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23rd Jun '17 6:31:53 AM Josef5678
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* In ''VideoGame/MassEffect2'', whenever Miranda is confronted with Cerberus' horrific acts (the experiments on Jack, the Thresher Maw attack on Akuze, the experiments you encountered in [[VideoGame/MassEffect the first game]], etc.), she will insist those weren't "real Cerberus" or rogue cells. She has a small point in the case of Jack, as we learn those scientists were going rogue about ''something'', but otherwise this is treated as her being in denial about the kinds of things Cerberus has done. [[spoiler:Part of her CharacterDevelopement is overcoming this]].

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* In ''VideoGame/MassEffect2'', whenever Miranda is confronted with Cerberus' Cerberus's horrific acts (the experiments on Jack, the Thresher Maw attack on Akuze, the experiments you encountered in [[VideoGame/MassEffect the first game]], etc.), she will insist those weren't "real Cerberus" or rogue cells. She has a small point in the case of Jack, as we learn those scientists were going rogue about ''something'', but otherwise this is treated as her being in denial about the kinds of things Cerberus has done. [[spoiler:Part of her CharacterDevelopement is overcoming this]].
22nd Jun '17 8:44:57 PM Linda58
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* In ''VideoGame/MassEffect2'', whenever Miranda is confronted with Cerberus' horrific acts (the experiments on Jack, the Thresher Maw attack on Akuze, the experiments you encountered in [[VideoGame/MassEffect the first game]], etc.), she will insist those weren't "real Cerberus" or rogue cells. She has a small point in the case of Jack, as we learn those scientists were going rogue about ''something'', but otherwise this is treated as her being in denial about the kinds of things Cerberus has done. [[spoiler:Part of her CharacterDevelopement is overcoming this]].
16th Jun '17 3:43:38 AM StarTropes
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** Having been raised by TheFederation, Worf sometimes gets this from other Klingons, especially when he does something more human than Klingon.
--> '''Dahar Master Kor:''' Any Klingon who denies himself the Right of Vengeance is no Klingon at all!
30th May '17 4:56:10 AM jormis29
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* The Christian film ''Christian Mingle'', as Hugo and Jake from ''The Bible Reloaded'' pointed out, incurs on this with its protagonist, who is a young woman who starts using the eponymous dating website for Christians. Despite claiming to have been raised as one, been baptized, and believing in Jesus in general, all the other characters treat her as not being a ''true'' Christian because she doesn't go to church or read Literature/TheBible very often and botching a prayer before dinner because she's not accustomed to it. It's even more baffling when the film shows that when creating a profile the dating website does have an option for saying how often one goes to church (including the option "Not at all").

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* The Christian film ''Christian Mingle'', as Hugo and Jake from ''The Bible Reloaded'' ''WebVideo/TheBibleReloaded'' pointed out, incurs on this with its protagonist, who is a young woman who starts using the eponymous dating website for Christians. Despite claiming to have been raised as one, been baptized, and believing in Jesus in general, all the other characters treat her as not being a ''true'' Christian because she doesn't go to church or read Literature/TheBible very often and botching a prayer before dinner because she's not accustomed to it. It's even more baffling when the film shows that when creating a profile the dating website does have an option for saying how often one goes to church (including the option "Not at all").
30th Mar '17 6:07:20 PM Fireblood
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* In Literature/TheBible, John 19:12 has the Jewish leaders shouting to PontiusPilate "If you release this man (Jesus), you are no Friend of Caesar. Anyone who makes himself a king opposes Caesar." Being governor of Judea, Pilate held the title of Friend of Caesar (a status above ordinary subjects), and the Jewish leaders are implying that if Pilate releases Jesus, he's no "true" Friend of Caesar (which makes this trope OlderThanFeudalism).

