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13th Oct '16 10:41:26 AM Morgenthaler
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* Layla from ''Film/SkyHigh'', asked to demonstrate her powers, claims that the hero/sidekick dichotomy is a false one, but is cut off by Boomer declaring her a sidekick.

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* Layla from ''Film/SkyHigh'', ''Film/SkyHigh2005'', asked to demonstrate her powers, claims that the hero/sidekick dichotomy is a false one, but is cut off by Boomer declaring her a sidekick.
5th Oct '16 8:38:29 AM AgentSkyblueM7
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--> '''Cotton''': No he ain't! ([[Beat inspects Khan]]) He's Laotian, ain't you, Mr. Khan?

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--> '''Cotton''': No he ain't! ([[Beat ([[{{Beat}} inspects Khan]]) He's Laotian, ain't Laotian. Ain't you, Mr. Khan?
5th Oct '16 8:37:36 AM AgentSkyblueM7
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** Even [[RacistGrandpa Cotton]] [[JerkassHasAPoint can get it right]].
--> '''Dale''' (whispering about Khan): He's Japanese.
--> '''Cotton''': No he ain't! ([[Beat inspects Khan]]) He's Laotian, ain't you, Mr. Khan?
17th Sep '16 4:19:22 PM igordebraga
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* Athleticism [[{{GeniusBruiser}}]] vs Intellectualism [[{{BadassBookworm}}]]

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* [[GeniusBruiser Athleticism [[{{GeniusBruiser}}]] ]] vs Intellectualism [[{{BadassBookworm}}]][[BadassBookworm Intellectualism]].
23rd Jul '16 1:59:46 PM TheDoctor1996
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* [[{{Athleticism GeniusBruiser}}]] vs Intellectualism [[{{BadassBookworm}}]]

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* [[{{Athleticism GeniusBruiser}}]] Athleticism [[{{GeniusBruiser}}]] vs Intellectualism [[{{BadassBookworm}}]]
23rd Jul '16 1:58:31 PM TheDoctor1996
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* [[{{Athleticism GeniusBruiser}}]] vs Intellectualism [[{{BadassBookworm}}]]
17th Jul '16 8:12:05 PM Premonition45
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* AppealToIgnorance: Assuming that something is either true or false because it is apparently not proven otherwise.

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* AppealToIgnorance: Assuming Claiming that something is must be either true or false because it is apparently not proven nobody has proved otherwise.
29th Jun '16 11:06:26 PM DastardlyDemolition
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* While on art, [[MoneyDearBoy "Profissionalism"]] or [[DoingItForTheArt "Artistry"]] (the fallacy that you're either "StarvingArtist or SellOut").

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* While on art, [[MoneyDearBoy "Profissionalism"]] "Professionalism"]] or [[DoingItForTheArt "Artistry"]] (the fallacy that you're either "StarvingArtist or SellOut").
9th Jun '16 10:31:12 AM TheAmazingBlachman
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A false dichotomy,[[note]]("Die-cot-uh-me/Dai-cot-ah-mi")[[/note]] also known as either/or reasoning, is when just two options are presented for something when there are actually (many) others. Moreover, the two options presented are rigged to favour one answer. There are two ways of doing this:

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A false dichotomy,[[note]]("Die-cot-uh-me/Dai-cot-ah-mi")[[/note]] also known as either/or reasoning, reasoning or false dilemma, is when just two options are presented for something when there are actually (many) others. Moreover, the two options presented are rigged to favour one answer. There are two ways of doing this:
8th Jun '16 9:49:22 PM luberdot
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* Averted in [[http://mountaincomics.com/comic/mountain-time-374/ this]] ''Webcomic/MountainTime'' comic as the battle cry of the Rally for More Options.

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* Averted in [[http://mountaincomics.com/comic/mountain-time-374/ this]] ''Webcomic/MountainTime'' comic as in the form of the battle cry of the Rally for More Options.
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