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Well I have had a wonderful time at Sherlocked! One of the things I had to think about was what to cosplay as? There were a few Sherlocks, Watsons, Mollys, Mycrofts and Moriartys (Especially a great one in a straight jacket love that scene from Season 3!!!!). So I thought hmmmm what reaction could I get well everyone loves a bit of Sherlock and Watson action, hmmm I know the fall! So I decided to be St Bartholomew’s Hospital with Sherlock and Watson Puppets. 


I got mixed reactions from people which is always great! Ranging from 

The weirded out (”Why is he wearing a box on his head?”) 

The fan moments (”That is the best costume here”) 

The deeply disturbed (”You should be ashamed thats disgusting”)

I tried to put the play back into cosplay and be a building and great reactions from people and photos were taken a plenty so if you are reading this and did take some photos with me I would be very thankful if you could send me a link.


Now the drama well I didn’t really see any but heard some. Well people coming thinking hey this is my little TV show it ain’t gonna be busy were very surprised. Well shows that no matter how big something gets people are oblivious to the power of such great TV. I knew this coming into the convention so that is why I did not partake in the autographs or photos with the big stars. Though I am slightly disappointed Mark Gatiss sold out he is the only member of the League of Gentlemen I have not met yet! 


I found out that my photo-shoots with Una Stubbs and Louise Brealey were not till the afternoon so ducked and dived through the crowds playing the world’s largest game of People Tetris which is always a good laugh, if you are sick of the crowds and lines turn it into a game walk round and round pretending you are that one tetris block to save the day and cut the lines!


It was a fairly female dominated convention which was interesting, going to fairly mixed themed conventions a male to female ratio is always there but for this one there were a lot of ladies! Which was great, though when it came to interaction with the staff and guests I did feel that my presence was less enthusiastic. But hey who am I to complain I enjoyed myself and who the fuck cares what other people think right?

When it came to the photos I thought fuck it lets do some silly ones, the set one was the first one I took and thought what could I do that no one else has. Lets be all creepy that will be funny! With Louise I have always been a big fan of hers so thought I would try the biggest Derp face I could, Una well Mrs Hudson is the Queen of the Cuppa so had to have something tea related! 


I loved the reactions I got from people they were laughing and even the staff that were printing out the photos giggled at my photos as well.


Overall had a great time! If you saw me in the Hospital head please message and forward me the photos! Its all about getting that positive reaction! 

And in the words of the immortal Bard as they led him to the guillotine!

anonymous asked:

Hey! Is doing 3 sets with heavy weights good enough ? Or should i do more sets?

It’s not just about one exercise.

You must think about your overall workout routine. If you’re doing 12-16 sets for a body part, you’re doing it right (depending on your body part)

Which can be 4 exercises of 3 sets or 3 exercises of 4 sets (or more)

More workout routines:

http://www.gymaholic.co/articles/workouts

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Here’s a production video from “Dominion” first season that most of us probably haven’t seen.

Implicit Differentiation

Worked examples: Example 2

Cont’d from “Definition

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Let’s use an outcome we already know. If our original function of y was

f(y) = sin(y)

which has a derivative with respect to y given by

d/dyf(y) = d/dy[sin(y)] = cos y

Now let’s calculate the derivative of f(y) with respect to x.

Here we have to again apply implicit differentiation since y is a function of x

d/dxsin(y(x)) = d/dysin(y(x)) d/dxy(x) = cos(y(x)) dy/dx

Now we can simply substitute these into the equation determined previously.

dy/dx= dy/dxcos y [cos y]−1 = dy/dxcos y cos y

and since cosy/cos y= 1 the equation becomes

dy/dx = dy/dx

thus confirming the equation from “Implicit differentiation of equations” and, in turn, confirming the differentiation process used.