The successful applicant will combine not only a working knowledge of tissue-transplantation procedures and the latest pharmaceutical agents involved in this growing field, but also an ability for high-speed travel, diplomacy and an extensive knowledge of transit restrictions and regulations as well as traffic laws around the world. Fluency in at least five languages including French, German, Russian and Chinese is crucial - as is a willingness to achieve fluency in sub-saharan regional and tribal dialects. Knowledge of martial arts, self-defense and extensive weapons training is essential, but applicants willing to receive training in these areas will receive due consideration.
I think another airplane crashed because they didn't push the button. Push the button dammit! Push the button!!!
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That woman on the last scene of Lost name is "Persephone" (or so someone says) according to the transcript... Anyone got an idea on the password?
Desmond has said, "See you in another life, yeah?" 3 times. God damn mysteries.
That cold place those people were, was a Brazilian Research station. :S
"In the Lost tie-in novel, Bad Twin, a Hanso Foundation office exists on the 42nd floor of a building owned by the Widmore family in Manhattan. This is presumably the same Widmore family who Desmond is involved with." - Pesperone (W/E sp?) father is Alfred Hanso IMHO. GOOD GOD?!