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Title: Ben's Exile From The Island
Post by: MangoBingo on June 03, 2008, 05:11:59 PM
Just go with whichever option you agree with most strongly.
Title: Re: Ben's Exile From The Island
Post by: Lost-N-Detroit on June 03, 2008, 06:05:27 PM
I have been thinking this for some time now and this post helps with it.
Does Ben know something about being " the leader ". I have this feeling that Ben of course lies constantly and manipulates everyone for his own good. Could Ben have known Locke would die and placed Locke in his position as leader knowing that death was to follow?
I'm not sure how to explain it all but it seems that Ben may have been killed off and to escape this threat and the island being fond he moves it.
Thus Locke being killed while off the island from learning the OTHERS secrets.

Somewhere in there is a point?   ???
Title: Re: Ben's Exile From The Island
Post by: MangoBingo on June 03, 2008, 06:20:21 PM
Could Ben have known Locke would die and placed Locke in his position as leader knowing that death was to follow?

Ben handed Locke his crown - but it was a crown of thorns.
Title: Re: Ben's Exile From The Island
Post by: Walkabout on June 03, 2008, 06:52:48 PM
Could Ben have known Locke would die and placed Locke in his position as leader knowing that death was to follow?

Ben handed Locke his crown - but it was a crown of thorns.
Don't forget Locke had been longing for that thorny crown and worked hard to get it. Beauty is in the eye of the beholder and Locke sees Mrs. Universe.
Title: Re: Ben's Exile From The Island
Post by: motorcycle on June 03, 2008, 07:25:47 PM
Ben didn't seem too upset when commenting "oh, so you do know how to speak English" to the Tunisian on the horse, which was only literally 3 minutes after leaving the island. You would think he would be too upset for zingy one-liners if he had permanently left the island he loves, so I conclude it was a cunning plan to coerce Locke for future reasons yet unknown  8)
Title: Re: Ben's Exile From The Island
Post by: LostinAlaska on June 03, 2008, 07:50:47 PM
I have to say the show without Benji would not be a show at all. I can't wait to see what this guy comes up with!
Title: Re: Ben's Exile From The Island
Post by: Lost-N-Detroit on June 03, 2008, 07:57:04 PM
Ben didn't seem too upset when commenting "oh, so you do know how to speak English" to the Tunisian on the horse, which was only literally 3 minutes after leaving the island. You would think he would be too upset for zingy one-liners if he had permanently left the island he loves, so I conclude it was a cunning plan to coerce Locke for future reasons yet unknown  8)

Speculation that Ben leaving the island was more 10 months difference not 3 mins. when he moves the island.
Title: Re: Ben's Exile From The Island
Post by: JBRam on June 03, 2008, 11:30:24 PM
I say YES, or "no - he needs the Losties." Going with YES for now though.
Title: Re: Ben's Exile From The Island
Post by: CastawayCayley on June 03, 2008, 11:46:49 PM
Ben didn't seem too upset when commenting "oh, so you do know how to speak English" to the Tunisian on the horse, which was only literally 3 minutes after leaving the island. You would think he would be too upset for zingy one-liners if he had permanently left the island he loves, so I conclude it was a cunning plan to coerce Locke for future reasons yet unknown  8)

Speculation that Ben leaving the island was more 10 months difference not 3 mins. when he moves the island.

well, I think it was 10 months real time, but in Ben's experience it was only 3 minutes of time that elapsed for him from when he left the donkey wheel and then dropped in the desert 10 months later. Or do you think he emerged on the same day he left the wheel and then 10 months later he went to the Sahara Desert? I'm just clarifying.
Title: Re: Ben's Exile From The Island
Post by: Sweet Old Lady on June 04, 2008, 02:24:52 AM
I think Ben discovered a way back that requires the Losties.  I think history has to repeat itself in a way, with the O6 on board the same flight and Jack transporting a casket.  Just like the first time.
Title: Re: Ben's Exile From The Island
Post by: Shakey on June 04, 2008, 09:21:41 AM
I originally chose option 4 but I've changed my mind to option 2.  I consider it possible that he was upset that he was leaving that particular time on the island.  Maybe he believes he could return later if he finds the island again but he doesn't know how much time will have passed nor what will be happening on the island when he does return.  It kind of reminds me of the phrase "You can never go home again.".  You can return home but it'll never be the same as when you left it. 
Title: Re: Ben's Exile From The Island
Post by: Jungle Otter on June 04, 2008, 09:56:03 AM
I think he was unable to return much like other "island movers" (guess they never heard of 'two guys and a truck')  ;) He may have found a way back which requires the Oceanic 6 since they all have a tie to the island - much like putting together a puzzle and needing all the pieces (even the dead ones). With Hugo's connection to the dead, it's quite possible Hugo will be the catalyst to return them to the island.......
Title: Re: Ben's Exile From The Island
Post by: Mrs Hume on June 04, 2008, 02:09:58 PM
Ben didn't seem too upset when commenting "oh, so you do know how to speak English" to the Tunisian on the horse, which was only literally 3 minutes after leaving the island. You would think he would be too upset for zingy one-liners if he had permanently left the island he loves, so I conclude it was a cunning plan to coerce Locke for future reasons yet unknown  8)

