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27th Feb '16 2:50:47 PM Theriocephalus
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* In {{VideoGame/Minecraft}}, long before you gain access to iron, gold, redstone and diamond (to say nothing of plundering other dimensions for the riches therein,) most tools and structures you build will be composed of wood, stone, and the odd bits of various animals.

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* In {{VideoGame/Minecraft}}, ''{{VideoGame/Minecraft}}'', long before you gain access to iron, gold, redstone and diamond (to say nothing of plundering other dimensions for the riches therein,) therein), most tools and structures you build will be composed of wood, stone, and the odd bits of various animals.
4th Jan '16 8:27:51 PM RAMChYLD
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* One of the things Malaysian villagers tend to craft on the approach of Eid al Fitr are ''bamboo cannons'', made of bamboo and (illegally appropriated or homemade) gunpowder. It's the leading cause of fire and serious injury (often fatal) during the season and is [[BannedInChina supposed to be officially banned in Malaysia]]. However the villagers ignore the law anyway (and due to the proximity of villages from the main towns and cities, law enforcement is often lax) and still make them, and disaster often happens when they're used. This is why TV stations in the country airs depressing [=PSAs=] about the dangers of the weapon during the season.

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* One of the things Malaysian villagers tend to craft on the approach of Eid al Fitr are ''bamboo cannons'', made of bamboo and (illegally appropriated or homemade) gunpowder. It's the leading cause of fire and serious injury (often fatal) during the season and is [[BannedInChina supposed to be officially banned in Malaysia]]. However the villagers ignore the law anyway (and due to the proximity of villages from the main towns and cities, law enforcement is often lax) and still make them, and disaster often happens follows when they're used. This is why TV stations in the country airs depressing [=PSAs=] about the dangers of the weapon during the season.
4th Jan '16 8:24:58 PM RAMChYLD
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* One of the things Malaysian villagers tend to craft on the approach of Eid al Fitr are ''bamboo cannons'', made of bamboo and (illegally appropriated or homemade) gunpowder. It's the leading cause of fire and serious injury (often fatal) during the season and is [[BannedInChina supposed to be officially banned in Malaysia]]. However the villagers ignore the law anyway (and due to the proximity of villages from the main towns and cities, law enforcement is often lax) and still make them, and disaster often happens when they're used. This is why TV stations in the country airs depressing PSAs about the dangers of the weapon during the season.

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* One of the things Malaysian villagers tend to craft on the approach of Eid al Fitr are ''bamboo cannons'', made of bamboo and (illegally appropriated or homemade) gunpowder. It's the leading cause of fire and serious injury (often fatal) during the season and is [[BannedInChina supposed to be officially banned in Malaysia]]. However the villagers ignore the law anyway (and due to the proximity of villages from the main towns and cities, law enforcement is often lax) and still make them, and disaster often happens when they're used. This is why TV stations in the country airs depressing PSAs [=PSAs=] about the dangers of the weapon during the season.
4th Jan '16 8:24:43 PM RAMChYLD
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* One of the things Malaysian villagers tend to craft on the approach of Eid al Fitr are ''bamboo cannons'', made of bamboo and (illegally appropriated or homemade) gunpowder. It's the leading cause of fire and serious injury (often fatal) during the season and is [[BannedInChina supposed to be officially banned in Malaysia]]. However the villagers ignore the law anyway (and due to the proximity of villages from the main towns and cities, law enforcement is often lax) and still make them, and disaster often happens when they're used.

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* One of the things Malaysian villagers tend to craft on the approach of Eid al Fitr are ''bamboo cannons'', made of bamboo and (illegally appropriated or homemade) gunpowder. It's the leading cause of fire and serious injury (often fatal) during the season and is [[BannedInChina supposed to be officially banned in Malaysia]]. However the villagers ignore the law anyway (and due to the proximity of villages from the main towns and cities, law enforcement is often lax) and still make them, and disaster often happens when they're used. This is why TV stations in the country airs depressing PSAs about the dangers of the weapon during the season.
4th Jan '16 8:21:26 PM RAMChYLD
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* One of the things Malaysian villagers tend to craft on the approach of Eid al Fitr are ''bamboo cannons'', made of bamboo and (illegally appropriated or homemade) gunpowder. It's the leading cause of fire and serious injury (often fatal) and is [[BannedInChina supposed to be officially banned in Malaysia]]. However the villagers ignore the law anyway (and due to the proximity of villages from the main towns and cities, law enforcement is often lax) and still make them, and disaster often happens when they're used.

