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Er… but that’s the thing: he does have so much power over people. Because he’s a total badass. He’s the Napoleon of crime.
What might be perceived as “immature” or “childish” is exactly the sort of reckless disregard for propriety and a peaceful society that allows him to be so terrifying: just as children act without a care in the world and don’t consider consequences in the pursuit of their own joy, Moriarty is equally untethered by anything other than his drive to not be bored- consequences (and lives) be damned. Adults take things into careful consideration, they’re cautious, and hence, they’re predictable; that predictability is what Sherlock uses to make sense of the world, through reasoned deductions. Predictability is what typically gives Sherlock an upper hand and lets him make small work of cases and convicts.
But a criminal genius who just wants to watch the world burn? He’s unpredictable. He keeps Sherlock guessing. He has the power.
He’s something to truly fear.
New favourite necklace #sherlock #iou #moriarty (Taken with Instagram)
When do we start?
“The Adventure of Charles Augustus Milverton” by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle
did i leave the stove on
i did leave the stove on
wait a minute
no i turned it off
“Benediction” the cologne inspired by Benedict Cumberbatch.
According to most theories, June 15th 2012 is the date of Sherlock’s “death”.
The roof scene, Moriarty’s suicide, three assassins. The jump. It happened today morning.
This was never officially confirmed, but John’s blog strongly suggests it happened around this time (prior to June 16th for sure). John will write his last blog post tomorrow.
Having fun with Disney quotes… :D
I got my cute little Sherlock necklace in the mail! (: (Taken with Instagram)