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Get to know me meme[1/5] favorite male characters: Jim Moriarty.

Well. Here we are at last. You and me, Sherlock. And our problem. The Final Problem. “Staying Alive”. So boring, isn’t it? It’s just… staying. All my life I’ve been searching for distractions. And you were the best distraction and now I don’t even have you. Because I’ve beaten you. And you know what? In the end it easy. It was easy. Now I’ve got to go back to playing with the ordinary people. And it turns out you’re ordinary. Just like all of them. Oh well.

The One That Got Away (Cover)
The One That Got Away (Cover)

Okay so this is part of a cover of The One That Got Away by Katy Perry. This was a few years ago at a singing show thing and it’s the audio from my dad’s video of it so it’s not the best quality. It cuts off halfway through so this the link for Part Two



Fangirl challenge — [1/10] pilot: Apéritif, Hannibal.

«This is not a fatal wound. The bullet misses every artery. She is paralyzed before it leaves her body. Which doesn’t mean she can’t feel pain. It just means she can’t do anything about it. This is my design

Oh--those em dashes--are making me dizzy!

Today’s editing job–not that it’s different from yesterday’s editing job–because it’s the same paper–is brought to you by the em-dash–not to be confused with the en-dash or hyphen–which are each a whole ‘nother discussion.

If–perhaps–you must edit a paper–and really, who wants to do that over Labor Day weekend?–but if you must because of ignored deadlines–by authors–please amuse the editor by making them think–over and over again–that they are in a Regency novel–perhaps by Austen?–by using em-dashes–as many times as possible. Really–it makes me feel like–I’m breathless–and am going to–faint away by the time–I’m done reading.