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What would be the best way to fix the page?

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Deciding which pages should have their Real Life sections removed, and be listed on No Real Life Examples Please. Reasons to do so include contentiousness and high potential for flame wars.

Vote UP if you think the page's RL section should be cut.

Vote DOWN if you think the page should still be allowed RL examples.

Items with the trope name stricken (like so) have already been decided, with ten or more total votes, more than 48 hours on the crowner, and at least a 2:1 yes/no ratio. No further voting is needed on those items.

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Evil Is One Big, Happy Family: Not nice to call real people evil, and generally real life "bad guys" don't turn themselves into a grand league of evil. [Added 30th Jan '14 at 10:58:16 PM]

Butter Face: Calling real people ugly.
[Added 28th Jan '14 at 12:38:00 PM]

Kill 'em All: Extensive misuse of the trope to mean an order to kill everyone. As a trope normally used at the end of and to end a story, can not apply to real life. [Added 31st Jan '14 at 06:41:36 PM]

Foregone Conclusion: Is an Ending Trope about telling the ending of a narrative at the beginning. Real life doesn't have a narrative. Examples under it are more prediction of an ending than anything else. [Added 31st Jan '14 at 06:44:17 PM]

Evil Stole My Faith: The religious beliefs or lack thereof of real life people is beyond the wiki's mission.
[Added 5th Feb '14 at 06:32:04 PM]

Invincible Hero: Real Life doesn't have a narrative. It's more a catalog of sports winning streaks than any narrative invincible heroes. [Added 31st Jan '14 at 06:44:52 PM]

Nay-Theist: The religious beliefs or lack thereof of real life people is beyond the wiki's mission.
[Added 5th Feb '14 at 06:30:59 PM]

Woobie, Destroyer of Worlds: Calling Real Life people villains and evil. The description itself focuses on the "villain" thing in the third and fourth paragraphs. When tropers list someone as a WDOW, they're generally talking about a villain.
[Added 5th Feb '14 at 06:34:15 PM]

Have a Nice Death: Would erupt flaming.
[Added 20th Jan '14 at 05:07:39 PM]

Unfortunate Name: Too much "point and laugh" potential.
[Added 25th Jan '14 at 06:38:21 PM]

Tanks for Nothing: Already devoid of Real Life examples and even has the "no real life" tag in effect.
[Added 19th Jan '14 at 07:26:12 PM]

Malevolent Mugshot: Calling Real Life people villains.
[Added 16th Jan '14 at 08:52:53 AM]

Awesome Mc Cool Name: Change to In Universe Examples only. Shoehorning in RL folder, subjective trope.
[Added 5th Feb '14 at 06:33:23 PM]

Morally Ambiguous Doctorate: Calling Real Life people evil.
[Added 16th Jan '14 at 08:52:24 AM]