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(Breitbart.com)   Remember "Lost" star Evangeline Lilly? Wonder what she's up to now   (breitbart.com) divider line 71
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5473 clicks; posted to Politics » on 17 Oct 2013 at 1:36 AM (44 weeks ago)   |  Favorite    |   share:  Share on Twitter share via Email Share on Facebook   more»



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2013-10-16 11:36:35 PM
Not an unadmirable thing to come out of the woodwork for.
 
2013-10-16 11:37:00 PM
So I went and took one for the team and clicked. She's narrated a video about NSA spying. Here's a link to an LA Times article for those who want to avoid the Derp-o-Sphere.

Evangeline Lilly narrates new anti-NSA campaign video
 
2013-10-17 01:41:00 AM
I never watched Lost, and I don't know who Evangeline Lilly is. Still, I would have clicked the link simply out of boredom - but then I saw it was Breitbart.
 
2013-10-17 01:46:26 AM

BMulligan: I never watched Lost, and I don't know who Evangeline Lilly is. Still, I would have clicked the link simply out of boredom - but then I saw it was Breitbart.


The irony is that had she done this video during the last Administration, their website would have condemned this woman as a traitor and terrorist sympathizer.
 
2013-10-17 01:48:59 AM
Don't avoid watching the video just because it's on Breitbart.  You need to watch it.  You need to get your family and friends to watch it.    Then we need to gather in Washington with a good amount of rope.
 
2013-10-17 01:50:22 AM

OgreMagi: Don't avoid watching the video just because it's on Breitbart.  You need to watch it.  You need to get your family and friends to watch it.    Then we need to gather in Washington with a good amount of rope.


It's the one video Obama doesn't want you to see.
 
2013-10-17 01:52:06 AM
Another Canadian moron trying to grab headlines by grandstanding about US policy issues.

She should go back to wearing skimpy bikinis at church camp, or shilling for Vancouver sex chat lines.
 
2013-10-17 01:54:57 AM
I didn't give a f*ck what she thought at the height of her career, much less now.
 
2013-10-17 01:55:32 AM
I never really got into that show.  Is she hot?
 
2013-10-17 01:56:43 AM
Quite a few on the left have been speaking out against President Obama's national security policy. I'm ok with that.

What I find incredibly disingenuous is when it became public, legislators (primarily GOP but there were a few Dems) were acting like they had the goddamned vapors despite the fact that they were briefed 22 times over the course of a year on the program..
 
2013-10-17 01:59:40 AM

Snapper Carr: Quite a few on the left have been speaking out against President Obama's national security policy. I'm ok with that.

What I find incredibly disingenuous is when it became public, legislators (primarily GOP but there were a few Dems) were acting like they had the goddamned vapors despite the fact that they were briefed 22 times over the course of a year on the program..


Not a single person in Congress has any farking excuse for letting this past them.  The NSA spying is such a gross violation of the Constitution that the only explanation for them letting it happen is they believe they can get away with any damn thing they want.  Sadly, that's probably true because American Idol is on, or something.
 
2013-10-17 02:01:05 AM
She should have done this during the last administration, when it would have damaged the guy I didn't like.

Now it's just a reflection of some poor character quality that I'm sure she possesses.
 
2013-10-17 02:05:27 AM
This concern about spying coming from the very Party that pushed for laws making the current trend spying nothing more than a continuation of what their guy started, it concerns me.
 
2013-10-17 02:08:27 AM

super_grass: She should have done this during the last administration, when it would have damaged the guy I didn't like.

Now it's just a reflection of some poor character quality that I'm sure she possesses.


Your schtick is so tired. I actually feel a little bit bad for you.
 
2013-10-17 02:08:30 AM

Bucky Katt: I never really got into that show.  Is she hot?


You tell me.

i41.tinypic.com

i2.esmas.com
 
2013-10-17 02:12:36 AM
Ah jeez, first Adam Baldwin becomes a Breitbart contributor and now THIS? Why are my pop-culture...idols is the wrong word but people-I-enjoy-watching turning THIS STRONGLY to the d-d-d-darkside?

