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6th Jul '16 3:29:29 PM margdean56
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* In ''l'épée de cistal'', there is one that is also a "stock exchange of sins": the minions shouts the name of one of the seven DeadlySins, and by that mean influence people all around the would to commit those sins.

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* In ''l'épée de cistal'', there is one that is also a "stock exchange of sins": the minions shouts shout the name of one of the seven DeadlySins, and by that mean means influence people all around the would to commit those sins.
4th Jul '16 5:34:35 AM Morgenthaler
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* Qibbu's Hut from the ''StarWars'' RepublicCommandoSeries of books.

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* Qibbu's Hut from the ''StarWars'' RepublicCommandoSeries ''Literature/RepublicCommandoSeries'' of books.
11th Jun '16 11:00:33 AM Morgenthaler
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* In the ''IncarnationsOfImmortality'' book "Being a Green Mother," we find that Satan runs Mock Hell, where all types of sin can be indulged in, for "merely" a percentage of evil on your soul. Of course, when you get over 50%, you go to Hell for real. And it's no picnic. Of course, Satan being Satan, the pleasures [[spoiler:aren't real]], but the evil on the soul is.

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* In the ''IncarnationsOfImmortality'' ''Literature/IncarnationsOfImmortality'' book "Being a Green Mother," we find that Satan runs Mock Hell, where all types of sin can be indulged in, for "merely" a percentage of evil on your soul. Of course, when you get over 50%, you go to Hell for real. And it's no picnic. Of course, Satan being Satan, the pleasures [[spoiler:aren't real]], but the evil on the soul is.
17th May '16 2:17:03 PM Willbyr
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* Babel Tower from the beginning of the second season of ''CodeGeass''. Gambling, blood-sports, waitresses in bunny-girl outfit... and particularly rich and influential guests could indulge in 'rabbit-hunts'. It's never specified exactly what that means for the caught 'bunnies', but one can make reasonable guesses. Unfortunately for one mafia-boss, however, he happened to catch a KillerRabbit...
* The Amazon Trio of Anime/SailorMoon Super S has a more subdued example in the form of a bar with a lone saxophone playing to lounge in-between missions.

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* Babel Tower from the beginning of the second season of ''CodeGeass''.''Anime/CodeGeass''. Gambling, blood-sports, waitresses in bunny-girl outfit... and particularly rich and influential guests could indulge in 'rabbit-hunts'. It's never specified exactly what that means for the caught 'bunnies', but one can make reasonable guesses. Unfortunately for one mafia-boss, however, he happened to catch a KillerRabbit...
* The Amazon Trio of Anime/SailorMoon ''Anime/SailorMoon Super S S'' has a more subdued example in the form of a bar with a lone saxophone playing to lounge in-between missions.
2nd May '16 10:52:30 AM aye_amber
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* On each studio-album-proper, Music/JoyDivision had a song describing one: "Day of the Lords" on ''Music/UnknownPleasures'', and "Atrocity Exhibition" on ''Music/{{Closer}}'' (the latter's title is a ShoutOut to Creator/JGBallard).

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* On each studio-album-proper, Music/JoyDivision had a song describing one: "Day of the Lords" on ''Music/UnknownPleasures'', and "Atrocity Exhibition" on ''Music/{{Closer}}'' (the latter's title is a ShoutOut to Creator/JGBallard).''J. G. Ballard'').



23rd Apr '16 11:41:22 PM aye_amber
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* On each studio-album-proper, JoyDivision had a song describing one: "Day of the Lords" on ''Music/UnknownPleasures'', and "Atrocity Exhibition" on ''Music/{{Closer}}'' (the latter's title is a ShoutOut to Creator/JGBallard).

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* On each studio-album-proper, JoyDivision Music/JoyDivision had a song describing one: "Day of the Lords" on ''Music/UnknownPleasures'', and "Atrocity Exhibition" on ''Music/{{Closer}}'' (the latter's title is a ShoutOut to Creator/JGBallard).
11th Mar '16 10:15:31 AM erforce
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* The hideout of the Foot Clan in the 1990 ''Film/TeenageMutantNinjaTurtles'' film contains a room where underage teens smoke and gamble.

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* The hideout of the Foot Clan in the 1990 ''Film/TeenageMutantNinjaTurtles'' film ''Film/TeenageMutantNinjaTurtles1990'' contains a room where underage teens smoke and gamble.
2nd Nov '15 2:41:45 AM StFan
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* Tiberius' mansion in ''Series/IClaudius'' has one of these.
** The historical Tiberius, on the other hand, did not want and did not need one of these: an antisocial prick but [[BunnyEarsLawyer able administrator]], he preferred to spend his time mostly alone in his pleasure palace on the island of Capri, and according to Roman historian Suetonius, "[[ComicBook/CartoonHistoryOfTheUniverse indulging his pedophilic predilections]]" in private. Although later research showed that Tiberius went to Capri mostly because he wanted to hide from assassins and read in peace.

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* Tiberius' mansion in ''Series/IClaudius'' has one of these.
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these. The historical Tiberius, on the other hand, did not want and did not need one of these: an antisocial prick but [[BunnyEarsLawyer able administrator]], he preferred to spend his time mostly alone in his pleasure palace on the island of Capri, and according to Roman historian Suetonius, "[[ComicBook/CartoonHistoryOfTheUniverse "[[ComicBook/TheCartoonHistoryOfTheUniverse indulging his pedophilic predilections]]" in private. Although later research showed that Tiberius went to Capri mostly because he wanted to hide from assassins and read in peace.
9th Sep '15 3:31:27 AM Veanne
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* In ''Literature/TheLettersFromNicodemus'' Herod is throwing a birthday party. [[BibleTimes Yes, that Herod]]. Booze pours like rain and shameless women dance all night long in the Den of Iniquity Herod's palace becomes.
5th Aug '15 12:36:55 PM Prfnoff
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* In EagleHeart, a bizarre bylaw makes it legal to do ''anything'' in the sky. Everything goes, up to and including murder. Naturally, a crime baron sets up a blimp as his base of operations where every type of crime is indulged and encouraged (except smoking, because of the hydrogen)

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* In EagleHeart, ''Series/{{Eagleheart}}'', a bizarre bylaw makes it legal to do ''anything'' in the sky. Everything goes, up to and including murder. Naturally, a crime baron sets up a blimp as his base of operations where every type of crime is indulged and encouraged (except smoking, because of the hydrogen)
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