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12th Oct '17 9:35:46 AM NNinja
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** And played straight with his daughter, Franziska von Karma, who gets shot in the shoulder during the last case of ''VisualNovel/PhoenixWrightAceAttorneyJusticeForAll'' and is rushed to the hospital immediately.
8th Oct '17 10:16:34 AM CornedBee
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** Many cities bombarded during WW2 still have unexploded bombs lying around. A recent case was in September 2017, when a 250kg bomb in Vienna forced 400 people to evacuate the area while the bomb was removed.
1st Oct '17 11:19:07 PM ADrago
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[[TelevisionIsTryingToKillUs No, you don't.]]

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[[TelevisionIsTryingToKillUs [[JustForFun/TelevisionIsTryingToKillUs No, you don't.]]
1st Oct '17 11:46:33 AM Psyclone
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** Averted with [[spoiler: Manfred von Karma]] in the first game. The villain has had a bullet lodged in their shoulder for 15 years. It's incriminating evidence, but they didn't remove it because doing so safely would require a surgery, leaving a medical record.

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** Averted with in the first game: [[spoiler: Manfred von Karma]] in the first game. The villain has had a bullet lodged in their shoulder for 15 years. It's incriminating evidence, but they didn't remove it because doing so safely would require a surgery, leaving a medical record.
28th Sep '17 11:03:02 PM ultimomant
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* In the ''Film/{{Underworld}}'' series, Lycans have to dig out silver bullets and other silver weapons before they get fatally poisoned. They have a HealingFactor, and powerful Lycans can push the bullets out just by tensing their muscles. Also, in ''Film/UnderworldBloodWars'', David gets shot with a bullet tipped with a [[ThisIsADrill spinning drill]], so Selene has to pull it out because it is traveling through and damaging his body faster than his HealingFactor can fix.
10th Sep '17 11:36:30 AM GrammarNavi
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* In the first-season ''HarpersIsland'' episode "Gasp," a physician directs his friend (and romantic rival) to remove a bullet from his shoulder. "You have to get the bullet out" he (incorrectly) insists.

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* In the first-season ''HarpersIsland'' ''Series/HarpersIsland'' episode "Gasp," a physician directs his friend (and romantic rival) to remove a bullet from his shoulder. "You have to get the bullet out" he (incorrectly) insists.
9th Sep '17 1:37:29 PM Ferot_Dreadnaught
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** UsefulNotes/TheodoreRoosevelt got shot and -- [[GenreSavvy remembering what happened to Garfield and McKinley]], the latter being his immediate predecessor -- decided not to have the bullet removed, and survived. [[MemeticBadass (In his case, the bullet was too afraid of Roosevelt to kill him.)]]

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** UsefulNotes/TheodoreRoosevelt got shot and -- [[GenreSavvy [[TaughtByExperience remembering what happened to Garfield and McKinley]], the latter being his immediate predecessor -- decided not to have the bullet removed, and survived. [[MemeticBadass (In his case, the bullet was too afraid of Roosevelt to kill him.)]]
1st Sep '17 4:02:40 AM StarTropes
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* Film/MajorPayne presents his LoveInterest Emily Walburn with a gift that comes from his heart--a bullet that he dug out of his left ventricle.
17th Aug '17 6:10:45 AM CaptainPedant
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* In ''Ramage'', the title character must find a doctor (in enemy-occupied Italy) to have a bullet removed from the beautiful Marchesa di Volterra, and trust the man not to give them away.
6th Aug '17 5:58:47 PM thatother1dude
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* Averted in an unusual fashion in ''Film/IronMan''. Tony Stark ends up with his heart damaged by shrapnel, and instead of having the fragments removed, which would endanger his life, he gets an electromagnetic thingamajig implanted to keep the bits from killing him. [[spoiler:He finally goes and does it at the end of the third film.]]

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* Averted in an unusual fashion in ''Film/IronMan''. Tony Stark ends up with his heart damaged by shrapnel, and instead of having the fragments removed, which would endanger his life, he gets an electromagnetic thingamajig implanted to keep the bits from killing him. However, in ''Film/IronMan3'', it's stated Tony probably ''should'' have it removed, he's just afraid of having the surgery, even if the long term consequences are worse. [[spoiler:He finally goes and does it at the end of the third film.]]
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