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How do people do this sort of thing?

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Right, look. Let’s stop dancing around this and admit we like each other and bone.

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bbcone:

*EXCLUSIVE* The first official image from series three of #Sherlock, coming soon to BBC One."It’s been a long time since Sherlock Holmes jumped off that roof - it’s time to reveal the truth about what happened between him and the pavement" - Steven Moffat.The question on everyone’s lips will finally be answered when Sherlock returns with three brand new action-packed adventures. How did he do it? And how will John take the news that his best friend faked his own death? What will Sherlock think when he finds out John has fallen in love with Mary Morstan?

OH MY JESUS!!

bbcone:

*EXCLUSIVE* The first official image from series three of #Sherlock, coming soon to BBC One.

"It’s been a long time since Sherlock Holmes jumped off that roof - it’s time to reveal the truth about what happened between him and the pavement" - Steven Moffat.

The question on everyone’s lips will finally be answered when Sherlock returns with three brand new action-packed adventures. How did he do it? And how will John take the news that his best friend faked his own death? What will Sherlock think when he finds out John has fallen in love with Mary Morstan?

OH MY JESUS!!

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You’d think my laissez-faire approach to gender would be a plus, but no, much like her from firefly I’ve not had anything twixt my nethers that weren’t run on batteries.

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Man, I need to get laid. Badly.

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That moment when you find your friends blog and he has posted topless selfies and you have to see them on Monday and it’s like “Dude you’re hairy and i’m disturbed and what the fuck?”

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Irony.
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cumbertrekky:

Someone on Benedict’s IMDb page spotted this note from the Guardian community moderator.
https://id.theguardian.com/profile/communitymod/public
It was added to the comments section under Benedict’s recent article
http://www.theguardian.com/film/2013/sep/14/benedict-cumberbatch-interview-fifth-estate#comment-27007175

In a note sent to the Guardian after publication of this story, Benedict Cumberbatch said:

"I feel my views have been misrepresented. Do I think Manning should be pardoned? Yes. Do I think that’s likely to happen? Sadly no. Re Snowdon I said in the interview that the use of threats to life as a reason to erode civil liberties through intrusive government surveillance can also be as dangerous to democracy as the terrorism such actions claim to be preventing. This wasn’t printed for some reason."



Yeah, but he still said, “He did what he did out of a conviction that an alarm bell needed to be sounded. But his superiors might have been right to say to him, it’s not your position to be worried about it within the hierarchy of the military organisation, which is why he had to be sentenced. He took an oath, and he broke that oath”   and “Oh, but you might have stopped me from being killed on a tube I took last Wednesday. If they are saving lives, how can we say that’s less important than civil liberties? You don’t have any civil liberties if you’re dead. Isn’t it hypocritical to say, we should know everything about you as a government, but the government can’t know anything about us?”  This note does nothing to soften his views - maybe it’s not meant to - all it does it prove that his comments about it not being Manning’s “position to be worried” are his own thoughts (because he doesn’t dispute them at all) he basically believes that respecting a hierarchy is more important than exposing illegal actions within an organisation. I would also like to point out that the government are elected, by us to represent us - that is why we are entitled to know about them beating their wives or fiddling their expenses, and that the argument that we should accept the erosion of our civil liberties because of the threat of terrorism is bullshit - you’re more likely to hit by a bus than be killed by a terrorist. Can we please stop with the “he was misquoted” he wasn’t, he wasn’t fully quoted. but the substance of his comments are the same with or without the additional info. He is an amazing actor, but his politics sail close to abhorent.

cumbertrekky:

Someone on Benedict’s IMDb page spotted this note from the Guardian community moderator.

https://id.theguardian.com/profile/communitymod/public

It was added to the comments section under Benedict’s recent article

http://www.theguardian.com/film/2013/sep/14/benedict-cumberbatch-interview-fifth-estate#comment-27007175

In a note sent to the Guardian after publication of this story, Benedict Cumberbatch said:

"I feel my views have been misrepresented. Do I think Manning should be pardoned? Yes. Do I think that’s likely to happen? Sadly no. Re Snowdon I said in the interview that the use of threats to life as a reason to erode civil liberties through intrusive government surveillance can also be as dangerous to democracy as the terrorism such actions claim to be preventing. This wasn’t printed for some reason."

Yeah, but he still said, “He did what he did out of a conviction that an alarm bell needed to be sounded. But his superiors might have been right to say to him, it’s not your position to be worried about it within the hierarchy of the military organisation, which is why he had to be sentenced. He took an oath, and he broke that oath”   and “Oh, but you might have stopped me from being killed on a tube I took last Wednesday. If they are saving lives, how can we say that’s less important than civil liberties? You don’t have any civil liberties if you’re dead. Isn’t it hypocritical to say, we should know everything about you as a government, but the government can’t know anything about us?” 
This note does nothing to soften his views - maybe it’s not meant to - all it does it prove that his comments about it not being Manning’s “position to be worried” are his own thoughts (because he doesn’t dispute them at all) he basically believes that respecting a hierarchy is more important than exposing illegal actions within an organisation. I would also like to point out that the government are elected, by us to represent us - that is why we are entitled to know about them beating their wives or fiddling their expenses, and that the argument that we should accept the erosion of our civil liberties because of the threat of terrorism is bullshit - you’re more likely to hit by a bus than be killed by a terrorist. Can we please stop with the “he was misquoted” he wasn’t, he wasn’t fully quoted. but the substance of his comments are the same with or without the additional info. He is an amazing actor, but his politics sail close to abhorent.

(via dudeufugly)

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Oh, Ben, Ben, Benny. A goup of people getting together and deciding to call themselves Cumberbitches as a witty play on your name is not setting feminism back. You telling people the name should change does, however, set feminism back - you are uncomfortable with the word bitch,that’s cool, don’t use it. A lot of women are not uncomfortable with it, they see empowerment in it and that’s a good thing for feminism - woman are changing the definition of a pejorative to mean someone strong, someone who doesn’t take shit - because those are the woman who get called bitches. The term cumberbitch has close to zero impact on your life - it would have less if you got over the fact that people use it.

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So, that 12 Yerars a Slave press conference was a cluster fuck of stupid, reductive questions. Steve McQueen is awesome, however.