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* In Literature/TheBible, John 19:12 has the Jewish leaders shouting to PontiusPilate Pontius Pilate "If you release this man (Jesus), you are no Friend of Caesar. Anyone who makes himself a king opposes Caesar." Being governor of Judea, Pilate held the title of Friend of Caesar (a status above ordinary subjects), and the Jewish leaders are implying that if Pilate releases Jesus, he's no "true" Friend of Caesar (which makes this trope OlderThanFeudalism).
30th Mar '17 6:01:50 PM Fireblood
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* The Christian film ''Film/ChristianMingle'', as Hugo and Jake from ''The Bible Reloaded'' pointed out, incurs on this with its protagonist, who is a young woman who starts using the eponymous dating website for Christians. Despite claiming to have been raised as one, been baptized, and believing in Jesus in general, all the other characters treat her as not being a ''true'' Christian because she doesn't go to church or read Literature/TheBible very often and botching a praying before dinner because she's not accustomed to it. It's even more baffling when the film shows that when creating a profile the dating website does have an option for saying how often one goes to church (including the option "Not at all").

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* The Christian film ''Film/ChristianMingle'', ''Christian Mingle'', as Hugo and Jake from ''The Bible Reloaded'' pointed out, incurs on this with its protagonist, who is a young woman who starts using the eponymous dating website for Christians. Despite claiming to have been raised as one, been baptized, and believing in Jesus in general, all the other characters treat her as not being a ''true'' Christian because she doesn't go to church or read Literature/TheBible very often and botching a praying prayer before dinner because she's not accustomed to it. It's even more baffling when the film shows that when creating a profile the dating website does have an option for saying how often one goes to church (including the option "Not at all").
12th Mar '17 6:27:37 AM Josef5678
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* The theme-song of "The Adventures of Ned Flanders", a short at the end of the ''[[WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons Simpsons]]'' episode "The Front":

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* The theme-song of "The Adventures of Ned Flanders", a short at the end of the ''[[WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons Simpsons]]'' ''WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons'' episode "The Front":



''[[WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons Simpsons]]'' fandom and criticism really is really a perfect example if this trope. Many if not most will say that the Simpsons aren't as funny as they used to be, but when pressed when the last good season was some will say it was season twenty, some will say fifteen and some will say six.There are even critics who will argue that the Simpsons was only funny in season two, and Die-hard fans who will all but insist that the Simpsons were never funny to begin with.
11th Mar '17 7:26:20 PM 7disney7
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''[[WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons Simpsons]]'' fandom and criticism really is really a perfect example if this trope. Many if not most will say that the Simpsons aren't as funny as they used to be, but when pressed when the last good season was some will say it was season twenty, some will say fifteen and some will say six.There are even critics who will argue that the Simpsons was only funny in season two, and Die-hard fans who will all but insist that the Simpsons were never funny to begin with.
2nd Jan '17 9:32:12 PM CurledUpWithDakka
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* The Halkans in the ''[[Franchise/StarTrek StarTrek]]'' [[Franchise/StarTrekNovelVerse Novel Verse]] are total pacifists, who insist that there is no violence of any kind in their hearts. As a result of this, anyone capable of violence cannot be truly Halkan, and will be regarded as a non-person.

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* The Halkans in the ''[[Franchise/StarTrek StarTrek]]'' ''Franchise/StarTrek'' [[Franchise/StarTrekNovelVerse Novel Verse]] are total pacifists, who insist that there is no violence of any kind in their hearts. As a result of this, anyone capable of violence cannot be truly Halkan, and will be regarded as a non-person.
19th Dec '16 1:22:07 PM Yukianesa
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* ''TabletopGame/DungeonsAndDragons'' writer and designer Monte Cook wasn't exactly discreet about [[CreatorsPet how much he liked Wizards]] and nor was he discreet about how much he hated Sorcerers, sabotaging the class' rules and abilities for years to keep Wizards top-tier. Another designer, Skip Williams, once went on record for openly saying that he despised the Sorcerer class and thought they were just discount Wizards. This despite the two classes playing in a very similar fashion.[[note]]For the unintiated, both were {{Squishy Wizard}} type casters with similar spell lists, Wizards drew their magic power from years of magical study and so had a wider variety of spells which they collected in ther adventures and jotted down in their spellbooks; Sorcerers got their magic from some natural quirk, maybe exposure to raw magic in an accident or a draconic ancestor going way back, and had fewer spells with more uses and gained new ones every level[[/note]].
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