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Mar 25th 2019 at 1:45:32 PM •••

Wait, why are the \"getting crap past the radar\" examples being removed? The \"chorizo\" thing is a legit example of that trope.

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Mar 25th 2019 at 2:00:16 PM •••

Highly doubtful. Cut the entire example, however, since it was factually inaccurate.

Mar 25th 2019 at 2:27:12 PM •••

Cutting the whole example is fine, but what do you mean \"highly doubtful\"? The \"chorizo\" joke is... pretty absolutely deliberate.

Mar 25th 2019 at 2:30:11 PM •••

Radar is non-YMMV, so it shouldn\'t be on YMMV anyway.

Mar 25th 2019 at 2:32:19 PM •••

But then why was the entire radar page removed?

EDIT: Nevermind, I see it now. Carry on.

Edited by BabyCharmander
May 17th 2019 at 11:11:11 AM •••

So, I stand corrected. Upon a rewatch, someone does say he died choking on a chorizo, I forgot that part and only remembered the fact that it was food poisoning ( well, he thought it was, of course).

Given that, I\'d actually think it\'s a valid example of Getting Crap Past The Radar, but still not one for Crossing The Line Twice since he didn\'t choke on sausage... that\'s just a single line crossing. I\'ll bring it up in the GCPTR discussion thread.

Edited by Larkmarn
Jan 7th 2018 at 11:08:47 PM •••

Nope. It was already discussed on the CM thread.

Nov 25th 2017 at 10:51:16 PM •••

La llorona from the song that Imelda sings isn't La Llorona from the Legend. So it's not a genius bonus (but I wasn't sure if to delete it). The song in fact is known to have been around since the Mexican Revolution. According to the wall on the Rivera's house, they have been doing shoes since 1921. So it means that the parents of Coco have been together since the Mexican Revolution, when this song was first sung (and also it gives us an idea of where is located Santa Cecilia, on the state of Oaxaca).

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