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  1. 4 points
    I have a few of my childhood pictures. Here's one of me and my brother. I was around 8. I had very sticky-out ears as a kid, but I grew into them, lol.
  2. 4 points
    These are awkwardly so relatable.
  3. 4 points
    No, they definitely don't. Unless they happen to have an upper airway infection at the same time but that would have nothing to do with the vaccine. I can't compare my post vaccination symptoms to Covid because to my knowledge, I fortunately haven't had the latter, but my experience was headache, nausea, fever, shivers, muscle and joint pain and extreme fatigue 8 to 48 hours after the shot. According to my knowledge, a strong reaction does not necessarily mean you've been exposed to the virus, it's simply an expression of your immune system doing its job and young people with strong immune systems are more likely to have these symptoms. What does seem to be true however is that people who had Covid have a higher risk, if you will, of developing strong reactions to the vaccine. Doesn't mean that that's a reliable sign of previous infection though.
  4. 4 points
    Exactly. Works surprisingly well with the boys, especially circa S1. John: You saved me. I owe you my life. Sherlock: No thanks. I’ve seen it and I’m not very impressed.
  5. 4 points
    OK, so basically you pick the number of people and optionally give them names, then click the Generate button and it plugs your characters into a randomly selected joke -- or am I missing something? Yours is pretty good. Here's the best I've gotten so far: Kirk: Spock, what do IDK, LY, and TTYL mean? Spock: I don’t know, love you, talk to you later Kirk: Ok, I love you too, I’ll just ask McCoy. I may have just discovered the true origin of slash fanfic!
  6. 4 points
    That last sentence is something I used to tell myself every day then eventually stopped... Now I think it's totally fine to think about fictional people 24/7. I relate to the bit about being as morose or rude or clueless as Sherlock without being able to claim his intelligence or charm (or looks, in this incarnation). That's definitely one reason I adore season 1 Sherlock because he says so many things that I think but would never, ever get away with saying out loud (plus I think he's just plain entertaining that way). Now, of course I don't know you but I'm willing to bet you have some of Sherlock's positive attributes and strengths as well. At least one. And since we got to know him better and better over the course of the series, there's a lot more to chose from than smarts and capability and physical advantages. One good side of Sherlock I think I can see in myself is his lack of resentfulness. I know people got upset that he didn't hate Mary for shooting him but I "get" that. If someone harms me, I'm generally more interested in why they did it than how I could get back at them too.
  7. 4 points
    Don't know where else to put this ... have you come across the Incorrect Quotes Generator? https://incorrect-quotes-generator.neocities.org/ . Add character(s) of your choice and press Generate Prompt.
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    I like puzzle and so glad that I have dog instead of cat. I am convinced that they don't care about human misery. I mean, look at this: and
  10. 3 points
    That's not a crime, that's an improvement!
  11. 3 points
    I was led to believe that there is no such thing as a cat-proof barrier, given a reasonably determined cat, or is there?
  12. 3 points
    It certainly did! I'm just not sure what....
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    Well they clearly needed a Brother Barktholomew of their own then.
  15. 3 points
    Okaaaay, this one's not funny so much as eerily accurate after S4 ... Sherlock: I really like this whole ‘good guy, bad guy’ thing you guys have going on. John: It’s not an act, it’s just that I’m mean and Lestrade isn’t. This one's a little better but I had to modify it a bit to have it make sense... John: I trust Sherlock. Lestrade: You think he knows what he's doing? John: I wouldn't go that far. And the winner is....! Sherlock: I love you guys, you're the best thing that's happened to me. John: We're the best thing that's ever happened to you? Sherlock: Yes! Lestrade: I'm starting to feel a little sorry for you.
  16. 3 points
    Funny, I recently saw a post on tumblr that was a picture of a cat sitting on a stone staircase with the words "Please do not sit here." On the staircase. Apparently, cats just don't care about human laws.
  17. 3 points
    Well now, you seem to be more self-aware than Series 1 Sherlock, which is certainly a point in your favor. Like you, I apparently have a tendency to be rude or awkward or annoying without meaning to be -- without even being aware of it. I assume that's common for introverts. But I've pretty much stopped worrying about it. Nowadays I'm happy with just having good intentions, because I can't control other people's reactions (especially if they don't even tell me about it). There are a few people I get along with just fine, and I'm usually content with that. One thing I've discovered -- on the rare occasions when I've found out why someone took offense at what I said or did, they've usually misinterpreted. Different people have different ways of looking at things (and how boring the world would be if they didn't!). If it sometimes leads to misunderstandings, I guess that's just the way life is. Anyhow, welcome to Sherlock Forum!
  18. 2 points
    I doubt that, but you actually raise a good point. Maybe Gavel shouldn't be fired.
