Wednesday, June 06, 2007

Second Annual Lost... and Gone Forever Census!

Last May, in honor of my 100,000th hit to the site, I decided to do a "Census", where people would simply post where they were reading from. The results were shocking - little did I know that there were readers not only all across the country, but also all across the world.

(Revisit the memories here: http://lost-and-gone-forever.blogspot.com/2006/05/lost-and-gone-forever-yearly-census.html)

With all the excitement of the spring run of Lost (and the lack of repeat weeks), we never got around to doing the second annual census... until now.

Once again, I'll ask that everyone simply comment with where in the world they are, and how in the world they ended up on my Blog.

Thanks!

(PS - "Lost Rewind" starts this weekend, with "Pilot, Part 1" and "Pilot, Part 2". Watch them now and get ready to discuss!)

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Brian said...

Cincinnati, Ohio, USA

I found the Blog inside my head.

Mark said...

Akron, Ohio, USA

I have absolutely no idea how I found the blog, but it's been on my Bookmark Toolbar since I have.

Anonymous said...

Boston, MA

Anonymous said...

Mentor, OH, USA

Can't remember how I found it but really enjoy it!

gg said...

Mary
New Hampshire
I found the Blog through a google search and have been addicted ever since. Now I get the RSS feed, to prevent me from looking for new posts all the time!

night goat said...

Alton, IL, USA

found it sometime during season 2, don't recall how.

Justin said...

Orlando, FL

I don't remember how I originally got here so long ago, but it was worth it. (I actually think it was some time around the discovery of the Blast Door Map.)

cathy said...

Knoxville, TN
I don't remember how I first got here. Link hopping probably.

Anonymous said...

near Frankfurt, Germany.

The Blog was linked in a german Lost-Forum.

Jason said...

Tucson, Arizona

I started reading after I went looking for the Blast Door Map on google.

jill said...

Boston, MA

A friend of my boyfriend's sent me the link about a year and a half ago... I have been reading ever since, love the site!

Kait said...

Philadelphia, PA

My boyfriend (James, who wrote the analysis for Catch-22) introduced me to Lost and, once I was hooked, to your blog.

Ricardo Reyes said...

Buenos Aires, Argentina

Can't remember how I got here, sorry.

sohigh said...

Adana, Turkey

I can't remember clearly but there was a quote referencing this site on fileheaven.org

Boo2k said...

Neumünster (in the near of Hamburg), SH, Germany

dunno how i found out about this blog... reading since middle of season 2.. i think...

nice work, keep it up

Matt said...

Anchorage, AK

Found the blog after "Lockdown" looking for the map...haven't left since.

joe d. said...

Nashville, TN

joe d. said...

Oh..and I found this blog last year when the picture of Henry Gale's balloon was leaked and put on this site. I found a link on another site.

Eric said...

Baltimore, MD ... I don't know how I found the blog, probably either a google search or a link from another blog found with a search when I first discovered Lost (halfway through season 2) and was trying to figure out WTF was happening!

Florian said...

Vienna, Austria

...no idea how i found it.
been reading since early second season i guess.

susa said...

Susa from Germany (Kassel, birthtown of Bruce Willis´ mother - like to tell it again and again...).
Found the blog through Google, I think - connected to the blast door map, if I recall it right!

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Jared said...

the boyhood home of george washington, Fredericksburg, VA

Reader since Feb 06

gotchi said...

Austria, Europe ;)

got the link to this blog from a friend of mine - damn that was a long time ago ;)

orangejack said...

Orlando, FL

I don't remember how I found you either, but I promote this blog to everyone! Hopefully a few of them will comment.

D-Bone said...

Colorado Springs, CO

Friend showed my the blog sometime in early season 2.

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Anonymous said...

Annapolis, Maryland

Friend told me about it, been reading ever since.

Stacy said...

Independence, KY

My sister was on your email list during season 1 - Jill, fiance of Trevor from UD.

Diana said...

Kalamazoo, MI

My daughters are fans and introduced me to the blog.

Finite Infinities said...

Found the blog through a post on Evil Avatar. Been a rabid fan ever since. Virginia Beach, Virginia.

Christine Rockwell said...

Christine - Stockton, Cali

Don't memeber how I found ya but every Thurs morning (sometimes Wed night!) I thanked Buddy Christ that I did! I'd watch the episode and run to the computer to figure out what the HELL just happened!

