Name Change!

Hello there!  Decided to register a domain for this blog – so from now on the address is What happens after that is a mystery!  “Elementary”


Elementary my dear Watson

The supposed explanation that Sherlock Holmes gave to his assistant, Dr. Watson, when explaining deductions he had made. 


holmesIn fact the line doesn’t appear in the Conan Doyle books, only later in Sherlock Holmes’ films. 

He does come rather close at a few of points. Holmes says “Elementary” in ‘The Crooked Man’, and “It was very superficial, my dear Watson, I assure you” in ‘The Cardboard Box’. He also says “Exactly, my dear Watson, in three different stories. 

The phrase was first used by P. G. Wodehouse, in Psmith Journalist, 1915.

Source for this vital piece of information


I would like this to be a meaningful space – mixed with the odd tune, video and thought.  Your suggestions are welcome.



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