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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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Redditor details how effective the Russian propaganda campaign was and how it prompted them to change their vote in 2016
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u/RunDNA shows a list of 241 posts from T_D that have been linked to one of the fake Russian twitter accounts from yesterday’s indictment. Top comment by u/f_k_a_g_n actually shows over 1,000 posts from T_D linked to the same twitter account.
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Redditors rewrite Eminem's Without Me after a man was caught using a cell phone jammer to block the signals of everyone around him on his work commute.
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The contagion theory of school shootings and why "mental health" and "gun control" won't fix the underlying problem.
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Redditor investigates and finds that OP who “ran into” Michael B. Jordan most likely works for Disney
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Veterans and active duty military members network to get Junior ROTC member, Peter Wang, a burial with military honors after he lost his life bravely helping others to escape the Florida school shooting.
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/u/khalo0odz defends Lebron James after Laura Ingraham's statements and explains how Lebron is the perfect example of the 'American Dream'
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u/SenorBeef perfectly explains why an Assault weapons ban is not a good idea, will only hurt Democratic party
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Redditor u/yakusokuN8 lays out exactly how a toxic narcissist will react to hurting your feelings.
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Redditor writes a touching children's story on-the-fly about a baby elephant learning that it's ok to be different.
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User calls out what 9GAG really is.
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User notes Russian indictment mentions US citizen being paid "to build a cage large enough to hold an actress depicting Clinton in a prison uniform". Another user comes through with a photo of a parade around election time featuring an actress in a cage dressed as Clinton in a prison uniform.
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Redditor decides to quit smoking in the comments of a post about a man saved by CPR, receives great support from other redditors
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Google removes the super useful 'view image' button on Google Image Search, u/d3ver promptly offers a fix to bring the functionality back.
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u/tremble_and_despair - Links to a two year old thread that literally mirrors one of the charges found in the indictment of 13 Russian officials, who have been charged for interfering in the US Election. This shows how Russian narratives influenced supporters of Bernie Sanders to turn on Hillary.
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Redditor explains how a programming language gets a bad reputation, giving a brief history of PHP.
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Former Nice Guy provides concise and thorough advice on dating and unrequited love
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Redditor explains the difference in gun ownership of the USA and the rest of the world
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(crypto) /u/arsonbunny nails why threads asking "When is $10,000 per ETH realistic?" are actually really, really risky right now, with 'Tether' about to blow up into a full-blown scandal.
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Montana cowboy /u/kingrural delivers a really interesting perspective on unsustainable agricultural practices.
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Officer, who helped clear room OP was in during school shooting, shows up in I/AMA to offer heartfelt condolences and advice
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Autistic redditor combs through the FCC net neutrality comments, finds 1.3 million copies of one spambot comment
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Redditor shares a picture of their daughter hugging one of the comfort dogs in Parkland Florida. Another Redditor pens touching poem from the view of the support dog.
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Redditor gives a great (first-hand) explanation of how Australia went about it's gun "ban"
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NBA fan details how he prevented an Alt-Right Woman from running for the Virginia Senate
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Redditor points out that a prison joke title erroneously implied a "twelve days of Christmas" theme, another Redditor composes several epic verses of "The Twelve Days of Prison"
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u/MxGRRR points out (with evidence) how a subreddit about “awful taste but great execution” frequently takes meaningful and well-considered artistic statements completely out of context
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Florida Shooting: User excellently summarizes how the FBI and law enforcement failed to enforce gun control law
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Reddit User Calls out Reddit admins for t_D's role in Radicalizing Florida Shooter
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Redditor beautifully explains Aaron Feis - the man who died protecting students.
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Redditor u/icecityx1221 helps OP's wife find a new job after she was fired for being unable to be vaccinated due to pregnancy
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u/alexdrac gives a thoughtful analysis of why the EU is devastating rural Romania
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Redditor makes parody video for Syscoin cryptocurrency and the Syscoin team chimes in, and ends up hiring him.
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Forget campaign promises or 3am cheeseburger tweets. Redditor highlights Koch brothers' disturbing manifesto that Trump is actually following. Currently 67% complete.
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Redditor details the issue with democracy and how/why Russia is destabilising the US democracy
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/u/az4521 creates script returning Google Images' "View Image" button to search results, after removal
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So I went to Iraq with a Kevin. [in 12 parts]
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NSFW BDSM gone wrong NSFW
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User gets their closure after years of wondering why their Simpson's game quit working
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/u/3tt07kjt on indie game developers writing their own engines versus using prebuilt ones
619 Jemima-Racktool I don't really care about a kid crying or having a tantrum screaming, kids are nutty assholes and the parents probably already want to throttle them. I take issue however, when a child is playing in the supermarket or wherever and running about like a feral swan and screeching and the parent is doing absolutely nothing. Last week I had a kid run around the corner of the freezer section in tesco's and collide head on with my metal trolley. About seven years old and flapping about like a twat.
818 unholynight The statement is great for places like Wal-Mart or Target but I can't tell you how many times I've been to a restaurant or a movie just to have my time wasted because of a screaming kid. I understand that there isn't much you can do but at least leave so you aren't ruining others peoples' time.
40 xilpaxim Two hour tantrums? Jesus that sounds like a nightmare. And I thought 20 minutes has been bad. Worst my kid has done so far was flip out when we were almost done so I just took him outside to the car. He calmed down in about 5 minutes.
161 forwardseat I think a simpler explanation of this is that you can't train any creature - baby, child, dog, horse - without exposure. Nobody's perfect the first time, but you can't get then perfect without putting them through it and taking them out. (I've heard this a lot with horses: if the horse is afraid of cars, don't take it on the road! Well how do you get the horse unafraid of cars without taking it on the road? Same with babies and kids. They can't learn to behave in public without going in public.) All that said, you also don't take kid to a five star restaurant if they can't sit still at burger king.
20 monkeysinmypocket My mother is particularly intolerant of bad behaviour but when I expressed annoyance about a kid in a buggy screaming in Ikea she said "He's bored out if his mind, strapped in, has no control over a situation which probably feels like it will never end. Flatpack furniture is the last thing he's interested in. Anyone would be crying!" I kind of got the point.
16 Warphead The exception is movie theaters. Get your goddamn baby out of the movie theater, you shouldn't have brought a goddamn baby to a movie in the first place. If you didn't want to have a baby, you shouldn't have, but now you did, so don't bring them to the fucking movies until they're old enough to want to watch the movie. I don't give a fuck how bad you want to watch the movie, so do the other people there, that's why they didn't bring babies.
105 wizardlydray You know what’s worse than being around a screaming child in public? Being a parent that stuffs candy in their hand or a cell phone in their face to shut them up, instead of letting them learn that this behavior isn’t going to get them what they want. When I see a screaming kid and a parent quietly ignoring them, I want to give them a high five. I usually try to make the kid laugh, that usually works. Better than violence too.