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Dec 31st 2016 at 12:08:22 PM •••

Can anybody provide the specific name of a webcomic to go with this example:

  • In one webcomic, a character, realizing that his home is being burglarized, hides under the bed, and desperately tries to remember what he knows about how to deal with burglars- that they're after his stuff, not him, and won't kill him if he can't identify them. Much to his dismay, one looks under the bed to ask him a question.
    Burglar': He can't hear you because you have your mask off. Take your mask off, Joe Ghiribaldi.
    Burglar 2: Good idea, Michael Tiberius Smith!

Dec 5th 2014 at 7:39:42 AM •••

Why no real life examples? There's a bunch of stupid crooks irl.

I wanted to add the two idiots who tried to mug Chuck Noris

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Sep 3rd 2014 at 11:40:08 AM •••

This paragraph was added to the main description, without any additional examples that document anything like this occurring with the stated trope to begin with:

"Another version happens with people who are serious or experienced criminals, but who experience Motive Decay or It Gets Easier to the point of letting down the safeguards they previously used, taking more extreme risks, and generally falling victim to the Plethora of Mistakes that ensues from that."

Are there any examples we can add to the page that fit this description first?

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Feb 1st 2014 at 10:14:58 AM •••

Another Zero Context Example that needs fleshing out:

Sep 17th 2013 at 7:51:55 PM •••

Got a Zero Context Example here. It can go back on the page once anybody who knows more about this can elaborate on it some more...

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