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May the fourth be Reichenbach.
Cinco de Mayo is tomorrow, and you know what that means! Well, most Americans don't, other that "eat Mexican food and call your happy hour beer 'cerveza.'" But to Sherlockians, it means Reichenbach Day is here -- May 4, the day in 1891 when Sherlock Holmes ...
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Letting fictional Doyle wander unattended.
After the whole CBS Elementary  thing, I've pretty much decided that giving an honest reaction to Fox's Houdini and Doyle  in these pages isn't worth the keystrokes. The show also suffers from that America-lag issue that BBC's Sherlock had so very badly at ...
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Someone else's time with Sherlock Holmes.
Making yet another attempt to clean the Sherlock room this week, I came across an an old box made of sturdy brown cardboard that I hadn't really looked at before. Finding something in your own house that you don't know a lot about may seem strange, but it c...
Making yet another attempt to clean the Sherlock room this week, I came across an an old box made of sturdy brown cardboard that I hadn't really looked at before. Finding something in your own house that you don't know a lot ...
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Setlock, spoiling the party for some more than others.
Spoiler alert: I'm going to mention a Canonical detail in reference to the currently filming Sherlock season. And another logical following detail from last season's events. Both were seen in a street scene from said filming. Flee now if two such things vio...
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"Setlock feels" exist. Cool.
One of my favorite things is to roll back the clock, reach back in time, and pull myself from the past forward to feel his wonderment at the world in which I now find myself. I have a lovely time with that little trick of the mind. And tonight, after a long...
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Random finger point Canonical study.
One of my favorite things about the Canon of Sherlock Holmes is the pure detail density of the thing. Flip a book open, stab your finger at a page, and you get a nice catch, more often than not. So many interesting details, so many jumping off points for a ...
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Next on Sherlock, nuclear winter.
It's January 2017, and the bomb has just gone off. The big one, the one that changes civilization as we know it. Sure, there were those who said it was coming, said the world was in for heartbreak and tragedy, said the past would come back to make everyone ...
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Team Building.
It was a curious coincidence that I was on the treadmill at my local gym, training for this summer's John H. Watson Society Annual Treasure Hunt  - among other things in life that require complete exertion - when I started up the latest episode of the pod...
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Because Sherlock Holmes will always disappoint you . . .
I've been contemplating those poor souls whose faith in the BBC Sherlock  tells them that eventually Sherlock and John are going to have that Big Moment Kiss and finally admit their feelings toward each other. They, like all of the rest of us, are . . . and...
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Canonivore.
Maybe you knew this already, but out there somewhere in our human-proud world, you can actually buy lion meat. Lion stew meat, lion rib eye, lion porterhouse . . . well, when it's in stock. And as a Sherlockian, I immediately thought of Sahara King. Not tha...
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Okay, internet, here's your prince stuff.
Apparently there is a requirement on the web this week to write about things princely, and as I have gotten my official notification from the Web Authors Total Sherlockian Obligation Network that I must comply or lose my blogging license. So let's get this ...
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When will they? When *did they?*
There are certain topics one senses as dangerous ground upon which to tread these days. To those of us bookish writer sorts who don't indulge in any actual danger for our thrill-seeking, the tightrope walk to honestly speak of such things can definitely mak...
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Sherlockian chronologist. Amateur piemaker. Enhanced reality outrider.
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Author of The Elementary Methods of Sherlock Holmes, Sherlock and the Ladies, and The Armchair Baskerville Tour. Former publisher of The Holmes & Watson Report, The Dangling Prussian, and a whole lot of obscure, collectable little things on our boy Sherlock. Also has contended that Sherlock Holmes could be done in the modern day for decades, and thank BBC somebody finally pulled that off!
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