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MaxieMaxwell
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11:27:22 AM Apr 11th 2012
What do we do when an example is clearly wrong?

In "Film," there was an example from the Wizard of Oz: The Wicked Witch of the West skywriting "Surrender Dorothy" over the Emerald City. This was clearly wrong, as the Witch is not calling for help from Dorothy, the Wizard, the People of Emerald City, or anybody else; she is issuing an ultimatum. So I removed it entirely. Is that okay?
SkarmoryThePG
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06:16:24 PM Jul 24th 2011
This needs an image.

I vote for the chain of beacons from Return of the King.
Someonebesidesomeone
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07:32:06 PM Jun 29th 2011
The way to send the message has to be impressive on itself? Could a example contain a mundane way of communication but be relevant due to the attention payed by the work to the situation?
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