Just got done watching
Deal or No Deal, a show that just premiered here in the United States. According to the promos, this show runs in over 30 other countries.
The show works like this:
A contestant picks one of 26 cases. The cases contain signs that show how much money that case is worth. The values are between one penny all the way up to one million dollars. After the case is picked, the contestant picks a number of cases to eliminate money values. Then a “banker” offers to buy your case for a certain amount of money. That amount depends on which dollar amounts are left. The contestant can then decide whether or not to take the deal. The game continues until the contestant either decides to take a deal, or waits until the end to see what their case holds.
Pretty simple game…. and kinda weird. This is probably the first game I can remember that requires absolutely no skill to play. I suppose you can say that calculating odds is a skill, but I seriously doubt there’s any serious odds calculation going on….. well, other than the “banker” who’s obviously doing some of that.
The lady the played tonight turned down over $130,000, only to later take $25,000 after a couple of more cases were opened. Not bad… Not what she wanted, but not bad.
The most recent episode of LOST, “What Kate Did”, answered that question, but brought up a lot more.
I’ve added another page to the LOST Theories pages in the side bar, which is called The “What Kate Did” Episode. No spoilers here, but there are a lot if you follow that link. You’ve been warned.
I’ve posted a theory to the LOST Theories page about what’s going to happen to Walt on LOST. It’s something I’m pretty sure is going to happen, and you’ll be surprised that you didn’t think of it first.
The Hanso Foundation Life-Extension Project link has started working on the Hanso Foundation website.
Pretty interesting. It’s a press release that talks about an orangutan named Joop that just celebrated it’s 105th birthday, and goes on to say that the Hanso Foundation expects this to help humans “someday”.
….Maybe it’s already helping…. ?
Jini Pumpkins turned out to be a lot more popular than I though they would be when I carved them last year.
It was fairly easy to do. I just took the logo, taped it on the pumpkin, outlined the design through the paper, and then cut it all up. It took a while, but it looks pretty good.
I don’t know how I missed this site, but I ran across The Fuselage a few days ago. Well worth seeing, if you’re a fan of LOST.
I’ve written up some theories on the show LOST, and moved them to their own pages instead of making them posts.
I’m doing this for a couple of reasons. First, if you don’t want to see spoilers, then you won’t accidently view them by just going to the home page. Second, I’m writing it all up now so that later I can compare how very very far off I was.
You can access the pages on the right in the side bar, or go to the LOST theories page.
Check out ABC’s
The LOST game.
Jerry Juhl has passed away.
He was one of the original group of people that worked with Jim Henson on “The Muppet Show”, where he served has head writer.