WHOLOCK - Sherlock meets The Doctor!
Oh. My. God. You’ve got to watch this!
a really excellent way to reduce anxiety is to pick up a new hobby. find something you’re interested in, learn it, then use it as a healthy and productive way to cope.
This is what I imagine a gay zombie attack would sound like.
GUYS. THE SAME PERSON WHO MADE THE REALISTIC FAN-MADE 50TH TRAILER MADE A NEW VIDEO.
SERIOUSLY. JUST PRESS PLAY.
Hayley’s little things that I love: Hair in ponytails or something.
A 7% Solution? Sherlock’s Injection Gun
The most dangerous and interesting prop in 221b is this syringe pistol. It only appears in Hounds and it’s on the top of one of Sherlock’s four printers in the lounge (one on the desk, two near the music stand and one on the shelf behind the door).
One obvious interpretation given the evidence is that Sherlock is hell on printers! Maybe he simply abandons them when they run out of ink? Is it thrifty John (eco-conscious!John?) who’s using the injector to refill the ink cartridges to prevent our Petulant Consulting Detective from buying yet another?
The fact remains that even if the confounded thing is being used for good it’s still a freaking injector gun! And it’s in the possession of a known user who (barely?) overcame a Danger Night just one episode ago! What the hell is John thinking even letting it in the flat at all?
Well this is the same
enablerdoctor who will, a few minutes after the gun appears on screen, relent and toss our Consulting Addict a pack of cigarettes to calm his ass down.
Also known as [a syringe pistol], an injector gun or a medical injector, an injection gun is a device that is used to efficiently and safely inject medication into the body. Devices of this type…offer a higher degree of accuracy at the injection site. …the gun makes is possible to deliver a more precise dosage than is usually possible with a traditional syringe. In many countries, no type of injection gun is available to the general public without the express permission of a licensed healthcare provider.
An injection gun can be used for just about any type of medication injection. This includes the delivery of pain medication, or of antibiotics… While there is some variation in the design, most of these injectors are equipped with a chamber for the medication, a barrel, and a trigger… The trigger is located below the chamber and barrel, making it easy to hold the device in one hand, position the needle at the point of entry, and squeeze the trigger to insert the needle and deliver the dose of medication. (x)
I cannot believe, over a year later, I’m still finding out/being shown things I’ve never seen. *slow clap*
Many of the things on John’s resume are linked to diabetes. It is possible that either he, or Sherlock is diabetic. Consider their individual eating habits.
Take into account as well, the amount of dangerous substances, such as mould, that Sherlock works with that can lead to anaphylactic shock.
In the beginning of Scandal, we see a medication bottle on one of the shelves. Considering Sherlock’s lifestyle, and John’s past injuries, it is not unreasonable to think that one of the men in Baker Street is actually frequently ill. If you take it a step further, and relate it back to the original works, in which Watson nearly died of not his injuries, but of a contracted sickness, it makes even more sense.
It is very reasonable that John, who does medical treatments on the fly in the flat, would have equipment like this for its intended purpose.