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On Lost the mysterious leader of the new Others prefers to speak his native tongue, rather than English. Great original Lost fan design for Lost lovers. How will it end?

These eye-catching over-sized banners are sure to get noticed. Each measures 44" x 30" (and weighs in at 13 ounces). With a durable, weather-resistant construction that's ideal for draping outdoors or indoors, these handy banners feature four metal grommets for easy hanging.
 
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I Don't Like The Way English Tastes On My Tongue
These Others are different. They are helping the plane crash survivors, instead of kidnapping them or trying to kill them. More mysteries are being revealed in the final season of Lost! The mysterious leader of the new Others prefers to speak his native tongue, rather than English. Great original Lost fan t-shirts and gifts.
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