Speculation that Ben leaving the island was more 10 months difference not 3 mins. when he moves the island.

well, I think it was 10 months real time, but in Ben's experience it was only 3 minutes of time that elapsed for him from when he left the donkey wheel and then dropped in the desert 10 months later. Or do you think he emerged on the same day he left the wheel and then 10 months later he went to the Sahara Desert? I'm just clarifying.

Yes yes it was 3 min (estimated) for Ben but 10 months for all others.
Title: Re: Ben's Exile From The Island
Post by: Lost-N-Detroit on June 04, 2008, 04:39:27 PM
Ben didn't seem too upset when commenting "oh, so you do know how to speak English" to the Tunisian on the horse, which was only literally 3 minutes after leaving the island. You would think he would be too upset for zingy one-liners if he had permanently left the island he loves, so I conclude it was a cunning plan to coerce Locke for future reasons yet unknown  8)

Speculation that Ben leaving the island was more 10 months difference not 3 mins. when he moves the island.

well, I think it was 10 months real time, but in Ben's experience it was only 3 minutes of time that elapsed for him from when he left the donkey wheel and then dropped in the desert 10 months later. Or do you think he emerged on the same day he left the wheel and then 10 months later he went to the Sahara Desert? I'm just clarifying.

Thinking is that Ben moves the island "POOF!"
OC6 get rescued, its been 10 months and then Ben "POOF!" appears again. But Ben hasn't lost anytime.
Make sense?
Title: Re: Ben's Exile From The Island
Post by: CastawayCayley on June 04, 2008, 05:51:25 PM
Ben didn't seem too upset when commenting "oh, so you do know how to speak English" to the Tunisian on the horse, which was only literally 3 minutes after leaving the island. You would think he would be too upset for zingy one-liners if he had permanently left the island he loves, so I conclude it was a cunning plan to coerce Locke for future reasons yet unknown  8)

Speculation that Ben leaving the island was more 10 months difference not 3 mins. when he moves the island.

well, I think it was 10 months real time, but in Ben's experience it was only 3 minutes of time that elapsed for him from when he left the donkey wheel and then dropped in the desert 10 months later. Or do you think he emerged on the same day he left the wheel and then 10 months later he went to the Sahara Desert? I'm just clarifying.

Thinking is that Ben moves the island "POOF!"
OC6 get rescued, its been 10 months and then Ben "POOF!" appears again. But Ben hasn't lost anytime.
Make sense?
No. Are you saying he hung around in limbo for ten moths or went instantaneously from donkey wheel to desert?  Because when you said
Ben didn't seem too upset when commenting "oh, so you do know how to speak English" to the Tunisian on the horse, which was only literally 3 minutes after leaving the island. You would think he would be too upset for zingy one-liners if he had permanently left the island he loves, so I conclude it was a cunning plan to coerce Locke for future reasons yet unknown  8)

Speculation that Ben leaving the island was more 10 months difference not 3 mins. when he moves the island.

it sounds like you do not think it was 3 minutes later for Ben... So what I and motorcycle are saying is that for Ben Oct. 2005 took 3 minutes to get to, but it took the rest of the  world it took 10 months. It sounds like you don't agree with that...
Title: Re: Ben's Exile From The Island
Post by: Lost-N-Detroit on June 04, 2008, 05:54:39 PM
No, no totally on board with the 10 months for OC6 and minutes for Ben

Sorry if I got you lost, I got turned around to many times.
Title: Re: Ben's Exile From The Island
Post by: CastawayCayley on June 04, 2008, 05:58:58 PM
ok, phew! I feel better now, lol. ;)
Title: Re: Ben's Exile From The Island
Post by: laklost on June 04, 2008, 06:10:15 PM
No. He was lying again to set-up Locke for an as-yet unseen threat which he wishes to avoid   