/I'd be fine with mere conservatism
//but BREITBART????
 
2013-10-17 02:12:43 AM

BMulligan: super_grass: She should have done this during the last administration, when it would have damaged the guy I didn't like.

Now it's just a reflection of some poor character quality that I'm sure she possesses.

Your schtick is so tired. I actually feel a little bit bad for you.


He angrily replied, hoping his pretend indifference would pass as actual indifference.

/subtext
 
2013-10-17 02:13:08 AM

fusillade762: Bucky Katt: I never really got into that show.  Is she hot?

You tell me.

[i41.tinypic.com image 480x695]

[i2.esmas.com image 850x1133]



That knee is definitely not sharp.

/Wouldn't kick her out of bed for eating poutine.
 
2013-10-17 02:16:26 AM
The former star of ABC's Lost is behind a new, crowdfunded video campaign to make people aware of the intrusive nature of the current NSA domestic spying program. In short, it's an affront to the U.S. Constitution and rights we hold dear as Americans, according to the video.

The good news for Republicans is that these programs will make December's FEMA-reeducation-camp roll-out cost far less than original projected. Considering their past support for these programs, and claims for fiscal responsibility, they should be touting this next election year.
 
2013-10-17 02:20:34 AM
She's playing Orlando Bloom's love interest elf in the second Hobbit film, so she'll be back to being relevant unfortunately
 
2013-10-17 02:20:59 AM

super_grass: He angrily replied, hoping his pretend indifference would pass as actual indifference.


Nope.  You're still pretty boring.
 
2013-10-17 02:23:18 AM
I tried to rewatch a couple episodes the other night. Could't finish any of them - just couldn't get the ending out of my mind. Such a shame. And I used to be a "hey man it's about the journey not the destination" type about the show.

And least the show gave us Desmond and Ben. And

odstatic.com
 
2013-10-17 02:24:16 AM

Empty Matchbook: Ah jeez, first Adam Baldwin becomes a Breitbart contributor and now THIS? Why are my pop-culture...idols is the wrong word but people-I-enjoy-watching turning THIS STRONGLY to the d-d-d-darkside?

/I'd be fine with mere conservatism
//but BREITBART????


She's not a "contributor" as far as I can tell. "Bart is just reporting this one.
 
2013-10-17 02:25:16 AM

Karma Chameleon: I tried to rewatch a couple episodes the other night. Could't finish any of them - just couldn't get the ending out of my mind. Such a shame. And I used to be a "hey man it's about the journey not the destination" type about the show.

And least the show gave us Desmond and Ben. And

[odstatic.com image 590x328]


Lost has almost zero rewatchability. Once you (more or less) know the answers to that week's mysteries, the whole thing disappears in a poof of narrative smoke.
 
2013-10-17 02:26:25 AM
Is it another commercial for a "Local Singles" hook-up line?

/wnrtfa
 
2013-10-17 02:27:41 AM

Empty Matchbook: Ah jeez, first Adam Baldwin becomes a Breitbart contributor and now THIS? Why are my pop-culture...idols is the wrong word but people-I-enjoy-watching turning THIS STRONGLY to the d-d-d-darkside?

/I'd be fine with mere conservatism
//but BREITBART????


What makes you think that she is speaking for the right? There are precious few issues in which the grassroots on both sides happen to agree. This is one of them.
 
2013-10-17 02:28:52 AM

Dwight_Yeast: super_grass: He angrily replied, hoping his pretend indifference would pass as actual indifference.

Nope.  You're still pretty boring.


"A duel of wits, I see". He muttered to himself. "If I keep saying how little care over and over again, I'll be sure to emerge victorious in this internet battle!"
 
2013-10-17 02:30:38 AM

Matt Milly: She's playing Orlando Bloom's love interest elf in the second Hobbit film, so she'll be back to being relevant unfortunately


Yep.  A redhead with long elf ears, in the trailers.  Cute.

