"Can you taste the comet?"
'Comet vintages' are years during which an astronomical event, involving generally a “Great Comet”, occurs prior to harvest. Throughout the history of wine, winemakers have attributed successful vintages and ideal weather conditions to the unexplained effects caused by the comets. Some of the most heralded vintages in the last couple of centuries—such as the 1811, 1826, 1839, 1845, 1852, 1858, 1861, 1985 & 1989 vintages—have coincided with a notable appearance of a comet…In The Adventure of the Stockbroker’s Clerk by Arthur Conan Doyle, Dr. Watson describes Sherlock Holmes, upon being told the clerk’s story, as being pleased, " like a connoisseur who has just taken his first sip of a comet vintage." (Wikipedia)
EDIT: So, it’s Blacklist Monday and I’m hoping to get finally more information on this, so I’m bringing it back…
Somewhere in there is the ‘Red Naked in the Desert’ thing as well… 2011 sometime? This timeline thing is just awesome btw! Thnx…
i just figured out the perfect murder
kill someone and bury them in their own garden
that way if the police find them they’ll think it was a suicide
#welp looks like the victim committed suicide and promptly buried themselves in their garden #how considerate of them
You got another plan? You got any other plan? Those are hellhounds out there, Dean. They’ve got all of our scents. Those bitches will never stop coming after you. We let the dogs in. You guys hit the roof. Make a break for the building next over, and I can wait here, with my finger on the button. Rip those mutts a new one. Or at least get you a few minutes headstart, anyway.
I had to turn my TV and let myself cry for a million years because my two favorite female roles had died. For good.
- So you realise that Sherlock got us out here to see his mum and dad for a reason?
- His lovely mum and dad. A fine example of married life. I get that.