Score
Title
8809
Live and Learn.
5920
Weeeeeeee!
4232
REAL Screenshot from Hawaii Warning System (ACTUAL!)
17109
[Homemade] Baklava
16888
What Mormon Missionaries Talk About Before You Answer The Door
31751
NYPD Union Sues To Stop Release Of All Bodycam Footage Because It Violates Officers’ Civil Rights
8759
When you make your first GIF on Reddit
3601
Italian sculptor Giovanni Strazza's "The Veiled Virgin".
6874
Pangolin tongue
8926
Hi there
35552
Hockey Training for 9 Year Olds in Russia
140106
I'm that sibling
5659
One of the funniest bios I've seen in a while.
55237
Photo I took of the Charles River looks like two different pictures
2452
MRW the girl I'm texting suddenly says "I want to sit on your face."
8273
*everyone* loves a pupper
2183
Delta's app store description seems appropriate today.
10740
"King", Colored Pencil on Paper, 7x7"
7612
Grandma made a Facebook, set this as her profile picture
70243
Never forget this shot.
30299
The Senate’s push to overrule the FCC on net neutrality now has 50 votes
39046
TIL that Glenn Shadix, the actor who played Otho in Beetlejuice, was subjected to “ex gay” electrical shock treatments when he came out to his parent. When this failed to change his orientation, he attempted suicide and survived a 3 day coma. After the incident, his parents accept ed his sexuality.
12371
these words still haunt me today.
45035
China builds ‘world’s biggest air purifier’ - a 328 feet-high tower that has helped reduce smog levels over an area of 3.86 square miles
2978
When you don’t have enough money, but you have legos
6864
I can not recommend FreeCodeCamp more. How the hell is that free?
7898
Curly hair doesn’t ‘feather’ like Farrah’s did. Also I miss that neck. Ahh the early 80s...
85644
"Wiis are for casual gamers"
10836
How to eradicate the squirrel population through cyber bullying
2430
Rock band playing outside of H.S. for a film festival. Hotdogs were being grilled, and I felt a number of wieners hit my body. Photo captures evidence (2004)
25438
Gonna Do A Backflip In This Moving Elevator, WCGW?
16964
Iceland has become the first major retailer to commit to eliminate plastic packaging for all own brand products within five years to help end the "scourge" of plastic pollution. The retailer said it would be replacing plastic with packaging including paper and pulp trays and paper bags.
30476
Balloon eats baseball bat
1316
A quick recap
57940
"Based on a true story" movies are all part of the same series.
11618
Italian Tide Pods
16865
LPT: If you're nervous about asking your boss/potential employer about raises/salary, don't think of them as authority figures you hope will be more generous, think of them as customers who are buying your time.
15786
Camel haircut
2034
My friend walked by this neon sign in little siberian city and accidentally police guard went to call making perfect cyberpunk aesthetic
32966
‘Paddington 2’ is the Fourth Film to Score 100% on Rotten Tomatoes With Over 100 Reviews
6234 Im_not_JB Just claiming that it's unconstitutional is going to ring hollow, because every single court who has ever addressed the matter has said otherwise (even the Ninth Circuit!), so you probably need to do more than *just assert it*. Furthermore, this betrays an ignorance of the structure of FISA. The section that people think is problematic is Section 702. [This bill](https://www.congress.gov/bill/115th-congress/house-bill/4478/text#toc-H83522CAE4B1D4F658DA5C4EBBE0558C9) does *nothing* to expand 702. The *only* things it does to 702 [are restrictions](https://www.reddit.com/r/technology/comments/7pbj32/congress_is_about_to_vote_on_expanding_the/dsg2g4g/). Instead, the part that it expands is traditional FISA (which has been around since the 70s, unlike 702, which came around mid-2000s). In traditional FISA, they go to FISC *with probable cause* that a target is a foreign power or an agent of a foreign power. What this bill does is expand the definitions of "foreign power" and "agent of a foreign power" to include certain international malicious cyber organizations (this is kind of like how they expanded it in the 2000s to include international terrorism). One can debate whether or not this is a good idea (I'm still on the fence; kind of leaning toward not liking it), but it's sheer ignorance to think that this has to do with 702 (which has been complained about recently) and not traditional FISA (which no one has complained about at all).
