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The Science of Deduction

When I've eliminated the impossible, whatever remains, no matter how mad it might seem, must be the truth.

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Uneventful.

As you can deduct by the title, this week, and this blog, is unbelievably uneventful. 

Not that I mind, since there is a pretty interesting case coming up, but I would just love some questions to keep me occupied in the meantime.

John says I have to blog more. I don’t know why it’s so important to him; it’s boring. 

-SH

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Bored.

People must have forgotten about this so called ‘blog’ and taking a particular liking to John’s.

Just to enhance what I have said previously, I am available for people to question me as long as they are interesting.

It will help my boredom.

And it would also help save my wall from being destroyed by a gun. 

-SH

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Anonymous asked: When are we having dinner? -IA

When you come up with an imaginative, interesting question.

-SH

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Anonymous asked: I expected more detail.. oh well. How exactly would you get him down? He's being hanged over nothing but concrete and will most likely die soon. -JM

I refuse to answer such questions to you.

-SH

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Anonymous asked: Lets say this happens: I kidnap John; he gets free from the rope i tied him up in; he shoots my foot and locks me in a closet; he tells you that we're at the old pool that we first met at; and then once you come rushing in John in hanging over the empty pool. What do you do next? -JM

Get him down…

I would have thought my moves would me obvious, since you have done so much research on me. I see you’re slacking. 

Poor, old you.

-SH

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evilember asked: If there were no murders, mysteries, or anything that interested you in years, what the bloody hell would you do?

There would always be murders, because there would always be people who get as bored as me. 

A fantastic example of this is Jim Moriarty. Don’t get on his bad side, I warn you.

-SH

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evilember asked: Lets say there are no clues to a murder, no matter what you do you can't find a single one. So far, it has been pronounced as a suicide. You find a ring stuck between two books a year later in the room of the 'suicide'. What could the ring tell you?

First thing: There will always be clues.

Second: Alright, say there wasn’t any. The ring would tell me who owned it, how long it was owned, and what her/his activities were. If this matches the person who was murdered, then I would have a lead to where they might have been before they were murdered. Then I could figure out what happened from there. 

Again, this is highly unlikely that this event should happen. There are always at least a small amount of evidence. Most of which the police miss.

I wouldn’t expect a person with a weak, feeble mind to understand this.

-SH

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Anonymous asked: Lets say, I killed Dr. Watson. You have no idea of who I am, no trace of where I am or which way I went, and you have no clues what so ever of anything you need to know about me. What would you do?

There are always clues to murders. You just have to know where to look, in which I am an expert at. So if you were to kill John, I would hunt you down and kill you in the worst way possible. 

Fortunately enough for you, I have only met one person who dares do that, and that didn’t turn out as he hoped. So take that as a warning.

-SH

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evilember asked: Sherlock, if your mind was suddenly changed and you did not observe things as detailed as you do now, what would become of you?

How would people know things that would never be?

If my mind was suddenly changed, and I did not observe things as detailed as I do now, then I would have no idea what would become of me, since I have no idea how you feeble minds entertain yourselves with so little to do. 

Although I do expect that I would still be clever enough to work out how to observe as good as I can now.

Now excuse me while I go and shoot the wall; I’m bored.

-SH

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Notification.

I wonder what the point of having this so called ‘interesting’ blog when no one contacts me with interesting cases or questions.

I’m still waiting.

-SH