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Title
26308
Eminem celebrated 10 years of sobriety yesterday.
18288
How to hold an N64 controller
24064
Just keep pushing. It's all that matters.
12602
MRW I take the cookies out of the oven but forget spray down the baking sheet beforehand
8186
For every upvote, I will also plant a tree.
18806
Donald Trump playing golf in his own club. West Palm Beach, Florida, 2010.
43795
The truth is out there
21561
We . . . may have made a terrible mistake
10964
Hey hoomans, "dont mind me taking all your shit, I got a family too."
52371
Eminem Celebrates 10 Years of Sobriety
12059
New CPR device
6025
Jenna Fischer’s shirt is Michael’s grilled foot
38464
TIL The 8 hour workday was devised so that workers could evenly divide 24 hours between: "Eight hours' labour, Eight hours' recreation, Eight hours' rest"
39926
Making a wrecking ball out of chocolate
9000
?? This 125+ Year Old Rhododendron “Tree” In Canada looks like it's covered in bloody flames! ??
42542
I didnt want a cat but my wife did. So we compromised and got a cat. Best. Compromise. Ever.
26163
This statue looks like it continues on forever.
12045
Schizophrenics of Reddit; What is the scariest hallucination (visually or audibly) that you have ever experienced?
31025
"Let's make the opposite of a fun roller coaster"
3723
Michael Bloomberg to pay $4.5m to cover US contribution to Paris climate pact
31887
The worst thing about identity thieves is how stealthy they are.
21894
The Rock Drops Big Surprise on High School Student Who Asked Him to Prom
3073
Only one way down
4326
For brown widow spiders, sex is literally a matter of life and death. If a male chooses an adult female, chances are roughly 50/50 that she’ll eat him afterward. But if he mates with a younger subadult female, she’ll let him live to see another day. Despite this, the males prefer older mates.
10175
Hit and run
21050
Amen ??
13012
Milwaukee's Matthew Dellavedova steals rolling inbound pass to beat the buzzer
25570
First ride for the kitty
6456
Earth Day
4461
ITS HAPPENING
3042
The Fortnite Foodchain
3574
Accurate enough
12693
Boo
5701
Democratic candidate Randy Bryce: I want to see every candidate across the country pledge to refuse NRA money. I've taken my pledge, now it's your turn.
9495
Depression is like having a bad week and waking up 10 years later thinking what the fuck happened to your life
23395
The manul (or Pallas' cat) of Central Asia has the longest and densest fur of all the cat species.
4651
Breaking News: Researchers Discover Haunted House in Japan
3963
Alberta woman 1st adult in Canada to be 'cured' of sickle cell anemia through stem cell transplant
16282
When dreams come true, Lego Starwars
29532
Whelp.
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2174 SvenTropics Generally, this applies to everything. The more you think you know about a subject, the more you realize you don't know, and then the less you claim you know. The exception would be things that are fashionable to be ignorant of for one reason or another.
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2091 satanicpuppy [Dunning–Kruger](https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dunning%E2%80%93Kruger_effect) is truly everywhere. I can't believe that won an Ig Nobel...Seems like an actual meaningful insight into cognitive bias.
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