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6799
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27
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211
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8939
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13
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12
Reddit user finds perfect euphemism for piracy
14
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2
User makes a case for Stephen Speilberg as one of the great directors, using examples from several of his films.
12056
Redditor breaks down exactly how Bit Coin Mining works.
13
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25
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90
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18
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138
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61
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18
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288
Jeremy Lin finds support from unexpected places
28
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0
Redditor perfectly sums why Trump isn't being hit with the same consequences as Harvey Weinstein in breathtaking fashion
55
Inside redditor details how one of the previously largest and most popular computer hardware and software retailers in Canada NCIX is dying/dead
7315
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25
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20
CG_Ops provides a vivid image to the experience of riding a motorcycle
18873
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40
Redditor explains how to manage your social media accounts to increase your happiness without getting rid of them
6
Redditor unwittingly works for a mafia gun warehouse
17
Irishman explains how he became a supporter of the football club he now loves.
10
/u/verheyen has the answer to the ultimate question. What came first, the chicken or the egg?
8
/u/Hrodebert54 asks for fantasy football advice. Redditors choose to share their plans for the weekend instead.
127
/u/SunkenDota offers to prove that the author/sponsor of a Michigan bill built to outlaw community broadband couldn't pass high school math, and even paid for the tutor to take full courses.
340
Redditor discovers anti bullying hidden camera ad contains hired actors portrayed as real customers
35
The first response to the first post on Reddit shares wisdom across the ages
87
/u/ed_merckx explains how the salary bonuses to management of failing retailer Sears will probably be used, the road Sears took to attempt recovery (as opposed to pure profiteering), and where that road may likely lead in the next couple years.
16
User posts his friends instagram in the comments. Apple ends up commenting on his instagram requesting to use his photos.
51
Redditor shares a story on how a starving kid was able to get lunch.
91
Former Minor League Umpire explains just how hard it is to be a catcher
23
Redditor weighs in on BRIC economic policy during a soccer discussion
301
OP, Author John Green, Delivers by Helping A Redditor Propose At One Of His Events
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
5 Tonkarz So... leadership: 9, tactics: 7?

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