11-28-2005, 02:48 PM #2281
What the BLEEP do we know
All good points. But when Shannon went up to the airport guard, didn't she make a point of saying it was an "Arab man" with emphasis on Arab? Wouldn't that suggest it was post-9/11?
Originally Posted by JFlo
11-28-2005, 03:19 PM #2282
We got into this up-thread.. check out this post for details showing why timeframe is post 2003.
11-28-2005, 04:47 PM #2283
One more note on the time-frame: when Shannon lived in Paris, her boyfriend's son had the video of the movie "Finding Nemo". That video was released Nov. 4, 2003. And a few days before the plane crash, Christian Shepherd told Sawyer in an Aussie bar that the Boston Red Sox would never win the World Series. But they did: on Oct. 27, 2004.
So that gives us a window of about one year. 11/4/03 to 10/27/04. I firmly believe the crash took place on the date of the debut of LOST: Sept. 22/04.
11-28-2005, 05:52 PM #2284
The broccoli must die!!!
Originally Posted by Qboots
Was the video released worldwide on that date? Usually, arent US-made movies released on video a little later in countries other than the US? If so, then you can bump that date up a little, making the timeframe even closer.
11-28-2005, 06:08 PM #2285
back to the marky mark thing. I dont believe marky mark was popular for that long. i have never heard of them. if she asked her mom to keep her room the same when she moved out, wouldnt that kind of make it seem like she moved out when she was a teenager since in the flashback, she is like current age which is 22?
11-28-2005, 09:44 PM #2286
McDharma's Boar Burgers
Shannon was living somewhere else, we know that because she went to her wicked step mom when her rent check bounced. I know for the longest time after I moved out, my Skid Row/Kiss/Corey feldman Corey Haim posters stayed up until my brother took over my room. So its very feasable that Shannons room was kept the same after she left, especially considering her family was loaded and wouldn't have needed to use the room for anything else after she was gone.
11-28-2005, 11:44 PM #2287
little sidenote that I was thinking about today. Locke and his legs. in Season 1 (if you remember, I only started watching Lost in season 2, so i watched Season 1 (all 25 eps) in 3 days so I don't know every detail), during his flashback episodes, he never SAID he was paralyzed or no one said it right? I was thinking, because of his flashbacks this season, that maybe he wanted attention or something and he faked his paralysis so he can be in a wheelchair and people will respect him. And when they crashed on the island and he woke up and Jack was asking for his help, he decided to help him because he knew he would be needed and in an environment that suits him more than a box company. any thoughts?
11-28-2005, 11:51 PM #2288
The main reason for the confusion here is that we're talking about 2 different websites. The one that showed up last season was http://www.oceanic-air.com/. The one that has just appeared is http://www.oceanicworldair.com/
Originally Posted by myrosiedog
I believe it has been established that the first site is an authentic site.. but the evidence seems to be pointing to this most recent site being done by a fan.
hope that helps
11-29-2005, 12:11 AM #2289
Prophet of St. Hurley
11-29-2005, 12:22 AM #2290
doubt he faked the paralysis but he might have a traumatic event that may led him to believe he was paralyzed (i think this was discussed last season) or that the plane crash somehow cracked his body into place where now he can feel his legs). how do we explain all that pain he felt and the collapsing during the episode when boone died. but im leaning towards a traumatic event left him thinking he was paralyzed...until TPTB will show us what really happened to locke.
Originally Posted by xjeff99
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