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Justice League: Mueller - User provides interesting citations on the top notch team Mueller has assembled
/u/garroch tells a series of stories describing some of his favorite nights when he was a traveling businessman
Cartoon conjectures whether there exists a prime number whose binary representation on screen looks like a giraffe. User converts image of giraffe to binary. Turns out it's a huge prime number.
Historian explains the history of Ancient Rome's political and trade relationship with Sub-Saharan Africa
Giants fan redditor is asked whether he'd prefer the Eagles or Patriots win the Superbowl
Redditor says he streams his gameplays to no audience because he has no followers and after he says it’s a bit lonely, thousands of redditors join him in his channel.
User explains why we need whistle blowers and how whistle blowing is one of the most brave things someone can do
/u/mlhradio response to Republican journalist should be read by every Republican who blames "the party" for the Trump era
/u/Madlister provides insight into why the U.S. Healthcare system is so royally fucked
/u/-artgeek- explains why the Norse religion died out
Reddit user offers a diagnosis for a rattling home radiator issue on a cat picture.
u/avaslash explains why a video of kimchi being made is likely Chinese propaganda to appeal to city folk
Redditor explains that a majority of people experience "tonic immobility" during sexual assault, and that you shouldn't beat yourself up if you freeze.
u/blaydium asks George Clinton about funk reference in Old Gregg episode of Mighty Boosh. Updates with both George Clinton’s and Noel Fielding’s reactions.
A simple comment turns into a "small room for error" debacle
Redditor explains that “if you caption your breasts people are going to look at them”
Ontarian redditor gives inside look on phone companies call center fraud
Redditor shares his thoughts about aging and losing one's youth
User chimes in with the most spot-on breakdown of Trump I've ever read
Guy gets twitch famous with 2 reddit comments
Depression treatment, perfectly described from the inside
u/Archemedess wrote an interesting essay on the nature of memes. Earned a reddit silver.
Someone asked; 'What skills can a poor 19 y/o learn to help make an income and get further in life?'. The topic of horrible water in fire suppression systems came up. A brilliantly written funny story of when it goes a bit wrong...
Redditor recognizes his troop in a (successful) suicide rescue operation
u/Black_Walder_Frey explains the entire context of the game-winning play by the Minnesota Vikings, including backgrounds of how football works and their third-string quarterback
Redditor creates a beautifully terrifying story of someone's encounter with a huntsman spider in WTF
George Clinton's response to the thing he's seen at a performance
Redditor tells he streams games with commentary but has zero views. Reddit jumps in and the stream now has 500+ views.
User /u/The_Big_Daddy does a great job explaining the facts around the alternative view to the Aziz Ansari issue.
/u/J4CKR4BB1TSL1MS gives the entire plot to Pulp Fiction in emoji
/u/RamsesThePigeon explains why it's important to make jokes in response to horrifying situations.
An honest-to-god sports prophesy comes to fruition!
u/ks501's Law
15 y/o from Saudi Arabia kicked out for being gay, redditor offers to sponsor him.
Redditor possibly finds work as a molecular biologist with a single comment.
/u/dshezk9 starts 'the devil went down to georgia' about Charlie Daniels, taco bell and the illuminati. Reddit finishes it.
Redditor knows the village and men depicted in a gif - when someone asks for more info, gives a beautifully personal account of how his family would travel 14+ hours to attend mass there.
Redditor /u/anotherjunkie leaves wise words for enjoying life in response to a man talking about the day after the Hawaii scare.
An NBA player asks why the teaching of African culture in the US doesn't start with African royalty. An in-depth explanation follows.
Redditor posts that her Uber has a Carcade in it, Uber driver comes in and gives full details of the system he’s running, and his hair issue.
3670 0 drfarren "Fantasy Football for people who like Lord of the Rings and Harry Potter"
2902 0 FenrisFrost >You guys. I was, in fact, a party girl. But in this case party referred to me being an elven assassin in league with two dwarven kings and a half orc monk who was bffs with mother fuckin Bahamut. This was just a great line right here. I kind of imagined you saying it on the stand in a courtroom, it just added to it. In all seriousness, a t-shirt that says "Party Girl" with the outlines of D&D characters on it is a merchandising opportunity.
6285 0 psylentrob Wait, you're saying that were not supposed to go out and kill people? So I've been playing wrong all this time?!?
2476 0 Drxero1xero You may have got better terms if you convinced the lawyer you were part of an evil cult... - professional courtesy and all that. (ex lawyer)
1396 0 OvercaffeinateMe OMG lady, I feel you. I too engaged in a painful, drawn-out custody battle with an abusive ex-husband, and here are the things I had to prove to my lawyer based on bullshit my ex said about me: 1) That knitting is not an addiction, and that in no way have I been such a voracious knitter that my children have gone unfed or unwashed. 2) That the fan fiction I wrote BEFORE HE AND I HAD GOTTEN MARRIED TEN YEARS PRIOR was not erotic in any way (I had to send her copies where I could find them). 3) That my close friend who lived on the other side of the world was not my secret boyfriend (I had to send her conversations he and I had had about his girlfriend). 4) That my interest in video games was comparatively casual and did not in any way demonstrate an unwillingness to be irresponsible with money (I had to send her bank records with all video game purchases highlighted). 5) That posting memes on Facebook was not “code” for my supposed lying, cheating, betraying ways. Lawyers have to know every damn thing because they don’t want to be surprised. She clearly knows jack about D&D and has to assume the judge doesn’t either, meaning she has to reassure the judge that you are not in a devil-worshipping cult. 😂
931 0 maybeaniphoneuser Weird. In my experience, lawyers make EXCELLENT D&D players. Same with Magic the Gathering, it's a rules game, and lawyers love rules.
307 0 JamesNinelives > We got a ride from our DMs Dad like we were 14. The rest of your story aside, I find this detail adorable \^\^.
154 0 zubalove Like anyone needs a 20-sided die to worship Satan.
247 0 hardy_and_free I hope your lawyer asks equally absurd questions regarding your ex's video gaming. "You play a lot of first person shooters. How do I know you're not out actually killing others?"
313 0 throwawaywork11 This is why when I discuss playing with anyone I don't know well enough I just say "I am playing board games".
106 0 tsularesque The only murdering I do at D&D is brutally wiping out my PCs' dreams.