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7th May '18 5:31:41 PM thatother1dude
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* ''WesternAnimation/StevenUniverse'': {{Lampshaded}} in "The Trial"; Steven's lawyer Zircon points out that it should have been essentially impossible for Rose Quartz to have gotten close enough to Pink Diamond [[spoiler:to shatter her]]. Pink Diamond was surrounded by attendants, including precognitive Sapphires, Agate bodyguards, and her personal Pearl. Moreover, Rose Quartz had been a known public enemy for centuries and all other Rose Quartz gems had been bubbled, so she would have been instantly recognizable. So how could Rose Quartz have possibly gotten close enough to shatter Pink Diamond without ''anygem'' trying to fight her off, or at least sound the alarm? We're given the answer later that seasons: [[spoiler:Pink sent them away herself [[FakingTheDead to fake her own death]].]]

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* ''WesternAnimation/StevenUniverse'': {{Lampshaded}} in "The Trial"; Steven's lawyer Zircon points out that it should have been essentially impossible for Rose Quartz to have gotten close enough to Pink Diamond [[spoiler:to shatter her]]. Pink Diamond was surrounded by attendants, including precognitive Sapphires, Agate bodyguards, and her personal Pearl. Moreover, Rose Quartz had been a known public enemy for centuries and all other Rose Quartz gems had been bubbled, so she would have been instantly recognizable. So how could Rose Quartz have possibly gotten close enough to shatter Pink Diamond without ''anygem'' trying to fight her off, or at least sound the alarm? We're given the answer later that seasons: [[spoiler:Pink sent them away herself sent all of them but her Pearl away [[FakingTheDead to fake her own death]].]]
7th May '18 5:23:45 PM thatother1dude
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* ''WesternAnimation/StevenUniverse'': {{Lampshaded}} in "The Trial"; Steven's lawyer Zircon points out that it should have been essentially impossible for Rose Quartz to have gotten close enough to Pink Diamond [[spoiler:to shatter her]]. Pink Diamond was surrounded by attendants, including precognitive Sapphires, Agate bodyguards, and her personal Pearl. Moreover, Rose Quartz had been a known public enemy for centuries and all other Rose Quartz gems had been bubbled, so she would have been instantly recognizable. So how could Rose Quartz have possibly gotten close enough to shatter Pink Diamond without ''anygem'' trying to fight her off, or at least sound the alarm?

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* ''WesternAnimation/StevenUniverse'': {{Lampshaded}} in "The Trial"; Steven's lawyer Zircon points out that it should have been essentially impossible for Rose Quartz to have gotten close enough to Pink Diamond [[spoiler:to shatter her]]. Pink Diamond was surrounded by attendants, including precognitive Sapphires, Agate bodyguards, and her personal Pearl. Moreover, Rose Quartz had been a known public enemy for centuries and all other Rose Quartz gems had been bubbled, so she would have been instantly recognizable. So how could Rose Quartz have possibly gotten close enough to shatter Pink Diamond without ''anygem'' trying to fight her off, or at least sound the alarm?alarm? We're given the answer later that seasons: [[spoiler:Pink sent them away herself [[FakingTheDead to fake her own death]].]]
29th Apr '18 7:49:30 AM thatother1dude
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* ''WesternAnimation/StevenUniverse'': {{Lampshaded}} in ''The Trial''. Defense Zircon points out that it should have been essentially impossible for Rose Quartz to have gotten close enough to Pink Diamond to shatter her. Pink Diamond was surrounded by attendants, including precognitive Sapphires, Agate bodyguards, and her personal Pearl. Moreover, Rose Quartz had been a known public enemy for centuries and all other Rose Quartz gems had been bubbled, so she would have been instantly recognizable. So how could Rose Quartz have possibly gotten close enough to shatter Pink Diamond without ''anygem'' trying to fight her off, or at least sound the alarm?

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* ''WesternAnimation/StevenUniverse'': {{Lampshaded}} in ''The Trial''. Defense "The Trial"; Steven's lawyer Zircon points out that it should have been essentially impossible for Rose Quartz to have gotten close enough to Pink Diamond to [[spoiler:to shatter her.her]]. Pink Diamond was surrounded by attendants, including precognitive Sapphires, Agate bodyguards, and her personal Pearl. Moreover, Rose Quartz had been a known public enemy for centuries and all other Rose Quartz gems had been bubbled, so she would have been instantly recognizable. So how could Rose Quartz have possibly gotten close enough to shatter Pink Diamond without ''anygem'' trying to fight her off, or at least sound the alarm?
28th Apr '18 8:01:14 PM ReaderAt2046
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* ''WesternAnimation/StevenUniverse'': {{Lampshaded}} in ''The Trial''. Defense Zircon points out that it should have been essentially impossible for Rose Quartz to have gotten close enough to Pink Diamond to shatter her. Pink Diamond was surrounded by attendants, including precognitive Sapphires, Agate bodyguards, and her personal Pearl. Moreover, Rose Quartz had been a known public enemy for centuries and all other Rose Quartz gems had been bubbled, so she would have been instantly recognizable. So how could Rose Quartz have possibly gotten close enough to shatter Pink Diamond without ''anygem'' trying to fight her off, or at least sound the alarm.

