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    We can't compete with Minnesota, but we have our moments. The salient difference is, Upper Midwesterners know to dress for the cold. You don't mess around; I bet you've got the chains on your tires by November 1st. Ohio winters can be severe, but more Ohioans seem to live in denial that winter is *going* to happen, no matter how little we do to prepare. We cannot hope it out of existence by driving on bald tires and wearing flip-flops in the snow. But still, we try. Seasonal denial is most often practiced by males, who might condescend to don a hoodie over their basketballl shorts and flip-flops as they are shoveling the driveway with their inadequate shovel. Girls are more apt to at least wear some form of coat, even if it's too short and kept open to show off the cute shirt underneath. It's amazing more of us don't die from hypothermia each year.
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    I read online that season 5 could be in 2023 depending on how the pandemic goes.
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    Hi again Kat! I take it this is the sentence you are referring to: (from Ariane DeVere's transcript: https://arianedevere.dreamwidth.org/46494.html ) SHERLOCK (over phone): How good a shot are you? (She reaches inside her coat, pulls out her pistol and cocks it, holding it down by her side.) MARY: How badly do you want to find out? SHERLOCK (over phone): If I die here, my body will be found in a building with your face projected on the front of it. Even Scotland Yard could get somewhere with that. I agree with much of what you say, but unfortunately I have to go make dinner so I'll have to postpone replying in more detail for now! There's a couple other members hanging around right now, hopefully they'll jump in soon. Laterz!
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    Welcome to the forum, Kat! I know that a lot of people think otherwise, but I agree with you and Arcadia. Here's my somewhat long-winded take on it from a few years back: That "three continents" thing is what's generally offered as proof that Dr. Watson is a womanizer. But the above was my take on it then, and I've seen no reason to change my mind in the interim. As for "our" John, he clearly appreciates women as well, but tends to be awkward around them. No womanizer there either, in my opinion.
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    Well, I'm a moderator, and I think you phrased it well so that it's not at all vulgar. And no, I don't think you need to worry about spoiler alerts. I'm looking forward to more of your posts, we haven't had much new to talk about lately (at least, not Sherlock related! ) Also, don't feel shy about resurrecting old threads, if you find some that interest you. Someone's always ready to share more ideas on the subject!
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    Just as a side note ... our county libraries did an interesting thing recently. After reopening for several months, they've decided to close again, with only a skeletal staff on hand for curbside pickup ... while the rest of the staff will man the telephones and do data entry, etc. for the massive vaccination effort now underway. Apparently they volunteered to do this instead of their regular jobs. Pretty cool, huh? By the way, that's one thing I love about Virginia (at least, the parts of it I've been to) ... they have ample, well-stocked, and usually beautiful, libraries. Must be the Thomas Jefferson legacy, or something.
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