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27th Sep '16 1:05:52 PM Brundercracker
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* "Nava Shield," a semi-new rogue that disguises itself as a regular anti-virus that pushes you to renew your "product license" because you are using the "trial version" of the software. It makes an annoying ticking sound, while saying that your computer isn't protected. This is only the start of the madness. About a month from the date of the product renewal notice, it makes the notice pop up, again! If you use it for long enough, it starts to laugh at you, and starts opening adult webpages. The laughter is in a loop, and is in a regular pitch, and a higher pitch simultaneously. To add to it, it makes Microsoft Sam swear at you, and say nonsense things like, "I am a robot from outer-space." Nava Shield alerts you that these occurrences are in-fact, viruses, which they are not, obviously. It gets worse, however. It opens another "virus," which is a grey box that enlarges on your screen that has the text, "Disk drive C: is being deleted," and counts down the index bit. It makes you run an "Emergency Scan" that does not succeed while this is happening.
21st Sep '16 5:27:34 AM TheWildWestPyro
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* ''The Man Who Saw Tomorrow'' - a documentary-style movie about Nostradamus' predictions, narrated by Orson Welles.

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* ''The Man Who Saw Tomorrow'' - a documentary-style movie about Nostradamus' predictions, narrated by Orson Welles.Welles is terrifying, especially when it comes to the infamous "King of Terror" prophecy and was ''huge'' NightmareFuel for 1980s viewers. However, it falls into NightmareRetardant when its predictions for the 1990s were very quickly disproven, resulting in Welles distancing himself from the documentary.
7th Sep '16 7:48:44 PM IAmNotAFunguy
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** Averted with Windows Server 2012's and Windows 8's Blue Screen of Death. This version of [=BSoD=] uses cerulean background, and the text basically sounds like it's saying "we're sorry," and has a sad emoticon :( on top.

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** Averted with the Blue Screen of Death in Windows Server 2012's 2012 Windows 8, and Windows 8's Blue Screen of Death.10. This version of [=BSoD=] uses cerulean background, and the text basically sounds like it's saying "we're sorry," and has a sad emoticon :( on top.
5th Sep '16 2:25:09 PM WhatArtThee
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* UsefulNotes/{{NASCAR}} has had its fair share.

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* Most of the more violent crashes in UsefulNotes/{{NASCAR}} has had its fair share. can qualify.



** While most fatal wrecks involve the deceased driver dying from a "simple" lethal head injury rather than something catastrophically gory, occasionally there are horrifying exceptions. Russell Phillips' death involved his car being shoved roof-first against the track's catch fence and grinded at high-speed. The roof was quickly sheared away, leaving Phillips to be literally [[LudicrousGibs torn apart]] by the force; among other gruesome details, they found one of his hands high up in the catch-fence, and his helmet - [[OffWithHisHead with his head still inside]] - by pit row hundreds of feet away from the main wreck.

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** While most fatal wrecks involve the deceased Sportsman Series driver dying from a "simple" lethal head injury rather than something catastrophically gory, occasionally there are horrifying exceptions. Russell Phillips' death in 1995 involved his car being shoved roof-first against the track's catch fence and grinded at high-speed. The roof was quickly sheared away, leaving Phillips to be literally [[LudicrousGibs torn apart]] by the force; among other gruesome details, they found one of his hands high up in the catch-fence, and his helmet - [[OffWithHisHead with his head still inside]] - by pit row hundreds of feet away from the main wreck.
4th Sep '16 3:25:15 PM IAmNotAFunguy
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* The [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Civ9F9dBBFI former Geauga Lake amusement park in Aurora, Ohio]]. It closed very suddenly at the end of the season in 2007 and every ride was promptly torn down and moved to other amusement parks owned by the same company, along with every building being torn down. Seeing footage of the park in the present-day is haunting. Every sidewalk and path inside the park still exists, twisting past hollow foundations where buildings used to live, and concrete footers where rides used to stand, but the only living thing running the paths is the grass and other foliage gradually overtaking it. The paths even still have their old themes such as Snoopy Town. The only things still standing are the half-demolished main entrance, across a desolate parking lot, and a historic roller coaster called the Big Dipper, standing but not used since the park closed and also overgrown with weeds and run down. To top it off, until fall 2016 it was right across a lake of the same name from a bustling water park named Wildwater Kingdom owned by the same company as Geauga Lake in its final years and opened in 2005. the eerie empty amusement park with the Big Dipper was visible from inside the water park over the lake, until the water park closed for good as well in fall 2016, allowing the entire park to be redeveloped into something new at last.

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* The [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Civ9F9dBBFI former Geauga Lake amusement park in Aurora, Ohio]]. It closed very suddenly at the end of the season in 2007 and every ride was promptly torn down and moved to other amusement parks owned by the same company, along with every building being torn down. Seeing footage of the park in the present-day is haunting. Every sidewalk and path inside the park still exists, twisting past hollow foundations where buildings used to live, and concrete footers where rides used to stand, but the only living thing running the paths is the grass and other foliage gradually overtaking it. The paths even still have their old themes such as Snoopy Town. The only things still standing are the half-demolished main entrance, across a desolate parking lot, and a historic roller coaster called the Big Dipper, standing but not used since the park closed and also overgrown with weeds and run down. To top it off, until fall 2016 it was right across a lake of the same name from a bustling water park named Wildwater Kingdom owned by the same company as Geauga Lake in its final years and opened in 2005. the The eerie empty amusement park with the Big Dipper was visible from inside the water park over the lake, until the water park closed for good as well in fall 2016, allowing the entire park to be redeveloped into something new at last.
4th Sep '16 3:23:24 PM IAmNotAFunguy
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* The [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Civ9F9dBBFI former Geauga Lake amusement park in Aurora, Ohio]]. It closed very suddenly at the end of the season in 2007 and every ride was promptly torn down and moved to other amusement parks owned by the same company, along with every building being torn down. Seeing footage of the park in the present-day is haunting. Every sidewalk and path inside the park still exists, twisting past hollow foundations where buildings used to live, and concrete footers where rides used to stand, but the only living thing running the paths is the grass and other foliage gradually overtaking it. The paths even still have their old themes such as Snoopy Town. The only things still standing are the half-demolished main entrance, across a desolate parking lot, and a historic roller coaster called the Big Dipper, standing but not used since the park closed and also overgrown with weeds and run down. To top it off, until fall 2016 it was right across a lake of the same name from a bustling water park named Wildwater Kingdom, until that closed for good as well in fall 2016, allowing the entire park to be redeveloped into something new at last.

