Vincente shrugged. He will not take sides in the siblings' argument, that's for sure. "Mycroft has his thing, and Sherlock has his thing. Mycroft's place is being the one who can think everything from his armchair. But Sherlock doesn't like that; he's too energetic for that. He wants to jump around and climb roofs, crawl around and stare at footprints, those things. If Mycroft had been a detective, he'd be too lazy - likewise, Sherlock will be too jittery for a computer-like bloke. They're just right where they are."
An omnivorous reader with a strangely retentive memory for trifles.
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