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Benedict Cumberbatch All Time Favorite Sherlock Coat at Discounted Price

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Burt Wolder
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I imagine Sir Arthur must be disturbed by attention paid to commerce at the expense of principle.  (All the entries in this series are available at burtwolder.wordpress.com)
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Al Clark

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"Wonderful literary GIFs by Javier Jensen of Santiago, Chile."

Via http://boingboing.net/2015/08/28/great-book-covers-as-animated.html
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James O'Leary

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Congratulations to Joan Watson.
The actress introduced her son to the world on Thursday.
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ambrose scott

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this is brilliant.reputed to be one of Rathbone's favourites.He preferred the one set in the correct period.
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Burt Wolder
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This update on the Tweenhauken #freesherlock  case seems to reflect Sir Arthur's intentions.  These new services could be, err, disruptive...
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I Hear of Sherlock Everywhere
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A rather unique reimagining of The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes.
"Out there fell a cascade of children's bricks." [TWIS] For many of those who enjoy reading the original Sherlock Holmes stories, the illustrations of Sidney Paget have traditionally brought those scenes to life visually. W...
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I wish I had those Legos as a kid. 
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Rebecca Carlson

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" 'What a lovely thing a rose is!'
He walked past the couch to the open window and held up the drooping stalk of a moss-rose, looking down at the dainty blend of crimson and green. It was a new phase of his character to me... said he, leaning with his back against the shutters...'Our highest assurance of the goodness of Providence seems to me to rest in the flowers. All other things, our powers, our desires, our food, are all necessary for our existence in the first instance. But this rose is an extra. It's smell and it's colour are an embellishment of life, not a condition of it. It is only goodness which gives us extras, and so I say again that we have much to hope from the flowers.'  ....He fell into a reverie, with the moss-rose between his fingers."
                       ~ The Naval Treaty,  pg. 11
                              
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+Rebecca Carlson Yes. He's got the attitude, mannerisms, voice, looks, etc of Holmes just as Doyle presented him in the original stories. 
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ambrose scott

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Brilliant...
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"I hear of Sherlock everywhere since you became his chronicler." - Mycroft Holmes We're here to discuss everything you see, hear and observe about Sherlock Holmes in books, on television, in the movies, on the web and more.

James O'Leary

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Ah, Kendall J. Pagan, I hardly know ye....

While I remember Sherlockian Pagan's posts on the deleterious effects that Elementary would have on the general public and the youth of America, it seems that those effect have not come to pass. Yet, this post is a warning call on dangers of the the world-wide phenomenon of BBC Sherlock, dangers that Kendall either refuses to see or views through rose-colored glasses. How much longer will it before BBC Sherlock fans hold Sherlock Vs Jeff "A Study in Pink" Jelly Belly competitions, with "Jeff" offering "Sherlock" a choice between Barf and Peach and "Sherlock" using deductive reasoning to ferret out the safe choice? Will we see Sherlock Vs Jeff competitions at 221B Con next spring? And as this game sweeps through the BBC Sherlock fandom, how long will it be before some jaded player ups the excitement factor by including real poison among the candy concoctions? Will we have "Chicken" or "Russian Roulette" -like gatherings with spectators betting on the outcome of this literal life-or-death cosplay with, perhaps the occasional "John" sweeping in with a well-timed bullet to end the proceedings? Such a Sherlockalypse will make the evils of the Dungeons & Dragons tragedies of a generation ago seem like a pre-school pastime.
 
Kendall has a platform to stop this tragedy before it starts, yet Sherlockian Pagan treats it like a harmless lark. It time to stop this now before it's too late. With your influence in both the Sherlockian and Sherlockian worlds, you could be a voice of sanity and reason and help prevent a lost generation of BBCers mourning the loss of their "Sherlock" and "Jeff" playing friends with memorial Facebook pages and candlelight vigils in North Gower Street. Join me Kendall in saying, "Don't take Playing the Game too far!  Just say No to Jelly Belly BeanBoozled!"
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ambrose scott

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Vaibhav Gilankar

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SHERLOCK HOLMES Comic It's good
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Scott Monty
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Another successful extortion attempt. 
While some copyright lawsuits go to court, often times the defendant finds it cheaper to settle rather than fight. Here we have another example. In May of this year the Conan Doyle estate sued Miramax, Penguin Random House over the movie Mr Holmes. The movie is based on a ten-year-old novel by Mitch Cullin, A Slight Trick of The Mind, and starred Ian McKellen. The movie was set to be released in July, but the debut was imperiled by the lawsuit an...
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Truly a shame. Stop encouraging the money-grubbing turd-balls!! 
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ambrose scott

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Rebecca Carlson

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Rebecca Carlson

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Not Sherlock Holmes, but Jeremy Brett singing "A Wonderful View".
(slideshow by me)
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ambrose scott

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The game is afoot! Track down the landmarks of Sherlock Holmes’ London with this #MapsHack. goo.gl/4rNXw5
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