SO THANK YOU BUDDY CHRIST! ;-)

Anonymous said...

Bellingham, WA

Matt said...

Matt, Pembrokeshire, Wales.

Found the blog on everybody has daddy issues, i think.

The joy of google ^_^

Todd said...

Fletcher, Vermont, USA.

A co-worker pointed me in your direction. I've been a loyal reader since

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wurm said...

Eschwege (near Kassel, HE), Germany

Wow, already the 4th German to post; and the funny thing is, two of them are freakingly near. ;D
Found your Blog via Google, i think and I'm reading at least since your first census - Sometime around the end of Season 1 or something like that.

PS: Love your Blog. Although I'm contra "Episode Description/Review/Cast Analysis" (Spoilers imo!), thus I'm not reading as much as I used to. :/

anotherother said...

From Cincinnati Ohio ... I think I heard about your Blog on The Fuselage sometime during 1st season and have been coming back every week since then.

Sawyer's Optician said...

Centreville, Virginia
--just outside our nation's capital in Beautiful congested, traffic-filled Fairfax county

Found you on a google search mid-way thru season 2. Most weeks it is the only lost stuff I read! Thanks for the rewind.

Anonymous said...

John from Charlotte, NC. I've been reading ever since I saw the picture of the balloon posted on digg.com.

Ethan said...

Plano TX, USA.

Found you long ago through Digg. It had to be long ago, because I haven't used Digg in like, forever.

Nothing Better said...

Bradford, West Yorkshire, England

Cant remember how i found the site but it was around the beginning of series 2. read every post ever since.

Gregory said...

Rockville, MD

Steph introduced me to your blog.

James said...

Philadelphia, PA. Not sure when I started reading, but it feels like it's been ...forever. Ha.

Jennie said...

Norwood, MN
Found your blog cause a local tv news was featuring good sites to go to when you're a LOST fan. I clicked on yours mid-way through season 3

Anonymous said...

Conway, NH

Found site by the searching the web for LOST related stuff.

Anonymous said...

Thomas from SW of Norway

I googled "lost + blast door + map" after the I watched the downloaded episode some hours after it aired in the US.

We are about 4-6 weeks behind the US, but I cannot wait so...

Cheers

Anonymous said...

Beja, Portugal.

I have no clue how I found this blog, it was way too long ago.

Eric said...

NY, NY

Found the blog doing a search for Lost related blogs. It's among my top 5 Lost sites now. I get the RSS feed as well.

Anonymous said...

Dartmouth, Nova Scotia, Canada!

Can't remember how I found it...but thanks for all the work. I've been reading for the past 2 years...

Anonymous said...

Oklahoma City, OK

Someone sent me the link to this blog to check out, and I've been reading it ever since.

Shaun said...

Vancouver, BC.
My brother recommended this.

nettie said...

Near Lake Tahoe, California.

Somewhere late in season two I missed an episode and I was searching for a detailed recap-analysis-blog-thing. Needless to say I've been reading ever since.

CeCe said...

West Coast of Canada. I found it through comments on the Reign of Ellen.

Anonymous said...

Marysville PA USA

Mid Second Season, Found it on an MSN search

Brian said...

jennie - wait, some local TV news program featured my Blog? Creepy!

Jamie said...

London, UK.

Came across it sometime post Season 2. Can't exactly remember how, Google maybe?

Clay said...

Portland, OR.

You do us a great service, Brian.

Anonymous said...

Seattle, WA! I actually found your blog by searching for "lost spoilers"

Anonymous said...

Bellevue, WA

I found your blog when I was searching for pictures of the blast door map. I have been reading your blog ever since!

JT said...

Istanbul, Turkey.

I've been following this great blog for such a long time that I do not remember how I ended up here.

Once again, great work for a great season of Lost, Brian.

Anonymous said...

Dallas TX

Idle googling

SinkingDeeper said...

Houston, TX

Reading since end of S1 and have enjoyed the ride! Don't remember how I found the blog?

Drudo said...

Granite City, IL (near St. Louis, MO)

Started reading a little over a year ago.

Jay said...

Charlottesville, Virginia

Found it when I was looking for more info about the Blast Door Map.

Drudo said...

Brian, you should totally do this as a google maps layer. Then we could actually see all the readers on a map.

Anonymous said...

Lisbon, Portugal

Found this site on google.

awesome site ;)

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Brian said...

drudo - Pretty sweet. How do you add a new pin for other people?

