If this was actually real, wouldn't it have made more sense to sue the newspapers and tv news that pointed out that these actors stared on Lost?
(Yes, it's a hypothetical question about the rationality of a hypothetical crazed fan.)
After all, if the "star" is arrested but you never hear about it is it a spoiler?
And of course, this should hasten a transition to e-ink based newspapers and interactive tv news purely to support <spoiler> tags, and force people to actively choose to see the spoiler and thus remove liability for the spoiler from the news organization.
Rather than sending PMs telling people they are breaking the spoiler rules, only to have them write me back and tell me I suck. Oh, and they can use the forum anyway they want.... I could have just filed a lawsuit. :up:
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