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The whole entry on YMMV.Murphy Brown for Vindicated by History, not just the second level bullet, should be removed for shoehorning.
VBH has absolutely nothing to do with being mentioned by a politician or outlasting them in the public's view, but the show's critical and audience reception improving after it was less well received when it first showed. As I recall (over two decades later, with a memory that could give black holes pointers on how to suck ) that it was well-received when it was originally airing, winning and being nominated for a bunch of TV show awards and having pretty good ratings from the audience.
edited 25th Jan '18 4:05:36 PM by Nohbody
Next, I've found a LOT of Natter on Ready Player One. Here are two examples:
Zapping the sub-bullets.
Edit: One more. This one's older:
edited 11th Feb '18 5:04:27 PM by jameygamer
Would the two sub-bullets on this example from Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri qualify as Natter?:
That IS a violation of the indentation rules, that I can tell you.
Natter on Balto.
The first example could have the offending bullet incorporated into the one above. The second example, I'd just delete the natter.
Deleted the Truth in Television bit from the examples listed above.
The video game section of Chivalrous Pervert is getting a bit nattery. Some of the sub-bullets could easily be condensed into one entry. How should we handle the entries for series with multiple games? Should we go with one sub-bullet per character, or per game?
It seems to me that those would be one of the few places a third-level bullet is acceptable.
A generic example to illustrate:
That makes sense, although I do think most of them can be condensed to a single entry per character (and fleshed out to avoid ZC Es.)
Ive been working to clean up Our Dwarves Are All the Same but the Discwold examples are frankly to much for me. Could someone help me to 1: Combine them into one example, I would suggest putting it in the Dwarvergent category and 2: Remove the discussion/speculation on the main page.
Hollywood Cuisine seems to be rather full of natter, bad indentation, and misuse (discussing real cuisine instead of fiction's misrepresentations).
Awesome.Dear America is both poorly formatted and full of natter.
Natter on YMMV.Stargate The Ark Of Truth:
Trimmed it down to this:
Think it needs any more?
Does the Replacement Scrappy entry on YMMV.Fantasmic look like it needs rewriting?
Is this natter?
From YMMV.Avengers: Infinity War.
Yes, but honestly those seem like bad examples (especially the one about Thanos) in general and should be cut altogether, IMO.
It was edited to remove the natter by another user. Now it reads as follows:
Like I said, the first one still doesn't work because we have a pretty clear precedent about What an Idiot! entries not requiring characters to be emotionless perfectly rational robots. The Thor bit I'm less certain about, but I'm still inclined to say cut it (especially the latter bits).
CowboyBebopAtHisComputer.Web Media has a lot of Word Cruft, natter, questionable examples, and some gushing.
" An image for the "Bleach Has No Backgrounds!" meme had a shot of Bleach compared to a shot from Naruto and One Piece respectively. While this isn't a problem if you want to make a point, the problem is that the pictures from the other two were of cities, while the picture from Bleach was of...Hueco Mundo, a statedly empty and barren desert. Arguably, the real issue is that Naruto had a visibly bigger animation budget (possibly because the original manga's art style was inspired by AKIRA and they wanted to do it justice), and One Piece's art style (being more cartoony) works better with a smaller budget than Bleach's does. "
" When The Nostalgia Critic announced his appearance in the Entrepreneur magazine, we all went straight to or searched for the article online! But here's the thing: Mike Ellis and Mike Michaud have been mislabeled in the article. Plus, Doug and the Mikes are listed as co-founders and runners of Channel Awesome...but not even a mention of Bhargav? Moreover, the article actually goes into detail in another Channel Awesome website, the much less popular Chicago nightlife review site Barfiesta instead of mentioning Bhargav, when that site is actually Bhargav's pet project. Weird, huh? "
" Cracked has had serious fact-checking problems with video games in particular. It's referenced at least five times on the Video Games page. "
"TV Tropes tends to get this treatment an odd number of times, especially from social justice sites, which sometimes attempt to paint the site in a sexist or racist light. Many seem to be under the bizarre impression that mentioning sexism or inequality at all is the same as supporting it. Except of course when you explicitly state that racism and pedophilia is bad. As a wiki, the site has been subject to some editors on an overly enthusiastic Pædo Hunt that justifies the site's own criticism of some such groups. "
" The authors of My Immortal have been laughed off by most Goths (and really pretty much everyone) as "posers" and "mall goths", with one particular red flag being a glaring case of Pop-Culture Isolation in Chapter 33; in which they describe The Exorcist as a Slasher Film despite being one of (if not the) most famous horror movie of all time. And even if they didn't know what it's actually about is in the name. Yet again it's apparently called "The Exercise" ,so maybe it's another movie all together. "
edited 12th May '18 11:07:50 PM by lalalei2001
Periphery Demographic needs a lot of help in the examples.
Candy Candy's pages seem very nattery at parts, but I don't know enough about the series to fix it.
" Hate Sink: The Regans are definitely designed so you want to get in there and strangle them to death. Yes: Mom, daughter, son. All of them! (Though only the latter two are more prominent)"
" Creator Provincialism: Averted really hard: Despite being an original Japanese manga, not only does the whole plot take place in the U.S. and England, there is not a single Japanese character to help the Japanese audience empathize with the plot. This makes sense due to the setting (1910-1920). The closest to this trope would be the very subtle use of the very Japanese "Cherry Blossoms" trope. Specially when you know what it means for the Japanese: a reflection on how brief life is... which is used to great effect as Cool Old Guy Mc Dermott passes away while sitting underneath a blooming cherry tree."
" Misaimed Fandom: Considering that Candy Candy is a shoujo manga from The '70s, it had pretty revolutionary 'messages': "Be honest to yourself", "Don't throw away your own beliefs", "Work hard to earn what you get in life", "Don't give up on your purposes", "Romance is important, yes, but not the end and be all to a life". The fandom, however, ignores almost all of them only to focus on the romantic part of the plot, and specially on loudly complaining because Candy and Terry didn't end up together. Even older fans in their 30's and 40's, who should know better, fall into this trap. "
" Values Resonance: A shoujo manga from The '70s that isn't necessarily centered ONLY on romance and tells people that they can be whatever they want to be in life, as long as they work hard for it? HELL YES! "
I think YMMV.Rise Of The Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles needs a look at.
Found this on Man of Steel (2018), which looks like it could do with a rewrite considering it's borderline Wall of Text:
I think I spotted Natter for the new episode of Westworld, on Westworld S 02 E 08 Kiksuya:
Dear God, if you thought the Mesa security was bad to begin with, it is truly shocking here. Akechta is able to pretend to have an update installed over the course of four hours, and the techs leave him alone for this. He's able to explore enough of the Mesa to find Cold Storage and make it back without a single person noticing. By the way, he's covered in black and white war paint the entire time, and sticks out like a sore thumb. Adding to this, nobody noticed he hadn't been updated for nearly ten years, and had been exploring the park in the interim, completely off script.
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