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In the wake of news that Barnes and Noble is circling the drain, commentator lists a DOZEN ways the company has failed to innovate over the past decade
Redditor details how effective the Russian propaganda campaign was and how it prompted them to change their vote in 2016
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.
Redditor writes a poem about a bench
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.
The contagion theory of school shootings and why "mental health" and "gun control" won't fix the underlying problem.
Redditor briefly explains how stocks in a company works.
User gave four times what is required to bankrupt grocery chain
Redditor provides detailed information on how to spot and deal with toxic relationship partners
Redditor debunks very common misconception about "heritability" in genes
Redditor thought Alexa called 911 when he asked it to play Garth Brooks, but it was actually part of the song
Redditor deftly cuts to the chase with an exceptionally adequate description of his former religion.
The Story of Anne, an Everyday “Mr. Rogers”
Redditor investigates and finds that OP who “ran into” Michael B. Jordan most likely works for Disney
u/SenorBeef perfectly explains why an Assault weapons ban is not a good idea, will only hurt Democratic party
/u/khalo0odz defends Lebron James after Laura Ingraham's statements and explains how Lebron is the perfect example of the 'American Dream'
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.
Redditor u/yakusokuN8 lays out exactly how a toxic narcissist will react to hurting your feelings.
Redditor decides to quit smoking in the comments of a post about a man saved by CPR, receives great support from other redditors
Redditor writes a touching children's story on-the-fly about a baby elephant learning that it's ok to be different.
(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.
User calls out what 9GAG really is.
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.
Google removes the super useful 'view image' button on Google Image Search, u/d3ver promptly offers a fix to bring the functionality back.
Redditor explains how a programming language gets a bad reputation, giving a brief history of PHP.
Former Nice Guy provides concise and thorough advice on dating and unrequited love
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.
Redditor explains the difference in gun ownership of the USA and the rest of the world
Montana cowboy /u/kingrural delivers a really interesting perspective on unsustainable agricultural practices.
Officer, who helped clear room OP was in during school shooting, shows up in I/AMA to offer heartfelt condolences and advice
Autistic redditor combs through the FCC net neutrality comments, finds 1.3 million copies of one spambot comment
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.
Redditor gives a great (first-hand) explanation of how Australia went about it's gun "ban"
NBA fan details how he prevented an Alt-Right Woman from running for the Virginia Senate
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"
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
Florida Shooting: User excellently summarizes how the FBI and law enforcement failed to enforce gun control law
Reddit User Calls out Reddit admins for t_D's role in Radicalizing Florida Shooter
Redditor beautifully explains Aaron Feis - the man who died protecting students.
Redditor u/icecityx1221 helps OP's wife find a new job after she was fired for being unable to be vaccinated due to pregnancy
742 YoBannannaGirl Thomas Morstead (the injured player mentioned)'s charity, [What you give will grow](, has committed to passing on all donations collected from this campaign to The Minnesota Children's Hospital. Since the account has reached over 100K Morstead will be flying to Minnesota to personally deliver the check. [relevant article]( [direct link to donate to Minnesota Children's through WYGWG]( edit: Just wanted to add for those who are unfamiliar, Thomas Morstead (#6) is the punter for the New Orleans Saints (the team the Vikings won against last Sunday - where he suffered a painful injury to the ribs). This makes everyone's efforts that much more special. Vikings fans are donating to a rivals team's punter's charity (which they didn't have to) and then he turns around and gives the money right back to a local Minnesota Children's Hospital (which he didn't have to do). Class acts all around!
115 funkstrong He apparently lined up at nose tackle too and said “sup fellas” after sauntering out.
1522 Its738PM there's no video in that thread so i have no idea what the fuck they're all on about
87 Proddx Anyone have video of the guy lining up for the PAT?
28 Wolfgang985 "That player" is punter Thomas Morstead, and he plans on giving all the donations to the Minnesota children's hospital. He's one of the nicest guys I've ever met. My dad is a personal trainer and every Tuesday and Thursday we used to run workout circuits at a gym in the New Orleans area. It just so happened that Thomas Morstead worked out at the exact same place at the exact same time. He always joined us during our ab circuits, and the funniest part being we had **no idea** who he was at the time! It was one of my dad's later clients that eventually pointed it out, and we all laughed hysterically. If you're reading this Mr. Morstead, here's a shout out from Elmwood! Who Dat!
66 revluke Up to 130k+ My little neighbor kid is fighting cancer at age 4 and will directly benefit from these dollars at Mn Children’s hospital. Awesome...
69 360_face_palm Can anyone explain to an EU person what this means / why this is a big deal? Edit: Appreciate the replies, thanks all!