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Trope of the Day: Had to Come to Prison to Be a Crook

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Trope of the Day: The Computer Shall Taunt You

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Trope of the Day: Magic Versus Science

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If you are a hypothetico-deductivist, this makes a lot of sense, since you cannot prove anything, only refute it. Much the reason why science is just a lot of conjecture, but is getting better due to how hypotheses are constantly tested and made more rigorous.
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Trope of the Day: Mutually Assured Destruction

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Trope of the Day: What Measure Is a Mook?

Killed some Mooks? No problem, it's not like they matter.

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Trope of the Day: You Get What You Pay For, by Mike Howland

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Trope of the Day: Crippling Overspecialization

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I was 46 years old when I was first diagnosed with prostate cancer in 2012. During my annual physical, my doctor noticed that my PSA, or prostate-specific antigen, score, which can be an indicator of prostate cancer, had risen since the previous year. He wanted me to see an urologist for some tests—namely, a biopsy—to see if I had any signs of prostate cancer. The test came back positive.My initial reaction after hearing the diagnosis was one of panic and anger. I was mad that this was happening to me, but then I made the decision that I had to do something about it. I wasn’t sure about continuing treatment with the urologist I’d seen near my home outside of Hartford, Connecticut. My hesitation was not to do with his medical expertise, but with the feeling he was not speaking to me as a whole person. So I ended his service as a physician with me.During my search for a new doctor, my sister, who works as a nurse, told me about cannabis oil, so we decided to give it a try, we order it on line through, (Ricksimpsonoilcure@gmail.com), and it was delivered to us, after using the cannabis oil for a month we went for test and found out that the cancer cells was reducing, i just want to let the world know that am free from cancer, and also my advice to dose who are fighting cancerous disease, please be proactive to treatment, do not wait till it get worst before seeking solution, their is absolute cure for cancer. Please feel free to email Phoenix Tears via (Ricksimpsonoilcure@gmail.com)or visit his team face book page https://web.facebook.com/Ricksimpsonoilcure@gmail.com/ were i was able to purchase cannabis oil.Thanks.
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Trope of the Day: Sapient Steed

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I was 46 years old when I was first diagnosed with prostate cancer in 2012. During my annual physical, my doctor noticed that my PSA, or prostate-specific antigen, score, which can be an indicator of prostate cancer, had risen since the previous year. He wanted me to see an urologist for some tests—namely, a biopsy—to see if I had any signs of prostate cancer. The test came back positive.My initial reaction after hearing the diagnosis was one of panic and anger. I was mad that this was happening to me, but then I made the decision that I had to do something about it. I wasn’t sure about continuing treatment with the urologist I’d seen near my home outside of Hartford, Connecticut. My hesitation was not to do with his medical expertise, but with the feeling he was not speaking to me as a whole person. So I ended his service as a physician with me.During my search for a new doctor, my sister, who works as a nurse, told me about cannabis oil, so we decided to give it a try, we order it on line through, (Ricksimpsonoilcure@gmail.com), and it was delivered to us, after using the cannabis oil for a month we went for test and found out that the cancer cells was reducing, i just want to let the world know that am free from cancer, and also my advice to dose who are fighting cancerous disease, please be proactive to treatment, do not wait till it get worst before seeking solution, their is absolute cure for cancer. Please feel free to email Phoenix Tears via (Ricksimpsonoilcure@gmail.com)or visit his team face book page https://web.facebook.com/Ricksimpsonoilcure@gmail.com/ were i was able to purchase cannabis oil.Thanks.
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Trope of the Day: The Red Mage

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Trope of the Day: Xanatos Gambit

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Trope of the Day: Our Graphics Will Suck in the Future

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Trope of the Day: Fake Interactivity

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Well played.
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television tropes
Introduction
Tropes are devices and conventions that a writer can reasonably rely on as being present in the audience members' minds and expectations. On the whole, tropes are not clichés. The word clichéd means "stereotyped and trite."
 
In other words, dull and uninteresting. We are not looking for dull and uninteresting entries. We are here to recognize tropes and play with them, not to make fun of them.

The wiki is called "TV Tropes" because TV is where we started. Over the course of a few years, our scope has crept out to include other media. Tropes transcend television. They reflect life. Since a lot of art, especially the popular arts, does its best to reflect life, tropes are likely to show up everywhere.