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* One of the things Malaysian villagers tend to craft on the approach of Eid al Fitr are ''bamboo cannons'', made of bamboo and (illegally appropriated or homemade) gunpowder. It's the leading cause of fire and serious injury (often fatal) during the season and is [[BannedInChina supposed to be officially banned in Malaysia]]. However the villagers ignore the law anyway (and due to the proximity of villages from the main towns and cities, law enforcement is often lax) and still make them, and disaster often happens when they're used.
4th Jan '16 8:21:05 PM RAMChYLD
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* One of the things Malaysian villagers tend to craft on the approach of Eid al Fitr are ''bamboo cannons'', made of bamboo and (illegally appropriated) gunpowder. It's the leading cause of fire and serious injury (often fatal) and is [[BannedInChina supposed to be officially banned in Malaysia]]. However the villagers ignore the law anyway (and due to the proximity of villages from the main towns and cities, law enforcement is often lax) and still make them, and disaster often happens when they're used.

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* One of the things Malaysian villagers tend to craft on the approach of Eid al Fitr are ''bamboo cannons'', made of bamboo and (illegally appropriated) appropriated or homemade) gunpowder. It's the leading cause of fire and serious injury (often fatal) and is [[BannedInChina supposed to be officially banned in Malaysia]]. However the villagers ignore the law anyway (and due to the proximity of villages from the main towns and cities, law enforcement is often lax) and still make them, and disaster often happens when they're used.
4th Jan '16 8:19:49 PM RAMChYLD
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* One of the things Malaysian villagers tend to craft on the approach of Eid al Fitr are ''bamboo cannons'', made of bamboo and (illegally appropriated) gunpowder. It's the leading cause of fire and serious injury (often fatal) and is [[BannedInChina officially banned in Malaysia]]. However the villagers ignore the directive anyway and still make them, and disaster often happens when they're used.

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* One of the things Malaysian villagers tend to craft on the approach of Eid al Fitr are ''bamboo cannons'', made of bamboo and (illegally appropriated) gunpowder. It's the leading cause of fire and serious injury (often fatal) and is [[BannedInChina supposed to be officially banned in Malaysia]]. However the villagers ignore the directive law anyway (and due to the proximity of villages from the main towns and cities, law enforcement is often lax) and still make them, and disaster often happens when they're used.
4th Jan '16 8:18:47 PM RAMChYLD
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* One of the things Malaysian villagers tend to craft on the approach of Eid al Fitr are ''bamboo cannons'', made of bamboo and (illegally appropriated) gunpowder. It's the leading cause of fire and serious injury (often fatal) and is [[BannedInChina officially banned in Malaysia]]. However the villagers ignore the directive anyway and still make them, and disaster often happens when they're used.
4th Jan '16 5:11:29 AM luiz4200
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* ''WesternAnimation/DastardlyAndMuttleyInTheirFlyingMachines'': In "Have Plane Will Travel", the General transfers the Vulture Squadron to an island where Klunk makes planes out of whatever they can find.
2nd Jan '16 10:46:13 PM nombretomado
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* In ''SoonIWillBeInvincible'', the prison holding Doctor Impossible at the beginning of the book is reluctant to let him get his hands on anything for fear of this trope. He lampshades it quietly to himself, musing that he really couldn't pull a Gilligan, but maybe if he had some copper wire...

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* In ''SoonIWillBeInvincible'', ''Literature/SoonIWillBeInvincible'', the prison holding Doctor Impossible at the beginning of the book is reluctant to let him get his hands on anything for fear of this trope. He lampshades it quietly to himself, musing that he really couldn't pull a Gilligan, but maybe if he had some copper wire...
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