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This one isn't angry. But it is definitely a meltdown.
Yes, a meltdown of extreme politeness would be amusing to see...
Meltdown implies heat. I say anger is required and angry meltdown is redundant.When someone has a big laughing fit, you don't call it a meltdown.
If you want meltdown, check out Hillary .
If you want meltdown, check out Hillary.ps.....it is pretty raunchy and chucks PC out the window.
I think you're being too literal.Wasn't there an incident where a newsreader killed herself on the air?A meltdown implies (to me) a dramatic and sudden loss of functionality. Anger, sure, but also grief or complete shock (not a sudden, momentary surprise, but one the person doesn't recover from on the air).
Meltdown implies heat.It can also imply liquidity. If a personal suddenly broken down into sobbing and nose-blowing, I would call that a meltdown.
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