14 thoughts on “I Am NOT Bald

  1. Turns out, Quillinaceous, that you truly are completely LOST! Ah-hem—-I said, “LOST!!!!!”

    Do not be fooled into thinking that this gentleman has anything whatsoever to do with the famous Philosopher who spoke HIS lines the hard way (i.e., having to think them up). This dude gets words put into his mouth and then only has the job of spitting them out.

  2. I am of ZERO help to you on this one Quilly… but I do believe you are BLONDE… NOT bald!

    I took the test and it said I was Charlie somebody – and that I might be addicted to drugs! How’d they find out so soon?

  3. what’s that about? characters in a tv show i’ve never heard of? pft, and i hoped you provided me with some blog fodder 😉

  4. Donna — I could have sworn I went back looking for that link! I must have checked the wrong back post.

    Melli — you are a riot.

    Polona — I did it because I had no time to come up with something original. That’s the joy of memes.

  5. Not gonna say a word about what it said about me, but…

    is that bald guy the same guy who was on one of the first survivor shows?

    Maybe that’s what being bald means: a survivor.

  6. Sauerkraut — I no longer watch TV, but I used to be a junkie. That fellow is an actor named Terry O’Quinn. HE first came to my notice in a long ago Scifi show named, Earth II.

  7. Locke is not exactly a good or bad guy. He does a lot of stuff that is bad, but he justifies it as being for a greater cause. He is both the first and last person you would want to be stuck on a desert island with, because he is guaranteed to keep you well fed. Unless he’s using you as bait…

  8. I only watched the first episode or two of lost…as I recall that character snuck onto the plane and started out crippled. But that could also be a plot from some book I edited. Maybe those stories about diet drinks burning holes in your brain are true….

  9. Brig — great. Just the kind of person I want to be. 😛

    Brian — well, I know much more ab out him then I did when I posted this.

    Kat — I read the synopsis of season one and you are correct, he was crippled when he got on the plane, but wasn’t after the crash.

  10. Locke has “a connection” with the island. Its mysterious powers gave him the ability to walk again. He had been a paraplegic as a result of his (corrupt) birth father throwing him out of a window a few years before the plane crashed. He doesn’t want to leave the island because he fears that if he leaves, he will return to his paraplegic state. Thus, he works for the survival of the crash survivors but works against their attempts to escape. He is “damaged goods” because of his treatment by his double-crossing father, but has found inner peace on the island. He is highly resourceful and skilled, especially with regard to hunting. He sees himself as a bit of a double agent.

    I think it’s funny that Melli and I both got Charlie, because Charlie is the ultimate martyr. He sacrificed himself in order to ensure the escape of the other survivors, however, it appears that it may have been in vain.

  11. I also got Charlie, but a lot of my answers could have gone several ways. So I went back and tried it again with the other set of answers and I got Hurley. I don’t think I’m like either one of them. lol

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