06:46:57 PM Sep 24th 2017
The examples on this page needs to be divided into folders, but how would the alphabetization be divided up?
06:40:15 PM Sep 28th 2017
edited by Occidensill
edited by Occidensill
I've not seen any consistent formatting. Someone asked the question here and got a "wherever you think is best" sort of response: http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14976441920A27292900&page=1 This might be useful: http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/Administrivia/TextFormattingRules I didn't see anything else strongly pertinent, but that doesn't mean it's not out there. I think four folders at A-D, E-M, N-R and S-Z would give a reasonably equidistant breakdown.
11:41:58 PM Jul 30th 2014
Jeopardy Theme/I'm a little teapot. I put it back (someone had removed the "common meter" entry). Type "think jeopardy teapot" into a search engine and you will find boards comparing and contrasting the two. Now I'm not saying you yourself may think they are common meter, but there are evidently many people out there who do think so, to bring it up on message boards and to make YouTube videos explaining it. At the very least - as is stated on the page with common meter - the very end bit of each "verse" matches "tip me over and pour me out." I am not saying one influenced the other or anything like that (some people out there do seem to think that) - but the two are rhythmically and musically similar.
01:30:00 AM Jul 31st 2014
While "not even close" is a bad edit reason that doesn't explain anything to people who don't know the work, relying on "many people" on message boards doesn't strike me as good evidence either.
01:21:38 PM Jul 31st 2014
A good point. That's why I'm bringing it up in discussion rather than starting an Edit War.
03:00:58 PM Aug 6th 2014
I don't see how you're getting Common Meter at all. "I'm a Little Teapot" is not common meter, since it's 9 9 9 8 if I remember the words right. If the Jeopardy! music had words, it would likely be 7 10 7 7. Neither of those is 8 6 8 6.
01:35:04 PM Mar 3rd 2013
Would "The Dreaded" appear in this list as there are "The Dreaded Opera Category" and "The Dreaded Spelling Category"? I once humorously suggested "The Dreaded Nuclear Physics Category" might be next