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March 07 2012

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July 1925, New York City: Mother cat stops traffic carrying kitten across busy street.
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przeczytajcie Nocnych Wędrowców Wojciecha Jagielskiego
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February 01 2012

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Meanwhile, in Poland.
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The Benedict Cumberbatch Situation

There’s a situation happening all across the world and so far, only the British news media seems to have reported upon it.

Right now there are numerous intelligent women across the land who are presently in crisis mode. It’s all due to an actor whom you may or may not be aware of named Benedict Cumberbatch. You’ll probably be very aware of him soon. He’s currently shooting the new Star Trek movie, he appeared in Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy and War Horse, and he is the eponymous star of the BBC detective serial, Sherlock.

You also should know that Benedict Cumberbatch isn’t a man. He’s a situation that me and most of my friends are all having... read more
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January 30 2012

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Happy Johnlock Day! :)

Today is in fact a canon day for Johnlock. Today is the day John had a rather strange meeting with a Mr. Sherlock Holmes, a mysterious man in a black suit and a charming coat. http://www.johnwatsonblog.co.uk/blog/29january

A strange meeting

I don’t know how I’m meant to be writing this. I’m not a writer. Ella thought keeping a blog would help but it hasn’t because nothing ever happens to me. But today, something did. Something happened.

I was walking in the park and I bumped into Mike Stamford. We were sort of mates when we were students. We got coffee and I mentioned that I wanted to move. He said he knew of someone in a similar situation. So we went to Barts and he introduced us.

Except, he didn’t. He didn’t introduce us. The man knew who I was. Somehow he knew everything about me. He knew I’d served in Afghanistan and he knew I’d been invalided. He said my wound was psychosomatic so he didn’t get everything right but he even knew why I was there, despite the fact that Mike hadn’t told him.

I googled him when I got back to the flat and found a link to his website The Science of Deduction.

It’s mad. I think he might be mad. He was certainly arrogant and really quite rude and he looks about 12 and he’s clearly a bit public school and, yes, I definitely think he might be mad but he was also strangely likeable. He was charming. It really was all just a bit strange.

So tomorrow, we’re off to look at a flat. Me and the madman. Me and Sherlock Holmes.

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Darcy’s all:


And Lizzy’s all:

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January 27 2012

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nevheera:

John without Sherlock, the first time, and the last time. 

oh its ok just break my heart, it’s totally fine

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alicexz:

You’re on the side of the angels…

I seriously pictured this when he got up on the ledge though. Through my tears, of course.

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akapine006:

seawallfilmandrewscott:

A message from Andrew Scott:

Glorious citizens of TUMBLR.

 

I know a number of you have been waiting to see it so here at long last is the release of SEA WALL. It really is a beautiful story; amazingly written and directed by the incredible Simon Stephens and produced by Veracity’s Andy Porter. We’re very proud of it and we really hope you like it.

 

The film essentially is about the importance of love and we made it with that in mind.

 

While we are on that subject, I’d like to say a huge thank you for all the wonderful support during this series of Sherlock. As some of you know I’m not a twitter guy  so I thought I could take this opportunity to say how humbled I am by the passion, humour, imagination and general sexiness of the Sherlock fandom.

 

See you soon.

With big love

ASx

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