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Old 02-16-2005, 09:59 PM   #91
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Eh. I was let down.

I was expecting some island sex and betrayals.

What the hell is up with Locke anyway? How does he *know* everything about everyone?? Answers, I want answers! This is worse than The X-Files.
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Eh. I was let down.

No kidding! The boar thing was kind of cheesy...it seems like they've really run out of ideas....hope they get better ideas after the one month break...
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Maybe it's me, but I just don't get what all the bitching is about. We may not be getting pummeled with action/mystery sequences like we were in the beginning, but if you ask me, the stories are still excellent.

It's not a two hour movie.
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What the hell is up with Locke anyway? How does he *know* everything about everyone?? Answers, I want answers! This is worse than The X-Files.
I think the island is telling him.

But yeah this epidose was kinda boring. Except for it seems that Sawyer has precrash connections with Jack and in a way Boone. I wonder if they all have some sort of precrash connection with each other.
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I wonder if the Red Sox reference was written before last October?
Or is that gonna work into the story somehow, fate being changed or something.
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I wonder if the Red Sox reference was written before last October?
Or is that gonna work into the story somehow, fate being changed or something.
Ha - I was wondering the exact same thing. Perhaps they won after they crashed on the island and they simply don't know...
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I think the island is telling him.

But yeah this epidose was kinda boring. Except for it seems that Sawyer has precrash connections with Jack and in a way Boone. I wonder if they all have some sort of precrash connection with each other.
That was actually one of the "spoilers" I read somewhere--everyone on the island has interacted with someone else there.

Hmm, I just remembered that Sawyer was being arrested as Boone sat in the police office about his sister, wonder what that was about. I smell another flashback sequence.
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I'm still in love with the show and not at all bored.
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This whispering this is a recurring subplot

I kind of think they are in some sort of coma.

the whispering may be the hospital staff
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who knows. i'm hooked though and never get bored.
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This whispering is a recurring subplot

I kind of think they are in some sort of coma.

the whispering may be the hospital staff

or something like this?

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Waking to a nightmare

Although rare, awareness during surgery can be a traumatizing event. Some patients are able to feel and hear but unable to alert their doctors.

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February 21, 2005

Seven years ago, Carol Weihrer, a flutist and office administrator, had her right eye removed. She had been living in pain from a severely scratched cornea for years and had already undergone 17 surgeries to try to fix it.

Just before she was given general anesthesia, Weihrer remembers, she was feeling relieved that her trauma would soon be over. Suddenly, she woke up hearing disco music and thinking, "I must be done."

The next thing she heard was someone saying, " 'Cut deeper. Pull harder.' I realized: They are not done. They are just starting."

She felt no pain, but was absolutely terrified. "I can remember praying to God, screaming, but no sound came out," said Weihrer, now 53, whose vocal muscles had been paralyzed by the anesthesia.

Such anesthesia awareness is not as rare as one might think. An estimated one to two out of every 1,000 patients — or 20,000 to 40,000 Americans a year — wake up under general anesthesia, according to a large study by Emory University researchers published last year. (Patients given local or regional pain blocks plus "conscious sedation" are not unconscious to begin with and therefore cannot have anesthesia awareness.)

General anesthesia is a combination of several drugs that block pain, paralyze the muscles so surgeons can cut tissue more easily, and render patients unconscious and unable to remember the operation.

The Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations, which accredits 85% of American hospitals, recently described the condition as "under-recognized" and "under-treated" and said hospitals and doctors should develop policies for avoiding it.

To this day, Weihrer, who now runs Anesthesia Awareness Campaign Inc. from her home in Reston, Va., says she can't sleep more than a few hours without nightmares and can recall verbatim doctors' conversations in the operating room.

Like many patients who wake up during anesthesia, she is being treated for post-traumatic stress disorder, which includes flashbacks, irritability and exaggerated startle responses.

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There was a segment in the news after the show a couple weeks ago where they interviewed the actors. I don't remember everything that was said, but I do remember them saying that one major character will be killed off before the end of the season and that everyone should pay attention to Walt.
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There was a segment in the news after the show a couple weeks ago where they interviewed the actors. I don't remember everything that was said, but I do remember them saying that one major character will be killed off before the end of the season and that everyone should pay attention to Walt.
I read about that a few days ago. Apparently the major character is one of the male cast members.
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