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28th Apr '16 9:51:34 PM 4444jdm
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** Speaking about cars made in Japan, the recent Lexus ES is an inversion. While the sales of [[MarketBasedTitle Toyota Windom]] was flopped in Japan before Lexus decided to go [=JDM=], Lexus decided to discontinue the Windom and not releasing the new ES there, even the ES was built in Japan. It was a pretty ironic example for a Japan-built car which is for export-only. Heck, Mazda's CX-9 and Subaru's BRAT were also the same cases, being made in Japan for export only, not giving to the Japanese consumers. [[SarcasmMode Sorry, Land of the Rising Sun.]]

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** Speaking about cars made in Japan, the recent Lexus ES is an inversion. While the sales of [[MarketBasedTitle Toyota Windom]] was flopped in Japan before Lexus decided to go [=JDM=], Lexus decided to discontinue the Windom and not releasing the new ES there, even the ES was built in Japan. It was a pretty ironic example for a Japan-built car which is for export-only. Heck, Mazda's CX-9 and Subaru's BRAT were also the same cases, being made in Japan for export only, not giving to the Japanese consumers. [[SarcasmMode Sorry, Land of the Rising Sun.]] [[KeepCirculatingTheTapes You can only buy them in grey market.]]
27th Apr '16 7:26:15 PM Josef5678
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* Automobiles are a frequent victim of this trope. In the United Kingdom, they don't get 4-cylinder Jaguar models, or the new 2013 Mitsubishi Lancer, and the Chrysler 200 sedan. Even worse... looks like the UK doesn't get the new Ford Focus sedan, or the naturally-aspirated 1.6 petrol models, or even the Toyota Camry. Proof that Britain still gets let down with major international models.
** This may be due to the "AmericansHateTingle" trope is in play, in which British people hate compact sedans like the Focus sedan.
** The Nissan GT-R, pre-R35 model, resulting from failed crash-safety standards in regards to the front and rear fenders. Due to the widespread appeal for classic models such as the R34 following the release of 2 Fast 2 Furious, several left-hand drive models have since been illegally imported from Japan via the black market.

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* Automobiles are a frequent victim of this trope. In the United Kingdom, they don't get 4-cylinder Jaguar models, or the new 2013 Mitsubishi Lancer, and the Chrysler 200 sedan. Even worse... looks like the UK doesn't get the new Ford Focus sedan, or the naturally-aspirated 1.6 petrol models, or even the Toyota Camry. Proof that Britain still gets let down with major international models.
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models. This may be due to the "AmericansHateTingle" fact that the AmericansHateTingle trope is in play, in which British people hate compact sedans like the Focus sedan.
sedan in favor of hatchbacks and wagons.
** The Nissan GT-R, pre-R35 model, resulting from failed crash-safety standards in regards to the front and rear fenders. Due to the widespread appeal for classic models such as the R34 following the release of ''[[Film/TheFastAndTheFurious 2 Fast 2 Furious, Furious]]'', several left-hand drive models have since been illegally imported from Japan via the black market.
2nd Mar '16 12:22:51 PM Pinokio
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* ''Franchise/StarCraft'' potato chips are exclusive to Korea.
29th Jan '16 12:42:54 AM arnoldmcguire335
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29th Jan '16 12:42:24 AM arnoldmcguire335
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* BBC Entertainment Asia became unavailable to Malaysia in December 2015 (This isn't the first time, the Channel was unavailable in Malaysia between 2009 and 2012 either). However, the drop happened during the initial run of Series 9 of Series/DoctorWho- anything after ''The Zygon Inversion'' has not aired in the country. Both cable provider and BBC Entertainment themselves have been unapologetic, and Malaysian Whovians are becoming frustrated.

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* BBC Entertainment Asia became unavailable to Malaysia in December 2015 (This isn't the first time, the Channel was unavailable in Malaysia between 2009 and 2012 either). However, the drop happened during the initial run of Series 9 of Series/DoctorWho- anything after ''The Zygon Inversion'' has not aired in the country. Both cable provider and BBC Entertainment themselves have been unapologetic, and Malaysian Whovians are becoming frustrated.\
6th Jan '16 9:22:13 PM RAMChYLD
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* BBC Entertainment Asia became unavailable to Malaysia in December 2015 (This isn't the first time, the Channel was unavailable in Malaysia between 2009 and 2011 either). However, the drop happened during the initial run of Series 9 of Series/DoctorWho- anything after ''The Zygon Inversion'' has not aired in the country. Both cable provider and BBC Entertainment themselves have been unapologetic, and Malaysian Whovians are becoming frustrated.

