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VVK
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01:07:53 AM Dec 11th 2013
edited by 86.50.74.185
For the record, I think this quote was etter:

"The next time you get the urge to take over someone else's holiday, I'd listen to her. She's the only one who makes any sense in this insane asylum!"

than this, which it was replaced with:

The only thing that sustains one through life is the consciousness of the immense inferiority of everybody else, and this is a feeling that I have always cultivated.

This isn't about smugness. Now both the image and the quote are about that. I'm not going to propose changing back (though I think it would be best) because I don't know that I'll be back here any time soon to discuss it more, so for now I'm just saying this for the record. And yes, the new one may be a better quote, but it's not a better quote about this trope.
IKillWithCute
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02:57:15 PM Oct 23rd 2011
Just as a question, is it possible for this trope to be Played for Drama?
Meeble
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08:58:34 AM Apr 2nd 2011
This page has gotten to over 200,000 characters, and is getting a bit difficult to navigate in my opinion. Once it hits 400,000 characters, it will hit Fast Eddie's Big Page Lock report and need to be split.

I propose that we go ahead and perform the split now to preempt the problem, and to make the page more readable. I would be basically giving each folder its own sub-page, with the main article being an index of those sub-pages.

Would anyone object to me doing this? If not, I will probably get to it in a week or so, to give people time to chime in.
Meeble
09:08:14 PM Apr 23rd 2011
Since no objections were raised, I went ahead and made the split. New examples should be placed in the appropriate subpages.
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