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31st Jan '16 5:31:00 AM kikiandlala
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* In Chillingo's ''Modern Command'' for IOS and Android, your counter-terrorist organization battles terrorists and dictators to stop them from conquering the world. Nice...but your group often fights by bombarding the enemy with poison gas and napalm rockets (the best and most advanced missile in the game is a souped-up incendiary warhead) plus you can use the occasional nuclear strike and ion beam satellite. Your group is also conquering the world and one source of income is charging protection money on the countries you liberate
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* In Chillingo's ''Modern Command'' for IOS and Android, your counter-terrorist organization battles terrorists and dictators to stop them from conquering the world. Nice...but your group often fights by bombarding the enemy with poison gas and napalm rockets (the best and most advanced missile in the game is a souped-up has an ionically-charged incendiary warhead) plus you can use the occasional nuclear strike and ion beam satellite. Your group is also conquering the world and one source of income is charging protection money on the countries you liberate
31st Jan '16 5:28:07 AM kikiandlala
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* In Chillingo's ''Modern Command'' for IOS and Android, your counter-terrorist organization battles terrorists and dictators to stop them from conquering the world. Nice...but your group often fights by bombarding the enemy with poison gas and napalm rockets (the best and most advanced missile in the game is a souped-up incendiary warhead) plus you can use the occasional nuclear strike and ion beam satellite. Your group is also conquering the world and one source of income is charging protection money on the countries you liberate
23rd Jan '16 10:38:08 AM Eagal
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Actually, moving to a different trope
* Garnet from ''WesternAnimation/StevenUniverse''. When Pearl deceived her as to her reasons for wanting to fuse she acted like it was a HUGE deal, and was so angry that she actually [[spoiler: de-fused back into Ruby and Sapphire]]. Yet when Lapis Lazuli deceived Jasper as to her reason for wanting to fuse with Jasper, and actively prevented Jasper from breaking the fusion despite Jasper's obvious discomfort, Garnet just dropped a snarky one-liner about it and called it a day.
23rd Jan '16 10:37:41 AM Eagal
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Pearl lies to Garnet: Bad. Lapis lies to Jasper: Something to joke about. Intent of involved parties is irrelevant to Garnet's hypocrisy.
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* Garnet from ''WesternAnimation/StevenUniverse''. When Pearl deceived her as to her reasons for wanting to fuse she acted like it was a HUGE deal, and was so angry that she actually [[spoiler: de-fused back into Ruby and Sapphire]]. Yet when Lapis Lazuli deceived Jasper as to her reason for wanting to fuse with Jasper, and actively prevented Jasper from breaking the fusion despite Jasper's obvious discomfort, Garnet just dropped a snarky one-liner about it and called it a day.
19th Jan '16 10:09:41 AM MagBas
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this not mentions any double standard
* ''Manga/FairyTail'': Mavis giving information on other guild members to Team Fairy Tail in the middle of the final round of the tournament, which can be considered cheating. [[RefugeInAudacity Then again, who's going to believe that a ghost was helping them?]]
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* ''Manga/FairyTail'': Mavis giving information on other guild members to Team Fairy Tail in the middle of the final round of the tournament, which can be considered cheating. [[RefugeInAudacity Then again, who's going to believe that a ghost was helping them?]]
19th Jan '16 5:55:49 AM Prometheus117
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* ''Manga/FairyTail'': Mavis giving information on other guild members to Team Fairy Tail ''in the middle of the final round of the tournament'', which is ''cheating''. Raven Tail was booted out of the Tournament for cheating. Fairy Tail is now chea--NO, they have been cheating since they ignored the "guild members only" rule and snuck [[spoiler:Jellal]] into their team roster.
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* ''Manga/FairyTail'': Mavis giving information on other guild members to Team Fairy Tail ''in in the middle of the final round of the tournament'', tournament, which is ''cheating''. Raven Tail was booted out of the Tournament for can be considered cheating. Fairy Tail is now chea--NO, they have been cheating since they ignored the "guild members only" rule and snuck [[spoiler:Jellal]] into their team roster.[[RefugeInAudacity Then again, who's going to believe that a ghost was helping them?]]
