| Thief breaks into the Tower of London, fails to steal Crown Jewels. This is not a repeat from 1671
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| Dead for Tax Reasons
"Balls!" said the queen
NowhereMon: [25.media.tumblr.com image 500x281]
Where my brain immediately went as well.
Over at the second post
Maybe he can become a permanent resident after that stunt.
I see we're done here.
Done in two
| Sandor at the Zoo
What color are their hands now?
Why do they keep on saying "thousands of pounds" as if it's so horrible? The jewels are worth millions, right? Does the Daily Fail think a Schlage or Kwikset lock is gonna cut it? They also don't say how many locks, it might be 1,000 of them (if there was a skeleton key in the box).
INeedAName: NowhereMon: [25.media.tumblr.com image 500x281]
/can't wait for "Season" 3.
// but I guess I'll have to.
/// if you consider 3 episodes a 'Season'...
Came for the Moriarity reference. Leaving happy.
(am I the only one who wants to see the same character as the Master in Doctor Who? "Hello Doctor. I will burn the heart out of you")
Did they "GET SHERLOCK" or not?
| Dalek Caan's doomed mistress
RassilonsExWife: Came for the Moriarity reference. Leaving happy.
fark as the Master, I want to see him as the next Doctor. It would be fun just to be horrified by wondering what would happen next.
Mah the Crown jewels are both priceless and worthless. priceless in actual value but worthless in that you could never actually sell them with out destroying them to melt down the gold and harvest the gems then you got to find a fence willing to take them even then.
Dalek Caan's doomed mistress: RassilonsExWife: Came for the Moriarity reference. Leaving happy.
The funny part is that with Moffat at the helm, you do get lots of 'Who-isms' in Sherlock. Fortunately, someone else must be handling the continuity as it seem mostly consistent in Sherlock (as opposed to the completely 'style over logic' of 'Torchwood').
Let's face it: Sherlocks quote "I am not a psychopath, I am a high functioning sociopath" really applies -- and is perhap part of the appeal of -- most every 'Doctor' that ever existed in Doctor Who.
British TV loves the idea of the man so intelligent that he gets to ignore normal social conventions and still be the hero. It is the ultimate in nerd fantasy.
No comment from Hudson Hawk?
grimlock1972: Mah the Crown jewels are both priceless and worthless. priceless in actual value but worthless in that you could never actually sell them with out destroying them to melt down the gold and harvest the gems then you got to find a fence willing to take them even then.
Yeah its kinda dumb to steal something so well known unless you got a buyer lined up or plan on destroying them for the scrap value.
Frankly, I'm amazed.
/What's done cannot be undone . . .
Break out the ye olde torture devices.
My money is on the Pope's Pear being about the worst.
| Tyrion's Favorite Wench
Came for Sherlock. Then I came for the reference. And am leaving happy.
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