No. This may have been the fate of other "Island movers" but he's discovered a way back, which requires the Losties in some way

Thank you so much for delineating this, Mango.  I think though that these two options are related.  I like the idea of Ben stepping out of the way of the coming trouble on the island (the Rise of Richard?) - but also that his plan needs the O6.  What in the world is that plan short of just plain and simple "Live Together, Die Alone," I have no idea.
Title: Re: Ben's Exile From The Island
Post by: MangoBingo on June 04, 2008, 06:14:00 PM
I think though that these two options are related.  I like the idea of Ben stepping out of the way of the coming trouble on the island (the Rise of Richard?) - but also that his plan needs the O6.

I did realise that I agreed with a mixture of two options myself, but to keep it simple I just kept it to a few.
Title: Re: Ben's Exile From The Island
Post by: Lost-N-Detroit on June 04, 2008, 06:38:19 PM
Always thought that Ben was stepping aside for a brief period because he knew what was coming and let Locke take the hit.
Richard I always saw as someone manipulating people like Ben, in fact he's using Ben to get what he wants.
Can't get Locke so take the next best thing until Locke gets there and then release what's not needed,Ben.
Title: Re: Ben's Exile From The Island
Post by: MangoBingo on June 04, 2008, 08:26:04 PM
Always thought that Ben was stepping aside for a brief period because he knew what was coming and let Locke take the hit.

Look at the safety poster on the wall behind Locke's coffin in this promo shot...

(http://images.eonline.com/eol_images/Watch_with_Kristin/20080530/293.lost.lockebox.jpg)

Sums it all up really, doesn't it?  :)

Locke bit-off more than he could chew, but it was Ben whom handed it to him on a plate.
Title: Re: Ben's Exile From The Island
Post by: LostinLock on June 04, 2008, 08:38:27 PM
Well, when one thinks about this and though I didn't post earlier, Richard has been trying to test Locke for a long time.  He gave Locke the file and well, Richard is a much larger cog in the wheel of life on the island.
He saw Ben as a young child in pain and someone who could see his mother.  So he took advantage of that and really did mentor him. 

Though we have not seen this yet, I am sure that once his agenda is revealed we will find that no man is an island there. 

Ben maybe gone for now, but he'll be back and maybe with the Terminator...sorry had to throw that in...

Great job Mango.. good thoughts from everyone.... :D
Title: Re: Ben's Exile From The Island
Post by: MangoBingo on June 04, 2008, 08:46:57 PM
Ben didn't seem too upset when commenting "oh, so you do know how to speak English" to the Tunisian on the horse, which was only literally 3 minutes after leaving the island. You would think he would be too upset for zingy one-liners if he had permanently left the island he loves, so I conclude it was a cunning plan to coerce Locke for future reasons yet unknown  8)

Speculation that Ben leaving the island was more 10 months difference not 3 mins. when he moves the island.

 ???

He was wearing the same clothes with the same gash on his arm.

I think that motorcycle's thought is correct... Ben's arrival in Tunsia was (for Ben) directly after he moved the Island. Taking his alleged exile into account, he was in a surprisingly chipper mood.
Title: Re: Ben's Exile From The Island
Post by: laklost on June 04, 2008, 10:51:03 PM
Yeah, I don't exactly get it, but I believe the actions in Tunisia were the direct aftermath of being blown off the island.  T

he thing I don't get is why on island time did Keamy tell him that Widmore was trying to find him  -which we know - but Ben said "Not if I find him first."  Now, why was it a dare that Ben would find Widmore first, and why did the writers tell us that Ben found him before we heard him say this?
Title: Re: Ben's Exile From The Island
Post by: Lost-N-Detroit on June 05, 2008, 01:25:34 PM
Always thought that Ben was stepping aside for a brief period because he knew what was coming and let Locke take the hit.

Look at the safety poster on the wall behind Locke's coffin in this promo shot...

(http://images.eonline.com/eol_images/Watch_with_Kristin/20080530/293.lost.lockebox.jpg)

Sums it all up really, doesn't it?  :)

Locke bit-off more than he could chew, but it was Ben whom handed it to him on a plate.


Similar to "HITMAN" anyone?
Title: Re: Ben's Exile From The Island
Post by: Mommainternet on June 05, 2008, 01:37:44 PM
I think Ben discovered a way back that requires the Losties.  I think history has to repeat itself in a way, with the O6 on board the same flight and Jack transporting a casket.  Just like the first time.

