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[S1E24] Going Underground ##HOT##



On their way, Jack and Kate see what seems to be a small cloud of smoke move through some nearby trees, and they hear the rumbling of The Monster, which ensnares Locke's leg and drags him through the jungle. Jack grabs onto Locke to prevent him from being pulled into a hole, though Locke pleads with Jack to let him go. Jack then instructs Kate to drop a stick of dynamite into the tunnel, which causes an underground explosion, resulting in black smoke coming out of a nearby hole on the horizon, and disappearing. The hold on Locke slackens and they are able to extract him. Jack and Locke discuss the situation, and Locke says that Jack is a man of science, but that he is a man of faith. Locke believes everything that has occurred, including the death of Boone, was predestined, leading them all to the opening of the hatch. Jack disagrees, and believes that opening the hatch is a simple matter of survival.




[S1E24] Going Underground



Charlie and Claire are alone on the beach when Rousseau runs up, telling Charlie that she needs to see Sayid urgently. When Charlie runs off to get Sayid, Rousseau asks Claire if she can hold her baby. Soon Charlie and Sayid (accompanied by Shannon) return, to find Claire with a head wound exclaiming that her baby has been taken, and Sayid surmises that Rousseau intends to attempt an exchange of Aaron, Claire's baby, for her own child, Alex, with the "Others." As evening approaches, Charlie and Sayid head toward the black smoke. During their journey, Charlie is injured by one of Rousseau's traps, and they also encounter the downed drug smugglers' plane, which Sayid, unaware of Charlie's past as an addict, reveals is full of heroin - Charlie appears conflicted as he stares at them. When Sayid and Charlie arrive on the beach with the black smoke, there are no other footprints or people, just a pyre on the sand, though they discover both the baby and Rousseau nearby. Charlie angrily accuses her of lighting the pyre herself and inventing "the Others" as cover for kidnapping the baby. She tearfully tells them that she overheard them saying that they were going to go after "the boy", and she thought that if she brought him to them, they would return her child. She returns the baby.


Chris Carabott from IGN "loved" Tom's first appearance because "It's a great scene and our first introduction to The Others besides Ethan's infiltration of the camp."[5] Gainey found the fan reaction to his first appearance "really tough", because "everywhere [he] went people would just give [him] dirty looks and they were like 'What are you going to do with that boy?'", but he noted this gradually improved after his appearances in season two.[6] In another IGN article, Eric Goldman ranked "Exodus, Part 1" as 52nd out of all the episodes of Lost, while he ranked "Exodus, Part 2" higher in the 19th spot, praising the tension wrought in both parts.[7] Erin Martell from AOL's TV Squad listed Tom in her five "most entertaining guest roles" from the first three seasons, commenting "I am counting his first episode as my favorite. For my money, there was nothing more disturbing than when Gainey showed up out of the blue and uttered the words, 'We're gonna have to take the boy.' I could not get that scene out of my head for days after 'Exodus' aired."[8]


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The episode gets going when April gets a secret message from her dad. When Donni decodes it he learns that Mr. Oneal is being held in a secret Krang facility. Which in retrospect is very convenient. How was he able to send the message if he was locked up. (more on that later) Donni, in an attempt to impress April, goes off to rescue Mr. Oneal on his own. The rest of the turtles quickly find out and follow. But not before Donni gets himself into more trouble by releasing all the prisoners in the Krang facility, Including the very cool Newtralizer (or however you spell it)


Danny Williams: What's going on? You having second thoughts about telling Stan?Rachel Edwards: No. That's not it at all.Danny Williams: Hey, listen to me, whatever it is, you can tell me, okay? Anything. I'm right here.Rachel Edwards: I'm pregnant.Danny Williams: You're pregnant? Wow, uh, and I'm definitely?Rachel Edwards: Yes.Danny Williams: Okay, good, good, good. Okay. Everything's gonna be okay, all right? I promise. Huh?Rachel Edwards: How do I tell Stan that I'm leaving and that I'm pregnant with your child?Danny Williams: I don't know, but you don't have to do it alone. I'll come with you, all right?Rachel Edwards: No. This is something that I need to do by myself. Once it's done, I don't want to be here.Danny Williams: You want to leave Hawaii?Rachel Edwards: This is Stan's home. It's not mine. I already checked with the airlines. There's a redeye to Newark that leaves tomorrow night.Danny Williams: All right, well, I'm coming with you.Rachel Edwards: Danny, you can't leave. You have a life here.Danny Williams: I have.. I have a life here? Rachel, you and Grace are my life. The only reason I came out here in the first place was for you guys. Wherever you are, that's where I wanna be. That's where I'm gonna be, okay?Rachel Edwards: What about your job?Danny Williams: Listen, we'll go, uh, get you settled in New Jersey and I'll come back here. I'll wrap up all my cases. And then that's it, all right? It'll just be three of us again, all right?Rachel Edwards: Four of us.


Entering the Unnamed Village, Sonic brags to himself about how fast he can return the book but is forced to stop for the Old Monkey. Trying to be polite, Sonic lets the Old Monkey cross the street first after a brief argument, which he does so at a snail's pace while making small talk. After running for a short distance, Sonic notices Sticks dragging a net along the ground and stops to ask her if she is going fishing. She explains that the net is for capturing aliens which she was warned about were coming in her dreams (or that she was going to a tea party). Wanting no part in Sticks' paranoid actions, Sonic lets her go.


