History Headscratchers / WizardsOfWaverlyPlace

26th Apr '16 1:56:46 AM 4power4
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*** Because humans are not like that. Eventually, there would be an all white war, where the wizards attempt to over take the non-magic folk, or the non-magic folk attempt to overtake and use the wizards magic and magical object for their personal gain. You can find examples of this in real life. Humans are not known for holding hands and living in peace.

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*** Because humans are not like that. Eventually, there would be an all white out war, where the wizards attempt to over take the non-magic folk, or the non-magic folk attempt to overtake and use the wizards magic and magical object for their personal gain. You can find examples of this in real life. Humans are not known for holding hands and living in peace.
26th Apr '16 1:54:37 AM 4power4
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*** Because humans are not like that. Eventually, there would be an all white war, where the wizards attempt to over take the non-magic folk, or the non-magic folk attempt to overtake and use the wizards magic and magical object for their personal gain. You can find examples of this in real life. Humans are not known for holding hands and living in peace.
26th Apr '16 1:46:31 AM 4power4
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** Because it's normal wizard custom. The family wizard battle is simply what wizards do. It doesn't seem as if Jerry sees as anymore than an unfortunate event.
10th Dec '15 2:03:07 PM H2SO4
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* In all likeliness, I imagine the Wizard Council implemented the competition to prevent siblings from the off chance of getting power-hungry and turning on each other. It's essentially the same reason why the Siths have the RuleOfTwo--because before then, the Siths got too consumed with power, which created infighting, and led to the rule being implemented. In the same vein, the Wizards would not want to risk a similar incident of fighting over power. After all, power does corrupt.
28th Nov '15 11:54:49 AM RaisedByWolves
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[[WMG:The number of children]]
*Why did Jerry and Theresa have three children if they knew there was a possibility of a family feud involving wizard powers? Why would they want their kids to compete like that, when they could just have one child keeping the powers, especially since Jerry saw first hand what happens, with his own siblings?
6th Nov '15 5:48:05 PM nombretomado
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** Laritate explains it as "I fit the punishment to the person, not the crime." [[RaveMaster So basically, Hitler can steal a stapler and be put on death row, but if Greta Goody-Goody (the nicest and brownnose-iest person ever) murders everyone in her grade, she gets let off with a warning.]]

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** Laritate explains it as "I fit the punishment to the person, not the crime." [[RaveMaster [[Manga/RaveMaster So basically, Hitler can steal a stapler and be put on death row, but if Greta Goody-Goody (the nicest and brownnose-iest person ever) murders everyone in her grade, she gets let off with a warning.]]
22nd Oct '15 4:43:51 PM nombretomado
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**** It was just pure luck in the movie. They ''had'' to make obvious the fact that Selena Gomez is their chosen {{Disney}} star.

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**** It was just pure luck in the movie. They ''had'' to make obvious the fact that Selena Gomez is their chosen {{Disney}} Creator/{{Disney}} star.
7th Apr '15 8:42:23 AM SilentStranger
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* They do use them every now and then, but they're just as likely to just wave their wands and get the results.

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* They do use them every now and then, but they're just as likely to just wave their wands and get the results.results.

[[WMG: The Ending]]

Getting stuck working a shitty restaurant for the rest of your life while your siblings zoom off to a magical, exciting future is a happy ending in what way? Seriously, the ending of the series was really frustrating, because why on Earth would ANYONE be satisfied with essentially being stuck as a loser for the rest of their life?
7th Mar '15 8:21:36 PM BrotherGrimace
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**** I always thought that there was a simple reason why (a.) Justin was the last to disappear and (b.) Alex was still there - ''with her memory fully intact and undamaged'' - after the spell fully took hold (as Jerry said, after Alex tried to reverse it): '''Alex is''' ''not'' '''a Russo'''. Consider what the exact words of her wish spell were, and what she did was alter reality in a manner so that in the past, Jerry and Theresa never met (and therefore never married, had kids, etc.). Jerry explained the effects of the spell Alex cast; both Max and Justin experienced those effects almost immediately, ''but Alex'' '''never''' ''did''. There's only one reason why that would occur: ''Alex is not'' biologically ''Jerry and Theresa's child'', so the alteration of reality that kept Jerry and Theresa from becoming a couple and having a family never affected her birth - and because she was the originator of the spell, she was protected from its affects (otherwise, she'd have ''an entirely new set of memories'', and none of the Russo family). Just a few ideas...
30th Dec '14 7:34:30 AM CowsInSpace
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*** Back in the days of DOS and early Windows (Pre 3.1) Ctrl-Alt-Del would forcibly reboot the computer. Now it is used to access the Task Manager and security features. It's a legacy thing, there isn't generally a key combination to reboot anymore so this is the closest thing they could use.
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