Sorry for being so technologically inept!

Drudo said...

Sorry, here's the link to the map.

Drudo said...

Search for your city, state. Then click on the place mark button. Top left, second from the left (looks like a little speech bubble). Drop the placemarker where you want it. Then, Put your name/alias as the title and your comments in the description.

Drudo said...

Turns out that the map is only editable by the creator. Let me try again.

Drudo said...

Does anyone know how to set up a map on frappr.com? I can't do it now because it's blocked from my office. If not, I'll set one up when I get home and post the link tonight.

flop said...

Fulda, Hessen, Germany

My brother told me about your blog :-)
... and i like reading the spoiler-free parts

Anonymous said...

John
Greeley, CO
My wife and I found your blog, like many others, while trying to research the map after Lockdown.

Kuiosikle said...

Newburgh, NY, USA

No idea.

borg said...

Austin, TX

I think I found you with good old Google while looking for something related to Lost (can't remember what)

Dennis said...

Melbourne, Australia

goklemez said...

Ankara, Turkey

i can't remember how i ended up here, but i am totally addicted to this blog.

i really appriciate your work here.

well, thanks. :)

Ben said...

Murfreesboro, Tennessee

margalit said...

Boston MA USA

Can't remember where I found your blog. Some Lost Google search, I imagine.

Bruno de Almeida said...

Queluz, Portugal

About two years ago, did a search for LOST in google and voilá, found your amazing blog.

Keep the great work, Brian

Rebecca said...

Beaverton, OR

I found this blog when looking for the album artwork of one of my favorite artists (Guster's "Lost and Gone Forever" album). Lo and behold, I found a blog about LOST, my 2nd favorite tv show at the time! (the other was Alias). So THANK YOU!!

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Drudo said...

Finally, here's the link to the map.

Matt H said...

Posting from Dover, DE in the USA.

I came across this site when it was linked once in the Lost-TV forums.

Pat Gaughan said...

Las Vegas, NV, USA
Found it from your AIM profile while practicing the ancient art of away message reading/profile checking.

"Come on Cavs, gotta make it happen. Come on Cavs, gotta make it happen with your fast break action."

Anonymous said...

Crestview, Florida - I LOVE THIS BLOG AND DMB! Lindsay

Fernando said...

Irving, TX

ended up here after looking for information on the Lost Experience game last summer

Anonymous said...

New York, NY
Not sure how I found the blog. I think I was messing with Google Blog search and typed Lost. This must have come up.

Stephanie said...

Windber, PA

I was sent to your blog by a friend of mine from work. We loved talking LOST at work, and she told me that I HAD to read this. I've been addicted ever since!

Aaron said...

Tucson, AZ, USA

found your excellent blog while googling 'jacob theories'

Joe d. said...

BRIAN,

Wow, dude!! You have a HUGE international following. I remember you doing this census last year, and if I'm not mistaken you have A LOT more internation visitors than last season.

That just goes to show how great your blog is!! I know it is the first place I visit after a new episode for your instant reactions....Then I pine for the rest of the week for your episode breakdown. I also very much look forward to your preview posts. KEEP UP THE AWESOME WORK, DUDE!!!!!!!!

Pedro said...

Lisbon, Portugal

Saw it on a site dedicated to TV series and haven't stopped reading your fantastic reviews ever since. Congrats on the amazing job and keep it up!! ;)

Tim said...

Kansas City, MO

Last year I was posting from Raleigh, NC. My what a year makes (in life and Lost).

I think I found this site while searching Lost theories online, maybe...

A.J CR said...

PURA VIDA DESDE COSTA RICA!!!! Brian, ur site rocks!!! The lost rewind idea is pure geniuos!

Adam said...

Dayton, OH...IO.

di said...

St. Louis, MO
Probably found the site via a reference to the blast door map. Didn't start reading regularly 'til this year.

Madeline's Mom said...

Bellingham, WA, USA

I found out about the blog from my Pastor. We used to get together to watch Alias at his house annd now we watch Lost.

Steve said...

Chesterfield, Va

Jennie said...

Brian, not sure if the link still works, but here it was:
http://www.kstp.com/article/stories/S40999.shtml?cat=1

Chris Bobb said...

Westerville, Ohio, USA

Go Bearcats!! Go Buckeyes!!!

Tim said...