Very smart thinking.  Hadn't thought of that.  Very interesting.  Got a big hmmm. . .  out of me on that one.
Title: Re: Ben's Exile From The Island
Post by: redcrow1973 on June 05, 2008, 04:28:27 PM
Ben didn't seem too upset when commenting "oh, so you do know how to speak English" to the Tunisian on the horse, which was only literally 3 minutes after leaving the island. You would think he would be too upset for zingy one-liners if he had permanently left the island he loves, so I conclude it was a cunning plan to coerce Locke for future reasons yet unknown  8)

I'm thinking Ben had more pressing concerns on his mind during his encounter with the locals in Tunisia than having just left the Island. 
Title: Re: Ben's Exile From The Island
Post by: Lost-N-Detroit on June 05, 2008, 04:30:41 PM
Ben didn't seem too upset when commenting "oh, so you do know how to speak English" to the Tunisian on the horse, which was only literally 3 minutes after leaving the island. You would think he would be too upset for zingy one-liners if he had permanently left the island he loves, so I conclude it was a cunning plan to coerce Locke for future reasons yet unknown  8)

I'm thinking Ben had more pressing concerns on his mind during his encounter with the locals in Tunisia than having just left the Island. 

Maybe something like, "Who the hell is this guy sitting here with a parka on?"
Title: Re: Ben's Exile From The Island
Post by: Madam P on June 05, 2008, 08:09:08 PM
Ben didn't seem too upset when commenting "oh, so you do know how to speak English" to the Tunisian on the horse, which was only literally 3 minutes after leaving the island. You would think he would be too upset for zingy one-liners if he had permanently left the island he loves, so I conclude it was a cunning plan to coerce Locke for future reasons yet unknown  8)

Speculation that Ben leaving the island was more 10 months difference not 3 mins. when he moves the island.

 ???

He was wearing the same clothes with the same gash on his arm.

I think that motorcycle's thought is correct... Ben's arrival in Tunsia was (for Ben) directly after he moved the Island. Taking his alleged exile into account, he was in a surprisingly chipper mood.

I don't know... he seemed pretty ticked to me.  I remember I was surprised by how sudden the violence was when he took those guys out -- I was all "Whoa!  Don't mess with Ben!"  Maybe it was his anger at being exiled coming out -- he just took it out on those locals in the desert.  I think they were the ones who were in the wrong place at the wrong time, not Ben!   
Title: Re: Ben's Exile From The Island
Post by: Mrs Hume on June 05, 2008, 09:02:50 PM
Or they were at the right place at the right time!?! Widmores guys?! Probably not because I'm sure he would have sent more men, but widmore did know plan B. so It's just a silly idea I guess.
Title: Re: Ben's Exile From The Island
Post by: Madam P on June 05, 2008, 09:12:09 PM
No, not silly, that's a good thought.

I was just meaning that they were unfortunate enough to get in the way of Ben when he was mad.  Not a healthy place to be.   :)
Title: Re: Ben's Exile From The Island
Post by: Mrs Hume on June 05, 2008, 09:16:32 PM
No, not silly, that's a good thought.

I was just meaning that they were unfortunate enough to get in the way of Ben when he was mad.  Not a healthy place to be.   :)

Oh I know. I totally got what you were saying. and I agree, Ben is no joke, he may look scrawny but he can really hurt you. Physically and mentally! I wouldn't want to be on his bad side. :o
Title: Re: Ben's Exile From The Island
Post by: LostinAlaska on June 05, 2008, 09:27:49 PM
Ah MrsHume you're too humble. You could totally take Ben  ;)
Title: Re: Ben's Exile From The Island
Post by: Mrs Hume on June 05, 2008, 09:33:33 PM
cute! :D 
Title: Re: Ben's Exile From The Island
Post by: Madam P on June 05, 2008, 09:36:04 PM
I've been totally surprised by how tough these Others are -- they don't look like much, but then *wham!*  Ben and Juliet both...

