"And yet,” Scott interjects, “if you measured somebody’s personal wealth in a eulogy at a funeral, if you said, ‘This person had £75,000 in the bank, they had the iPhone 5s’, everybody would be absolutely disgusted. They would say ‘that’s not the person’.” (http://www.ft.com/cms/s/2/42dc190a-b438-11e3-a102-00144feabdc0.html#ixzz2xM4SK8PQ)
I’ve just unfollowed half of the blogs I used to follow. Most of them inactive blogs.
Please reblog/like if you post either:
►90% Martin Freeman.
►90% Andrew Scott.
You can recommend me blogs that post any of the above.
►You can also reblog/like if you post 95% Sherlock.
Rust: “It’s just one story; the oldest.”
Marty: “What’s that?”
Rust: “Light versus dark.”
Marty: “[…] it appears to me that the dark has a lot more territory.”
Rust: “Yeah, you’re right about that. […] You know, you’re looking at it wrong, that sky thing.”
Marty: “How’s that?”
Rust: “Well, once there was only dark. You ask me, the light’s winning.”
There’s been a lot of discussion about whether or not Moriarty’s gun on the rooftop was fake and/or specially equipped somehow, but I think there’s one big clue people have missed that might confirm it.
He doesn’t give the gun to Sherlock to commit suicide with.
OK, so Moriarty wanted Sherlock…
As much as I want the gun to be fake, here’s a thought why your theory might not be working. So, imagine if Moriarty had handed a gun to Sherlock. None of his snipers would have seen it. Jumping is much more effective, it can be seen by an audience. If Sherlock had shot himself on that roof top, Moriarty had to call the snipers off himself but that isn’t possible as he said that there is nothing he can say to call them off. Unless he’d positioned a sniper to watch the roof top scene. I don’t know, your theory is very good. :D