On his way, Sonic again encounters the Old Monkey who slows him down just before. Sonic quickly takes off again after the Old Monkey has passed, but is suddenly caught in a trap. Sticks then reappears, having set up the trap to catch aliens. Once Sticks realizes who she caught, she unlocks the cage, though not after going through several keys in the process. Sonic takes off again, but is again slowed down by the Old Monkey, as he crosses the street again, much to his frustration. As Sonic nears his destination, he is stopped by the Gogoba Chief, who asks for Sonic to fix the broken wheel on his cart immediately. Sonic tries to decline but is quickly guilt-tripped into complying. Once he is done though, Sonic finds the chief reading his book and takes it back.


  • This is why we have free speech.Freedom of the Press:Newsflash! The media is supposed to be the "fourth estate," a check on the presidential, Congressional, and judicial components of our society. While it's my belief that they do their best to uphold a common decency and fairness in reporting, they have the right to say whatever they want. Each time I begin my browser, I start by reading two completely opposing online news sources: the Drudge Report (on the right) and the Huffington Post (on the left) are often telling the same story, but from different sides. Our press has that right.In Turkey, a nation I visited in 2012, the press was still free - able to say whatever it wanted. That's not so much the case now, as the national government controls the largest news networks. I'm not interested in living in a society like that. Instead, I'm interested in freer press, as the US is still only the 41st free press in the world (a number that keeps declining instead of improving). If I'm the President, I want a freedom where anybody can write in the newspaper how big of an idiot I am.Contrarily, when Gov. Daniels of Indiana wanted to censor teachers, I had the right to pick up the pen (or iPad) and write an editorial slamming him or an article celebrating the end to No Child Left Behind.Keep in mind it was the press that shared the news of the American Revolution, the uncovering of the Watergate scandal, the Teapot Dome Scandal, and more. The press is far from perfect, but who should we trust to make it better? Your version of that answer can lead to more or less free press.This is why we have a free media.

  • Right to Peaceably Assemble:This past summer, my school district served as a spot for Donald Drumpf to hold a campaign rally. In doing so, I can't tell you how many people contacted me to help bring that to a halt. And to each opponent of Drumpf, I told them the same thing. You won't see me support this candidate or pretty much his entire platform, but you will 100% see me support his right to be there. There is no captive audience - in fact, school wasn't even in session yet. But there were supporters who wanted to see him - by the thousands, have you. As the Presidential Candidate for a political party - he, Hillary Clinton, Gary Johnson, Jill Stein, and a host of other candidates have that right to peaceably assemble there. Sure, there was some controversy, as one protester snuck in and was roughed up a bit. (Turns out he had the same message for the Clinton rally to a much less interested crowd).Outside, however, there were protesters to Drumpf's arrival. And then there were counter-protesters. Just as Westboro Baptists and the bikers have the right to peaceably assemble, so do these individuals. So do teachers when they want to strike. So did a primarily Neo-Nazi group who wanted to march through a neighborhood of Holocaust survivors in Skokie, Illinois. Heck, I used this right to host a political debate at my school this past year.Just because we don't agree with one another doesn't mean one side should be excluded from their version of the story. The alternative is those who are stunted and their speech made illegal will go underground, they feel ignored, shunned, or mistreated, and their messages fester into violence. Though I love the American Flag, I'd rather it be hanged and then burned on a pole than an American.Imagine if Martin Luther King Jr. wasn't allowed to gather with thousands of supporters in DC in the summer of 1963. We'd never had a "I have a dream speech."This is why we have the right to assemble.

  • Right to Petition:The last of our guaranteed First Amendment rights offers us a chance to hold our government accountable. The late-18th-century French struggled with leadership when they didn't know how to remove it from office - so they killed them off, over and over again in their bloody revolution. Here we can circle a petition to do something about it. We can impeach and remove them from office. We can vote them out the next time they're up.There's a system of checks-and-balances here with the right to petition, it starts at the ground-roots level. Say what you will about the Obama Administration, but their ability to give people a voice - whereby Pres. Obama has said he'd respond to any petition on the We The People of WhiteHouse.gov that acquires more than 20,000 signatures - is a surefire method to see that this component of our First Amendment rights are still intact - even if it requires the President to respond to deporting Piers Morgan or releasing his honey ale lager recipe.Locally, we have the right to question our tax assessment, fines for speeding tickets, and elected officials decisions. Likewise, since I don't believe that the Citizens United v. FEC SCOTUS case should have decided that campaign contributions should equal free speech (which I stand firmly to after watching that State Senate debate be worth almost $1.5 million), I have the right to - and have petitioned - my government.Most recently, a few girls who were tired of being humiliated for violating a draconian dress code at their school went to a school board meeting with their peers' support to change the policy and make it fairer. And they won.This is why we have the right to petition.

While many of the things we learn about in this class will be full clouds of gray, the rights provided by the First Amendment are either black or white. Here's the kicker - in 2012, 1 in every 3 Americans said that our First Amendment rights went too far. 041b061a72


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