Hard to read, maybe someone can upload a sharper version. Maybe... --Jackdavinci 23:38, 28 February 2007 (PST)

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(LOGO) Ho`oulu Lāhui

Wxxx xxx xxpxxx xxxx xx xx xxxxxxxx xx xxxx xxxxxxxx xxx xxxx
where we xxx xxxx xpxxxxxxx xx are just beginning the
xxxxxxx xx xxxxx xxxxx xxxxxxxx xxxxxxxxxx xx xx xxxx xx
CBEZ for the xxxxxxxxxx xxxx xx xxxx xxxx xxx xxxxxx

Xx xxx xx xxxx Xxxx Xxxxx xx Community xxxx
Exxxxxx Dxxxxx Xxxxx XXXXX and Wxxx xx xxx (CBEZ)
xxxxxxxx xxxxxxx xxxx xxxxx xxx xxxx

Please xxxxxx xxxx CBEZ The exxxxment xx xxxxxxxx xxxxx
and supportxxx xx xxxxxx xxx xxx xxx xxxx xxxx

We xxxxxxxx xxx xxx xxx ### 2#42 and the xxxxxxxx xxxxx
the part of cxxxxxx xx xxxxxx xxxxx xxxx xxx xx xxxx

(signature) Susan Bxxxxxx
Susan Bxxxxx

Well, i think we can safely say that there's a thing called CBEZ. Think it deserves an article?--Ex-Pope Cardinal Richard Corey 12:39, 1 March 2007 (PST)
  • I'm not sure it deserves yet an article as we have no information about it. TheAma1 12:41, 1 March 2007 (PST)
  • Looks like CBEZ from paragraph one is an ACRONYM for the capitalized words in the second paragraph.

Canon ?

Are we sure this document is canon ? --—The preceding unsigned comment was added by TheAma1 (talkcontribs) 12:51, 1 March 2007.

  • I believe our policy is to consider anything in the broadcast version of the show canon until it's contradicted in a later episode at which point it becomes either deuterocanon or a production error, depending on the nature of it. --Jackdavinci 12:00, 1 March 2007 (PST)
  • This paper's contents were not meant to be shown. It was a mistake made during the filming of the episode. The property people were putting random old papers into the van in order to give it a cluttered appearance, and the fact that one of these papers had legible information on it is completely and totally immaterial to anything having to do with the plot of Lost, and should be ignored. Additionally, since this material refers to real life people and places, it would be considered a violation of personal privacy to pursue this any further. This does not apply to the map that was in the van, which was intentionally placed there by the crew of Lost. This is solid gold canon, taken from an email letter from Gregg Nations that he posted to the Fuselage chat group. This is an excerpt of his letter:

"The paper wasn't meant to be an easter egg or anything like it. The van was just supposed to be messy. I'm surprised, too, that production allowed anything like that to be filmed clearly enough to read parts of it. I hope fans aren't really contacting this person." [1]

~~Saukkomies 12:55 7 March 2007 (EST)

Good work! I'm surprised that the prop people aren't more vigilant, knowing how much scrutiny Lost gets by the fans with freeze frame HD. --Jackdavinci 13:04, 7 March 2007 (PST)

And actually, I was going to throw a non-canon banner, but the one we have implies that anything not canon is a deliberate hoax, which I don't think is really what non-canon means. What's up with that? --Jackdavinci 21:35, 7 March 2007 (PST)

I guess the possibility of something from the show itself being non-canon was not really foreseen. Just make a custom banner for this article? -- Cheers 21:43, 7 March 2007 (PST)
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