Yukon Territory, Canada

Libby said...

Pembroke, NH

I googled you. Didn't hurt, did it?

;)

amber said...

Jonesboro, AR

Rebecca said...

Ft. Campbell, KY

My friend, known here as cr, told me about your blog. She also got me watching LOOOOOST by sneaking season one set into my bag when I wasn't looking & I'm so glad she did.

henry gale said...

Carmel, Indiana

I found the blog on a google search for the invisible map on the blast door... I wanted some insight on the topic and I stumbled across this goldmine

Anonymous said...

Ann Arbor, MI, USA

Found the blog on ABC's lost.com blog notes where someone said” If you really want detailed LOST analysis without all these crazy bloggers, go to this site....” and I have been hooked on this site (and LOST) ever since! I read you comments Brian regularly and others too. I have introduced a bunch of my friends, family and my patients at my office to your great site. They know I am from Dayton OH originally and I tell them Brian is out of Cincinnati so he has to be good! :O) thanks for all the work you put into this Brian!

Tanya said...

Jacksonville, FL

My husband found this site when you posted the map from the blast door. I've read every post since!!

Justin said...

Cedar Rapids, IA.
I found your site when I saw a link from an excited poster on www.thetailsection.com pointing to a picture of that kid from the "Make-A-Wish" foundation and Henry Gale's huge, red smiling balloon looming behind him in the trees. I've been hooked on your site ever since.

Martin said...

Aarhus, Denmark

The picture of Henry Gale's balloon is what got me here.

Anonymous said...

Fairfax, VA

Can't watch Lost without you!

Rita said...

Setúbal, Portugal

It's been so long I can't remember :)

Anonymous said...

Cinthya
Asse (near capital Brussels), Belgium, Europe

By coincidence, and very happy I found it.

Chris said...

London, UK

Found link to the hatch-door-map back in season 2 and have been reading since.

Anonymous said...

Frank, Aachen, Germany

Google-ing for the blast door map did it. Lost the link to your blog two times (panic!).

joanh said...

sometimes Los Angeles, CA and sometimes Taipei, Taiwan... found it through google after the Jacob episode after not having anyone to talk to about lost theories!! thanks for all your posts!

kelly said...

Cincinnati, Ohio

I finally clicked on the link in your AIM profile one day. I really enjoy reading your blog every week. It's so much fun to read and reminds me of watching Buffy with you and your obsession for it. I have gotten my sister hooked on your blog and sent it to my aunt. Thank you for all your hard work!

Andy said...

Kannapolis, NC

Home of Dale Earnhardt

My sister told me, who heard about it from our cousin who knows you I think....Mary Ellen S. Only 3 degrees of separation!

kram said...

Baltimore, Maryland
I've watched every Lost episode in real time since the pilot. It was the driving force for getting HDTV with a DVR! I found your blog late in season one as a link from the fuselage site and am now addicted. I got my daughter hooked and now we're both dreading the enevitable flashforward end of it all. Thanks, Brian, for filling in the missing pieces of the mosaic every week.

Kristen said...

New York, NY

Anonymous said...

London Uk, I download the eps online

I found the blog while looking for the blast door map

Craig said...

Auckland, New Zealand

Think it was while looking for the blast door map too.

Big fan of Alias. Latecomer and convert to Buffy.

Btw, if others want to keep occupied over the 'break' then may I suggest these (not in same vein as Lost but good tide-overs):

- Rome (hang in there til season 2)
- Battlestar Galactica (I started with season 3 and now am backtracking - wot a nutter!)

David said...

Halifax, NS, Canada

I came across it randomly halfway through this season. I think I hit "next blog" on some other random site and ended up here.

Anonymous said...

Dorset, UK

Since midway through season 2. I cant remember how i found it but im glad i did! Egarly await every post almost as much as the show itself.

Anonymous said...

Oulu, Finland

Google is to blame.

mary b said...

Washington, DC
I found you when I googled the blast door. When LOST got lame this year, I stopped for a couple of eps. I returned and watched the episodes online but only after reading your one word review from the instant reactions post. Thanks!

Danny Mac said...

Boston, MA

No idea how I found it during the beginning of season 2, but rabid since...

Anonymous said...

Los Angeles, CA

Jabbadoo said...

Vermont...

I like the map Brian, maybe you should add it to the front page of your blog!

Myriam said...

San Lorenzo, PUERTO RICO

Love, love, love this blog. Really enjoy your sense of humor.

