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11th Feb '16 8:42:27 PM Hylarn
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* In Great Britain, professional footballer Ched Evans was found guilty and served a sentence for rape. Released from prison on licence, Evans approached several professional clubs with a view to rebuilding his career. But massive campaigns based on deep public revulsion caused four clubs to drop him. At the time of writing (June 2015) it appears very unlikely that Evans will ever play as a professional footballer again. * Also in June 2015, following another campaign aimed at the club and its principal sponsors, Leicester City have sacked three players - including the manager's son - following a scandal in which Thai sex workers were filmed being sexually and racially abused by the players. As with Evans, other clubs appear very wary of hiring the disgraced players. [[note]]As with many English Premiership clubs, Leicester have a following in the Far East. The racial and sexual abuse of Thai women occured on a club tour of Thailand. The Thai government and football authority have both expressed unhappiness that guests on a supposed goodwill tour behaved so disgracefully.[[/note]]

11th Feb '16 8:08:31 AM lavendermintrose
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* In Anime/K : Return of Kings, it is revealed that, [[spoiler: as part of the plan to force Weismann to come down from his airship, the Green Clan did this to the boy who's body the Colorless King stole in season 1, which is why not even Scepter 4's surveillance systems could identify the culprit in the video]].
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* In Anime/K ''{{Anime/K}}'' : Return of Kings, it is revealed that, [[spoiler: as part of the plan to force Weismann to come down from his airship, the Green Clan did this to the boy who's body the Colorless King stole in season 1, which is why not even Scepter 4's surveillance systems could identify the culprit in the video]].
10th Feb '16 7:16:57 AM lavendermintrose
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* In Anime/K : Return of Kings, it is revealed that, [[spoiler: as part of the plan to force Weismann to come down from his airship, the Green Clan did this to the boy who's body the Colorless King stole in season 1, which is why not even Scepter 4's surveillance systems could identify the culprit in the video]].
3rd Feb '16 11:26:56 AM MarkLungo
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* Creator/ParlophoneRecords has almost completely erased Music/TheBeatles from the label's history. To be fair, this was more of a ScrewedByTheLawyers case[[note]]EMI had to divest itself from Parlophone, which held the rights to the Beatles catalog up to ''Music/SgtPeppersLonelyHeartsClubBand'' per European antitrust laws, when EMI chose to sell its recorded music operations to Universal Music Group. However, Universal was allowed to keep the Beatles catalog, which they transferred to a new unit called Capitol Records UK (Capitol served as the US distributor for the Beatles, as well as other Parlophone artists prior to EMI's sale to UMG; Parlophone was acquired by Warner Music Group in 2013, and is now mostly distributed by Creator/WarnerBrosRecords in the USA[[/note]] and less to do with personal issues between the group and Parlophone. The website mentions the group [[http://www.parlophone.co.uk/about/ only once]] in their "About" page, and current Beatles albums reissues remove any mention of Parlophone in their packaging. Despite this, Parlophone's YouTube page continues to host the music video for "You Got to Hide Your Love Away," from the film and studio album ''Film/{{Help}}'', which was uploaded years before EMI's collapse, but time will tell whether or not UMG/Capitol UK will flag the video for copyright infringement.
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* Creator/ParlophoneRecords has almost completely erased Music/TheBeatles from the label's history. To be fair, this was more of a ScrewedByTheLawyers case[[note]]EMI had to divest itself from Parlophone, which held the rights to the Beatles Beatles' pre-Apple catalog up to ''Music/SgtPeppersLonelyHeartsClubBand'' per European antitrust laws, when EMI chose to sell its recorded music operations to Universal Music Group. However, Universal was allowed to keep the Beatles catalog, which they transferred to a new unit called Capitol Records UK (Capitol served as the US distributor for the Beatles, as well as other Parlophone artists prior to EMI's sale to UMG; Parlophone was acquired by Warner Music Group in 2013, and is now mostly distributed by Creator/WarnerBrosRecords in the USA[[/note]] and less to do with personal issues between the group and Parlophone. The website mentions the group [[http://www.parlophone.co.uk/about/ only once]] in their "About" page, and current Beatles albums reissues remove any mention of Parlophone in their packaging. Despite this, Parlophone's YouTube page continues to host the music video for "You Got to Hide Your Love Away," from the film and studio album ''Film/{{Help}}'', which was uploaded years before EMI's collapse, but time will tell whether or not UMG/Capitol UK will flag the video for copyright infringement.
3rd Feb '16 11:26:24 AM MarkLungo
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* Creator/ParlophoneRecords has almost completely erased Music/TheBeatles from the label's history. To be fair, this was more of a ScrewedByTheLawyers case[[note]]EMI had to divest itself from Parlophone, which held the rights to the Beatles catalog up to Music/SgtPeppersLonelyHeartsClubBand per European antitrust laws, when EMI chose to sell its recorded music operations to Universal Music Group. However, Universal was allowed to keep the Beatles catalog, which they transferred to a new unit called Capitol Records UK (Capitol served as the US distributor for the Beatles, as well as other Parlophone artists prior to EMI's sale to UMG; Parlophone was acquired by Warner Music in 2013, and is now mostly distributed by Creator/WarnerBrosRecords in the USA[[/note]] and less to do with personal issues between the group and Parlophone. The website mentions the group [[http://www.parlophone.co.uk/about/ only once]] in their "About" page, and current Beatles albums reissues remove any mention of Parlophone in their packaging. Despite this, Parlophone's YouTube page continues to host the music video for "You Got to Hide Your Love Away," from the film and studio album ''Film/{{Help}}'', which was uploaded years before EMI's collapse, but time will tell whether or not UMG/Capitol UK will flag the video for copyright infringement.
