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Sep 20th 2013 at 12:02:33 PM •••

"Dr. Silberman, a minor character in the first The Terminator movie (who plays a larger role in Terminator 2: Judgment Day and makes a cameo in Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines) is a psychiatrist who is so convinced that Sarah Connor is a Windmill Crusader that he becomes a Windmill Crusader himself. The time-travelling robots are really No Mere Windmill, but in his refusal to believe this reality he clings on to a Windmill Political about hallucinations."

Uh, no. Silberman did not have a cause to be a Windmill Crusader about. He does fall into the No Mere Windmill trope, but the No Mere Windmill page already has that covered.

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Apr 3rd 2011 at 10:17:04 PM •••

From How To Write An Example:

"Don't rely on You Tube or other URL links: Don't put in an example that entirely boils down to "watch this You Tube video to understand what the heck I'm talking about!"

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Dec 29th 2010 at 4:03:38 AM •••

no real life examples? oh please, there's plenty of agreement on the titanic being an example of this

or rather I should say the designer and all that, or maybe I've gone and missed the trope that covers it exactly...

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Dec 29th 2010 at 9:55:23 AM •••

Hmm, such historical examples are indeed uncontroversial. Lets allow history examples while still forbidding contemporary Real Life. If it gets out of hand anyway, we can always nuke it.

However, I think people behind the Titanic lacks the Crusader part of Windmill Crusader: The Titanic being unsinkable was a Windmill Political. Adding it there.

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