#food for thought
Paul Greenberg’s new book explores the problem of why Americans have all but stopped eating seafood from their own waters: http://nyr.kr/1n75qBr
“Americans’ unabated desire for shrimp—it’s the most popular seafood in the United States, trailed by tuna and salmon—has lead to massive importing from Asia, because, perversely, it’s cheaper to buy and repackage frozen Asian shrimp than it is to buy and process American shrimp on our own soil.”
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Molly Hooper as Sherlock's spirit guide/spirit animal →
#sherlock season 3
#his last vow
I rewatched HLV and noticed something. In the mind palace scene, Molly uses “we” and “us” several times instead of “you”: “weneed to focus”, “weneed to decide which way you’re going to fall”, and “gravity’s working forus”. In his mind, Sherlock and Molly are a team. She is guiding him through the steps for survival and he is following her lead, but they’re doing it together. They have formed this partnership as they’ve become closer and have worked side-by-side. He considers her to be his equal. As soon as he is shot, Molly is there taking him through the process. Sherlock knows he is not alone because he has Molly, and he, once again, places his trust in her to survive.
Molly Hooper, Sherlock’s spirit guide/spirit animal: guiding, helping, and protecting.