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* Creator/ParlophoneRecords has almost completely erased Music/TheBeatles from the label's history. To be fair, this was more of a ScrewedByTheLawyers case[[note]]EMI had to divest itself from Parlophone, which held the rights to the Beatles catalog up to Music/SgtPeppersLonelyHeartsClubBand ''Music/SgtPeppersLonelyHeartsClubBand'' per European antitrust laws, when EMI chose to sell its recorded music operations to Universal Music Group. However, Universal was allowed to keep the Beatles catalog, which they transferred to a new unit called Capitol Records UK (Capitol served as the US distributor for the Beatles, as well as other Parlophone artists prior to EMI's sale to UMG; Parlophone was acquired by Warner Music Group in 2013, and is now mostly distributed by Creator/WarnerBrosRecords in the USA[[/note]] and less to do with personal issues between the group and Parlophone. The website mentions the group [[http://www.parlophone.co.uk/about/ only once]] in their "About" page, and current Beatles albums reissues remove any mention of Parlophone in their packaging. Despite this, Parlophone's YouTube page continues to host the music video for "You Got to Hide Your Love Away," from the film and studio album ''Film/{{Help}}'', which was uploaded years before EMI's collapse, but time will tell whether or not UMG/Capitol UK will flag the video for copyright infringement.
22nd Jan '16 8:11:21 PM Lirodon
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* After popular Creator/{{CBC}} radio host Jian Ghomeshi was alleged to have sexually assaulted several women and entered multiple affairs, the CBC not only fired him, but removed almost every trace of him from ''Q''[='=]s website and the CBC's history (his radio interviews are still up, but time will tell if they will be removed if he is convicted). They've even considered renaming his former show ''Q'' to distance it from him.
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* After popular Creator/{{CBC}} radio host Jian Ghomeshi was alleged to have sexually assaulted several women and entered multiple affairs, the CBC not only fired him, but removed almost every trace of him from ''Q''[='=]s website and the CBC's history (his radio interviews are still up, but time will tell if they will be removed if he is convicted). They've They even considered renaming his former show ''Q'' to distance it from him.him: when Shad K. took over at host, they did ... except they re-titled it ''q'' (yes, lowercase)
15th Jan '16 10:10:36 PM nombretomado
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* Stu Redman realizes the army was going to do this after things fell apart in ''TheStand''. They would have burned his body and his records.
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* Stu Redman realizes the army was going to do this after things fell apart in ''TheStand''.''Literature/TheStand''. They would have burned his body and his records.
12th Jan '16 5:22:50 PM Bissek
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* A major plot point in the ''Legend of Jig Dragonslayer'' trilogy was the Forgotten Gods: Gods who had rebelled against the divine hierarchy and were sentenced to be utterly forgotten by all civilized beings as punishment. And this forgetting couldn't be undone - at least one of them found that whenever they introduced themselves to anyone, the people they said their name to would forget it within seconds. Then they discovered a loophole: the curse only applied to ''civilized'' being. ''Uncivilized'' races, such as goblins, weren't affected.
3rd Jan '16 10:54:01 AM MJTR
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* After declaring himself the new God of Time in ''VideoGame/DragonBallXenoverse'', Demigra swears that, for the interference of the PlayerCharacter, they will be erased from all of history. * By the nature of the game's design, ''VideoGame/TomodachiLife'' performs this with any mii ersed from the island. Their appearances in previously recorded news broadcasts and even family photo albums sees them replaced with other characters, with no hint they ever existed.
29th Dec '15 2:26:10 AM AgProv
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expanding: Heart and Rolf Harris
** There was a similar controversy involving Music/{{Heart}} on their induction into the HoF. The Wilson sisters agreed - very grudgingly - that the induction was for the original line-up of the band which included the Fisher brothers, with whom they had had a major falling-out. Roger and Mike Fisher were allowed to rejoin the rest of the original members on stage for ''one'' song, agreed to be a blistering version of ''Barracuda''. But that was it; they quietly stood down for two current band-members, practically anonymous sessions musicians, who filled in for the rest of the gig. Fans present noted the quality of music played soon stopped being "blistering", and became merely "average".

* As of July 2014, Creator/RolfHarris has also begun the unperson process after being convicted of sexual offences against underage girls. His art withdrawn from public view, honours stripped, TV programmes featuring references to him or his music pulled off the air and plaques around Australia and the UK taken down.
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* As of July 2014, Creator/RolfHarris has also begun the unperson process after being convicted of sexual offences against underage girls. His art (including what was then an original royal-commissioned portrait of Queen Elizabeth II, which she genuinely liked) was withdrawn from public view, honours stripped, TV programmes featuring references to him or his music pulled off the air and plaques around Australia and the UK taken down.
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