There is a precedent for it.
In Lost , naming characters after famous philosophers can be seen as working the same way, as a joke and a form of shorthand, to indicate core beliefs and the function they serve in the show. Some of the references in the show, seen from a distance, seem to work as signposts and consumer advisories, linking Lost to other things that people who enjoyed this show might also enjoy. I do think the content itself holds up as pretty rich.
And I doubt that re-watching the show now, in its complete form, with that ongoing-cliffhanger buzz subtracted from the total effect, makes the experience simply better or worse. It makes parts of watching it less exciting—because we know how things turned out—and parts of it remain as good as ever. Lost was always a ripping adventure yarn more than it was a riddle for the ages. That can only be a good thing. Knowing that the end caused disappointment has certainly kept me from diving into Lost , even though I believe a television show is about the journey, rather than the final episode.
Is it because of the lack of buzz Phil mentions?
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Is it because the answers—or lack thereof—to the mysteries have echoed in pop culture, minus the affection of true fans like Ryan? As this Roundtable theme comes to a close, I want to look at the similarities between our episodes. In each instance, a character controls a narrative in an altered light. House hides his story behind a lesson. These skewed narratives all come from fundamental pieces of each character. On a daily basis, our brains receive a constant stream of data from an infinite number of sources; drawing connections and identifying patterns are two of the ways we cope with that otherwise overwhelming amount of information.
The A. Share This Story. Well I mean in the beginning you're probably was in a bad place. I think we all start off in different places and we can consider it good or bad but it's challenging let's put it that way. Clearly counting and you're right. And it's funny. Someone asked me what do all these people have in common. I can tell you one thing when they all started it was all about food, clothing and shelter. Was it about being rich? Was it. It was just can I provide for my family. What do I need to do to provide for my family? How do I get that accomplished?
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And that's you got to start somewhere. And when you start you don't start at the top. You start at the bottom and you work your way up.
That's just how this being goes. That's amazing.
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I know cause, it's you know I look at kids going through school. It's for some grandkids I've got one just graduated she went into high school and I'm gone. You went from the top of your class to the bottom of the totem pole. And then you graduate high school you go into college to graduate top of your classes go to the bottom of the totem pole. And then, each stage of our life. That's what we go through as we go, we reach a pinnacle and then we start something new.
And we got to start at the bottom. We have this. There's no place. How are you going to learn? And they all had the same response I said Well how did you overcome failure. So, we don't have a choice. It's food clothing and shelter Gary. We didn't have a choice. Failure wasn't an option.
Delaying was an option but failure was not an option. We were going to make this thing work come hell or high water. And they did. That's so true. Failure is not an option. It's the only time you fail is when you fail to get up and start over again. I know it's kind of funny I would thinking the other day and I'm going you know I've been in business for so, so long.
The other day it was and it wasn't too long ago and I think we all go through this at a certain time.
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I was really sick and of course you know it doesn't matter whether you're in business for yourself or not when you're sick it doesn't matter. You just do what's gotta get done you know. And so, I said to somebody this, you know this these are times like this when I wish I had job when I could call in sick. Yeah, I know there are many days where I've felt the same way.
I have lots of people around me.
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We have a pretty good-sized staff. But quite frankly there's things only that I can do. No I said Are you sure you can do it. So you see you know I really need to teach them how to do those things so if I don't feel like coming in I can actually do that.
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It is. It's really how you replicate yourself and give somebody else in position to take over for you. You just teach them. Yeah that's it.
So, in the course of your book what were some of the things that that were eye openers for you. Well here's an interesting one.
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