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24th May '16 6:30:54 AM DenisK21
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** ''VideoGame/KingdomHeartsII'' sees Sora scold Riku for trying to take on so many burdens himself, when he has so many friends who'd gladly help. Even Donald and Goofy, who aren't as close to Riku as Kairi and King Mickey, confirm it.
** This once again comes up in ''coded'', where the digital Riku in Jiminy's Journal admits his envy of Sora having so many friends that trust him. Data Sora stops him right there, countering that his friends are Riku's friends, too. Cue Mickey, Donald, and Goofy cheering Riku on from afar.
24th May '16 6:22:46 AM DenisK21
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*** In ''VideoGame/LightningReturnsFinalFantasyXIII'', Lumina and Yeul both try to drive this home to Lightning, saying that her friends want to help but cannot reach her the way she is now. Lightning herself doesn't want to admit weakness by asking for help, and this annoys Lumina to no end... but then it finally happens in the ending.
7th May '16 5:33:34 PM nombretomado
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* In the season six finale of ''GreysAnatomy'', Dr. Miranda Bailey tells this to [[spoiler:Charles Percy as he dies from a gunshot wound. [[SugarWiki/HeartwarmingMoments Bailey and a patient that helps her hold his hand until the very end]].]]

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* In the season six finale of ''GreysAnatomy'', ''Series/GreysAnatomy'', Dr. Miranda Bailey tells this to [[spoiler:Charles Percy as he dies from a gunshot wound. [[SugarWiki/HeartwarmingMoments Bailey and a patient that helps her hold his hand until the very end]].]]
7th May '16 10:25:20 AM Tron80
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* ''Fanfic/TheSecondTry'': During an argument in chapter 4, Asuka tells she'll always be alone, and Shinji replies that she doesn't have to be alone because he wants to be there for her.
6th May '16 7:09:22 PM nombretomado
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** GaiaOnline had a similar fundraiser for the same disaster through their Cash Shop.

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** GaiaOnline Website/GaiaOnline had a similar fundraiser for the same disaster through their Cash Shop.
30th Apr '16 4:02:22 PM DarkPhoenix94
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-->'''Spoony:''' You are not stupid for seeking people you identify with. You are not an idiot for finding friends and feeling like you have somewhere you belong. Your particular brand of happiness might be pretty fucked-up, but you're not fucked-up for pursuing that happiness. As long as you're not hurting anyone, wave that freak flag high. Final Fantasy VIII may suck, and you may suck for liking it, but I'm the captain of this suck-filled leaking failboat, and [[PapaWolf I’m not going to have some jerkoff movie critic who’s never cracked a Player’s Handbook in his life call my homies STUPID.]]

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-->'''Spoony:''' You are not stupid for seeking people you identify with. You are not an idiot for finding friends and feeling like you have somewhere you belong. Your particular brand of happiness might be pretty fucked-up, but you're not fucked-up for pursuing that happiness. As long as you're not hurting anyone, wave that freak flag high. Final Fantasy VIII may suck, and you may suck for liking it, but I'm the captain of this suck-filled leaking failboat, and [[PapaWolf I’m not going to have some jerkoff movie critic who’s who’s never cracked a Player’s Handbook in his life call my homies STUPID.]]



* In 1989, 96 Liverpool fans were crushed to death in the Hillsborough Disaster, the worst sporting disaster in European history and (excepting the Lockerbie Bombing) the worst loss of life on British soil since World War II. Condolences flooded in from all around the world, including from US President George H.W. Bush and Pope John Paul II. Other clubs played a significant part, with a minute's silence held before the Champion's League Semi-Final between AC Milan and Real Madrid being broken by AC Milan fans, who spontaneously starting singing Liverpool's club anthem ''You'll Never Walk Alone.'' [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5ZrVfMRyoE0 Never has that song been more appropriate.]] To this day, the day is marked with moments of silence in league matches all over Britain and clubs around the world and the Hillsborough memorial is invariably decorated by the scarves of fans from clubs from all over the country and the world. There's even an annual memorial service in the battlefield of Spion Kop in South Africa, which lends its name to the famous Kop Stand at Liverpool's home stadium.

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* In 1989, 96 Liverpool fans were crushed to death in the Hillsborough Disaster, the worst sporting disaster in European history and (excepting the Lockerbie Bombing) the worst loss of life on British soil since World War II. Condolences flooded in from all around the world, including from US President George H.W. Bush and Pope John Paul II. Other clubs played a significant part, with a minute's silence held before the Champion's League Semi-Final between AC Milan and Real Madrid being broken by AC Milan fans, who spontaneously starting singing Liverpool's club anthem ''You'll Never Walk Alone.'' [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5ZrVfMRyoE0 Never has that song been more appropriate.]] ]]
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To this day, the day is marked with moments of silence in league matches all over Britain and clubs around the world and the Hillsborough memorial is invariably decorated by the scarves of fans from clubs from all over the country and the world. There's even an annual memorial service in the battlefield of Spion Kop in South Africa, which lends its name to the famous Kop Stand at Liverpool's home stadium.stadium.
** After the inquiry into the Hillsborough disaster ended with the police condemned for mismanagement of the with tragic results, vindicating the families of the victims who had insisted that the fans were smeared by the press and the police, Newcastle United insisted on a minute's applause for 'the victory of truth' at their next home game, in large part because their manager, Rafael Benitez, had been manager of Liverpool (and remains a revered figure by the club's fans) and had been closely associated with the cause of the the families, donating £96,000 ($140,260) of his own money to the Hillsborough Family Support Group in 2010, before donating a further £2,800 via his wife's charity in 2011. During that minute of applause, the Newcastle fans sang ''You'll Never Walk Alone'', Liverpool's club anthem and epitome of this trope.



