In last week’s island-themed dilemma, y’all were asked whether you’d prefer to hang out with the cast of Gilligan’s Island on their island or with the cast of Lost on the island where their plane had crashed. Twice as many of you chose to go with Gilligan’s and his peeps as did those of you who opted to go to the island where Jack and Sawyer were spending their time.
The skew towards Gilligan’s Island seemed to be primarily based on having seen the series and not having seen Lost. Also, the crew on Lost were deemed “angsty” and the island “creepy”, while the Professor apparently still held the interest of several of you even after all these years.
So, which island did I send myself to? While I grew up with Gilligan’s Island and had many a laugh over their antics, I have to go with the island and the crew of Lost. First, even though the island is supposedly in the south Pacific, the show was actually filmed in Hawaii and having just returned from there, I wouldn’t mind some more Hawaiian time in my life. Second, Jack. Third, Sawyer. I’m willing to overlook the creepy “Others” and the Dharma Initiative. Because Hawaii. And Jack. And Sawyer.
And now, on to this week’s question, brought to you by the friendly ladies in my office at work with whom I consulted…
*Spoiler alert: this week’s question is a bit on the heavy side*
Would you rather
know when the world might end
– OR –
how the world might end?
Which will you choose, thoughtful readers? Do you want to know what date in the (hopefully far, far) distant future the world might end? Or will you choose to know what might be the eventual cause of earth’s demise? The pillows are fluffed and the tea is steeped. Sit, sip, and share. I always love to hear from you.