I read a thread today, posted only last night, that had some 22,000 views and 200+ posts (SPOILER ALERT- if you haven't seen last night's episode yet, and are super sensitive, don't read until after the closed parentheses---- not that any of you watch this show----- when Keamy is tying Jin up in the flash sideways, he says "I'm gonna strap you here just in case you figure out what's about to happen to the Island. Can't have you freaking out" but it is hard to understand and did not show up on closed captioning--- there was a big debate about whether or not this was really what was said--- END SPOILER) and a big handful of those were people just slamming each other with cuss words and major insults for allegedly being rude. It was bizarre. Needless to say, I mostly just lurk. I so don't want to be someone who gets unwittingly attacked. I will admit to having a username and having posted about 20 or so times. Laugh all you want, at least I'm not boring you all here!
But with the etiquette issues and the "troll" problems- I had never heard of this term, and in case you haven't, trolls are people who come on and hijack threads with gross jokes or unannounced major spoilers- I am thinking my time on message boards might be cut short, especially as more spoilers leak out because the final episodes are being filmed. I am a little sad, but I have been crying from laughter the last couple of weeks thanks to a hysterical blog The Final Season of Lost as Seen by Someone Who Has Never Seen. I think that even if you haven't seen the show, but know people like me who are obsessed and hear them talk about it or even have seen the previews, you will think this is funny stuff. (I hope.)
Incidentally, I have not forgotten about Nice Sweatshirt Part 2, though you probably have. I just still don't quite know how to say what I want to say, nor all of what I want to say exactly. But for now, enjoy a funny guy's confusion over/impression of Lost.