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The article http://www.lostpedia.com/wiki/David_LaChapelle is supposed to be here but is not listed. Dont know how to add it.--lewisg 14:49, 15 December 2006 (PST)

  • To add an article to a category, you simply place a link to that category in the article in question (technically, a link to a category will work anywhere in the article, but by convention is added on a separate line at the bottom of the article). For example, you would add the link [[Category:Deuterocanonical]]. However, I disagree that the article you mentioned above should be placed into this category: I do not think that Mr. LaChapelle was "meant to be official but was deleted". - Cheers 15:17, 15 December 2006 (PST)
    • Ok thanks (Just so you know i wasnt the one who added that tag to the article :D)

Blast Door Map

Why is the blast door map listed among "deuterocanonical" sources? The lack of legitimacy of the map in question can easily be explained within canonical material by the fact it was made by at least two men over a long period of time under less than ideal conditions. What makes the map innacurate is the limitations of the characters who allegedly made it. It's a badly done map painted on a wall using homemade 'invisible' ink. This illegitimacy is built within the fictional confines of the series. It's not apocryphal. It's a legitimate prop inside the storyline of the series. We can question the accuracy or even importance of the map, but it comes from the series' creators, and is therefore not apocryphal, or even "deutero" canonical. Though untrustworthy, it's canon. - ZachsMind 10:39, 15 March 2008 (PDT)

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