They must've had Ju-Jitsu class along with the Book Club back in Otherville...
Title: Re: Ben's Exile From The Island
Post by: JBRam on June 05, 2008, 09:37:05 PM
And look at Ethan. Many people thought the others were superhuman because of how Ethan beat up Jack.
Title: Re: Ben's Exile From The Island
Post by: LostinAlaska on June 05, 2008, 09:39:25 PM
idk I'm still shaking in my boots about the whole ordeal...kidding ;)

and Madam I bet you're right! HI-YAAAA!
Title: Re: Ben's Exile From The Island
Post by: JBRam on June 05, 2008, 09:42:12 PM
Wow, that karate yell would send any Other packing.
Title: Re: Ben's Exile From The Island
Post by: LostinAlaska on June 05, 2008, 09:45:55 PM
What can I tell ya? Being Indian technically makes me Asian! And a hi-ya for the road!

Although I would like to change my name to Siyad's cousin b/c we both know I look like I could be haha
Title: Re: Ben's Exile From The Island
Post by: JBRam on June 05, 2008, 09:46:53 PM
What can I tell ya? Being Indian technically makes me Asian! And a hi-ya for the road!

Although I would like to change my name to Siyad's cousin b/c we both know I look like I could be haha
We'll just call you Nadia ;)
Title: Re: Ben's Exile From The Island
Post by: Mrs Hume on June 05, 2008, 09:48:29 PM
I want to be an other !!!!!!  I'm pretty short , and I'd like to be able to kick some guys but and shock the s---t out of them! and know all the secrets of the island, that would be cool too.
Title: Re: Ben's Exile From The Island
Post by: JBRam on June 05, 2008, 09:51:21 PM
I want to be an other !!!!!!  I'm pretty short , and I'd like to be able to kick some guys but and shock the s---t out of them! and know all the secrets of the island, that would be cool too.
Actually something tells me that not all of the others know all the secrets...
Title: Re: Ben's Exile From The Island
Post by: Mrs Hume on June 05, 2008, 09:53:43 PM
That's true, I thought of that after I sent. Juliet didn't know poop about smokie. How in the world that is , I haven't got a clue.
Title: Re: Ben's Exile From The Island
Post by: JBRam on June 05, 2008, 09:55:08 PM
That's true, I thought of that after I sent. Juliet didn't know poop about smokie. How in the world that is , I haven't got a clue.
She SAID she knew nothing... I think she did know more than she let on, but I really think that she had no idea about the Orchid.
Title: Re: Ben's Exile From The Island
Post by: Mrs Hume on June 05, 2008, 10:00:49 PM
Yeah, I can see her possibly not knowing about the orchard, but a smoke monster smoking around (he he) and you don't ask wtf? So I didn't believe her back then, but now That I know more of the story , I for sure I don't believe her. ON the other hand can you see Ben saying ' Juliet ..... the island has many security measures , nothing you should worry about. In his Ben voice?
Title: Re: Ben's Exile From The Island
Post by: LostAndSeek on June 05, 2008, 10:04:51 PM
Juliet wasn't really one of them. Not on anybody's list as far as we know, just hired help. So I don't think she was let in on much, though Goodwin probably spilled some beans. The average Other probably knows more, but ain't talkin' to the likes of you and me. Alex probably could have told us a lot!
Title: Re: Ben's Exile From The Island
Post by: laklost on June 05, 2008, 10:16:08 PM
And look at Ethan. Many people thought the others were superhuman because of how Ethan beat up Jack.

And do you have a comment about how Jack then later beat up Ethan?  Hmmm?  Do ya?  Do ya?
Title: Re: Ben's Exile From The Island
Post by: JBRam on June 05, 2008, 10:28:51 PM
I bet Richard initiates people...
Title: Re: Ben's Exile From The Island
Post by: laklost on June 05, 2008, 10:32:28 PM
It's very puzzling about him.  Do you think he has more power than he lets on?  Or do you think he is like a Messenger for the Others - kind of their Apollo or Gabriel?
Title: Re: Ben's Exile From The Island
Post by: JBRam on June 05, 2008, 10:34:56 PM
It's very puzzling about him.  Do you think he has more power than he lets on?  Or do you think he is like a Messenger for the Others - kind of their Apollo or Gabriel?
I think he's their number two man. TPTB have said he's like the Dick Cheney of the island. Take that how you will.
Title: Re: Ben's Exile From The Island
Post by: laklost on June 05, 2008, 10:41:11 PM
That doesn't work for me.  Does that make Ben W?  No way.
Title: Re: Ben's Exile From The Island
Post by: JBRam on June 05, 2008, 10:46:36 PM
I think they meant it in that Richard was number two but had no desire to be the leader.
Title: Re: Ben's Exile From The Island
Post by: Madam P on June 05, 2008, 10:50:45 PM
Or Richard is number two but is really the one pulling the strings?

