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21st Sep '16 5:39:56 PM ANTMuddle
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More often than not, the stuff authors look into won't be things the average Joe is is familiar. If it's something particularly [[RealityIsUnrealistic unrealistic]], the audience might just write it off as typical fiction, even though [[AluminumChristmasTrees it actually is a thing]].

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More often than not, the stuff authors look into won't be things with which the average Joe is is familiar. If it's something particularly [[RealityIsUnrealistic unrealistic]], the audience might just write it off as typical fiction, even though [[AluminumChristmasTrees it actually is a thing]].



Compare DoingItForTheArt, NarrativeFiligree (both also about going above and beyond in regards to production quality), LampshadedTheObscureReference.

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Compare DoingItForTheArt, NarrativeFiligree (both also about going above and beyond in regards to production quality), LampshadedTheObscureReference.
LampshadedTheObscureReference, and any ArtisticLicense.
19th Sep '16 12:13:56 AM Twiddler
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-->-- '''GeorgeRRMartin'''

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-->-- '''GeorgeRRMartin'''
'''Creator/GeorgeRRMartin'''
4th Aug '16 5:18:31 PM TimG5
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More often than not, the stuff authors look into won't be things the average Joe is is familiar. If it's something particularly [[RealityIsUnrealistic unrealistic]], the audience might just write it off as typical fiction, even though [[AluminumChristmasTrees it actually is a thing]].
22nd Jun '16 9:47:10 AM supergod
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Contrast CriticalResearchFailure, TheyJustDidntCare, and DanBrowned.

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Contrast CriticalResearchFailure, TheyJustDidntCare, CriticalResearchFailure and DanBrowned.
15th May '16 5:17:17 PM Uncle_Jeff
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This often happens in older, harder SciFi books, wherein the authors try to keep the science as consistent as possible with currently-understood scientific theories. Of course, since ScienceMarchesOn, this may date the book badly.

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This often happens in older, harder [[MohsScaleOfScienceFictionHardness harder]] SciFi books, wherein the authors try to keep the science as consistent as possible with currently-understood scientific theories. Of course, since ScienceMarchesOn, this may date the book badly.



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14th Nov '15 1:54:31 AM IndirectActiveTransport
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* Before acting as a guest commentator for Wrestling/WrestlingSocietyX, Music/{{Pitbull}} made sure to do his homework so as not to come off as lost like previous musical guests.

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* Before acting as a guest commentator for Wrestling/WrestlingSocietyX, Music/{{Pitbull}} made sure to do his some homework so as not to come off as lost like previous musical guests.
14th Nov '15 1:53:49 AM IndirectActiveTransport
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* Brian Alvarez and Vince Verhei of Wrestling/TheWrestlingObserver were former pro wrestlers and Verhei in addition was a sports broadcaster, so they often bring various details to their analysis that would go unnoticed by most marks and in the latter case, even fellow wrestlers.

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* Brian Alvarez and Vince Verhei of Wrestling/TheWrestlingObserver Wrestling/TheWrestlingObserverNewsletter were former pro wrestlers and Verhei in addition was a sports broadcaster, so they often bring various details to their analysis that would go unnoticed by most marks and in the latter case, even fellow wrestlers.



* While Wrestling/RomanReigns did not invent the jumping "Superman punch" strike, he is unique in that he duplicates the movements of Henry Cavill in Film/ManOfSteel as he sets up the move.

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* While Wrestling/RomanReigns did not invent the jumping "Superman punch" strike, he is unique in that he duplicates the movements of Henry Cavill in Film/ManOfSteel ''Film/ManOfSteel'' as he sets up the move.[[/folder]]
14th Nov '15 1:52:21 AM IndirectActiveTransport
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* Before acting as a guest commentator for Wrestling/WrestlingSocietyX, Music/{{Pitbull}} made sure to do his homework so as not to come off as lost like previous musical guests.
* Motor cycle gangs were hardly an original idea for Wrestling/EricBischoff by the time 2012 rolled around but Wrestling/AcesAndEights angle in Wrestling/{{TNA}} was actually based on a real life group, which members of the TNA version such as Wrestling/DLoBrown and Wrestling/TheDudleyBoys would allude to and mention the practices of.
14th Nov '15 1:44:17 AM IndirectActiveTransport
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* Brian Alvarez and Vince Verhei of Wrestling/TheWrestlingObserver were former pro wrestlers and Verhei in addition was a sports broadcaster, so they often bring various details to their analysis that would go unnoticed by most marks and in the latter case, even fellow wrestlers.
14th Nov '15 1:38:02 AM IndirectActiveTransport
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* While Wrestling/RomanReigns did not invent the Superman punch, he is unique in that he duplicates the movements of Henry Cavill in Film/ManOfSteel as he sets up the move.

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* While Wrestling/RomanReigns did not invent the Superman punch, jumping "Superman punch" strike, he is unique in that he duplicates the movements of Henry Cavill in Film/ManOfSteel as he sets up the move.
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