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18th Jul '16 3:12:36 PM Basara-kun
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* There's a religious and cultural phenomenom in UsefulNotes/{{Chile}} about the [[https://es.wikipedia.org/wiki/Animita "animitas"]], which are little shrines dedicated to some deceased person who died in the street by diverse reasons (car accident, robbery victim, [[KillTheOnesYouLove passional crime]], etc) in where his/her family put an animita in the place he/she died as a kind of LonelyFuneral. Sometimes, the people pray some of them and then [[ClapYourHandsIfYouBelieve some miracles happen]], there're few animitas in Chile that are venerated and are so famous as churchs because of this.

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* There's a religious and cultural phenomenom in UsefulNotes/{{Chile}} about the [[https://es.wikipedia.org/wiki/Animita "animitas"]], which are little shrines dedicated to some deceased person who died in the street by diverse reasons (car accident, robbery victim, [[KillTheOnesYouLove passional crime]], etc) in where [[GraveMarkingScene his/her family put an animita in the place he/she died died]] as a kind of LonelyFuneral. Sometimes, the people pray some of them and then [[ClapYourHandsIfYouBelieve some miracles happen]], there're few animitas in Chile that are venerated and are so famous as churchs because of this.
18th Jul '16 3:10:00 PM Basara-kun
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* There's a religious and cultural phenomenom in UsefulNotes/{{Chile}} about the [[https://es.wikipedia.org/wiki/Animita "animitas"]], which are little shrines dedicated to some deceased person who died in the street by diverse reasons (car accident, robbery victim, [[KillTheOnesYouLove passional crime]], etc) in where his/her family put an animita in the place he/she died as a kind of LonelyFuneral. Sometimes, the people pray some of them and then [[ClapYourHandsIfYouBelieve some miracles happen]], there're few animitas in Chile that are venerated and are so famous as churchs because of this.
16th Feb '16 12:40:48 PM Premonition45
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* During the tribute to Music/{{Motorhead}} frontman Ian "Lemmy" Kilmeister at the 2016 Grammy Awards, a spotlight was placed on a setpiece showcasing [[IconicItem his signature bass guitar and amp, as well has his boots and hat]].
16th Feb '16 4:48:31 AM Clare
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** The Classic Series plays with the preserved room version of this trope. In the Fifth Doctor story "Terminus", it is revealed that Adric's room on the TARDIS has been untouched since his death at the end of "Earthshock", indicatting that the Doctor has been unable to bring himself to jettison the room or at least put it to another use. However, when Tegan is asked to find sleeping quarters for new companion Vislor Turlough, she shows him to Adric's old room, suggesting that she is trying to remove painful reminders of Adric from the TARDIS.

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** The Classic Series plays with the preserved room version of this trope. In the Fifth Doctor story "Terminus", it is revealed that Adric's room on the TARDIS has been untouched since his death at the end of "Earthshock", indicatting indicating that the Doctor has been unable to bring himself to jettison the room or at least put it to another use. However, when Tegan is asked to find sleeping quarters for new companion Vislor Turlough, she shows him to Adric's old room, suggesting that she is trying to remove painful reminders of Adric from the TARDIS.
16th Feb '16 4:47:21 AM Clare
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** The Classic Series plays with the preserved room version of this trope. In the Fifth Doctor story "Terminus", it is revealed that Adric's room on the TARDIS has been untouched since his death at the end of "Earthshock", suggesting that the Doctor has been unable to bring himself to jettison the room or at least put it to another use. However, when Tegan is asked to find sleeping quarters for new companion Vislor Turlough, she shows him to Adric's old room, implying that she is trying to remove painful reminders of Adric from the TARDIS.

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** The Classic Series plays with the preserved room version of this trope. In the Fifth Doctor story "Terminus", it is revealed that Adric's room on the TARDIS has been untouched since his death at the end of "Earthshock", suggesting indicatting that the Doctor has been unable to bring himself to jettison the room or at least put it to another use. However, when Tegan is asked to find sleeping quarters for new companion Vislor Turlough, she shows him to Adric's old room, implying suggesting that she is trying to remove painful reminders of Adric from the TARDIS.
15th Feb '16 6:45:54 AM Clare
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** The Classic Series plays with the preserved room version of this trope. In the Fifth Doctor story "Terminus", it is revealed that Adric's room on the TARDIS has been untouched since his death at the end of "Earthshock", suggesting that the Doctor has been unable to bring himself to jettison the room or at least put it to another use. However, when Tegan is asked to find sleeping quarters for new companion Vislor Turlough, she shows him to Adric's old room, implying that she is trying to remove painful reminders of Adric from the TARDIS.
10th Feb '16 9:33:37 PM jormis29
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** In the sequal "VideoGame/XCOM2", there's a entire bar with a picture wall for this purpose, with each [[RedshirtArmy fallen soldier]] getting their own photo.

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** In the sequal "VideoGame/XCOM2", ''VideoGame/XCOM2'', there's a entire bar with a picture wall for this purpose, with each [[RedshirtArmy fallen soldier]] getting their own photo.
6th Feb '16 4:26:31 PM JackSmythe
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** In the sequal "VideoGame/XCOM2", there's a entire bar with a picture wall for this purpose, with each [[RedshirtArmy fallen soldier]] getting their own photo.
19th Jan '16 8:13:46 AM SteveMB
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Compare and contrast StalkerShrine in which this idea takes on a much more sinister note, and ShrineToSelf when you just love yourself that much. Compare TheDeadHaveNames, another way to commemorate the fallen, and GraveMarkingScene, in which the deceased's final resting place is treated as a shrine.

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Compare and contrast StalkerShrine in which this idea takes on a much more sinister note, and ShrineToSelf when you just love yourself that much. Compare TheDeadHaveNames, another way to commemorate the fallen, and GraveMarkingScene, in which the deceased's final resting place is visited and treated as a shrine.
19th Jan '16 8:13:00 AM SteveMB
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Compare and contrast StalkerShrine in which this idea takes on a much more sinister note, and ShrineToSelf when you just love yourself that much. Compare TheDeadHaveNames, another way to commemorate the fallen.

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Compare and contrast StalkerShrine in which this idea takes on a much more sinister note, and ShrineToSelf when you just love yourself that much. Compare TheDeadHaveNames, another way to commemorate the fallen.
fallen, and GraveMarkingScene, in which the deceased's final resting place is treated as a shrine.
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