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22nd Sep '16 12:44:55 AM ADrago
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* Go ahead and say that VideoGame/{{Apollo|JusticeAceAttorney}} is better than Phoenix on a ''Franchise/AceAttorney'' forum. Or the other way around for that matter. You'll get a front seat to a flame war between Phoenix and Apollo fans.

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Go ahead and say that VideoGame/{{Apollo|JusticeAceAttorney}} is better than Phoenix on a ''Franchise/AceAttorney'' forum. Or the other way around for that matter. You'll get a front seat to a flame war between Phoenix and Apollo fans.



** Don't go onto a forum and say you did not find the last cases of the games (1-5 (or 1-4), 2-4, 3-5, 4-4, and 5-5) to be that great. People will kill you, except ''maybe'' 4-4... unless you managed to gain the attention of an Apollo Fan.

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** Don't go onto a forum and say you did not find the last cases of the games (1-5 (or 1-4), 2-4, 3-5, 4-4, 5-5, and 5-5) 6-5) to be that great. People will kill you, except ''maybe'' 4-4... unless you managed to gain the attention of an Apollo Fan.
22nd Sep '16 12:29:09 AM KeithM
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** Claiming that Columbus discovered the Americas should result in people pointing out that the Americas were already inhabited when he arrived, and even if they're only counting Europeans finding the place, the Norse unquestionably beat him by about 500 years and there's some evidence Basque, Portuguese and English fisherman were operating out of Newfoundland before his trip.
22nd Sep '16 12:11:38 AM KeithM
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* Some people insist that referring to only citizens of the United States as "Americans" is wrong because people living in other nations in North and South America could be referred to as "Americans" as well. Just don't try to make that argument ''to'' people from said aforementioned countries, such as Canada.
19th Sep '16 11:35:53 AM MachineLearner
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** Calling a [[UsefulNotes/AppleMacintosh Mac]] a "MAC" will earn you the ire of Apple fans and network engineers.[[note]] The Mac, short for Macintosh (or used to be at least), is a brand of computer. A [=McIntosh=] is a variety of apple, not a variety of Apple (though it is a variety of expensive audio gear). The pun is intentional, but the distinction is important. A MAC (media access control) is part of a network interface, or a store where that sells makeup.[[/note]] Same with calling the iPod "IPOD," "I-POD," or "Ipod."

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** Calling a [[UsefulNotes/AppleMacintosh Mac]] a "MAC" will earn you the ire of Apple fans and network engineers.[[note]] The Mac, short for Macintosh (or used to be at least), is a brand of computer. A [=McIntosh=] is a variety of apple, not a variety of Apple (though it is a variety of expensive audio gear). The pun is intentional, but the distinction is important. A MAC (media access control) is part of a network interface, or a store where that sells makeup.[[/note]] Same with calling the iPod "IPOD," "I-POD," or "Ipod."
19th Sep '16 11:34:04 AM MachineLearner
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** Calling a [[UsefulNotes/AppleMacintosh Mac]] a "MAC" will earn you the ire of Apple fans and network engineers.[[note]] The Mac, short for Macintosh (or used to be at least), is a brand of computer. A [=McIntosh=] is a variety of apple, not a variety of Apple (though it is a variety of expensive audio gear). The pun is intentional, but the distinction is important. A MAC (media access control) is part of a network interface (if you're a geek) or a store where high school girls buy overpriced makeup (if you're not).[[/note]] Same with calling the iPod "IPOD," "I-POD," or "Ipod."

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** Calling a [[UsefulNotes/AppleMacintosh Mac]] a "MAC" will earn you the ire of Apple fans and network engineers.[[note]] The Mac, short for Macintosh (or used to be at least), is a brand of computer. A [=McIntosh=] is a variety of apple, not a variety of Apple (though it is a variety of expensive audio gear). The pun is intentional, but the distinction is important. A MAC (media access control) is part of a network interface (if you're a geek) interface, or a store where high school girls buy overpriced makeup (if you're not).that sells makeup.[[/note]] Same with calling the iPod "IPOD," "I-POD," or "Ipod."
14th Sep '16 9:36:57 AM Sunflorazumarill
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** Go ahead and say that you like [[TheScrappy Jar Jar Binks]] or anything positive about him. If you do, in the wise words of Jar Jar, "Yous-a dead-a".
13th Sep '16 4:34:51 PM Ferot_Dreadnaught
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** Also, saying that the prequel trilogy is better than the original trilogy is a good way to end up dead. Saying anything positive about the prequel trilogy is a good way to end up dead.

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** Also, saying that the prequel trilogy is better than the original trilogy is a good way to end up dead. Saying trilogy, or anything positive about the prequel trilogy trilogy, is a good way to end up dead.
13th Sep '16 4:31:44 PM thecarolinabull01
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** Also, saying that the prequel trilogy is better than the original trilogy is a good way to end up dead.

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** Also, saying that the prequel trilogy is better than the original trilogy is a good way to end up dead. Saying anything positive about the prequel trilogy is a good way to end up dead.


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** Saying you like any of the changes made in the Special Edition versions of the Original Trilogy (except maybe ones that correct a SpecialEffectsFailure) is not wise.
12th Sep '16 10:33:30 AM dangerdan97
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** The weapons used by Jedi and Sith in the ''Star Wars'' movies are called ''lightsabers''[[note]]Except for that one time young Anakin refers to to Qui-Gon's saber as a "laser sword"[[/note]], not laser swords, not laser blades, and [[FelonyMisdemeanor certainly not]] "[[SpellMyNameWithAnS lightsabres]]".

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** The weapons used by Jedi and Sith in the ''Star Wars'' movies are called ''lightsabers''[[note]]Except for that one time young Anakin refers to to Qui-Gon's saber as a "laser sword"[[/note]], not laser swords, not laser blades, and [[FelonyMisdemeanor certainly not]] "[[SpellMyNameWithAnS lightsabres]]".[[note]]The end credits for the original trilogy are the only place this spelling "official" occurs[[/note]]
12th Sep '16 9:09:24 AM dangerdan97
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* This sometimes happens regarding ComicBook/LexLuthor's name in Superman media, particularly ''[[WesternAnimation/JusticeLeague Justice League Unlimited]]''. A talk show host interviewing Luthor, who happens to be running for President at the time, pronounces it Luther, while in another episode Superman gets it right by forcing the 'thor' part.

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* This sometimes happens regarding ComicBook/LexLuthor's name in Superman media, particularly ''[[WesternAnimation/JusticeLeague Justice League Unlimited]]''. A talk show host interviewing Luthor, who happens to be running for President at the time, pronounces it Luther, while in another episode Superman gets it right by forcing the 'thor' part. It's also hard to shake Ned Beatty's unforgettable Brooklynite rendition in ''{{Film/Superman}}'', "Mistah Loo-Toah!"
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