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* The [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Civ9F9dBBFI former Geauga Lake amusement park in Aurora, Ohio]]. It closed very suddenly at the end of the season in 2007 and every ride was promptly torn down and moved to other amusement parks owned by the same company, along with every building being torn down. Seeing footage of the park in the present-day is haunting. Every sidewalk and path inside the park still exists, twisting past hollow foundations where buildings used to live, and concrete footers where rides used to stand, but the only living thing running the paths is the grass and other foliage gradually overtaking it. The paths even still have their old themes such as Snoopy Town. The only things still standing are the half-demolished main entrance, across a desolate parking lot, and a historic roller coaster called the Big Dipper, standing but not used since the park closed and also overgrown with weeds and run down. To top it off, until fall 2016 it was right across a lake of the same name from a bustling water park named Wildwater Kingdom, Kingdom owned by the same company as Geauga Lake in its final years and opened in 2005. the eerie empty amusement park with the Big Dipper was visible from inside the water park over the lake, until that the water park closed for good as well in fall 2016, allowing the entire park to be redeveloped into something new at last.
4th Sep '16 1:25:23 PM IAmNotAFunguy
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* The [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Civ9F9dBBFI former Geauga Lake amusement park in Aurora, Ohio]]. It closed very suddenly at the end of the season in 2007 and every ride was promptly torn down and moved to other amusement parks owned by the same company, along with every building being torn down. Seeing footage of the park in the present-day is haunting. Every sidewalk and path inside the park still exists, twisting past hollow foundations where building used to live, and concrete footers where rides used to stand, but the only living thing running the paths is the grass and other foliage gradually overtaking it. The only things still standing are the half-demolished main entrance, across a desolate parking lot, and a historic roller coaster called the Big Dipper, standing but not used since the park closed and also overgrown with weeds and run down. To top it off, until fall 2016 it was right across a lake of the same name from a bustling water park named WildWater Kingdom, until that closed for good as well in fall 2016, allowing the entire park to be redeveloped into something new at last.

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* The [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Civ9F9dBBFI former Geauga Lake amusement park in Aurora, Ohio]]. It closed very suddenly at the end of the season in 2007 and every ride was promptly torn down and moved to other amusement parks owned by the same company, along with every building being torn down. Seeing footage of the park in the present-day is haunting. Every sidewalk and path inside the park still exists, twisting past hollow foundations where building buildings used to live, and concrete footers where rides used to stand, but the only living thing running the paths is the grass and other foliage gradually overtaking it.it. The paths even still have their old themes such as Snoopy Town. The only things still standing are the half-demolished main entrance, across a desolate parking lot, and a historic roller coaster called the Big Dipper, standing but not used since the park closed and also overgrown with weeds and run down. To top it off, until fall 2016 it was right across a lake of the same name from a bustling water park named WildWater Wildwater Kingdom, until that closed for good as well in fall 2016, allowing the entire park to be redeveloped into something new at last.
4th Sep '16 1:22:42 PM IAmNotAFunguy
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* The [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Civ9F9dBBFI former Geauga Lake amusement park in Aurora, Ohio]]. It closed very suddenly at the end of the season in 2007 and every ride was promptly torn down and moved to other amusement parks owned by the same company, along with every building being torn down. Seeing footage of the park in the present-day is haunting. Every sidewalk and path inside the park still exists, twisting past hollow foundations where building used to live, and concrete footers where rides used to stand, but the only living thing running the paths is the grass and other foliage gradually overtaking it. The only things still standing are the half-demolished main entrance, across a desolate parking lot, and a historic roller coaster called the Big Dipper, standing but not used since the park closed and also overgrown with weeds and run down. To top it off, until fall 2016 it was right across a lake of the same name from a bustling water park named WildWater Kingdom, until that closed for good as well in fall 2016, allowing the entire park to be redeveloped into something new at last.
3rd Sep '16 2:20:51 AM BearyScary
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** If you put a page that you are editing into preview mode, the page image is shown in the preview, which can result in some self-induced nightmare fuel on pages with scary images, especially you're a serial tweaker.
31st Aug '16 3:56:31 PM batmany
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* Although it's (fortunately) extremely rare, death by constrictor (Boas, Pythons, etc.) certainly falls under this. Even more terrifying is how the snake kills its victims. Imagine being surrounded by over a hundered pounds of muscular predatory snake that's squeezing the life out of its victim. Oh, and the victims didn't die of suffocation (as was once thought to be how constrictors kill their prey). Rather, they died due to internal bleeding caused by the snake squeezing hard enough to rupture its victim's blood vessels. Even worse is this often causes the blood vessels in the brain to rupture depriving the organ of oxygen.
** Think the victims could've just pretended to be dead to fool the snakes? Think again. Recent studies show that constrictors actually feel for a pulse (or a heartbeat). They didn't just horrifically squeeze their victims to death but checked to make sure their prey was dead. These snakes aren't just strong, they're smart too.
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