Many of you may have seen my PSA about Gail Glaser and her articles. If not, you can see that here. I’ll explain things again for those who aren’t aware.  Gail Glaser, who writes about Andrew Scott, has long been a problem for Scotties. This all began a few years ago when Glaser started making noise about a biography she had written on Andrew. When Andrew was asked about the biography, he said, “I’ve heard about that and I don’t support it. I absolutely don’t. For a start, it’s too early to be writing a book about me. Plus I find it intrusive. And it will be inaccurate, that’s what it’ll be.”  Despite the fact she claims to admire Andrew, she still to this day continues to push publication, make homophobic comments, harass Scotties, harass anyone who she thinks has information on Andrew, say nasty things about Andrew, steal private pictures of Andrew, and she even harassed Andrew’s friend and colleague, Simon Stephens until he blocked her on Twitter. That’s just a small glimpse of who Gail is and what she has done. Not only does she write about Andrew’s personal life on Examiner, but she uploads personal information to his IMDb, and Wikipedia as well. There’s a new petition that’ll be submitted directly to, Wikipedia, and representatives when the goal of 1,000 signatures is reached in hopes that it will urge them to remove any content added by Mrs. Glaser. This woman claims to be a fan who is just trying to inform others of Mr. Scott’s works. Don’t buy into that, she often writes up on Andrew’s personal life, recently she’s written an article on who she believes Andrew’s partner is. That sounds like someone’s personal life to me. Mind you, that’s just the most recent thing she’s written about Andrew’s personal life, this not the first time.  So Sherlockians and Scotties I urge you to sign the petition, you can do it anonymously if you’d like CLICK HERE TO SIGN .  This is the Tumblr for the petition.

Mumford & Sons & Friends

A little something to keep you entertained during the hiatus!

Awake My Soul - Mumford & Sons with Haim

Atlantic City - Mumford & Sons with Haim and Ben Howard

The Weight - Mumford & Sons with Haim and Ben Howard

The Chain - Mumford & Sons with Haim, Ben Howard, Vampire Weekend, Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros

Galway Girl - Mumford & Sons with Haim, Ben Howard, Vampire Weekend, Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros, The Vaccines

Wagon Wheel - Mumford & Sons with Haim, Apache Relay, Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeroes, Simone Felice, Jeff the Brotherhood, Justin Townes Earle

Go To Sleep - Mumford & Sons with Matthew the Atlas

House of the Rising Sun - Mumford & Sons cover

Deep Water - Mumford & Sons cover

Amazing Grace - Mumford & Sons with Cadillac Sky, Apache Relay, Old Crow Medicine Show

Sweet Home Alabama - Mumford & Sons with Cadillac Sky

The Ghost of Tom Joad - Mumford & Sons with Elvis Costello

Come Together - Mumford & Sons with Bears Den, The Vaccines, and Rubblebucket

Baby Don’t You Do It - Mumford & Sons with Deap Vally

When My Time Comes - Dawes with Mumford & Sons

Angel Band - Mumford & Sons with Bela Fleck, The Punch Brothers, and Jarozs

Hungry Heart - Bruce Springsteen with a drunk Mumford & Sons

This Train is Bound for Glory - Mumford & Sons with Old Crow Medicine Show, and Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros

The Boxer / Awake My Soul - Mumford & Sons with Jerry Douglas

Proud Mary -  John Fogerty with Mumford & Sons

Down on the River - John Fogerty with Mumford & Sons and The Vaccines

Born on the Bayou- John Fogerty with Mumford & Sons

Have You Ever Seen The Rain - John Fogerty with Mumford & Sons

Mystic Highway - John Fogerty with Mumford & Sons

Bad Moon Rising - John Fogerty with Mumford & Sons

Lodi - John Fogerty with Mumford & Sons

All Along the Watchtower - Marcus Mumford, Dave Matthews, Tim Reynolds

Banjolin Son / Awake My Soul - Mumford & Sons with Johnny Flynn

Tickle Me Pink - Johnny and Lillie Flynn with Marcus Mumford

Eyes of Holloway - Johnny Flynn with Marcus Mumford


♫ Someday I will find my ticket outta here wake up one mornin’ and just start packin’ yea-I’ll make up my mind and I’ll lay down my fear stop waitin’ for the next bad thing to happen I’m ready for the rainbow to begin I just got through a storm of tears I thought would never end Someday was a dream that always seemed to turn out wrong but now it’s not so far away ♫ —Small Town Saturday Night (2010)