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* BBC Entertainment Asia became unavailable to Malaysia in December 2015 (This isn't the first time, the Channel was unavailable in Malaysia between 2009 and 2011 2012 either). However, the drop happened during the initial run of Series 9 of Series/DoctorWho- anything after ''The Zygon Inversion'' has not aired in the country. Both cable provider and BBC Entertainment themselves have been unapologetic, and Malaysian Whovians are becoming frustrated.
6th Jan '16 9:14:32 PM RAMChYLD
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* BBC Entertainment Asia became unavailable to Malaysia in December 2015 (This isn't the first time, the Channel was unavailable in Malaysia between 2009 and 2011 either). However, the drop happened halfway through initial run of Series 9 of Series/DoctorWho, meaning the remainder of Series 9 (anything after ''The Zygon Inversion'') has not aired in the country. Both cable provider and BBC Entertainment themselves have been unapologetic, and Malaysian Whovians are becoming frustrated.

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* BBC Entertainment Asia became unavailable to Malaysia in December 2015 (This isn't the first time, the Channel was unavailable in Malaysia between 2009 and 2011 either). However, the drop happened halfway through during the initial run of Series 9 of Series/DoctorWho, meaning the remainder of Series 9 (anything Series/DoctorWho- anything after ''The Zygon Inversion'') Inversion'' has not aired in the country. Both cable provider and BBC Entertainment themselves have been unapologetic, and Malaysian Whovians are becoming frustrated.
6th Jan '16 9:13:32 PM RAMChYLD
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* BBC Entertainment Asia became unavailable to Malaysia in December 2015 (This isn't the first time, the Channel was unavailable in Malaysia between 2009 and 2011 either). However, the drop happened halfway through initial run of Series 9 of Series/DoctorWho, meaning the remainder of Series 9 (anything after ''The Zygon Inversion'') has not aired in the country. Both cable provider and BBC Entertainment themselves have been unapologetic, and Malaysian Whovians are becoming frustrated.
29th Dec '15 9:12:27 PM nombretomado
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* Most people in the US and in the UK think of ''{{Slayers}}'' as purely an anime franchise with some manga here and there; only so many recall that it actually began as a series of [[LightNovel light novels.]] Fifteen novels surrounding the main story exist, along with over ''thirty'' prequel novels (chronicling the adventures of [[MagicKnight Lina]] and [[UnknownRival Naga]]) and even a Crossover story. Indeed, TokyoPop only licensed the first eight novels of the main series (in which the first two seasons of the anime are based off of), and they are very hard to come by.

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* Most people in the US and in the UK think of ''{{Slayers}}'' ''{{Anime/Slayers}}'' as purely an anime franchise with some manga here and there; only so many recall that it actually began as a series of [[LightNovel light novels.]] Fifteen novels surrounding the main story exist, along with over ''thirty'' prequel novels (chronicling the adventures of [[MagicKnight Lina]] and [[UnknownRival Naga]]) and even a Crossover story. Indeed, TokyoPop only licensed the first eight novels of the main series (in which the first two seasons of the anime are based off of), and they are very hard to come by.
21st Dec '15 6:40:41 PM LTM402
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** The same goes with [[http://www.mueblestroncoso.com.mx/ Muebles Troncoso]], a famous Mexican furniture store located in Mexico City and the city of Pachuca, thanks of a famous, long-runner (from about 44 years) child show named ''En Familia Con Chabelo'', since they're their main sponsors. Despise being well-known in all Mexico thanks of ''four decades'' of uninterrupted sponsorship, they haven't opened any store outside Mexico City or Pachuca. This also become a source of endless jokes for many Mexicans about how Muebles Troncoso are now filthy rich thanks of that program, but they haven't opened any store outside the capital.

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** The same goes with [[http://www.mueblestroncoso.com.mx/ Muebles Troncoso]], a famous Mexican furniture store located in Mexico City and the city of Pachuca, thanks of to a famous, long-runner (from about 44 years) child variety/children's show named ''En Familia Con Chabelo'', Chabelo'' (which ran from 1968 to 2015), since they're their main sponsors. Despise being well-known in all Mexico thanks of ''four decades'' of uninterrupted sponsorship, they haven't opened any store outside Mexico City or Pachuca. This also become a source of endless jokes for many Mexicans about how Muebles Troncoso are now filthy rich thanks of to that program, but they haven't opened any store outside the capital.
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