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24th Mar '17 2:29:50 PM DrFraud
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* Dumbledore uses this in the parody ''[[http://archiveofourown.org/works/3277283 Yet Another Twin]]'' to "prove" that Harry's brother is the Boy-Who-Lived.

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* Dumbledore uses this in the parody CrackFic ''[[http://archiveofourown.org/works/3277283 Yet Another Twin]]'' to "prove" that Harry's brother is the Boy-Who-Lived.
24th Mar '17 2:24:18 PM DrFraud
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* Dumbledore uses this in the parody ''[[http://archiveofourown.org/works/3277283 Yet Another Twin]]'' to "prove" that Harry's brother is the Boy-Who-Lived.
-->'''Dumbledore:''' My reasoning is, Rupert's scar is cross-shaped, cross is a symbol of Christianity, Christians burned witches, there are more Muggleborn witches than Muggleborn wizards, and Voldemort hates Muggleborns. It all makes sense in context.
20th Mar '17 8:39:04 PM Az_Tech341
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* In the ''WesternAnimation/StreetFighter'' cartoon, M. Bison's excuse to Chun-Li for killing her father is a callous example:
-->'''Bison:''' Yes, ''yes'', I killed your father. What ''is'' it with you women anyway? I killed ''my'' father too, and you don't hear ''me'' whining about it!
20th Mar '17 4:38:42 PM LadyJaneGrey
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* In the ''WesternAnimation/StreetFighter'' cartoon, M. Bison's excuse to Chun-Li for killing her father is a callous example:
-->'''Bison:''' Yes, ''yes'', I killed your father. What ''is'' it with you women anyway? I killed ''my'' father too, and you don't hear ''me'' whining about it!
19th Mar '17 6:27:49 PM Az_Tech341
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* Misty in ''Fanfic/CommonSense'' abuses some pretty insane logic to maintain her delusion that Ash isn't as good a trainer as her. She insists he "cheated" by using flying Pokémon against her water Pokémon but in a later match against him uses the ''exact same strategy'' while declaring that it's natural for trainers to use any strategy they can. She also insists Ash's victories against other strong trainers are mere luck despite him clearly using skill and cunning to win. Misty even insists Ash must be getting help from Brock to become as strong as he is despite Brock pointing out that Ash has always trained out in the open and he's the one getting help ''from Ash''.
18th Mar '17 10:37:56 PM TheSinful
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* Misty in ''Fanfic/CommonSense'' abuses some pretty insane logic to maintain her delusion that Ash isn't as good a trainer as her. She insists he "cheated" by using flying Pokémon against her water Pokémon but in a later match against him uses the ''exact same strategy'' while declaring that it's natural for trainers to use any strategy they can. She also insists Ash's victories against other strong trainers are mere luck despite him clearly using skill and cunning to win. Misty even insists Ash must be getting help from Brock to become as strong as he is despite Brock pointing out that Ash has always trained out in the open and he's the one getting help ''from Ash''.
17th Mar '17 12:58:33 PM eroock
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* In "[[Recap/SherlockS01E01AStudyInPink A Study in Pink]]", the first episode of ''Series/{{Sherlock}}'', the killer tells the eponymous detective that he committed no murders and that his victims all committed suicide because he gave them two pills: one poisoned, one not, and forced them at gunpoint to choose one, and every victim chose wrong. In a later episode, Sherlock apparently indulged in this during a game of Cluedo.
-->'''John:''' It's not actually possible for the victim to have done it, Sherlock!
--> '''Sherlock''' It was the only possible solution!
--> '''John:''' It's not in the ''rules!''
--> '''Sherlock:''' Well then the rules are ''wrong!''
12th Mar '17 2:21:27 PM Az_Tech341
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* In ''[[https://www.fanfiction.net/s/11803928/2/Challenger Challenger]]'', Samurai blames Ash for Ash's Sandile breaking his katana even after Ash points out that he was pointing said katana at his neck and Samurai was lucky not to lose a hand. During their battle Samurai also [[{{Scrub}} complains about Ash's "dishonorable tactics" of using Dig to dodge his Pinsir's attack then hitting it with a super effective move]].
12th Mar '17 12:38:48 AM TheSinful
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* In ''[[https://www.fanfiction.net/s/11803928/2/Challenger Challenger]]'', Samurai blames Ash for Ash's Sandile breaking his katana even after Ash points out that he was pointing said katana at his neck and Samurai was lucky not to lose a hand. During their battle Samurai also [[{{Scrub}} complains about Ash's "dishonorable tactics" of using Dig to dodge his Pinsir's attack then hitting it with a super effective move]].
10th Mar '17 1:27:30 PM Az_Tech341
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* ''Series/AgentsOfSHIELD'': Several villains take bizarre leaps in logic to justify their prejudices.
** Senator Nadeer is convinced that Terrigenesis is the next stage of the Chitauri invasion--turning humans into aliens. She ignores the fact that Inhumans have existed for thousands of years, were created by the Kree for an entirely different reason (though, in fairness, [[HumanWeapon not a good reason]]), and that it's not a virus anyway but genetics. Later episodes make it clear that most of this information is available to the public; she's just ignoring it because it doesn't fit her narrative.
** Ivanov thinks Coulson is the reason for all the alien activities on Earth because he was always near the sites. The possibility that Coulson was sent to these events because it was his job as a S.H.I.E.L.D. agent never occurred to him.
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