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Our month long experiment with allowing /r/askreddit here again has ended, please provide your feedback regarding it in this thread.
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/u/LarBrd33 explains the secret origin of Fergie and the Black Eyed Peas
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/u/exis007 explains what you should (and shouldn't) accept from a partner
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User shares screenshot of a Twitter DM with the company TurboTax, alerting them to the fact that their ad was posted on T_D, they then removed the ad and are looking into the situation further
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User claims that yoga cures cancer citing research papers. Another user actually goes through the papers and shows how that's not the case
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Redditor explains why the US recruited Nazi scientists, and lists some of the more notable contributors to the US space program
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User perfectly describes why US is vulnerable to Russian bots
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Redditor gives step-by-step explanation on how to pronounce a long german word
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User figures out who the sexual misconduct allegations on the Dallas Mavericks are on before it's revealed
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Redditor experiences mishap in bus and blames the driver. Another redditor who happened to be in the very same bus gives a better explanation as to what happened.
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/u/derpynarwhal9 gives a perfect analogy for how to feel for lumps for breast cancer
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/u/GearBent gives Eggs facts and people want more
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/u/c_forrester_thorne illustrates how the deep state is simultaneously controlling everything and incapable of achieving anything
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/u/signsandwonders calculates the average of all the presidents birthdays - the answer is July 4th.
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Redditor misses the mark on a GE stock prediction, eats his sock as promised, posts video proof
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Subscription joke leads to user sharing a dozen EGG FACTS™!
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Florida teacher describes a fire drill at their school today where everyone refused to leave their rooms. Other teachers comment about how scared their students are across the country.
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Redditor explains what Australia did to prevent gun related deaths.
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American asks UK citizens the etiquette of paying in UK strip clubs, almost every answer comes with expected British humour.
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Redditor knows what Elon Musk is really up to
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/u/the_straw-man compares current day USA with "how the Roman Republic turned into the Roman Empire". A brief conversation on Roman history ensues.
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/u/datraceman gives a very accurate description of what a megachurch in the city of Birmingham, AL is really like.
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Hotel Front Desk Staff Eats Dinner With Man Whose Wife is in the Neighboring Hospital Every Evening for 2 Months.
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/u/SkiThe802 explains how sports timing works in racing events and thus why there was a tie for gold in bobsled
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70 year old grandma gives advice about life
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Reddator describes how a dislocated shoulder kept him out of the Boston bombing marathon
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/u/NoSuch explains why college students might actually be overcooking and burning popcorn on purpose
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/u/whitexknight has a thought provoking plan for eternity as an immortal
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Redditor breaks down in incredible detail how to be better at competitive pokemon
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Programmer lists his plan to churn out dozens of slight variations of the same app
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Succinct counter-argument to the defense against tyranny intent of the 2nd amendment
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/u/918AmazingAsian breaks down what went wrong with BvS
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User /u/loser4455 explains how the symbiotic relationship with bacteria in our mouth works and a hilarious thread of replies ensues
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In the wake of news that Barnes and Noble is circling the drain, commentator lists a DOZEN ways the company has failed to innovate over the past decade
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TIFU thread turns into a demonstration of impressive vocabulary
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Redditor gives worst case scenario to an underage party
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Redditor describes the most beautifully suicidal animal on earth.
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Redditor briefly explains how stocks in a company works.
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Video of children in Africa seeing/hearing a fiddle for the first time. Real life fiddler shows up in Reddit.
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A man explains how to effectively catch pigeons in the city
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Comment chain of puns
12 cfmat Open up some later Koei games or Castlevania 3 and you'll see this in action - much larger boards. You'll also notice Famicom carts, there were more and more that were taller than normal as the years went by as they could not accomadate the bigger boards. L'empereur and Lagrange Point for instance. Also, some of the very early NES carts are actually Famicom boards plugged into an adapter to use up surplus parts or due to chip scarcity (I have heard both reasons) - you need extra headspace for that.
3 huthouston Why would it not be cheaper to add hardware straight to the NES? This system, while 'cleaner' to the consumer, has a ton of redundancy.