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In a discussion about the missing Argentinian submarine, a submariner describes what it would be like to be on board.
143
France has overtaken Britain as 5th economy in the world. The subreddit celebrates by changing lyrics of "I will survive".
60
Redditor offers to buy "a whole Christmas" for needy families on reddit in 2017...and he's been doing this for years
9920
User thinks orangutang is a giraffe. Hilarious paint drawing explains his POV!
17
Reddit shill explains how they're paid to manipulate online discussion
36
User gives in-depth explanation of what products use Cobalt after a Model S driver gets an unwelcomed note on their car
25
The security system at work arms itself, he is the only one there today, and he doesn't know the disarm code but that's the least of /u/DTDude's worries.
8
Redditor explains what it's like to live under surveillance in a country "generally assumed to be a dictatorship".
30
/u/FleetInBeing eloquently illustrates the moral and economic dilemma in supplying arms to unsavoury regimes
7944
u/HikeMoffman explains the difference between experiencing -17 and -30 degree celsius cold
4
PCMR u/Destructopuppy Gives a detailed instructions on saving your mechanical keyboard from beverage spills
94
/u/FontPeg explains why now we need Net Neutrality protections when we did not have them before 2015
78
Redditor describes the horror of sleep walking and eating.
219
Redditor discovers hidden progression speed limits which encourage microtransactions in Destiny 2
107
u/theevolvingatheist gets some petty revenge on an anti-vaxx relative by not attending Thanksgiving. Posts recipe for amazing baked mac and cheese.
83
Man being domestically abused asks UK for help, people genuinely rally round for support.
823
Redditor educates us with a reply as to why a war with North Korea would be a bad idea. Quality of reply written like a research paper impresses many.
47
Redditor explains why internet nostalgia makes no sense
20
On this Thanksgiving day, mom recounts how 11 years ago her 3-year old son became a vegetarian, and how she makes sure that he too has a great Thanksgiving meal today
6990
Redditor photoshops very accurate picture of Ashit Pai
35693
Redditor explains why net neutrality matters, as if to someone who uses libraries.
18
Redditors create the cat version of Notorious B.I.G. - "Juicy" in the comments of an article
10
/u/diarrhea_shnitzel's shitty resume
909
Redditor identifies a potential weak link on the 5-member FCC Committee that will decide on Net Neutrality & offers messaging suggestions based on his history
25
Redditors deliver free Thanksgiving meals to those in need.
34
Daishomaru gives a lengthy talk about chickens in Japan after watching the latest Food Wars episode
42
Redditor posts a photoshopped image in various locations featuring the previous location each time.
67361
Redditor lists all the times IPSs have illegally broken Net Neutrality laws.
21
/u/Bradley__ continuously writes an impressively detailed short story over five comments, about waiting in an airport terminal.
50
User explains how the FCC works using an... odd example
22
Redditor simplistically explains why large companies may choose not to pay off their debts
271
/u/truefalseequivalence breaks down why Voting Democrat would have protected and expanded Network Neutrality
15
Redditor psychoanalyzes Thomas the Tank Engine
3097
u/ssldvr posts the fcc phone number for filing a complaint against Pai's net neutrality revocation plan, then /u/pezhore proveds the option selections for getting to the operator immediately as well as the proceeding number to file the complaint against.
29
American Redditor answer a non-american why Net Neutrality keeps being an issue that needs to be defended in the US
361
User explains how the Net Neutrality vote works (only 5 people decide) and how we need to flip only one of them to save it.
43
User reverse engineers an app's encryption to restore data from an app that no longer works on iOS 11
0
Of all the Reddit Net Neutrality moments, this is my favorite
22
Redditor gives some of the best advice of all time.
42
Best of: Reddit user agrees to build a doggie wheelchair
459 caw81 > Otherwise, you should try to plan out your sandwich before you arrive. Or at least order. But you never know who is going to be standing in front of you but too chickenshit to catch the deli guy's eye first, even though it's his turn, so just be ready or be flexible. ... > When you order, say it loud and clear. Almost like you're yelling at the guy. Command him to let you "get" something. Great tips for big crowded cities.
765 PartlyDave I loved my corner bodega/deli when I lived in Brooklyn. It was open 24 hours a day and the guys got to know me and would call me "Boss". "How you doin, Boss?" "You want sandwich, Boss?" I was closer to my bodega guys than my neighbors in my building.
104 Laminar_flo The trick is to find your 'spot', and you just keep going there until they know your sandwich and how you want your coffee/bagel when you walk in. For a bodega, you need two - one by work and one by your home. One of the hidden pain in the ass factors to moving or switching jobs is finding new spots.
124 BillyBalowski Can I get a bacon egg and cheese on a roll, salt pepper and ketchup?
243 topcheesehead I kinda want a NYC bodega sandwich now...
77 Minelayer This is like if you could read one of those old timey NYC photos, you get the feel, the nuance... and it's kinda perfect "You wanches?"
40 RanninWolf I'm lost is this a joke? It says removed...
178 bogusnot This is an amazing description
27 generic_nonsense I'd be the simple midwestern constantly saying 'yes please' and 'thank you'.
19 sedatemenow I forgot to tell the guy at the cornerstore that I wanted mayo on my sandwich. So when I asked if he could put some on, he acted like I called him mother a whore.
43 vivestalin as a native new yorker, its always interesting to me to see people go so in depth about something i've never given a second thought to.