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bakerstreetbabes:

marry us all?
(x)

bakerstreetbabes:

marry us all?

(x)

suzybishop:

#hello 911 i’d like to report a crime

coffing:

omg

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staxilicious:

artkat:

despairnaegami:

personasanta:

does anybody else think tired and sleepy mean two totally different things

sleepy is cute and dozing off and happy but tired is 10 cups of coffee and murder

image

reblogging because the last graphic comment is FLAWLESS

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thievinggenius:

Tattoo done by Ryan Mason.
@ryanscapegoat

thievinggenius:

Tattoo done by Ryan Mason.

@ryanscapegoat

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sherlockstuff:

rominatrix:

cryingneedforthat:

skulls-and-tea:



I’ve always been curious as to whether Sherlock's unaired pilot had a title before being ditched and reworked into 'A Study in Pink'

Turns out, it did: A Touch of Pink.



Sources:

 The current official Facebook page for BBC’s Sherlock : [x
 The former official Facebook page for A Touch of Pink : [x]
 The CV of the pilot’s costume designer, Ray Holman (archived from May 2009) : [x]
 Sherlock’s Wikipedia article history (archived from Dec 2009) : [x]
THE GAYNESS INCREASES BY 10,000 PERCENT

interesting, instead of calling it “gay pilot” we can now officially call it “ATOP”

Has anyone thrown this in yet

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Anonymous said: What kind of advice do you give to a CM in name only (CMINO - or is that redundant)? I have no power of the purse, the strategist is running the show, the candidate is bossy, and even my admin/FD is shitting on me because she sees the other ones doing it. I understand not having authority (I know, that expectation would be "adorable", as one submission put it), but these limits are keeping me from being able to do my job! What can I do? What can of whoop-ass can I open?

campaignsick:

I don’t know if you’re going to love my answer, but here it is. Good Luck!!

http://www.patreon.com/campaignsick

This was me on the 2 campaigns I managed. They were both small, local campaigns where neither candidate wanted to do anything like a normal campaign and just wanted to do their own thing. They also listened to “insiders with connections” who in the long run don’t do anything. Had no money control, and in 1 case, wasn’t even given the poll results!

I cried a lot. I also started just running covert operations of sorts. If they don’t want to consult or work with you, don’t work with them. Run your own phone banks and canvasses, reach out to people on your own. Do what you KNOW is right and let them see how right you are.