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22nd Aug '16 8:55:04 PM CaptainCrawdad
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** At least, Hitler liked Wagner's music. Many other Nazis found it bland or irritating, or even ideologically suspect.
20th Aug '16 5:21:14 PM PalmerianProfessor
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** At least, Hitler liked Wagner's music. Many other Nazis found it bland or irritating, or even ideologically suspect.
10th Jul '16 12:05:23 PM EdnaWalker
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Compare NationalAnimalStereotypes.
10th Jul '16 12:03:16 PM EdnaWalker
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* A mouse that shows up at the end of the ''WesternAnimation/ScoobyDooWhereAreYou'' episode, "Mystery Mask Mix-Up" to eat Scooby's Scooby Snacks squeaks with a Chinese accent and has almond-shaped eyes.
10th Jul '16 1:30:37 AM TheBuddy26
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Not to be confused with SpaceAmish, SpaceCossacks, SpaceRomans, SpaceElves or actual [[Film/HistoryOfTheWorldPartI JEWS IN]] [[RecycledInSpace SPACE!]]

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Not to be confused with SpaceAmish, SpaceCossacks, SpaceRomans, SpaceElves or actual [[Film/HistoryOfTheWorldPartI JEWS IN]] [[RecycledInSpace SPACE!]]
JEWS]] [[AC:[[RecycledInSpace IN SPACE!]]]]
10th Jul '16 1:28:54 AM TheBuddy26
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Not to be confused with SpaceAmish, SpaceCossacks, SpaceRomans, SpaceElves or actual [[Film/HistoryOfTheWorldPartI JEWS IN SPACE!]]

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Not to be confused with SpaceAmish, SpaceCossacks, SpaceRomans, SpaceElves or actual [[Film/HistoryOfTheWorldPartI JEWS IN IN]] [[RecycledInSpace SPACE!]]
4th Jul '16 10:02:50 PM Ryulong
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** The mer-people in "The [[PunBasedTitle Deep]] South" are based on stereotypes of people in the southeastern U.S. (they live in "The Lost City of [[{{Atlantis}} Atlanta]]"), mainly shown in their exaggerated accents and standard redneck-style behavior. Though justified as they're descended from such people (the Coca-Cola bottling plant sped up evolution a lot).

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** The mer-people in "The [[PunBasedTitle Deep]] South" are based on stereotypes of people in the southeastern U.S. (they live in "The Lost City of [[{{Atlantis}} Atlanta]]"), , mainly shown in their exaggerated accents and standard redneck-style behavior. Though This is justified as they're descended in that they are the descendants of human residents of "The Lost City of [[{{Atlantis}} Atlanta]]", which was removed from such people (the the American mainland and transported offshore to the middle of the Atlantic Ocean until it sank to the bottom of the ocean. When called out on how there's no way that humans could have evolved into mer-people in less than a thousand years, the rapid evolution is blamed on the Coca-Cola bottling plant sped up evolution a lot).plant.
25th Jun '16 9:10:42 AM Dingbot
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* ''Anime/SpaceBattleshipYamat'' originally has the Gamilians fashioned after Europe, the White Comet Empire after America and the Bolans after Soviet Russia. In the reboot Anime/SpaceBattleship2199, Gamilans are so stereotypical German that they even have a space Austria Zalts.

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* ''Anime/SpaceBattleshipYamat'' ''Anime/SpaceBattleshipYamato'' originally has the Gamilians fashioned after Europe, the White Comet Empire after America and the Bolans after Soviet Russia. In the reboot Anime/SpaceBattleship2199, Gamilans are so stereotypical German that they even have a space Austria Zalts.
22nd Jun '16 2:46:01 AM Doug86
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* In Robert Asprin's ''Myth Adventure'' fantasy novels, the race of "deveels" are hard-bargaining master traders and look like traditional red-skinned hoofed devils. When Creator/PhilFoglio adapted the first tome in the series as a comic book, he tossed in a lot of Jewish references and got hit with enough complaints that he (sort of) apologized in a later issue.

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* In Robert Asprin's ''Myth Adventure'' ''Literature/MythAdventures'' fantasy novels, the race of "deveels" are hard-bargaining master traders and look like traditional red-skinned hoofed devils. When Creator/PhilFoglio adapted the first tome in the series as a comic book, he tossed in a lot of Jewish references and got hit with enough complaints that he (sort of) apologized in a later issue.
19th Jun '16 12:25:08 AM LondonKdS
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** "The Creature From the Pit" has the Bandits, who were modelled on a pastiche of Fagin from ''Literature/OliverTwist'' with no concern for how this was going to end up looking.

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** "The Creature From the Pit" has the Bandits, a group of bandits in a HumanAlien society who were modelled on a pastiche of Fagin from ''Literature/OliverTwist'' ''Literature/OliverTwist'', with no concern for how this was going to end up looking.
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