I found you thanks to someone at the ABC General Board and have been hooked since early '06.

Myriam :)

Sven said...

near K-Town, Germany..

since the blast door map ;)

wgh said...

Louisville, KY

Googled toward the end of the season to see what the blogs were saying and found the best one here.

Jesse said...

Philadelphia, PA

A friend mentioned you had a screenshot of the back of the blast door in the Hatch...then I was hooked. Keep it up!!!

sandra mae said...

Cincinnati, Ohio

a link through my friend's blog

Anonymous said...

google search

tewksbury,ma

RutkowskiLives said...

Provo, UT

I crashed on the information superhighway and stumbled out of the woods onto this blog.

Remember sleepy drivers, pull over.

Jill said...

Fort Mitchell, KY, USA

A friend of a friend sent me the link, I got on your email list season 1, and now I'm marrying a UD friend.

Anonymous said...

lansing, mi.

Anonymous said...

Chicago, IL

A friend forwarded me your blog during Season 2. I have been reading it ever since.

Stef said...

Washington, DC

I really can't remember how I found the blog - but life hasn't been the same since! :-)

Brett said...

Turunc, Turkey.. wow, a lot of readers from Turkey here!

Can't remember how I found it, but I've been reading for a long time.. keep up the good work...

Anonymous said...

Walla Walla, WA.

Friend got me hooked on the blog.

Anonymous said...

Loudonville, Ohio

Keep up the gret work brian!

Jessica said...

I'm from NJ

I'm not really sure how I found this either.
I love it though :)

Eric said...

Chicago, Illinois, USA

My sister pointed me in the direction of this here blog. Aparently you guys went to college together

calhoon said...

Bournemouth, Dorset, England

Googled 'lost blast door map' for images and haven't looked back since

lrlewis said...

Orem, Utah

I don't remember how I found it. I think I probably googled searched "What the crap is going on on "LOST?"

Anonymous said...

Was searching the web for a good map of Locke's Blast Door... and I found the blog and never left!


San Diego, CA

Anonymous said...

Baltimore, MD

I think you came up in a search for the blast door map

John said...

Columbia, MO, USA

Found the blog on the Google.

brad said...

Brad Davis

Houston, TX, USA

I found the blog trying to make sense of the blast door map in "Lockdown" (the greatest episode EVER!)

hayley said...

back again but this time from port washington ny

Andrew said...

Orlando, Fl

My wife Virginia introduced me to it. You and Jensen are my go to guys!! I tell every Lost fan i meet about this site.

robin said...

Ft. Lauderdale area, Florida
A very good friend sent me the link. Friends are always the ones to get you addicted...

Anonymous said...

Hamburg, Germany.

Someone recced your blog in a Lost community at Livejournal.

Martin said...

Stockholm, Sweden

Martin said...

p.s., I actually found your blog at the strangest place, a Lost-forum on a swedish socialist webpage.. haha!

Anonymous said...

Acworth, GA

I found the blog by luck!

Luinandune said...

Cincinnati, Ohio, USA

Was informed by a friend of mine about this blog

Anonymous said...

Dallas,TX,USA

Great Blog...please keep it going

Laura said...

Cincinnati, Ohio

found the blog link in your aim profile. have since gotten many others addicted. you are the best!!

Go Flyers

betty said...

...live here in "the 'Nati" and work with Brian's "smokin' hot" girlfriend who forwarded me the link early on in season 2. Have since forwarded to all and sundry because, well, the addict eventually becomes the pusher...

roundfour said...

allen, tx

since early season2. have passed it along to many a lostie...

Anonymous said...

Mexico City, Mexico.

I found your blog when you posted the picture of the balloon and was posted on digg.

kuff said...

Houston, TX.

Can't remember how I found this site - it was this season when I did. Followed a link from somewhere, and bookmarked it.

gabby said...

ny, ny

Señor Feesh said...

Swansea, Wales, UK

Been here a while now, I think I ended up here after looking for the blast door map, but I can't say for sure.

Beerman said...

Honolulu, HI

Found your blog looking for the blast door map, and I've gotten all my friends to check it out. Keep up the good work.

Anonymous said...

Stockholm, Sweden

Think it might've been the blast door map that led me here. It sure is awesome though!

jack e. said...

Sebring, Florida

I found your site via Yahoo search for lost blogs in general during Season 1.

