It also counts as torture under the Geneva Convention and is outlawed in all civilized states.
So, what about shows that have aired in one country but not another? e.g. Dr Who, BSG (which was shown in the UK ahead of the US for some series, and the other way around for others).
Is discussing the latest episode of a show that has aired in the UK, but not the US (or vice versa) classed as a spoiler, or not?
I'm thinking mainly about the US, UK, and Canada, but there are obviously a number of other English, and non-English speaking countries represented here.
Robin Williams: "In England, if you commit a crime, the police don't have a gun and you don't have a gun. If you commit a crime, the police will say, 'Stop, or I'll say stop again.'"
PWD: "you're the seed, the relationship is the soil, and the love and attention and work you put into the relationship is the sun and the rain that feeds it. What grows from that is what you always were meant to become."
"We will have so much winning if I get elected that you may get bored with winning. Believe me.” - Trump
That said, the spoilers thing is probably a best used with some intelligence. Again, don't be a dick.
Hm. Well, we got that cleared up.
"You think Osama is regretting giving his personal information on the Playstation Network?" - Remathilis
To clear things up further on my end:
Conversation = good.
Two threads on one show = bad.
Spoilers = Not clearly defined, hence the thread.