Did I say that?
Title: Re: Ben's Exile From The Island
Post by: Sweet Old Lady on June 06, 2008, 03:38:09 AM
The power behind the throne?  I've always thought that's a cowardly position.  Maybe he's like Merlin and teaches the king how to rule.
Title: Re: Ben's Exile From The Island
Post by: LostinAlaska on June 06, 2008, 03:44:11 AM
Richard is one of those characters that seems to weave in and out of each episode leaving us with questions. Like how is it that he's always been around but seems so 'behind the scenes' in his own way? One moment that stuck out to me was when he and Locke were sitting on the small hill chatting a little like RIchards just one of the guys or something. (when Ben tells him to kill his dad) I'm so waiting to know more about that man!!!
Title: Re: Ben's Exile From The Island
Post by: JBRam on June 06, 2008, 12:50:37 PM
I like to think of Richard as someone who's actually more peaceful. He has always spoken very calmly (except when Locke failed the test). The only time we've seen him aid in the death of someone is when he told Locke that Sawyer would kill Cooper. Doing this actually helped keep the peace on the island. Ben obviously didn't want Locke to succeed and Richard did. It doesn't sound like someone is pulling strings, but rather they are on opposite sides of the fence. If you ask me, Richard seems like a more benign version of Senator Palpatine.
Title: Re: Ben's Exile From The Island
Post by: Lost-N-Detroit on June 06, 2008, 02:56:56 PM
I like to think of Richard as someone who's actually more peaceful. He has always spoken very calmly (except when Locke failed the test). The only time we've seen him aid in the death of someone is when he told Locke that Sawyer would kill Cooper. Doing this actually helped keep the peace on the island. Ben obviously didn't want Locke to succeed and Richard did. It doesn't sound like someone is pulling strings, but rather they are on opposite sides of the fence. If you ask me, Richard seems like a more benign version of Senator Palpatine.

Are we suddenly forgetting about shooting Keamy, he may not have killed Keamy but the intentions were there.

And if Richard is like Cheney then he must shot a lot of friends in the face.  ;D
Title: Re: Ben's Exile From The Island
Post by: JBRam on June 07, 2008, 01:10:24 AM
I like to think of Richard as someone who's actually more peaceful. He has always spoken very calmly (except when Locke failed the test). The only time we've seen him aid in the death of someone is when he told Locke that Sawyer would kill Cooper. Doing this actually helped keep the peace on the island. Ben obviously didn't want Locke to succeed and Richard did. It doesn't sound like someone is pulling strings, but rather they are on opposite sides of the fence. If you ask me, Richard seems like a more benign version of Senator Palpatine.

Are we suddenly forgetting about shooting Keamy, he may not have killed Keamy but the intentions were there.

And if Richard is like Cheney then he must shot a lot of friends in the face.  ;D
Ah yes, I did forget about Keamy, but Keamy did deserve it. He was the enemy and was trying to kill Sayid.
Title: Re: Ben's Exile From The Island
Post by: MangoBingo on February 27, 2009, 01:10:47 PM
I think Ben discovered a way back that requires the Losties.  I think history has to repeat itself in a way, with the O6 on board the same flight and Jack transporting a casket.  Just like the first time.

Good call!

Or they were at the right place at the right time!?! Widmores guys?! Probably not because I'm sure he would have sent more men, but widmore did know plan B. so It's just a silly idea I guess.

You were absolutely right! Those were Widmore's agents at the Tunisian exit point!
Title: Re: Ben's Exile From The Island
Post by: Mrs Hume on February 27, 2009, 07:40:12 PM
wow Mango! where did you find that :o!!!!!!???????? that is last years posts and thanks ;D! he he

oh, wait, it was from this thread! haha. I just clicked on the email I was thrown off a little don't mind me.  ::)

I don't even have time to read through all the new threads how do you go back and reread the old one too!  :D
Title: Re: Ben's Exile From The Island
Post by: MangoBingo on February 27, 2009, 09:01:34 PM
I don't even have time to read through all the new threads how do you go back and reread the old one too!  :D

I read everything - and I read really fast.  :D
Title: Re: Ben's Exile From The Island
Post by: Mrs Hume on February 28, 2009, 12:42:09 AM
I don't even have time to read through all the new threads how do you go back and reread the old one too!  :D

I read everything - and I read really fast.  :D

show off! :P

 ;)