** A couple of days later, when the French national football came to England to play a scheduled friendly against a team who it should be remembered are their oldest rivals, something that stretches back most of a thousand years, innumerable wars and sporting competitions... they were welcomed to Wembley, the home of English football, with the entire stadium lit up in red, white and blue, the motto of the French Republic emblazoned on the side, the usual vast St George's Cross made of cards held up by fans at the home end replaced with the French tricolore and thunderous roar of all 90,000 fans in the stadium singing 'La Marseillaise'. Moreover, as a result of [[UnstoppableRage the vast surge of public outrage]], two weeks later the previously reluctant British Parliament voted to begin bomb raids against IS with immediate effect.

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** A couple of days later, when the French national football came to England to play a scheduled friendly against a team who it should be remembered are their oldest rivals, something that stretches back most of a thousand years, innumerable wars and sporting competitions... they were welcomed to Wembley, the home of English football, with the entire stadium lit up in red, white and blue, the motto of the French Republic emblazoned on the side, the usual vast St George's Cross made of cards held up by fans at the home end replaced with the French tricolore and thunderous roar of all 90,000 fans in the stadium singing 'La Marseillaise'. Moreover, as a result of [[UnstoppableRage the vast surge of public outrage]], two weeks later the previously reluctant British Parliament voted to begin bomb bombing raids against IS with immediate effect.
29th Apr '16 12:11:57 PM DarkPhoenix94
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* In 1989, 96 Liverpool fans were crushed to death in the Hillsborough Disaster, the worst sporting disaster in European history and (excepting the Lockerbie Bombing) the worst loss of life on British soil since World War II. Condolences flooded in from all around the world, including from US President George H.W. Bush and Pope John Paul II. Other clubs played a significant part, with a minute's silence held before the Champion's League Semi-Final between AC Milan and Real Madrid being broken by AC Milan fans, who spontaneously starting singing Liverpool's club anthem ''You'll Never Walk Alone.'' [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5ZrVfMRyoE0 Never has that song been more appropriate.]] To this day, the day is marked with moments of silence in league matches all over Britain and clubs around the world and the Hillsborough memorial is invariably decorated by the scarves of fans from clubs from all over the country and the world. There's even an annual memorial service in the battlefield of Spion Kop in South Africa, which lends its name to the famous Kop Stand at Liverpool's home stadium.



* A similar response took place after the 7/7 bomb attacks in London.
** The US Army band played ''God Save the Queen'' outside the British Embassy in Washington DC as the State Department lowered its flag to half mast and President Bush signed the condolence book in London.
** Australia, New Zealnd, Canada and France all flew their flags at half mast.
** The European, Polish and Irish Parliaments all held a minute of silence.
** Russians laid bouquets of flowers outside the British Embassy as a human chain of solidarity was formed by staff and locals during a minute's silence.
** ''God Save the Queen'' was played at the changing of the royal guard at Plaza de Oriente in Madrid in memorial to the victims of the attack.



* The Canadian ambassador of the United States said these words after Hurricane Katrina.

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* The Canadian ambassador of to the United States said these words after Hurricane Katrina.



** While the message has since been revealed as apocryphal, it has also long since been adopted by Turks, New Zealanders and Australians alike as a kind of fundamental truth.



** A couple of days later, when the French national football came to England to play a scheduled friendly against a team who it should be remembered are their oldest rivals, something that stretches back most of a thousand years and innumerable wars... they were welcomed to Wembley, the home of English football, with the entire stadium lit up in red, white and blue, the motto of the French Republic emblazoned don the side, the usual vast St George's Cross made of cards held up by fans at the home end replaced with the tricolore and thunderous roar of all 90,000 fans in the stadium singing 'La Marseillaise'.

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** A couple of days later, when the French national football came to England to play a scheduled friendly against a team who it should be remembered are their oldest rivals, something that stretches back most of a thousand years and years, innumerable wars... wars and sporting competitions... they were welcomed to Wembley, the home of English football, with the entire stadium lit up in red, white and blue, the motto of the French Republic emblazoned don on the side, the usual vast St George's Cross made of cards held up by fans at the home end replaced with the French tricolore and thunderous roar of all 90,000 fans in the stadium singing 'La Marseillaise'.Marseillaise'. Moreover, as a result of [[UnstoppableRage the vast surge of public outrage]], two weeks later the previously reluctant British Parliament voted to begin bomb raids against IS with immediate effect.
26th Apr '16 4:42:08 PM Dicelord_N
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I'm everywhere you want me to be\\

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I'm everywhere you want me to be\\be
26th Apr '16 4:40:51 PM Dicelord_N
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** This theme is repeated in "The Last Night", wherein the singer is speaking to a girl suffering from depression.
--> This is the last night you'll spend alone\\
Look me in the eyes so I know you know\\
I'm everywhere you want me to be\\
26th Apr '16 1:07:17 AM aye_amber
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* Spoofed in ''TheSimpsons'' episode "Lemon of Troy," when Milhouse is about to be beaten to a pulp by a boy from Shelbyville. He sputters, "Is this the untimely end of Milhouse?", only to have the other boy reveal that his name is also Milhouse. Realizing that neither is the only one with such a moniker--"A pain I know all too well"--they embrace and Milhouse (of Springfield) sobs, [[{{Prince}} "This is what it sounds like when doves cry."]]

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* Spoofed in ''TheSimpsons'' episode "Lemon of Troy," when Milhouse is about to be beaten to a pulp by a boy from Shelbyville. He sputters, "Is this the untimely end of Milhouse?", only to have the other boy reveal that his name is also Milhouse. Realizing that neither is the only one with such a moniker--"A pain I know all too well"--they embrace and Milhouse (of Springfield) sobs, [[{{Prince}} [[Music/{{Prince}} "This is what it sounds like when doves cry."]]
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