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OP plans party for her 10-year-old, gets 40 RSVPs but almost nobody shows up. Redditor asks her to get PO Box so s/he can send a card to the kid, and other Redditors from around the world promise to do the same.
418
Redditor details how banks do not act in the customer's best interest while acting as an adviser
516
Redditor drives 325 miles to collect pig from pig sanctuary after after it was found freezing at a park.
3149
Guy gets a '99 Subaru, immediately drives it into a gravel berm, friend makes a video to perfectly explain the situation
955
u/RonTheRetardRedditor describes his passion for hentai
11501
Redditor uncovers blatant spin in a highly upvoted article about Fox News - and that the news org is owned by Jared Kushner
219
/u/BadElf21 tells the tale of a doomed bumblebee
71
/u/AdrianBlake makes a passionate defense of ... air
174
Redditor explains why our user-feedback is just a guise and won't be implemented.
20
User explains catastrophic turbine failure in detail
0
User explains multi-level marketing, aka legal pyramid schemes
12
/u/Somobro explains the problem behind Rupi Kaur's poetry
1132
Two redditors engage in a gif war in which they continually post bugs from FIFA that show in-game players performing risque acts
9301
Redditor explains common core math thought process
5
Reddit does mad Max ripoffs
0
Human Explains about Whales
66
Redditor describes the last moments of his dog's life.
4
Redditor perfectly describes the terribleness of animal cruelty.
70
User Tastywave was at Disneyland the same day as Princess Diana and sons, and claims that they did in fact not not wait in lines
287
Redditor points out trumps many 'tells' or phrases he regularly uses vs what is actually the case
0
Linux redditor describes his security requirements
136
/u/patricksaurus explains why it's not OK to eat that Romaine in your fridge, even if you ate some of it yesterday and didn't get sick
19
/u/illapa13 details a very good theory as to where the God-Emperor of Mankind from Warhammer 40k was born.
66
One of the last Reddit comments Vern Troyer posted was telling someone who had never heard of him why he makes silly videos.
137
Redditor recognises porn video from the audio alone
4905
Former neckbeard list reasons behind neckbeard fashion style
1
Redditor explains the similarities between Intel's processors and My Little Pony
16
Redditor explains the quotation from "Pride and Prejudice" used at the funeral of Barbara Bush
42
RA-the-Magnificent on the current state of French politics
6667
Redditor explains how an anti-corruption measure being proposed in Mexico is probably going to be used corruptly
0
User makes a well timed pun on a famous redditors username.
4
/u/Onthelamfromthelaw explains gender differences regarding the perception of sexual expression
446
Redditor shares his genius/dementia in a reply to "What's your most Costanzian moment?"
0
Redditor asks color-blind user his favorite grey, response was perfect.
30
Redditor explains the importance of eating fermented foods as well as how intestinal flora differs genetically from country to country.
107
Black European's insightful post about racism in different European countries
47
Redditor connects his parents with the commander of the USN ship that rescued them in 1981.
77
User explains why iOS update kills 3rd party screen repairs, as well as Apple's disposition towards repair shops
22
An evil plan to run a Chad out of town is all an elaborate pun
48
Matt Barnes, a 14-year NBA veteran, explains why smoking marijuana is beneficial to professional athletes
6 ninja-robot I remember in the Revolutions podcast by Mike Duncan that his summary of Washington as a general was that he had overly ambitious battle plans that required too much coordination and timing to work as he wanted, especially with a primarily militia force but he could extract his forces in the blink of an eye and his men were loyal enough to him to charge into hell itself. As such even though he didn't win every battle he always had the men to keep trying which worked well in wearing the British down.
2 Creski Eh, from what I remember of my AP us history, he wasn't that great of a battlefield commander and often lost or was forced to retreat from his larger engagements. However the RW wasn't about winning every battle and this is where Washington should be commended. He is given tons of credit for his excellence logistical skill set, even with next to no supplies, disease, and the fact most of his men were not even being paid for their service he still found a way to keep his men focused and dedicated. To put it bluntly Washington was the best at retreating and given the RW's intention of spreading the british forces thin, this strategy proved effective. His successes can also be attributed to his excellence command staff, and although we can't blindly believe what we know about GW supposedly he was an excellent judge of character and ability. His generals and commanders were often accomplished leaders themselves
6 Tonkarz So... leadership: 9, tactics: 7?

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