  19. 2 points
    Oh, I don't know. If I were being arrested and forced to lie face down on cement with my hands tied behind my back, I think I'd find a nice soft warm kitty on my back very comforting. Geez, that cat must weigh a ton. 😛
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    Hope you both indeed started with better month! I believe you both have cats, so do pet them, it helps. At least you won't get arrested like this man, but he gets his priority sorted. It's old news, but certainly memorable. I believe Florida Man is definitely a weird species. Goes with title "Florida Man Running from Cops Stops to Pet Cats, Goes to Jail"
  22. 2 points
    Let me see if I understand how it works. Hey, I like this Sherlock: Why isn’t the statue smirking at me? John: It isn’t smirking at anyone, they’re all just imagining it. Sherlock: Three of us saw it, John. How do you explain that? John: *points at Mycroft* Sleep deprivation. *points at Mrs.Hudson* Paranoia. *points at Moriarty * Delusional personality disorder. Hey! This one is mean! Sherlock: Would you guys be there for me if I was going through something? John: Nope, absolutely not. Mycroft: I hope it sucks, whatever you're going through. Mrs.Hudson: I hope it emotionally scars you for the rest of your life. Moriarty : I hope you reach out to me so I can ignore you. General Shan: I can't wait to go to your funeral, knowing I could've changed that outcome. This is so our boys! Mahaha Sherlock: There is no future. there is no past. do you see? Time is simultaneous, an intricately structured jewel that humans insist on viewing one edge at a time, when the whole design is visible in every facet. John: Mycroft: Lestrade: Everyone Else At Sherlock’s Surprise Birthday Party: John: All I asked was if you wanted to cut your birthday cake first.
  23. 2 points
    I lost all of my childhood picture, so I don't even remember how I looked like. Pretty sure it's not only downhill, it's avalanche for me. Now I have to get used to you not looking like Jeremy Brett. Reality still hits me now and then that some of you are not your avatar. on vaccine again, I hope there is no serious problem with antivaxx. No NO! All this should be teamwork, we are on second year now, that is embarrassing. It shouldn't be this hard to defeat.
  24. 2 points
    Got my second dose of Pfizer on Thursday. Had yesterday off from work, which was just as well. I had no major side effects, but I definitely felt this one more. The first jab was nearly undetectable, but the second one was a real Ow. Felt like a bee sting. I had the same nurse as before, so I don't think it was her technique. Other people reported the same thing. Immediately after I got back from the observation period, I put a cold pack on my arm for 2 hours and took three Tylenol. My arm still got sore, but doing this bought me about three additional hours before that happened. It wasn't more painful than before, but it has definitely lasted longer. First time was 24 hours almost to the dot. I'm in hour 47 now and I can still feel a little pain when I lift my arm. I switched up arms so this time was in my dominant one (the right). I developed a headache between my eyes around 9 or 10 pm that night that lasted for a couple of hours; I took 3 more Tylenol before I went to sleep. No problems sleeping; no night sweats, chills or fever. At worst, I felt tired, heavy and stiff. Kind of like you do when you've got a cold, except there wasn't any congestion or coughing. I had a stuffy head for a little while when I first lay down, but that went away. That might have also been from dust mites or the seasonal change in temps. All in all, not bad. I'm glad I didn't have to work the next day but I think I could have, if required--though pushing it may have made me feel worse than I did at home. It was a great excuse to lay in bed for most of the day watching movies, in between bouts of making food. My appetite seemed normal, but I tried to eat fairly light over the two days because I didn't want a lot in my stomach in case I felt pukey. I didn't. I would advise, if feasible, that anyone getting the second shot (or the first, in the case of J&J) schedule a sick day for the following day. My employer was generous in allowing us an hour each time on the clock to get the shots without having to take time. I was prepared to get more ill, so I would have taken a sick day if I hadn't been off already. You most likely will feel pretty OK, though you might not feel up to your usual activities and will just want to sleep or relax. If you do have to work, at least try to take a half-day or do lighter activities if you can. If your job involves being on your feet a lot or heavy lifting, probably best to avoid that first day after. I'm at work today and I feel fine now.
  25. 2 points
    Alas, a similar crime was committed at my house. I left a large pastel drawing (a work in progress) on my drafting table. The next morning there were little kitty paw prints all over it. And all over the floor, and all over the bookcase, and all over the computer desk.....
  26. 2 points
    Hard disagree there; I think he cares. He cared when Seb said "We hated him." It was written on his face. He's not untouchable, words hurt him. He just doesn't fall apart because of them.
  27. 2 points
    This is just one giant breach of the fourth wall. Okay I'll stop now, lol.
  28. 2 points
    Yay! My fever broke! Also decided to change my avatar - yep, that's me, first grade. I was adorable, then went downhill from there. Oh well.
  29. 2 points
    *whisper* There is a search funktion in this forum.
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  32. 2 points
    Yes, that's my general impression. No, that's not the feeling I get. I think those are the real Holmes and Watson. When Holmes looks out the window, and then the scene changes to modern London -- well, he and Watson have just been discussing the future, so maybe he's imagining us? All I know for sure is, that scene gives me goose bumps!
  33. 2 points
    For anyone who didn't know, Steven Moffat is married to Sue Vertue, daughter of executive producer Beryl Vertue.
