Puppeteer Is Not Only Real, But He Looks Kinda Like Your Fuck-Up Uncle.
A. I'm going to take issue with the perception of Jacob as all-knowing, all-seeing or all-anything (besides perhaps first team All-Island for dodgeball or fishing or weaving or some...
Hugo "Hurley" Reyes: All right, dude. We're from the future. Sorry.
LOST, Season 5, Episode 15
Follow The Leader
I. The Part Where Richard Looks To Be In His Early 40s And Helps Some Of The Castaways Pursue Their Definition Of Destiny.
A. For all the Kate mockery over the past several seasons, I totally get it now. If the reason she was kept around this long was just to deliver that look after Jack admitted they were with Faraday, then everything that Jack wants to erase was worth i...
James "Sawyer/LaFleur" Ford: Whatever her reason is, helping H.G. Wells here talk to his mommy ain't got nothing to do with it.
LOST, Season 5, Episode 14
I. The Manchurian Physicist
A. "Hey, sorry guys, my mom says I'm too smart to take piano lessons any more. What's that? My lunch money? No, I packed a...oh dear."
B. Seriously if Ma Faraday's "destiny" is to help her son hone his mind to be as sharp as possible, then she has a poor understanding of the college admiss...