I said it, you know it, and I'm happy that I've come clean. The question is, what do I do when I'm not home to watch Lost? What mysteries of the island have been revealed in my absense?! How can I see what I missed?! The normal answer is that I watch it online using ABC's very bad online television station, and then realize that of course I didn't miss anything important, and then I realize that Lost is a horrible show, and then I can't wait to see the next episode. I think this is what heroin must be like... Anyway, life would be way easier if I bought a DVR.
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written by Volkswagen catalytic converter, November 15, 2007
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