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14th Jul '17 9:28:24 AM WaterBlap
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* [[http://bash.org/?416857 This]] quote from Website/BashOrg.
13th Mar '17 5:50:46 PM ginsengaddict
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Doesn't count if the character's main intention was to break the window. See WindowPain for that. The focus of the destruction must be on the object.

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Doesn't count if the character's main intention was to break the window. See WindowPain for that. The focus of the destruction must be on the object.
object. Can be a form of PercussiveTherapy and/or PercussiveShutdown in some cases.
8th Feb '17 8:44:49 AM thekeyofe
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Keep in note that throwing broken appliances like TV, video game consoles, laptops, etc out of the window in RealLife may cause injuries or deaths into bystanders and pedestrians or damage vehicles below (along with broken shards of glass that follow); and the thrower of the said appliance may hold legally accountable for any injuries and damages because of the said thrown appliance. So DontTryThisAtHome if you have a broken appliance.

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Keep in note that throwing broken appliances like TV, video game consoles, laptops, etc out of the window in RealLife may cause injuries or deaths into bystanders and pedestrians or damage vehicles below (along with broken shards of glass that follow); and the thrower of the said appliance may hold be held legally accountable for any injuries and damages because of the said thrown appliance. So DontTryThisAtHome if you have a broken appliance.
20th Jan '17 5:11:22 AM Bissek
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* ''Series/{{Leverage}}'' has an episode where the team's hacker in the van outside is expected to receive a "large file transfer." Cue an entire filing cabinet full of hard-copied data being thrown out the window.

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* ''Series/{{Leverage}}'' ''Series/{{AgentsOfShield}}'' has an episode where the team's hacker in the van outside is expected told to get ready to receive a "large file transfer." Cue an entire filing cabinet full of hard-copied data being thrown out the window.
5th Jan '17 8:43:36 AM IAmNotAFunguy
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* A commercial for a weight loss supplement features a woman throwing her radio out the window when she hears it say that women are more likely to gain unneeded weight. The radio while flying tell her to eat right and exercise as well as drink the advertised supplement. She is then showing pulling it back in by the cord saying "Now you tell me!"

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* A commercial for a weight loss supplement features a woman throwing her radio out the window when she hears it say that women are more likely to gain unneeded weight. The radio while flying tell tells her to eat right and exercise as well as drink the advertised supplement. She is then showing pulling it back in by the cord saying "Now you tell me!"
5th Jan '17 8:43:02 AM IAmNotAFunguy
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* A commercial for a weight loss supplement features a woman throwing her radio out the window when she hears it say that women are more likely to gain unneeded weight. The radio while flying tell her to eat right and exercise as well as drink the advertised supplement. She is then showing pulling it back in by the cord saying "Now you tell me!"
13th Nov '16 7:25:15 PM MoPete
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** Alice is prone to this. A lot.

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** Alice is prone to this. A lot. Some examples include [[http://dilbert.com/strip/1998-06-04 "Code Rage"]] and [[http://dilbert.com/strip/2001-05-05 "Try rebooting your computer"]].
16th Sep '16 3:26:46 PM john_e
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* A 1980s advertisement for Amstrad wordprocessors showed now-obsolete typewriters being thrown from office windows into a skip.
3rd Sep '16 12:09:47 AM KidDynamite
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--> Mike: That I did not expect.
* The short-lived UPN show, ''The Watcher'' (an anthology show hosted by Sir Mix-A-Lot) had an episode with a band called Pandemonium (played by the members of Cheap Trick) doing a run of shows in Las Vegas. The singer complained that the other band members had gone soft, unable to party down like they used to, and vowed to replace them all with other musicians. To show they could still "live it up", the other band members threw a TV out the window - only for it to land on the singer!

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--> Mike: '''Mike''': That I did not expect.
* The short-lived UPN show, ''The Watcher'' (an anthology show hosted by Sir Mix-A-Lot) had an episode with a band called Pandemonium (played by the members of Cheap Trick) Music/CheapTrick) doing a run of shows in Las Vegas. The singer complained that the other band members had gone soft, unable to party down like they used to, and vowed to replace them all with other musicians. To show they could still "live it up", the other band members threw a TV out the window - only for it to land on the singer!


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** Their docu-biopic, ''The Kids Are Alright'', features a sketch from ''Series/SaturdayNightLive'' where host Creator/SteveMartin extols the virtues of the hotel chain he's advertising, while Keith is destroying the hotel room.
30th Aug '16 3:53:21 AM Morgenthaler
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* ''TheWarAgainstTheChtorr''. The protagonist finds himself imprisoned on a MissingFloor by the mysterious Uncle Ira group. To protest he throws all the furniture out the window.

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* ''TheWarAgainstTheChtorr''.''Literature/TheWarAgainstTheChtorr''. The protagonist finds himself imprisoned on a MissingFloor by the mysterious Uncle Ira group. To protest he throws all the furniture out the window.
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