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* ''WesternAnimation/StevenUniverse'': {{Lampshaded}} in ''The Trial''. Defense Zircon points out that it should have been essentially impossible for Rose Quartz to have gotten close enough to Pink Diamond to shatter her. Pink Diamond was surrounded by attendants, including precognitive Sapphires, Agate bodyguards, and her personal Pearl. Moreover, Rose Quartz had been a known public enemy for centuries and all other Rose Quartz gems had been bubbled, so she would have been instantly recognizable. So how could Rose Quartz have possibly gotten close enough to shatter Pink Diamond without ''anygem'' trying to fight her off, or at least sound the alarm.alarm?
28th Apr '18 7:59:43 PM ReaderAt2046
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* ''WesternAnimation/StevenUniverse'': {{Lampshaded}} in ''The Trial''. Defense Zircon points out that it should have been essentially impossible for Rose Quartz to have gotten close enough to Pink Diamond to shatter her. Pink Diamond was surrounded by attendants, including precognitive Sapphires, Agate bodyguards, and her personal Pearl. Moreover, Rose Quartz had been a known public enemy for centuries and all other Rose Quartz gems had been bubbled, so she would have been instantly recognizable. So how could Rose Quartz have possibly gotten close enough to shatter Pink Diamond without ''anygem'' trying to fight her off, or at least sound the alarm.
29th Mar '18 9:00:21 PM marcoasalazarm
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* The security of ''Franchise/JurassicPark'' was showcased to be pretty poor in the first novel, but Isla Sorna/"Site B" on ''Literature/TheLostWorld1995'' has it beat in sheer awfulness. The only true measure the place has against human intrusion is its isolation -- when the protagonists have to use a computer in a fashion similar to the previous novel, the system actually allows them to create a new user profile (with full access privileges) after several failed login attempts.


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* The security of ''Franchise/JurassicPark'' was showcased to be pretty poor in the first novel, but Isla Sorna/"Site B" on ''Literature/TheLostWorld1995'' has it beat in sheer awfulness. The only true measure the place has against human intrusion is its isolation -- when the protagonists have to use a computer in a fashion similar to the previous novel, the system actually allows them to create a new user profile (with full access privileges) after several failed login attempts.
29th Mar '18 8:57:11 PM marcoasalazarm
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* The security of ''Franchise/JurassicPark'' was showcased to be pretty poor in the first novel, but Isla Sorna/"Site B" on ''Literature/TheLostWorld1995'' has it beat in sheer awfulness. The only true measure the place has against human intrusion is its isolation -- when the protagonists have to use a computer in a fashion similar to the previous novel, the system actually allows them to create a new user profile (with full access privileges) after several failed login attempts.
29th Mar '18 8:11:37 PM BattleMaster
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* One ''ComicBook/BlackCat'' one-shot featured her breaking into a museum... in order to leave a card advertising her new security consulting business to help them avert this trope.
4th Mar '18 3:31:39 PM nombretomado
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** ''[[StarTrekTheOriginalSeries TOS]]'' was no better. A group of "space hippies" managed to divert the ship by taking out the one guy manning Auxiliary Control.

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** ''[[StarTrekTheOriginalSeries ''[[Series/StarTrekTheOriginalSeries TOS]]'' was no better. A group of "space hippies" managed to divert the ship by taking out the one guy manning Auxiliary Control.
26th Feb '18 2:42:36 PM darkemyst
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* ''Manga/AkagamiNoShirayukihime'': Despite its fortifications, walls and guards the royal castle of Tanbarun has proven wholly incapable of stopping intruders, twice groups of attacking infiltrators made in in, once a group of three made it in to confront the crown prince despite the guards being very much aware of them and being engaged by the small group, and a second time by a group of ''two'' individuals who were able to bypass the guards entirely even though the guards were supposedly aware they were going to try and attack a royal guest.

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* ''Manga/AkagamiNoShirayukihime'': Despite its fortifications, walls and guards the royal castle of Tanbarun has proven wholly incapable of stopping intruders, twice intruders. Twice groups of attacking infiltrators made in in, once a group of three made it in to confront the crown prince despite the guards being very much aware of them and being engaged by the small group, and a second time by a group of ''two'' individuals who were able to bypass the guards entirely even though the guards were supposedly aware they were going to try and attack a royal guest.guest and were on alert.
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