I highly doubt Sherlock realized just how true this was when he first said it. Because, despite being a "highly functioning sociopath", it was love that motivated him to take that jump.
♥ I lack the ability to describe the incoherency that rages though my mind whenever I see Sherlock pictures like this. this is best description I can come up for it: AAJLWJEWIJDKNVKDAJWJOGEOPGKODKLSMVKDNKEJLKEJGKANWALAJFAWJEL. I am official obsessed.
Benedict Cumberbatch faced with a difficult challenge on Sesame Street... better call back up Love this ♥
I almost spat out my drink when I first heard this, couldn't think of anything other than sherlock in a princess dress staring hard out of the window of his 'palace' XD
Insights on PBS Hawaii with moderator Dan Boylan: Should we have the right to decide how we die? Panelists from left to right: David Louie, State Attorney General; James Pietsch, Director, University of Hawaii Elder Law Program; Barbara Coombs Lee, National President, Compassion & Choices; Dr. Emese Somogyi, Palliative Medicine Physician, Castle Medical Center
Insights on PBS Hawaii with moderator Malia Mattoch: What will be the impact of Hawaii’s decision regarding same-sex marriage?” Panelists top left clockwise: Sam Slom, (R) State Senator, 9th District, Hawaii Kai, Kuli‘ou‘ou, Niu, ‘Aina Haina, Wai‘alae-Kahala, Diamond Head; Gary Secor, Vicar General, Roman Catholic Church Hawaii; Robert Fitzpatrick, Bishop, Episcopal Diocese of Hawaii; Chris Lee, (D) State Representative, 51st District, Kailua, Waimanalo
Insights on PBS Hawaii with moderator Dan Boylan: What do GMOs mean for our crops, for our food… for Hawaii? Panelists from top left clockwise: Andrea Brower, Former Co-Director, Malama Kauai; Dennis Gonsalves, Retired Director of the USDA Pacific Basin Agricultural Research Center, Hilo; Hector Valenzuela, Vegetable Crops Extension Specialist, University of Hawaii-Manoa; Clarence Nishihara, State Senator, Chairman, Agriculture Committee
Insights on PBS Hawaii with moderator Malia Mattock: How can we help veterans and their families cope with mental health issues? Michael Peacock, Co-founder, Hawaii Vet 2 Vet Chaplain Steven Jensen, Marine Chaplain, retired Griselda Hernandez, Active-duty Marine Spouse Dr. Alyssa Mansfield, Epidemiologist, Department of Veterans Affairs, National Center for PTSD
PBS Insights with moderator Dan Boylan (bottom): What are the mental health challenges for Native Hawaiians? Panelists from left to right: Poka Laenui, Executive Director Hale Na`au Pono; Christen Marquez Filmmaker, “E Haku Enoa: To Weave a Name”; Vicky Holt Takamine Founder, PA`I Foundation; Dr. Nalani Blaisdell-Brennan Psychiatrist, Honolulu and Wai`anae
Christian Moullec flying a microlight with his geese - Earthflight, A Nature Special Presentation, "Flying High," shows how the series was made, including the relationships that formed between people and birds. Airing October 9 on PBS Hawaii.
Insights on PBS Hawaii with moderator Dan Boylan: Who owns Hawaii’s water and is it enough? Panelists from left to right: Ernest Lau Chief Engineer Honolulu Board of Water Supply; Williamson Chang Law Professor University of Hawaii, William S. Richardson School of Law; Ed Wendt Maui taro farmer; William Tam Deputy Director, Hawaii Department of Land and Natural Resources