Welcome, to Benjamin-early-Birdie flag of convenience Flight 410.
Blue blankets are available from your steward, but if you need clonazepam – talk to Frank: http://www.talktofrank.com/atoz.aspx
(Jack's drug, is a benzodiazepine, they're under T for tranquiliser and N for norries.) Those of you hoping to find meat here are going to have to settle for what this is.
~ Happy Thanksgiving
Found under a rusty swing-set in a laundry basket cradle, this is the Great LOST Re-Watch's almost penultimate Season 4 'episode'. Turn off your phones, beware combustible material and put your seats in the self-righteous position – it's a Jackback:
In which could be full-time mom Kate never the less retains the nanny ...does she keep a housemaid – or is it just her child she need help with? 'Good at it' daddy Jack never comes home before Wee Willie Winky (he cried bedtime at 8 in our house growing up – poor 3 year old Aaron was probably asleep hours before he got read to) unless he's making an exception in an attempt to catch his may-be-cheating partner that is, and you have to hope he's not seeing anyone else in his care at 5 in the morning if that early start follows a night before when he was angrily teared up and washing down anti-convulsants with quantities of sedative effect increasing alcohol.
Ms Berenberg may have had a lucky escape. But who might she be named for?:
William Berenberg, M.D. (October 29, 1915 – September 14 2005) researched gamma globulin: gamma globulin injections are usually given in an attempt to temporarily boost a patient's immunity against disease. Injections are most commonly used on patients who have been exposed to hepatitis A or measles,...
... or to make a kidney donor and recipient compatible regardless of blood type or tissue match. ~
Could be – he died in Norwood, a LOST cannon name through Helen.
He also wrote for the journal, Pediatrics, on The Concept of Failure to Thrive. Aaron looks fine to me, but I thought it worth mention. http://pediatrics.aappublications.org/cgi/content/abstract/46/5/661
Within the childrens hospital he worked, he was know as 'The Godfather'.
Berenberg is also the name of Germany's oldest private bank – it's been operating since 1590. Ms Berenberg looks German to me ...an Economist connection?
And there's this: http://www.berenberggallery.com/
X-rays of the L4? - I've said it before and I'm saying it again; Gravity Holes:
THEY are the places gravity forgot. Vast regions of space, millions of kilometres across, in which celestial forces conspire to cancel out gravity and so trap anything that falls into them. They sit in the Earth's orbit, one marching ahead of our planet, the other trailing along behind. Astronomers call them Lagrangian points, or L4 and L5 for short. The best way to think of them, though, is as celestial flypaper.
In the 4.5 billion years since the formation of the solar system, everything from dust clouds to asteroids and hidden planets may have accumulated there. Some have even speculated that alien spacecraft are watching us from the Lagrangian points, looking for signs of intelligence.
~ Stuart Clark writing in New Scientist, issue 2696 18th February this year.
Good Luck with that E.T.
Nothing to see here.