History YMMV / DirtyLaundryAnAlternate1980s

9th Sep '14 4:49:03 PM bobJohnson
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* AscendedFanon: In regards to [=TheWalkman=]'s reoccuring "All the #1 Songs of the [=DirtyLaundryverse=]" segment; while only being a extrapolation experiment, Andrew has no qualms with declaring each installment canon to the timeline.
28th Apr '14 9:01:05 PM bobJohnson
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* BrokenBase: A minor example has come up concerning how [[spoiler:Creator/ChrisClaremont is TTL's writer of the 1986 reboot of ComicBook/ThePunisher]], the most prevalent argument being that [[spoiler:this wasn't realistic and someone ''else'' should have gotten the job]].

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* BrokenBase: A minor example has come up concerning how [[spoiler:Creator/ChrisClaremont is TTL's writer of the 1986 reboot of ComicBook/ThePunisher]], "ComicBook/ThePunisher"]], the most prevalent argument being that [[spoiler:this wasn't realistic and someone ''else'' should have gotten the job]].
28th Apr '14 8:51:10 PM bobJohnson
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** This wound up dying down thanks in part to [[http://www.alternatehistory.com/discussion/showpost.php?p=8267842&postcount=700 Andrew explaining his reasoning]].
18th Jan '14 12:53:53 PM bobJohnson
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* BrokenBase: A minor example has come up concerning how [[spoiler:Creator/ChrisClaremont is ITTL's writer of the 1986 reboot of ComicBook/ThePunisher]], the most prevalent argument being that [[spoiler:this wasn't realistic and someone ''else'' should have gotten the job]].

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* BrokenBase: A minor example has come up concerning how [[spoiler:Creator/ChrisClaremont is ITTL's TTL's writer of the 1986 reboot of ComicBook/ThePunisher]], the most prevalent argument being that [[spoiler:this wasn't realistic and someone ''else'' should have gotten the job]].
18th Oct '13 5:03:03 PM bobJohnson
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* {{Flanderization}}: One commentator has pointed out that [[spoiler:Rush Limbaugh]] was written like a ''parody'' of the man rather than ''like'' the man in "[[http://www.alternatehistory.com/discussion/showpost.php?p=8272053&postcount=703 Reason and Tragedy]]".
17th Oct '13 4:25:31 PM bobJohnson
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* BrokenBase: A minor example has come up concerning how [[spoiler:Chris Claremont is ITTL's writer of the 1986 reboot of ComicBook/ThePunisher]], the most prevalent argument being that [[spoiler:this wasn't realistic and someone ''else'' should have gotten the job]].

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* BrokenBase: A minor example has come up concerning how [[spoiler:Chris Claremont [[spoiler:Creator/ChrisClaremont is ITTL's writer of the 1986 reboot of ComicBook/ThePunisher]], the most prevalent argument being that [[spoiler:this wasn't realistic and someone ''else'' should have gotten the job]].
15th Oct '13 9:39:43 PM bobJohnson
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* BrokenBase: A minor example has come up concerning how [[spoiler:Chris Claremont is ITTL's writer of the 1986 reboot of ComicBook/ThePunisher]], the movst prevalent argument being that [[spoiler:this wasn't realistic and someone ''else'' should have gotten the job]].

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* BrokenBase: A minor example has come up concerning how [[spoiler:Chris Claremont is ITTL's writer of the 1986 reboot of ComicBook/ThePunisher]], the movst most prevalent argument being that [[spoiler:this wasn't realistic and someone ''else'' should have gotten the job]].
15th Oct '13 9:39:31 PM bobJohnson
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* BrokenBase: A minor example has come up concerning how [[spoiler:Chris Claremont is ITTL's writer of the 1986 reboot of ComicBook/ThePunisher]], the movst prevalent argument being that [[spoiler:this wasn't realistic and someone ''else'' should have gotten the job]].
* {{Flanderization}}: One commentator has pointed out that [[spoiler:Rush Limbaugh]] was written like a ''parody'' of the man rather than ''like'' the man in "[[http://www.alternatehistory.com/discussion/showpost.php?p=8272053&postcount=703 Reason and Tragedy]]".
31st Aug '13 6:07:39 AM 45xxx
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* GeniusBonus: The fact that "[[http://www.snopes.com/cokelore/tadpole.asp Bite the Wax Tadpole]]" is the title for the post concerning ITTL's "New Coke" debacle.
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