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We're test running allowing /r/askreddit for the next month
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Giants fan redditor is asked whether he'd prefer the Eagles or Patriots win the Superbowl
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Historian explains the history of Ancient Rome's political and trade relationship with Sub-Saharan Africa
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Justice League: Mueller - User provides interesting citations on the top notch team Mueller has assembled
134
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.
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/u/garroch tells a series of stories describing some of his favorite nights when he was a traveling businessman
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User explains why we need whistle blowers and how whistle blowing is one of the most brave things someone can do
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/u/mlhradio response to Republican journalist should be read by every Republican who blames "the party" for the Trump era
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Redditor explains that a majority of people experience "tonic immobility" during sexual assault, and that you shouldn't beat yourself up if you freeze.
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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.
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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.
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A simple comment turns into a "small room for error" debacle
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Redditor tells he streams games with commentary but has zero views. Reddit jumps in and the stream now has 500+ views.
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Ontarian redditor gives inside look on phone companies call center fraud
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Redditor shares his thoughts about aging and losing one's youth
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Depression treatment, perfectly described from the inside
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u/Archemedess wrote an interesting essay on the nature of memes. Earned a reddit silver.
47
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...
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Redditor recognizes his troop in a (successful) suicide rescue operation
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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
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George Clinton's response to the thing he's seen at a performance
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Redditor creates a beautifully terrifying story of someone's encounter with a huntsman spider in WTF
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/u/J4CKR4BB1TSL1MS gives the entire plot to Pulp Fiction in emoji
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/u/RamsesThePigeon explains why it's important to make jokes in response to horrifying situations.
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u/ks501's Law
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An honest-to-god sports prophesy comes to fruition!
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15 y/o from Saudi Arabia kicked out for being gay, redditor offers to sponsor him.
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Redditor possibly finds work as a molecular biologist with a single comment.
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/u/dshezk9 starts 'the devil went down to georgia' about Charlie Daniels, taco bell and the illuminati. Reddit finishes it.
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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.
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Redditor /u/anotherjunkie leaves wise words for enjoying life in response to a man talking about the day after the Hawaii scare.
42
An NBA player asks why the teaching of African culture in the US doesn't start with African royalty. An in-depth explanation follows.
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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.
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Redditor goes into too much detail when describing how to order a drink at a bar
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So I continued working. Unlike the my manager.
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While replying to /u/Despalicious /u/Iambluest makes perhaps the greatest indirect pun in Reddit history
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/u/Deggit 's linguistic analysis of Donald Trump's speech patterns.
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Stunning wordplay - the best jokes are always in the comments.
177
Redditor predicts the Anziz Ansari sexual harassment allegations 2 days before they officially break
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In honor of Martin Luther King Day, /u/2sleepy2slow has a dream that drug dealers will stop selling him fake drugs
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Redditor explains what it was like to subtitle Scott Pilgrim vs. the World's onscreen annotations.
3084 fauxxal They are spot on. I think it's important to realize that kids have never had so much freedom in choosing what they want to watch. Before youtube where could they see antics like this? What kind of network would allow this material? What parents would let them watch it? But these days young kids can hop online and consume the entertainment of their choice. Kids can, for once in history, choose and find shows that no adult would consider worthwhile. Kids want to be in the 'in-group' as well, and they're still developing and learning. Good humor takes time, experience and some manner of intelligence. Kids are drawn to bathroom humor, stupid stunts like this, and more. To them it's goofing off, it's funny. As adults we grow up and forget all the stupid shit we used to think was hilarious, we don't remember, and we don't think it's necessary to educate kids on the subject.
729 lnsetick I've been saying something along similar lines: now is not the time to ignore Logan Paul. Yes, publicity draws him new viewers. It can also get parents to realize the kind of shit their kids can find on YouTube. Redditors all got on the "talking about Logal Paul gives him publicity" train, but that perspective is so stupidly myopic. Not paying attention to what kids are doing IS THE PROBLEM. It's exactly like solving teen pregnancy by suggesting parents not talk to their kids about sex, because that will make kids want to have unprotected sex. It's just as stupidly nearsighted. Seeing almost every user on this site pat himself on the back for realizing that talking about a problem makes more people aware of the problem is giving me hypertension. Fucking duh, getting more people in a conversation about a large problem that affects them all is the first step to solving it.
167 geneparmesan18 As a high school teacher it is interesting to watch students who have never been taught how to navigate the internet. I work in a high poverty district and my students are not used to having technology at their fingertips. Their inability to appropriately navigate the internet is fascinating. They believe the first thing that they read and completely commit to the idea. I have been working with my students on this and have actually gotten them Chromebooks! It has been such a cool process.
122 Fake_William_Shatner Logan Paul was a teachable moment for my kids. They showed me Logan Paul because they thought he was cool. When I watched 5 minutes of one of his shows I said; "that guy is what I would call a douche bag. It's all about him and how great he is. He goes around starting confrontations and then films people when they are angry. I'd rather you watched porn." And after that incident where he films a dead body, my kids were shocked; "He's not a nice guy. He doesn't care about anything but himself" they said. I can't stop my kids from seeing what's on the internet -- there is no filter. But they are learning to discern good from bad, correct from incorrect -- which is better I think, than just keeping them innocent like some of the neighbors kids. I'm pretty sure that my kids will do the right thing and be less likely to be duped. The most dangerous thing today is an innocent kid. We don't have a choice and acting like we can protect them forever is naive.
42 tupac_chopra i know nothing about this Logan Paul guy. why is he so terrible and why do kids like him?
162 Cheesy_Bacon_Splooge Or you know. Parents could just do it. It’s what I do. No one will care for your kid like you can and it shouldn’t be up to a teacher to do it. Parents should have a vested interest in not letting their kids be little shits.