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League of Inveterate Poets

The out-of-context contextuality of a foolish sage

LOST Retrospective: “Solitary” (Season 1, Episode 9)

| July 31, 2010

(This post is part of a series. I’m blogging through all the episodes of LOST, taking a new look at them in light of what we know now that the series is over. Click here to read my introduction to the series and my thinking behind it.) Click here to see all my LOST posts. […]

Jerusalem, Next Year

| July 17, 2010

Some readers may not be aware that the Foolish Sage is in a little tussle with cancer this year. Rectal cancer, to be exact. Runs in the family, and it ran into me. So far this year I’ve been through a period of pre-operative radiation and chemo, then major surgery to remove a good piece of my innards. Now I’m in the midst of some aggressive post-op chemo. After each infusion (every three weeks), I’m pretty sick for a week or more. This past week has been the worst so far; I’ve only been able to be out of bed for about four or five hours at a time. Hence the blog falling silent.

LOST Retrospective: “Confidence Man” (Season 1, Episode 8)

| July 6, 2010

(This post is part of a series. I’m blogging through all the episodes of LOST, taking a new look at them in light of what we know now that the series is over. Click here to read my introduction to the series and my thinking behind it.) Click here to see all my LOST posts. […]

LOST Retrospective Bonus: LOST Locations on Oahu, Hawaii

| June 19, 2010

The GoHawaii subsite of About.com has a wonderful photo tour of some of the locations around Oahu of some of LOST’s best-known scenes. You can view the crash site, the “new” beach camp, Sun’s father’s house, the Sydney airport, and many more.

Has Doc Jensen Uncovered the True Story Behind LOST?

| June 12, 2010

Image via Wikipedia RE: Doc Jensen’s post “LOST: The Island’s Story?” at EW.com. Popular LOST blogger Jeff “Doc” Jensen has posted part one of a two-part epic attempt at a “theory of everything” behind the LOST TV epic. His basic theses can be summed up in these points: The island was alive, conscious, and a […]

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