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6th Jun '17 9:09:27 AM Morgenthaler
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** The same T-shirt appeared in a ''CharbyTheVampirate'' page involving Victor's younger brother.

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** The same T-shirt appeared in a ''CharbyTheVampirate'' ''Webcomic/CharbyTheVampirate'' page involving Victor's younger brother.
23rd Mar '17 10:39:20 PM JulianLapostat
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* Creator/KarlMarx's personal motto was "De omnibus dubitandum" which is Latin for "Doubt everything". This was widely known and followed by communists of all persuasions and variants, who never once thought about doubting themselves or doubting Marx.


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4th Feb '17 7:31:49 AM Caliburn_Absolute
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30th Oct '16 9:46:46 AM nombretomado
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* ''{{GURPS}} Illuminati'': "Never believe in conspiracy theories - they are all a plot from the intelligentsia, to stop you from finding the truth!"

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* ''{{GURPS}} ''TabletopGame/{{GURPS}} Illuminati'': "Never believe in conspiracy theories - they are all a plot from the intelligentsia, to stop you from finding the truth!"



** Which leads some to the logical conclusion that conspiracy theorists are part of a ViralMarketing [[TheConspiracy government conspiracy to cause this effect on people]]. As expressed on the cover of {{GURPS}} Illuminati: "Never believe in conspiracy theories - they are all a plot from the intelligentsia, to stop you from finding the truth!"

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** Which leads some to the logical conclusion that conspiracy theorists are part of a ViralMarketing [[TheConspiracy government conspiracy to cause this effect on people]]. As expressed on the cover of {{GURPS}} Illuminati: ''TabletopGame/{{GURPS}} Illuminati'': "Never believe in conspiracy theories - they are all a plot from the intelligentsia, to stop you from finding the truth!"
12th Sep '16 7:36:21 AM szielins
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** An example would be in the [[Literature/SwordOfTruth novels of Terry Goodkind]], where the main character effectively ends up as a benevolent capitalist dictator, the series having explored the weaknesses of all other forms of government. The last chapter of the series features that character ''ordering his followers'', ironically enough, to no longer do the devotion, a ritual that has over time turned the heads of his family into objects of a cult of personality.

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** * An example would be in the [[Literature/SwordOfTruth novels of Terry Goodkind]], where the main character effectively ends up as a benevolent capitalist dictator, the series having explored the weaknesses of all other forms of government. The last chapter of the series features that character ''ordering his followers'', ironically enough, to no longer do the devotion, a ritual that has over time turned the heads of his family into objects of a cult of personality.
11th Jun '16 3:45:51 PM nombretomado
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** An example would be in the [[SwordOfTruth novels of Terry Goodkind]], where the main character effectively ends up as a benevolent capitalist dictator, the series having explored the weaknesses of all other forms of government. The last chapter of the series features that character ''ordering his followers'', ironically enough, to no longer do the devotion, a ritual that has over time turned the heads of his family into objects of a cult of personality.

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** An example would be in the [[SwordOfTruth [[Literature/SwordOfTruth novels of Terry Goodkind]], where the main character effectively ends up as a benevolent capitalist dictator, the series having explored the weaknesses of all other forms of government. The last chapter of the series features that character ''ordering his followers'', ironically enough, to no longer do the devotion, a ritual that has over time turned the heads of his family into objects of a cult of personality.
14th Jan '16 4:57:44 AM WillBGood
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* ''Film/DeadPoetsSociety'': Don't do what grown-ups like me tell you! Let's all be individuals... together!

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* ''Film/DeadPoetsSociety'': Don't do what grown-ups like me tell you! Let's all be individuals... together!together! Given [[BlitheSpirit who's]] saying it, though, it should be read as tongue-in-cheek.
14th Dec '15 1:31:33 PM FF32
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Can also be a FamilyUnfriendlyAesop, if the author's intent was obviously to send the message, "Don't blindly obey anybody -- [[{{Hypocrite}} except me.]]" This can especially be the case when the [[AuthorOnBoard author is trying to convince the audience to take up particular political causes]]; see the Real Life example of conspiracy theorists below for how that can turn out badly.

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Can also be a FamilyUnfriendlyAesop, if the author's intent was obviously to send the message, "Don't blindly obey anybody -- [[{{Hypocrite}} except me.]]" This can especially be the case when the [[AuthorOnBoard [[WriterOnBoard author is trying to convince the audience to take up particular political causes]]; see the Real Life example of conspiracy theorists below for how that can turn out badly.
23rd Nov '15 12:13:12 PM DastardlyDemolition
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* Music/{{Tool}} was well known for tricking concerts goers into saying stupid things like the above Scrubs example.

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* Music/{{Tool}} was well known for tricking concerts concert goers into saying stupid things like the above Scrubs example.
29th Sep '15 4:26:26 AM Eilevgmyhren
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* Discussed in ''Literature/SophiesWorld'' in the chapter concerning Hegelian philosophy. The example is of an obedient daughter who does everything she is told, until her mother has it and aks her daughter to ''not'' be so bloody obedient. She begs her daughter to oppose her, only to get this answer: "Ok, mom". Alternatively, what if the daughter turned on her mother and opposed her by saying "but I ''want'' to obey you!" LogicBomb?
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