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Eilevgmyhren
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10:55:26 PM Mar 19th 2015
I may have spotted a case of where the Rule of Cautious Editing Judgement would be appropriate. The problem with listing The Seventies as America`s "darkest hour", is the implication that everything went soooo much better with Reagan and the presidents beyond. From a Certain Point of View. However - this is up for a heavy debate, as different fractions may discuss whether the splendid inheritance of Reagan has made several instances of Darkest Hour in many other corners of the world. This historical entry is so fresh it borders on the "politics ban".
Candi
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10:02:17 PM Aug 3rd 2013
Katie MacAlister's Aisling Gray series ends book three, "Light My Fire", at an incredibly low point.

This example has no real context about the substance of the lowest point. Could someone familiar with the series help out, please?
nerd4life123
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01:59:00 PM Feb 20th 2012
Should the page quote really have the link it does? The characters were already discussing that, if they succeeded, they would probably be in-universe storybook heroes, after all.
balmung60
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07:43:45 PM Nov 29th 2010
Is there anything that should be done with this page to deal with the fact that it's between 1/3 and 1/2 (estimated) spoilered? Should there just be a preemptive spoiler warning? Neither Belly of the Whale or Near Villain Victory is quite so heavily spoiler tagged. Alternatively, should I just go to the Trope Repair Shop with this?
SomeGuy
09:09:53 AM Nov 30th 2010
edited by SomeGuy
No, Spoiler Policy is pretty clear that if they're abused to the point of unreadability, they've got to go. I've removed all the spoilers and put a warning tag on the page.
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