19th Jan '16 12:20:38 AM azul120
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Garnet was angry at Pearl for lying to her. She didn't mind the Lapis Lazuli/Jasper fusion given the intent of the former.
* Garnet from ''WesternAnimation/StevenUniverse''. When Pearl deceived her as to her reasons for wanting to fuse she acted like it was a HUGE deal, and was so angry that she actually [[spoiler: de-fused back into Ruby and Sapphire]]. Yet when Lapis Lazuli deceived Jasper as to her reason for wanting to fuse with Jasper, and actively prevented Jasper from breaking the fusion despite Jasper's obvious discomfort, Garnet just dropped a snarky one-liner about it and called it a day.
14th Jan '16 6:43:34 AM dragondraems
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[[folder:Web Origina]]
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13th Jan '16 7:10:00 PM HeroGal2347
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* In "The Stolen Costume", a season one episode of ''The Adventures of Superman'', two crooks learn that Superman is really Clark Kent. His response: he abducts them and strands them on top of an isolated mountaintop. When they try to climb down, they fall to their deaths. That constitutes kidnapping and murder. There are never any consequences for this; in fact, the whole incident is never mentioned again.
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* In "The Stolen Costume", a season one episode of ''The Adventures of Superman'', ''Series/TheAdventuresOfSuperman'', two crooks learn that Superman is really Clark Kent. His response: he abducts them and strands them on top of an isolated mountaintop. When they try to climb down, they fall to their deaths. That constitutes kidnapping and murder. There are never any consequences for this; in fact, the whole incident is never mentioned again.
9th Jan '16 7:24:04 AM starofjusticev21
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** In ''Series/PowerRangersInSpace,'' the Megazord goes completely medieval on MonsterOfTheWeek Clawhammer, who was attacking them, to be sure... but maybe ripping out his tendrils, kicking him repeatedly in the groin, and throwing him into lava was ''a tad excessive.'' Maybe whatever Clawhammer had done in the SuperSentai episode the fight footage came from was a ''lot'' more evil than his ''Franchise/PowerRangers'' actions of simply being a [[MakeMyMonsterGrow literal]] GiantMook. Even worse, Clawhammer was just a mindless alien predator that didn't even work for [[BigBad Astronema]]. Sure, you could blame Astronema for siccing the creature on the Rangers, but in the end, it was just someone who was dragged into the fight against its will (In the Sentai version the corresponding monster ''was'' created by the main villains, and was killed by being thrown into a volcano because he was made of a metal their weapons couldn't penetrate. The point of the episode was supposed to be about proving the heroes' HumungousMecha needed human pilots who could come up with unique solutions on the fly like that instead of a set of preprogrammed responses that proved fatal when its primary weapons didn't hurt its opponent).
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** In ''Series/PowerRangersInSpace,'' the Megazord goes completely medieval on MonsterOfTheWeek Clawhammer, who was attacking them, to be sure... but maybe ripping out his tendrils, kicking him repeatedly in the groin, and throwing him into lava was ''a tad excessive.'' Maybe whatever Clawhammer had done in the SuperSentai episode the fight footage came from was a ''lot'' more evil than his ''Franchise/PowerRangers'' actions of simply being a [[MakeMyMonsterGrow literal]] GiantMook. Even worse, Clawhammer was just a mindless alien predator that didn't even work for [[BigBad Astronema]]. Sure, you could blame Astronema for siccing the creature on the Rangers, but in the end, it was just someone who was dragged into the fight against its will (In the Sentai version the corresponding monster ''was'' created by the main villains, and was killed by being thrown into a volcano because he was made of a metal their weapons couldn't penetrate. The point of the episode was supposed to be about proving the heroes' HumungousMecha needed human pilots who could come up with unique solutions on the fly like that instead of a set of preprogrammed responses that proved fatal when its primary weapons didn't hurt its opponent).).
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