You can call me Arrows or a4p; other people who let me ride on their zombie dinosaur call me Kate. I'm a writer who is very fond of puns, cats, and assorted other things including Homestuck, Farscape, and the Dresden Files. This is a personal / fandom / whatever I want blog, but you should be able to filter by tags.
I thought it was cute! The video message for his birthday at least, what a dork. Who would have thought Anderson would be such a mess.
But they’ll get to yell at him and be happy again soon!! Do you want John to punch him?
Okay last night I was reading my Roman history thing’s chapter on Augustus Octavian, and the way they put that little ep together reminded me of the portents surrounding his birth. Like Anderson found all those sightings around the world, the timing of Sherlock’s video matched John’s interjections (“Blink,” anyone?), and Lestrade noticed “THE GAME IS BACK ON” in the newspaper. When Augustus was born the Senate was warned that a newborn would become king of the Romans and when he took his first consulship twelve vultures flew overhead, that kind of stuff.
Poor Anderson actually lost his job because of sherlock, because he was so dedicated on finding him! That’s really amazing, and i feel a bit bad for disliking him now!
I do, i really, really do. i also want him to give sherlock a hug, but that probably won’t happen so a nice punch to the face will suffice
oh wow, that’s actually really cool. either that’s a strange coincidence, or sherlock’s a god and that’s that. after all, once you’ve eliminated the impossible, whatever remains, however improbable, must be the truth
oh my god those kitties are the cutest things i want one
I mean I know he’s not actually a god, but using those techniques to presage his return is just so cool I’m excite.
Julius Caesar got portents before he died too (temple-style lintel above his door cracked as he left for the Senate that morning)… but death leads to deification, whatever. Somebody’s gotta be cooler than a mortal like Holmes.
the concept of war in pokemon is strange, but I’ll accept this
//How so? You’ll see in the first game, that the third gym leader himself is a war vet. To be honest, the guy’s a Lieutenant. He even said his pokemon were there for him in the war. If gods and people who wish to become as such can be considered ok in pokemon, then why can’t war? Just because it’s ‘made for children’, doesn’t mean it can’t be dark. Take every ghost pokemon in existence. They’re all p disturbing. Lavender Town, it has a pokemon graveyard in a tower. Mount Pyre from the third gen. Cloning. Darkrai’s story. Team Rocket cutting off slowpoke tails.
War isn’t exactly a foreign concept, or even strange when compared to all of this.//
iheardavoice asked: Three words: Tesla’s cloning machine. In “The Prestige”, we’re told that the clones look the same and have the same memories as the original. We’ll never know if it was the original Sherlock who jumped and died, to be replaced by a clone (who wouldn’t know they’re a clone); or a clone who jumped and died, meaning the original Sherlock survived. It goes with the whole pledge, prestige, turn thing that I, and other Sherlock-viewers, couldn’t help but notice when watching the final episode.