1148 INeverEatPizza Must be a lot of democrats that voted yes for the article to leave off the D and R.
483 blizzardalert List of the 65 Democrats who voted **yes**: AL Rep. Terri Sewell [D] AZ Rep. Kyrsten Sinema [D] AZ Rep. Tom O'Halleran [D] CA Rep. Nancy Pelosi [D] CA Rep. Adam Schiff [D] CA Rep. Mike Thompson [D] CA Rep. Jim Costa [D] CA Rep. John Garamendi [D] CA Rep. Ami Bera [D] CA Rep. Eric Swalwell [D] CA Rep. Julia Brownley [D] CA Rep. Raul Ruiz [D] CA Rep. Scott Peters [D] CA Rep. Pete Aguilar [D] CA Rep. Norma Torres [D] CA Rep. Jimmy Panetta [D] CO Rep. Ed Perlmutter [D] CT Rep. James Himes [D] DE Rep. Lisa Blunt Rochester [D] FL Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz [D] FL Rep. Kathy Castor [D] FL Rep. Theodore Deutch [D] FL Rep. Lois Frankel [D] FL Rep. Al Lawson [D] FL Rep. Stephanie Murphy [D] FL Rep. Val Demings [D] FL Rep. Charlie Crist [D] GA Rep. Sanford Bishop Jr. [D] GA Rep. David Scott [D] IA Rep. David Loebsack [D] IL Rep. Daniel Lipinski [D] IL Rep. Bill Foster [D] IL Rep. Mike Quigley [D] IL Rep. Bradley Schneider [D] IL Rep. Cheri Bustos [D] IL Rep. Raja Krishnamoorthi [D] IN Rep. Andre Carson [D] MA Rep. William Keating [D] MA Rep. Seth Moulton [D] MD Rep. Steny Hoyer [D] MD Rep. A. Dutch Ruppersberger [D] MD Rep. John Delaney [D] MD Rep. Anthony Brown [D] MN Rep. Collin Peterson [D] NH Rep. Ann Kuster [D] NJ Rep. Albio Sires [D] NJ Rep. Donald Norcross [D] NJ Rep. Josh Gottheimer [D] NM Rep. Michelle Lujan Grisham [D] NV Rep. Jacky Rosen [D] NY Rep. Nita Lowey [D] NY Rep. Gregory Meeks [D] NY Rep. Louise Slaughter [D] NY Rep. Brian Higgins [D] NY Rep. Sean Maloney [D] NY Rep. Kathleen Rice [D] NY Rep. Thomas Suozzi [D] PA Rep. Matthew Cartwright [D] PA Rep. Brendan Boyle [D] RI Rep. James Langevin [D] SC Rep. James Clyburn [D] TN Rep. Jim Cooper [D] TX Rep. Henry Cuellar [D] TX Rep. Marc Veasey [D] VA Rep. Donald McEachin [D]       List of the 45 Republicans who voted **no**: AZ Rep. Paul Gosar [R] AZ Rep. Andy Biggs [R] CA Rep. Dana Rohrabacher [R] CA Rep. Tom McClintock [R] CO Rep. Ken Buck [R] FL Rep. Daniel Webster [R] FL Rep. Ted Yoho [R] GA Rep. Barry Loudermilk [R] IA Rep. Rod Blum [R] ID Rep. Raul Labrador [R] KS Rep. Kevin Yoder [R] KY Rep. Thomas Massie [R] LA Rep. Garret Graves [R] MD Rep. Andy Harris [R] MI Rep. Justin Amash [R] MN Rep. Tom Emmer [R] MN Rep. Jason Lewis [R] NC Rep. Walter Jones Jr. [R] NC Rep. Mark Meadows [R] NC Rep. Ted Budd [R] NM Rep. Stevan Pearce [R] OH Rep. Jim Jordan [R] OH Rep. Warren Davidson [R] PA Rep. Scott Perry [R] SC Rep. Marshall Sanford [R] SC Rep. Jeff Duncan [R] SC Rep. Ralph Norman Jr. [R] TN Rep. Marsha Blackburn [R] TN Rep. John Duncan Jr. [R] TN Rep. David Roe [R] TN Rep. Diane Black [R] TX Rep. Michael Burgess [R] TX Rep. Louie Gohmert Jr. [R] TX Rep. Ted Poe [R] TX Rep. Blake Farenthold [R] TX Rep. Randy Weber [R] TX Rep. Roger Williams [R] UT Rep. Rob Bishop [R] VA Rep. Morgan Griffith [R] VA Rep. David Brat [R] VA Rep. Thomas Garrett [R] WA Rep. