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7th Aug '16 11:08:26 AM SeanMurrayI
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** There was also a drug dealer who tried to use a laundromat dryer to dry his pot. It wouldn't have worked anyway, even if a cop hadn't come in.



** There was also a drug dealer who tried to use a laundromat dryer to dry his pot. It wouldn't have worked anyway, even if a cop hadn't come in.
7th Aug '16 10:16:49 AM ZarbiNerada
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** At LAX Airport, a thief picked the pocket of a Marine off to a tour of duty at Okinawa, but didn't ask where the Marine was coming or going, and certainly didn't count on him having already changed his money.
--->'''Malloy''': Last I checked, three hundred dollars in Japanese yen spends pretty tough in Chicago.
** There was also a drug dealer who tried to use a laundromat dryer to dry his pot. It wouldn't have worked anyway, even if a cop hadn't come in.
5th Aug '16 7:11:57 AM SeanMurrayI
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5th Aug '16 7:10:56 AM SeanMurrayI
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This trope is TruthInTelevision, [[Administrivia/NoRealLifeExamplesPlease and saying that is enough]].

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This trope is TruthInTelevision, [[Administrivia/NoRealLifeExamplesPlease and saying that is enough]].

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4th Aug '16 11:31:00 PM __Vano
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This trope is TruthInTelevision, [[Administrivia/NoRealLifeExamplesPlease and saying that is enough]].
26th Jul '16 10:01:22 PM SeanMurrayI
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** Turned on its head in their adaptation of ''Literature/NoCountryForOldMen'', where the protagonists make many stupid and rash decisions, or are simply unable to cope in the face of a terrifyingly competent and [[ImplacableMan relentless assassin.]]
26th Jul '16 5:01:18 PM Ferot_Dreadnaught
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** Turned on its head in their adaptation of ''Literature/NoCountryForOldMen'', where the protagonists make many stupid and rash decisions, or are simply unable to cope in the face of a [[DangerouslyGenreSavvy terrifyingly competent]] and [[ImplacableMan relentless assassin.]]

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** Turned on its head in their adaptation of ''Literature/NoCountryForOldMen'', where the protagonists make many stupid and rash decisions, or are simply unable to cope in the face of a [[DangerouslyGenreSavvy terrifyingly competent]] competent and [[ImplacableMan relentless assassin.]]
13th Jul '16 5:44:54 AM SeanMurrayI
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* ''ComicBook/SinCity'' rarely has comic relief but when it does, it usually comes in the form of Shlubb and Klump who are bumbling criminals who do "dirty jobs" for the mob. A lot of their humor comes from their dialogue which inspired the trope DelusionsOfEloquence, which started off named after the duo before being renamed.

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* ''ComicBook/SinCity'' rarely has comic relief but when it does, it usually comes in the form of Shlubb and Klump who are bumbling criminals who do "dirty jobs" for the mob. A lot of their humor comes from their dialogue which inspired the trope DelusionsOfEloquence, which started off named after the duo before being renamed.
13th Jul '16 2:46:00 AM Medinoc
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* ''ComicBook/SinCity'' rarely has comic relief but when it does, it usually comes in the form of Shlubb and Klump who are bumbling criminals who do "dirty jobs" for the mob. A lot of their humor comes from their dialogue which inspired the trope DelusionsOfEloquence.

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* ''ComicBook/SinCity'' rarely has comic relief but when it does, it usually comes in the form of Shlubb and Klump who are bumbling criminals who do "dirty jobs" for the mob. A lot of their humor comes from their dialogue which inspired the trope DelusionsOfEloquence.DelusionsOfEloquence, which started off named after the duo before being renamed.
8th Jul '16 1:39:12 PM SeanMurrayI
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* Ed Wuncler III and Gin Rummy from ''WesternAnimation/TheBoondocks''. They'll rob a bank and forget to ask for money, they try to get past a heavily secured area by going through the back door (without checking to see if there's security there too), and generally just run around guns ablazing without any sense of purpose. They're just lucky that Ed's grandfather [[DirtyCop owns the police]]. And, to his utter annoyance, the places those two idiots keep robbing.

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* Ed Wuncler III and Gin Rummy from ''WesternAnimation/TheBoondocks''. They'll rob a bank and forget to ask for money, they try to get past a heavily secured area by going through the back door (without checking to see if there's security there too), and generally just run around guns ablazing without any sense of purpose. They're just lucky that Ed's grandfather [[DirtyCop owns the police]]. And, police]] (and, to his utter annoyance, the places those two idiots they keep robbing.robbing).
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