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25th Oct '14 5:43:18 PM creader
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28th Sep '14 4:33:20 PM Tightwire
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4th Aug '14 5:59:16 AM shamblingdead
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4th Aug '14 5:24:37 AM shamblingdead
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22nd Jun '14 10:01:01 AM Silverblade2
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16th Jun '14 4:32:42 AM Silverblade2
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not a trope
28th May '14 8:09:34 AM SomeSortOfTroper
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18th Dec '13 6:07:00 AM bgcallegari
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This is for the same reason that I deleted that Cerebus Syndrome entry a while back. It's a Zero Context Example. How does the film's ending suddenly get worse? I can't necessarily say that this is wrong since I haven't seen this film myself (and I'm really not interested i nseeing it either), but you still have to explain why/how a trope like this applies even if it's true/correct. If others disagree, they won't see the sense in the entry, and for those who haven't seen the film, it really doesn't tell them anything.
31st Oct '13 2:17:49 PM MarkLungo
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