Tag Archive | conflict

TV Tropes Monday: War of Earthly Aggression

Tweet of the Day: Bad Life Decisions: Prologue, Chapters 1 & 2 ——- History repeats itself, no because people don’t learn from it, but because they learn the wrong lessons. How many times have colonist left their homes for distant shores in the hope of finding a lot of wealth, a plot of land to […]

TV Tropes Monday: Trapped Behind Enemy Lines

  Tweet of the Day: Frivolous Hobbies ——- War, as they say (whoever they are), is hell. It is blood, guts and unless your film is a piece of propaganda, very little glory. The threat of death and defeat, the chaos of combat, the contest of arms serves as the perfect set up for a […]

TV Tropes Monday: Booby Trap

  Tweet of the Day: The Other Magna Carta Monument ——- Depending on the setting, a Booby Trap can either be a sign of how low a dastardly villain will go or one of many survival techniques used by the combat pragmatist (anti)hero. This is a broad category of devices and setups that include such […]

TV Tropes Monday: N.G.O. Superpower

  Tweet of the Day: The Stars Seem So Far Away ——- An N.G.O. Superpower is a private entity, be it a corporation, individual or terrorist organization that while it is not a nation state it has the power to rival one. They are the perfect villains (and sometime heroes) in James Bond style action […]

TV Tropes Monday: Frontline General

Tweet of the Day: The Confidant ——– This trope applies to General or their equivalents (such as an Admiral or Grand Marshall) that spends more time among the troops in the front lines rather than back at HQ. The page accurately describes why this was so common back in the day and why this trope […]

TV Tropes Monday: A Storm is Coming

  Tweet of the Day: On sexism, sexual assault and the threat of the ‘non-bro’ ——- A Storm is Coming…. A trope used so often that it also a cliche. But why is this trope so popular? What is it about the image of a storm on the horizon that conveys doom and gloom like […]

Space for Rent: By Any Other Name

    There is a lot of hand wringing about the current situation in Iraq: who is at fault, who lied, who said the truth, and what if anything will the U.S. government will do about it. But even among the most savvy observers of the situation, the most liberal of minds, the root cause […]


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