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What would be the best way to fix the page?

At issue:

Deciding which pages should have their Real Life sections removed. 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.

To check if something has already been voted on, please see Keep Real Life Examples.

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Evil Pays Better: Calling Real Life buisnessmen and others evil
[Added 10th May 2013 at 01:05 PM]

Overlord Jr. - A villain trope. While there's nothing problematic in it yet, in these cases prevention is best.note 
[Added 24th May '13 at 09:34:33 AM]

Happily Married - Too common to list Real Life examples, and not relevant to the wiki's mission.
[Added 1st May '13 at 09:00:40 PM]

Bald of Awesome - Shoehorning, most examples are more appropriate in other sections, and potential Flame War material in regards to politicians.
[Added 1st May '13 at 09:01:13 PM]

Anyone Can Die - In Real Life this is People Sit On Chairs.note 
[Added 2nd May '13 at 07:18:24 PM]

No Bisexuals - Not true in real life
[Added 22nd May '13 at 03:12:57 PM]

Evil Has a Bad Sense of Humor - Evil trope
[Added 29th Apr '13 at 04:01:35 AM]

Dick Dastardly Stops to Cheat - Villain action trope, and the wiki isn't for calling Real Life people villains.
[Added 3rd May '13 at 08:53:39 AM]

Evil Chancellor - Evil Trope
[Added 4th May '13 at 09:20:20 PM]

Outside-Context Villain - Calling RL people villains.
[Added 5th May '13 at 07:13:43 AM]

Dumb Blonde - calling real people dumb (no RL examples yet, but best to stop them before they start being added).
[Added 4th May '13 at 02:20:58 PM]

Inspirationally Disadvantaged: Whether a real life disadvantaged person is "inspirational" is purely subjective.
[Added 5th May '13 at 02:17:55 AM]