Anthony DiPierro schrieb:
It's also common sense that an encyclopedia
article on [[Fahrenheit
451]] is going to contain, you know, details on the plot of Fahrenheit
So can we please please get rid of [[template:spoiler]] while we're at it?
Hell, I'm going to start a new thread on this, cause I'm serious. I
hate that template.
17 supporters, 81 people voting contra and 29 against even posing the
question for an encyclopedia.
was a very useful example.
PS: some random musings...
==Spoiler warning: Plot and/or ending details follow===
- spoiler warning present, though
- *wow* Mozart dies, who would have
- I was reading the book
looking forward to the end and now you've spoiled it *booohooo*
- another work which people
only read for its really surprising plot and end
- "The film fades to
black as the entire crowd sings the Horst Wessel Lied." - who would have
- I mean, there's one
person who was really very sad when someone told her the outcome of the
tragedy. But she's a fictional movie character. (big surprise: the
article about the movie _lacks_ a spoiler warning!)