I'm not giving DeadLiar a click, but she can talk about the NSA all she wants to.
 
2013-10-17 02:34:10 AM

Gordon Bennett: Empty Matchbook: Ah jeez, first Adam Baldwin becomes a Breitbart contributor and now THIS? Why are my pop-culture...idols is the wrong word but people-I-enjoy-watching turning THIS STRONGLY to the d-d-d-darkside?

/I'd be fine with mere conservatism
//but BREITBART????

What makes you think that she is speaking for the right? There are precious few issues in which the grassroots on both sides happen to agree. This is one of them.


There is a certain purity that must be maintained in politics.

Yes, there are mutual interests that are obviously bipartisan. But working together could mean giving legitimacy to the other side, or worse, work together with people who might have a different motivation.

Coming to terms and acceptance is preferable over the alternative. Besides, nothing bad has happened yet.
 
2013-10-17 02:36:45 AM

WhoIsNotInMyKitchen: Another Canadian moron trying to grab headlines by grandstanding about US policy issues.

She should go back to wearing skimpy bikinis at church camp, or shilling for Vancouver sex chat lines.


She did what now? She's from Van?

I've heard of Lost, of course, but never saw it. Never heard of this person before this thread.

While I feel that discussions of government secrecy versus public privacy in the internet age are worth having I also feel tossing hyperbolic rhetoric around loosely doesn't really help matters much.

I also agree Canadian celebs shouldn't grandstand on American policy issues if they really want to advance an issue.

/Canadian Farkers like me who love arguing about US policy issues online on a regular basis are totes different.
//Totes.
 
2013-10-17 02:38:55 AM
The government can know where you've bean!
 
2013-10-17 02:39:59 AM
She was good in gravity
 
2013-10-17 02:43:37 AM

quatchi: WhoIsNotInMyKitchen: Another Canadian moron trying to grab headlines by grandstanding about US policy issues.

She should go back to wearing skimpy bikinis at church camp, or shilling for Vancouver sex chat lines.

She did what now?


img.spokeo.com

Linky
 
2013-10-17 02:45:19 AM
cdn.mos.totalfilm.com
 
2013-10-17 02:51:47 AM

fusillade762: quatchi: WhoIsNotInMyKitchen: Another Canadian moron trying to grab headlines by grandstanding about US policy issues.


She should go back to wearing skimpy bikinis at church camp, or shilling for Vancouver sex chat lines.

She did what now?


[img.spokeo.com image 850x503]

Linky

Dayum. There be lulz! TY fer link.

Alphax: [cdn.mos.totalfilm.com image 470x265]


Red hair *and* elf ears?

And with that Evangeline Lilly went from "Who?" to "Ha!" To "Hey nurse!"

/Serious nergasm is serious.
 
2013-10-17 02:55:20 AM

WhoIsNotInMyKitchen: Another Canadian moron trying to grab headlines by grandstanding about US policy issues.

She should go back to wearing skimpy bikinis at church camp, or shilling for Vancouver sex chat lines.


Meh. She lives in the U.S and has done so for years. She has every right to comment on U.S. politics.
 
2013-10-17 02:56:44 AM
From 2001 to 2008, it was non-Republicans that were concerned with this bullshat. (And they were called traitors for their concern)

Now, it's still non-Republicans that are concerned with this bullshat, and Republicans can only say, "See! Obama is just like us!"

So clearly, we should vote Republican.
 
2013-10-17 02:59:05 AM
[dr.shepardwithabeard.jpg]: We have to go back . . .

/Maybe back to a decade ago when anyone who was against the PATRIOT ACT hated America and was siding with the terrorists if you haven't done anything wrong you have nothing to be afraid of the smoking gun could come in the form of a mushroom cloud there's a muslin in the woods!
 
