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He is a failed guide dog, failed for being too friendly (legit) But he now is a disability support dog and my newest best friend. Every day he enjoys a carrot because he is a very "good boy"
54867
this man outside Roy Moore's rally in Alabama
20708
Truer words have never been spoken
22157
Bringing a kids imagination to life
8127
This is Doug Jones, a man who is running for Alabama Senate. He is running against a man who was kicked off the Alabama supreme court for disregarding the constitution and who molested little girls. Let's show him our support.
26460
Polite road rage
14701
512 year old Greenland shark is the worlds oldest vertebrate
5959
Just a reminder that if you live in Alabama, GET OUT THERE AND VOTE TODAY. The rest of the country is counting on you to stop Moore! You can do it!
7300
Happy special Election Day!
9581
AdBlock is real in Russia
4593
Nintendo Switch sells 10 million units worldwide in 9 months!
24164
SQL Clause
13100
Kim jong un’s brutal regime in north korea is worse than nazi concentration camps, human rights leader says
7049
Staples to the head never looked so good.
6836
My therapist told me that a great way to let go of your anger is to write letters to people you hate and then burn them...
4861
In Watchmen, during the diner scene, you can hear a background actress say "I'm really glad I ordered the four-legged chicken!" This is in reference to a panel from the original comic in which a waiter is carrying a four-legged chicken.
3737
PepsiCo makes biggest public pre-order of Tesla Semis: 100 trucks
5591
he died a little bit for our sins • xpost r/tumblr
18491
The tallest (Cornelius Bruns), shortest and fattest (Cannon Colossus) man of Europe playing a game of cards, 1913
2563
Thanks to you, #NintendoSwitch has sold 10 million units worldwide in 9 months! Here’s to an amazing 2018!
3668
Reddit is OK most of the time, but sometimes...
41135
Not the hero Gotham deserves
2869
go get them big boy
2675
LTC $300 on GDAX
16499
2meirl4meirl
8855
A Burnout attempt in front of a store. WCGW
2953
Baby elephant with an itchy trunk
3742
I think I have to update my iOS...
28111
These GUSHY posts and i'm offended!
14578
Boy, 8, collects more than 1,000 toys for children of Puerto Rico.
8702
EU refused to follow the US move in recognising Jerusalem as the capital of Israel
1434
If Trump fires Mueller, the response needs to be immediate. MoveOn.org is planning emergency "Nobody is above the Law" protests, which will happen within hours of a Mueller firing. Please join your local rapid response team.
8282
Today r/Futurology is going to #BreakTheInternet to save net neutrality
14329
MRW I introduced my family to GoT and they keep talking about how much they like the "Main Character" Ned Stark
1422
Why consumers should worry about Disney purchasing Fox's entertainment assets
19931
Cockroaches change their gait at mid-speed, a behavior previously only observed in fast mammals. This change in gait is similar to the way horses change from trot to gallop. The discovery could help engineers train robots to walk more stably and efficiently.
35980
An Analysis of Net Neutrality Activism on Reddit
20652
Grammar Nazi at it's worst
5997
The movie "This Is Spinal Tap (1984)" has a rating of 8/11 on IMDb
1678
My father-in-law built this barn in the late 1970's near Duluth, MN. He primarily used wood reclaimed from another barn, originally built in the early 1900's near Superior, WI. They are approaching retirement and no longer raise livestock. This beauty has sat mostly disused for the past 10 years.
7154 binarysaurus No shit. I've only met one person who was for it and it was because they were misinformed by tv.
1004 tontoto Interestingly many comment submissions to campaigns like this feature some sort of templates or script. To make those scripts vary is pretty interesting as the analysis shows. I guess purportedly stealing millions of people identities is not proven here but it doesn't seem too surprising given recent data leaks
450 PilpushAndPilpul >millions of pro-repeal comments were likely faked Yeah, no shit. This is the internet, 80% of comments you'll find pretty much anywhere are likely faked. People don't understand how easy it is to give the illusion of consensus on literally any issue.
58 Danielthegiant Can you argue that whatever we say is irrelevant, our collective and once sanctified voice means nothing these days. It seems our “voice” can be hacked and placed into modern day sound or type “bytes” to purport basically anyone’s agenda without the consent of the person. I feel like this is the slippery slope to a bigger picture and awareness of how helpless we are in the face of swaying opinion when it can be easily fabricated.
182 dws4prez I believe it. Been seeing this copypasta making the rounds on Reddit with days old accounts: >it is not a freedom, it is a **business right**. It goes **along the lines of not wanting to sell someone a cake because of their skin color or sex affilation.** >It should absolutely be allowed. Businesses should live or die by the market and culture they exist in. If people do not wish to support such a business, they will close down. The fucking thing with ISP's is competition. THAT is what you should be fighting for. Not more regulation of business. More regulation of businesses just standardizes services and lowers consumer benefit, on top of less business potential. >I've contacted the FCC and my legislators and told them I am for the removal of net neutality, as someone growing up as business owner and someone who wishes for a more hospital environment for future business to thrive. More choices. Not less. Down with net neutrality. >It would surprise people how much movement there actually is for this, we had a rally here which was just a spinoff of a greater one in the close by city. Reddit seems to think everyone is for net neut, and it's unanimous except for the isp's, and that couldn't be further from the truth. Emphasis mine Possibly Ajit Pai and his buddies getting some Russian hackers and doin themselves a heckin Correct the Record