Anonymous said...

new zealand.

Fabian said...

Bremen, Bremen, Germany

Googled for a topic of a lost episode

Anonymous said...

England, UK

A friend recommended the blog to me.

Anonymous said...

Southern Finland

A friend linked it to me and I liked how it made me not have to think after watching LOST anymore. Now I just watch and enjoy and let others (this blog) do the analysis for me. It's amazing what you can "feel" when you just watch and enjoy though.

Anonymous said...

Adam, Leicester, UK(Near Sherwood Forest for you Americans)

Friend recomended the site to me about 3 months ago and I've just about read everything from the 1st series onwards now, I'm a bit addicted.

Anonymous said...

Staci from Houston, Texas

It appears I'm a relative newcomer. I found your blog right after "Left Behind". I was having one of those weekends where I needed MORE Lost, and lucked across this blog. Now I'm almost as addicted to the blog as I am to the show! Your write-ups are great. Thanks!

sg

Jana said...

South central PA

I was referred here by Ellen at thereignofellen.blogspot.com

Renee said...

Seattle, Washington USA

The Blastdoor Map!
Love ya Brian!!!

Anonymous said...

Brisbane QLD Australia

From a friend

Jules said...

Jules
London, ON CANADA

My friend told me about it.

Laura said...

Fernandina Beach, FL

I found about your blog when it was PERSONALLY RECOMMENDED to me by none other than Michael Emerson, aka Benjamin Linus! It was right before the Season 2 finale- I ran into him in a store in Florida. I posted about it here at the time, but I'm not sure you believed me. Anyway, he said he loved your blog, and that's a good enough recommendation for me!

birdgal said...

Cary, NC

Found you through some other blogs I read ('Reign of Ellen', for one). I thoroughly enjoy your site!

dru said...

From Portugal.


And also have no ideia from where I got to here, but it was certainly somewhere online. TV discussions forums or some Google-search about "Lost. Hmm, I think that was it, when I was researching for a webpage my girlfriend had to do for a class, there was no list of themes, they could choose and she choose "Lost", lol. Had her addicted in the summer between season one and two. And had her addicted to your blog also. :P

P.S. Sorry for not complyng to the "simple comment" request, lol.

Anonymous said...

http://lost.and.gone.for.a.while.googlepages.com/

visual census!

Anonymous said...

Louisville, KY

I found the blog through a link on the Filmfodder Lost blog. I love this site and I check it out every Thursday afternoon.

Anonymous said...

Bristol, UK Cant remember how I found it probably Google

Jennifer Hall said...

Jennifer Claire Hall
Shreveport, LA

I was given your link by a fellow LOST obsessed person like myself. After reading how accurate your blogs were, I quit reading any other LOST info besides yours! Keep up the good work!

Seventoes said...

Willis, MI

Found the blog from digg, linked to the hot air baloon pic! Read and obsessed over every post since then!

Brandon said...

Kalamazoo, MI

Linked from some site/blog I was reading. Can't recall which.

Anonymous said...

Cork, Ireland.

I found this site after googling the phrase '' 'Man Behind the Curtain' analysis''. I wanted some solid Lost literature and you you provided. I've been reading obsessively since then. My only regret is that I didn;t find it earlier.
Thanks Brian something.

Brian said...

laura - I still don't believe you! Those Hollywood hotshots don't have time to read the Internet... they other people to read it for them and give them concise summaries.

If it's true, it's the greatest thing of all time. If it's not, I'll pretend that it is and feel an increased sense of self-worth.

Win-win for me!

Anonymous said...

Long Island, N.Y.

I started Last year, when my sister who had been addicted to your blog from day 1 introduced me to Lost/Brian

Ang said...

Long Island, NY

I'm the sister of anonymous from above. A friend from work whose wife found your blog told me about it and I've been hooked ever since.

Keep up the good work Brian, we love you in LI.

Will said...

Ithaca, NY

I don't exactly remember how I came to this blog. But I enjoy it quite a bit!

Webuffy said...

Found in Redondo Beach, California

Addicted to Brian's blog from early on - at some point watching Lost I said "WHAT is going ON!" and I got on the net ...

Heather's Brain said...

Butte, Montana USA

BLAST DOOR MAP...been hooked DAILY ever since!

THANK YOU Lord Brian!

THE GREAT ONE said...

New York, New York

found this blog through a friend cruisin google

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