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''Not to be confused with the [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Black_Friday_(disambiguation) various real-world Black Saturdays].''
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''Not to be confused with the [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Black_Saturday_(disambiguation) various real-world Black Saturdays].''
  
 
'''Black Saturday''' is the name used to refer to the nuclear exchange between the United States and China at the beginning of [[Doggieboy]]'s serial fic-in-progress [[Apocalyptic Daria]]. The term was first used during a radio broadcast by the U.S. military to inform citizens on the East Coast of ongoing military operations in the aftermath of the nuclear attacks and the resulting civil unrest.
 
'''Black Saturday''' is the name used to refer to the nuclear exchange between the United States and China at the beginning of [[Doggieboy]]'s serial fic-in-progress [[Apocalyptic Daria]]. The term was first used during a radio broadcast by the U.S. military to inform citizens on the East Coast of ongoing military operations in the aftermath of the nuclear attacks and the resulting civil unrest.

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