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visitscotland:

A barn owl in flight during a falconry display at the Blair Drummond Safari Park in Stirling, Scotland. Credit: Eddy Gillies

Sherlock and John are at a crime scene when John kneels to get a better look at the body the chain of his dog tags slips out of the collar of his shirt. He immediately tucks it back in his shirt hoping Sherlock has not noticed, but it's too late. One quick glance at Sherlock's face and John knows he saw it. Sherlock hurries through his deductions and drags John down the alley and hails a cab. Once inside the cab, Sherlock whispers in John's ear. When we get home CAPTAIN, you are mine.

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greglestrade:

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joiningcoulsonbrb:

Casual reminder that Jack spent 1874 years buried beneath Cardiff.

1874 years.

Presuming that it takes him four minutes to be revived each time he dies of things which don’t require his entire body to re-grow itself (based on how long it took for him to revive after Suzie shot him), and that it takes six minutes for him to suffocate (brain death occurs roughly four minutes after loss of consciousness), he dies 52 595 times per year.

That means he died 98 563 030 times while buried underneath Cardiff.

People do NOT give this character enough credit. They look at him and they’re like “LOL he makes innuendos and fucks people” and think that’s the extent of his character. But he’s been through so much shit, and he has so much more depth than people give him credit for. He’s so fucking brave, and he’s one of my favorite characters of all time.

(Source: patrexes, via thesometimeswarrior)

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