History YMMV / UnfinishedBusiness

13th Nov '13 8:54:18 PM JohnAlexanderHitchcock
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* HarsherInHindsight: In ''Irina's Memoir'', Irina hints at her lesbianism and talks about how she kept a photo of her lover hidden because she didn't want anyone to find out. It makes sense considering this is 1982, when Gay Rights was still a very difficult subject, but then you consider the fact that Russia actually passed a law that made homosexuality ''illegal''...

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* HarsherInHindsight: In ''Irina's Memoir'', Irina hints at her lesbianism and talks about how she kept a photo of her lover hidden because she didn't want anyone to find out. It makes sense considering this is 1982, when Gay Rights was still a very difficult subject, but then you consider the fact subject. However, Hitchcock might not have included that element if he had known that roughly a year later Russia actually passed would pass a law that made homosexuality ''illegal''...against homosexuality.
25th Aug '13 8:47:20 PM JohnAlexanderHitchcock
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* FridgeBrilliance: There's a few grammatical errors throughout ''Irina's Memoir'', such as Yuri shouting "Someone help me with this man" when [[spoiler: he was restraining Kate]]. At first they are somewhat annoying... except Irina couldn't speak English, so she presumably wrote her account in Russian and had it translated.

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* FridgeBrilliance: There's a few grammatical errors throughout ''Irina's Memoir'', such as Yuri shouting "Someone help me with this man" when [[spoiler: he was restraining Kate]]. At first they are somewhat annoying... except Irina couldn't speak English, so she presumably wrote her account in Russian and had it translated.translated.
* HarsherInHindsight: In ''Irina's Memoir'', Irina hints at her lesbianism and talks about how she kept a photo of her lover hidden because she didn't want anyone to find out. It makes sense considering this is 1982, when Gay Rights was still a very difficult subject, but then you consider the fact that Russia actually passed a law that made homosexuality ''illegal''...
31st Oct '12 5:28:32 AM JohnAlexanderHitchcock
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** One possible explanation brings this into FridgeHorror territory: [[spoiler: it was a Thing, acting dead in the hopes of infecting an unsuspecting isolated victim.]]

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** One possible explanation brings this into FridgeHorror territory: [[spoiler: it was a Thing, acting dead in the hopes of infecting an unsuspecting isolated victim.]]]]
* FridgeBrilliance: There's a few grammatical errors throughout ''Irina's Memoir'', such as Yuri shouting "Someone help me with this man" when [[spoiler: he was restraining Kate]]. At first they are somewhat annoying... except Irina couldn't speak English, so she presumably wrote her account in Russian and had it translated.
21st Jun '12 5:23:55 AM Sheora
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* FridgeLogic: Who exactly was that corpse in the Norwegian camp?
** One possible explanation brings this into FridgeHorror territory: [[spoiler: it was a Thing, acting dead in the hopes of infecting an unsuspecting isolated victim.]]
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