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The Science Of Deduction » Observing is all well and good, BUT... » June 19, 2012 12:55 pm

Thanks for the tips masters! Sometimes I feel so lazy to do it. And so the hardest part of the observation is, how long will you observation time will last. To elaborate, everytime you enter a room, everytime you meet a person, you observe them and deduce. That's the hardest part for me, sometimes I even go dumb. Well I can't keep them up for long!

General Sherlock Discussion » You know you're obsessed with Sherlock when... » June 19, 2012 12:15 pm

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When you try to observe always keenly and when the one that you're observing caught you, you feel awkward.
When you try to deduce the rule on the question "how did that happen?" based on given and result alone.
When you try to deduce from what you're observing, and tells that to the people that you've observed, and they'll be amazed to you.
When you do all of what I've said earlier as part of your life, constantly practicing so that you could be like Sherlock, and eventually, it'll boost your self confidence.

Introductions Please... » Mabuhay! » June 18, 2012 2:00 am

Milkomeda wrote:

Welcome to the forum ! = )

Thanks Mikomeda!

Introductions Please... » Mabuhay! » June 18, 2012 1:58 am

Sentimental Pulse wrote:

Hi Louie Welcome! My this is so wonderful to have so many cultures and parts of the world represented. Enjoy!

Thanks Sentimental Pulse! It's good to see and know you guys here!


Sherli Bakerst wrote:

Welcome, and don't get stressed out by all the info on this board!  Actually, it's pretty relaxing to read through stuff here for a few hours.

Thanks Sherli Bakerst! Well, yeah I tried to read all the threads that I'm interested in, and it really satisfy my nerves! The fact that there are people who have the same interest as mine, is really relaxing to interact with. I thought I'm the only 1 fan here in my place and I can't share my thoughts to them regarding everything about Sherlock and his methods because they find it peculiar and he's not popular around these parts.

veecee wrote:

And three nicotine patches?

Welcome, Louie! You'll have fun here, I'm sure. And I believe we have at least one other member from the Phillipines.

Thanks Veecee! I'm already enjoying my stay here, and yes, I know that there's another Filipino member existing in this site since I browsed a little about it yesterday. Besides that, I really enjoy people welcoming new members nicely and warm.

It's Canon » Least favorite story from the canon » June 17, 2012 10:51 am

The Adventure of Crooked Man, is the one that I think that is the least satisfying. Sherlock just caught an suspected Animal Trainer, and then the real cause of death of the Colonel in the story is just a heart stroke, or, apoplexy.

Introductions Please... » Newbie from the Philippines » June 17, 2012 10:34 am

jimella wrote:

(I am a big fan of Fukuyama Masaharu, in case anyone here is a fan too)

I'm also a fan of the japanese Sherlock Holmes counterpart.

Introductions Please... » Mabuhay! » June 17, 2012 10:05 am

Thanks for the warning about kissing my relaxation goodbye, but I'm used to Sherlock's peculiar deduction methods since this year, which is very stressful. But, as time passes, I managed to embrace that stress as a product of relaxation, specifically if I managed to get a right result in deducing random by using Sherlock's peculiar but really cool deduction methods by observation.

Introductions Please... » Mabuhay! » June 17, 2012 9:26 am

Greetings, my dear colleagues and cofans.

My name is Louie. I'm from Laguna, Philippines. Is there any filipinos out here?



Cheers.

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