jack mills

Final scene ... The Green Mill Murder

Phryne: “You summoned me, Inspector Robinson.”

Jack: “Yes”

Jack: “Found these plates underneath the floorboards of Leonard Stevens’s apartment.”

Phryne:  “ And what do you want me to do with them? “

Jack: “Have them incinerated”

Phryne: " I thought your hands were tied “

Jack: “ Yes, but yours are not.”

Jack’s jacket definitely moves at this point so he is pocketing the photo, as we all suspected!!

Re-worked my original post to add a couple of images at the end for @missingmissfisher @kanste @anne-louise-fortune and all at the re-watch tonight. Sorry it took so long, folks.

(26-03-17)

If you hate Severus Snape then you must also hate Regina Mills, Tony Stark, Bruce Banner, Bucky Barnes, Black Widow, Albus Dumbledore, Jack Thompson, Captain Killian Jones and a million other characters.Because they all did terrible things in their pasts, and they all do things to try and make up for it. Albus Dumbledore had Grindlewald, the Hallows, his sister; and then he basically manipulated and lied to a child for six years so that child would do what Albus wanted him to do. Regina Mills killed, tortured, used and tormented thousands of innocent people for so many years. Jack Thompson killed soldiers trying to come in peace, soldiers who were waving the white flag, and then lied about it. And he continued lying, and cheating and being a misogynistic sexist pig, to further his career. Tony Stark invented hundreds of weapons of mass destruction, and sold them to companies that used them for terrible things. Bucky Barnes assassinated people - he murdered Tony’s parents for goodness sake. Killian Jones, or ‘Captain Hook’ murdered, stole, lied, cheated, and betrayed people for years, searching for his ultimate revenge and taking his anger out on innocents. Bruce Banner hurts and destroys so many things and so many people when he turns into the Hulk. Innocent people. Black Widow was literally an assassin - she killed people, tortured them, for a living. 

All these people have done absolutely horrendous things - but hey all have one thing in common. They all look for redemption, they all try to make up for what they have done. And they are all products of their own unique situations. Severus Snape is no different from any of these other characters. So if you don’t hate those other characters, you shouldn’t be able to tell yourself it’s okay to hate Severus Snape.  

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Top 5 Personal Favorites from 2015

  1. Muir Woods National Monument, Mill Valley, California, USA
  2. Two Jack Lake: Banff National Park, Alberta, Canada
  3. Reflections of Autumn: Waterdown, Ontario, Canada
  4. Standing my Ground: Canmore, Alberta, Canada
  5. Dark Soul: West Lincoln, Ontario, Canada

here is one of the most basic things you can know about economics:

“the markets will regulate themselves” is true

but without government intervention there is no way to know how long it’ll take. inflation can spiral out of control, unemployment can spiral out of control, the markets become less efficient because monopolies can develop where they may not be best to develop

so don’t sit there jacking ogden l mills and pretending you know shit while saying “the markets will regulate themselves” to me. have fun with banks runs and a shitty business cycle you fatfisted jackasses

real talk headcanon time re: jack laurent ‘ding dong’ zimmermann’s PVD apartment/condo/domicile

things we know about jack:

  1. loves history
  2. loves bitty
  3. would probably live in a box if bitty said he loved it

so at first jack isn’t sure what he wants in a living space, other than kitchen space for bitty.  but then jack realizes that providence is a mill town, so he asks the realtor about converted mill buildings.  (NOTE: converting old mills into living/business spaces is a huuuuge thing in new england mill towns…below photo is from near where i grew up in NH)  she shows him one or two, and jack finds that he loves the historical brick buildings with huge windows (light for his bitty’s kitchen!)! and they’re near the town center and right on a river so the view is gorgeous (mills used the river to power the machinery and needed to be close to shipping/retail to sell their cloth/fiber)

there’s exposed brick walls and reclaimed hardwood floors, and jack can even read up on the history of that particular mill (did they weave cotton? fine linen?) to beef up his history nerd cred.  he’s sold on this one, with all the light streaming into the bedroom space.

bitty, of course, loves jack’s new place.  but he’d live in a box too if it meant he got to be with jack. :)