2013-10-17 03:04:39 AM

impaler: From 2001 to 2008, it was non-Republicans that were concerned with this bullshat. (And they were called traitors for their concern)

Now, it's still non-Republicans that are concerned with this bullshat, and Republicans can only say, "See! Obama is just like us!"


As indicated by the outpouring agreement with the message of privacy ITT.
 
2013-10-17 03:18:19 AM

super_grass: As indicated by the outpouring agreement with the message of privacy ITT.


And as soon as they don't have to personally worry about FEMA camps, those same people will ask, "what do you have to hide?" Just like they did 5 years ago.
 
2013-10-17 03:20:00 AM

impaler: super_grass: As indicated by the outpouring agreement with the message of privacy ITT.

And as soon as they don't have to personally worry about FEMA camps, those same people will ask, "what do you have to hide?" Just like they did 5 years ago.


Don't you think it's a bit presumptuous? You only SWITCH SEATSwhen the white house changes hands.
 
2013-10-17 03:24:26 AM
I never watched Lost, I didn't read the article.
I did, however, read the comments, because on Breitbart that's where the gold is.


"We have got to either clean house or support a convention of states and work diligently to clean this mess up.  Regardless, we have got to get rid of the GOP establishment. they sold us out yet AGAIN!"
 
2013-10-17 03:39:33 AM

super_grass: impaler: super_grass: As indicated by the outpouring agreement with the message of privacy ITT.

And as soon as they don't have to personally worry about FEMA camps, those same people will ask, "what do you have to hide?" Just like they did 5 years ago.

Don't you think it's a bit presumptuous?


Not in the least.

I used to post in of a very conservative heavy forum during Bush's term. If they're now concerned about current government surveillance, it's either concern trolling or self-preservation. Or do you not remember them screaming about the government report about right-wing terror organizations soon after Obama took office (despite the fact the report was started under Bush)?
 
2013-10-17 04:03:57 AM

impaler: super_grass: impaler: super_grass: As indicated by the outpouring agreement with the message of privacy ITT.

And as soon as they don't have to personally worry about FEMA camps, those same people will ask, "what do you have to hide?" Just like they did 5 years ago.

Don't you think it's a bit presumptuous?

Not in the least.

I used to post in of a very conservative heavy forum during Bush's term. If they're now concerned about current government surveillance, it's either concern trolling or self-preservation. Or do you not remember them screaming about the government report about right-wing terror organizations soon after Obama took office (despite the fact the report was started under Bush)?


Which of course makes a government spying on it's citizens a-okay.  The NSA needs to DIAF. The saddest part of it this is that so many people of all political persuasions are just fine with constant intrusive surveillance. We're catching up to England very quickly, and the people responsible all need a quick bullet to the head.
 
2013-10-17 05:19:02 AM
Remember "Lost" star Evangeline Lilly?

No.

Wonder what she's up to now

No.
 
2013-10-17 05:33:54 AM
sportsbycolin.comspoilerbuzz.com2.bp.blogspot.comimg.informer.com
 
2013-10-17 06:21:55 AM
I hope we get put in the same re-education camp.
 
2013-10-17 06:45:46 AM
I never watched Lost, and I don't know who Evangeline Lilly is. Still, I would have clicked the link simply out of boredom - but then I saw it was Breitbart.

Same, so I google image searched her.
i268.photobucket.com
 
2013-10-17 06:54:32 AM
A scientologist worried about spying? Lol

/pretty sure she is
//too lazy to verify
 
2013-10-17 06:56:40 AM

Karma Chameleon: I tried to rewatch a couple episodes the other night. Could't finish any of them - just couldn't get the ending out of my mind. Such a shame. And I used to be a "hey man it's about the journey not the destination" type about the show.

And least the show gave us Desmond and Ben. And

[odstatic.com image 590x328]


Yeah, but when you know the car is going to end up at a giant pile of shiat, kinda ruins it permanently.  I'm not saying every show should end perfectly, but not a complete shiatfest.

The last episode of Battlestar Galactica did that for me.
 
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