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    Or, at the risk of the very valid question being asked “How much time does Herlock have on his hands?” 7 + 1 + 1 + 2 + 6 = 17 How many stairs leading up to 221B? 😃👍
  36. 2 points
    I noticed that immediately, too. Shall we surmise that Mr. Fry is also a huge fan of The Private Life of Sherlock Holmes? It's quite a cosy little mutual Holmes admiration society they've got going. When he was inducted into the Sherlock Holmes Society of London, Mr. Fry was still a teenager and the youngest-ever inductee into that august body. Here's Simon Callow reviewing SF's audible version of the Sherlock Holmes canon. This one might be one I've got to have. Listening to Mr. Fry read Sherlock Holmes has got to be preferable to wading through the approximately 50-pound hardcover annotated version assembled by Leslie Klinger, a handsome item that continues to collect dust on my shelf owing to its gargantuan weight. I'm saving it to swing at some future intruder's head as a weapon, provided I can actually lift the thing when it's required. Normally I am not an audiobook fan, but for the right voice reading material perfectly matched to it, I make exceptions. If I could get Charleton Heston, the voice of Moses, reading me the Bible, that'd be another win. https://www.johnhwatsonsociety.com/stephen-fry-sherlock-holmes/
  37. 2 points
    On the subject of pastiches, this is an excellent short Holmes story written by Stephen Fry. http://www.fanfromfla.net/images/fry_jarvey.pdf
  38. 2 points
    I can recommend Lyndsay Faye, who has written several stories on your list. "The Whole Art of Detection" is a great short-story collection. Ms. Faye was inducted into the Baker Street Irregulars on the strength of it. https://www.thriftbooks.com/w/the-whole-art-of-detection-lost-mysteries-of-sherlock-holmes_lyndsay-faye/11637886/#edition=15625545&idiq=31812674
  39. 2 points
    Also, the script used to be available on Amazon US [here], and you can still read the description and reviews.
  40. 1 point
    That *would* explain The Final Problem, wouldn't it? I'm definitely with Lestrade on that one!
  41. 1 point
    I think we've found the secret to how Moftiss' comes us with their ideas! Here's some more... Sherlock: What do you think Moriarty will do for a distraction? John: He'll probably, like, make a noise or throw a rock. That’s what I would do. *Building explodes and several car alarms go off* John: ... or he could do that. Sherlock, banging on the door: Moriarty! Open up! Moriarty: Well, it all started when I was a kid... John: No, he meant- Lestrade: Let them finish. Sherlock, Molly, and John are sitting on a bench Lestrade: Why do you guys look so sad? Sherlock: Sit down with us so we can tell you. *Lestrade sits down* Molly: The bench is freshly painted.
  42. 1 point
    Maybe the cats were actually undercover police dogs?
  43. 1 point
    Maybe they figure that if they sufficiently mistreat the customers who've been with them longest (and thus remember how usable and customer-friendly the site used to be) those troublemakers will leave, and they can then concentrate on people who've joined in the past couple of years, and are obviously willing to put up with just about anything. And pay money for the privilege!
  44. 1 point
    Thanks Carol and Herlock. I'd heard of that kind of thing, but never heard the term "New Year's Honours List" before. Seems to me Brett deserved something, his portrayal of Holmes had a BIG impact on future productions, imho. So it goes, I guess.
  45. 1 point
    I've heard of people refusing, and Lennon may well have been one. But is it a significant percentage? Added: Lennon did not refuse his MBE. He later returned his medal to the Queen, but there's no protocol for renouncing one's honours, so he's still an MBE. [link] How is Marquess pronounced? I'm guessing it's the British equivalent of Marquis? And is that why it ends in "-ess" even though it's a male title? Was there any indication that the offer might have been politically motivated, with just that outcome in mind?
  46. 1 point
    Sally was a semi-regular with three appearances in the first two series, but then wandered off because Vinette Robinson was offered a steady job on another show. They did manage to include her in one early scene of Sign of Three, but notice it was just her and Lestrade going after that wily family of bank robbers, and it was filmed on location somewhere, so they could have done that one scene before or after the main production, whenever the two of them were available. Then she was supposed to be in a later episode, but again Robinson wasn't available, so they hired someone else to play a different policewoman instead. Too bad -- Sally was a good character and well played. She lives on in fan fiction!
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    Oh, no -- the dreaded "I'm never speaking to you again pose"! Our cats sometimes do that -- but when we're leaving, they generally just yowl for food and then stomp off in disgust when it's not forthcoming. (We feed them when we get up and when we get back -- because if we feed them before we leave, they want to be fed again when we get home anyhow. Oink.)
  50. 1 point
    Yes, I am talking about Eurus. While this show hadn't been what it used to be for a while TFP is the moment people actually started to wonder whether this show was ever as good as everyone thought.That,I think, in itself tells everything one needs to know about the finale. I also think the fact that Sherlock to the writers was some sort of boy fantasy is the root of all the flaws that just became more and more obvious over time. Someone wrote how this is a show about smart people written by stupid people who think smart people are indistinguishable from wizards. That explains a good part of this show in a nutshell, I think. Eurus is not exceptionally brilliant. She is a character someone wrote when using heavy drugs.
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