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9th Aug '17 6:29:00 PM nombretomado
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* In the "Discovery" mod for ''{{Freelancer}}'', in a server, opening up the chat box and typing "N/0" where N can be any number results in your spaceship spontaneously exploding, and the console messaging stating you have died due to "dividing by zero".

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* In the "Discovery" mod for ''{{Freelancer}}'', ''VideoGame/{{Freelancer}}'', in a server, opening up the chat box and typing "N/0" where N can be any number results in your spaceship spontaneously exploding, and the console messaging stating you have died due to "dividing by zero".
7th Aug '17 6:15:31 PM MooG
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* In ''TabletopGame/{{Diplomacy}}'' each player submits orders for their units. The orders all the players have written are then compared to see which ones succeed and which fail. This can lead to a paradox of the form: If A works, B fails; If B fails C works; if C works A fails. But if A fails, B works and C fails. But if C fails, A works... etc etc. Luckily the game isn't often played by robots so heads rarely explode over the problem.
7th Aug '17 5:07:09 PM Malady
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* Most of [[http://clientsfromhell.net/ these.]]
* Website/{{Starwalker}}: The implications of the StableTimeLoop act as this for Starwalker (aka Starry). This leads to a HeroicBSOD.

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* Most of the stories from [[http://clientsfromhell.net/ these.]]
Clients from Hell]].
* Website/{{Starwalker}}: ''Literature/{{Starwalker}}'': The implications of the StableTimeLoop act as this for Starwalker (aka Starry). This leads to a HeroicBSOD.
2nd Aug '17 12:43:50 PM kyojikasshu
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* "This page intentionally left blank"blank." Though it typically only shows up in documents with some form of legal standing (e.g. contracts, proposals), and its purpose is to ensure that a blank page is not actually a ''missing'' (unprinted) page.
1st Aug '17 2:09:01 PM shokoshu
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* Incomplete bomb (like the Crete of which it's a variant) by German singer Heinz-Rudolf Kunze: "Trau keinem Sänger" (Never trust a singer).
29th Jul '17 10:50:20 PM Yuihime
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* One chapter of ''Sideways Arithmetic from Literature/WaysideSchool'' deals entirely with tricky True/False puzzles. At the end of the chapter, one student brags that these were far too easy for her, so Mrs. Jewls offers her an "extra credit" assignment consisting of two statements: "The next statement is true. The previous statement is false." [[BrickJoke At the end of the book, she's still trying to figure it out]]. (The Answers section helpfully explains that it is a paradox, so readers are not expected to solve it.)

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* One chapter of ''Sideways Arithmetic from Literature/WaysideSchool'' deals entirely with tricky True/False puzzles. At the end of the chapter, one student Joy brags that these were are far too easy for her, so Mrs. Jewls offers gives her an "extra credit" "[[CoolAndUnusualPunishment extra credit]]" assignment consisting of two statements: "The next statement is true. The previous statement is false." [[BrickJoke At the end of the book, chapter, she's still trying to figure it out]]. (The Answers section helpfully explains that it is a paradox, so readers are not expected to solve it.)
29th Jul '17 10:44:14 PM Yuihime
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* One chapter of ''Sideways Arithmetic from Wayside School'' deals entirely with tricky True/False puzzles. At the end of the chapter, one student brags that these were far too easy for her, so Mrs. Jewls offers her an "extra credit" assignment consisting of two statements: "The next statement is true. The previous statement is false." [[BrickJoke At the end of the book, she's still trying to figure it out]]. (The Answers section helpfully explains that it is a paradox, so readers are not expected to solve it.)

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* One chapter of ''Sideways Arithmetic from Wayside School'' Literature/WaysideSchool'' deals entirely with tricky True/False puzzles. At the end of the chapter, one student brags that these were far too easy for her, so Mrs. Jewls offers her an "extra credit" assignment consisting of two statements: "The next statement is true. The previous statement is false." [[BrickJoke At the end of the book, she's still trying to figure it out]]. (The Answers section helpfully explains that it is a paradox, so readers are not expected to solve it.)
29th Jul '17 10:43:26 PM Yuihime
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* One chapter of ''Sideways Arithmetic from Wayside School'' deals entirely with tricky True/False puzzles. At the end of the chapter, one student brags that these were far too easy for her, so Mrs. Jewls offers her an "extra credit" assignment consisting of two statements: "The next statement is true. The previous statement is false." [[BrickJoke At the end of the book, she's still trying to figure it out]]. (The Answers section helpfully explains that it is a paradox, so readers are not expected to solve it.)
27th Jul '17 6:04:33 AM shokoshu
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* Lloyd Cole uses a classic in "Opposites Day":
-->You should know better than believe
-->A single word I say
-->The next line is the truth
-->The last line was a lie
18th Jul '17 2:25:48 PM shokoshu
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* "What if {{Pinocchio}} said 'My nose will grow ?'" ([[MemeticMutation Philosoraptor]])
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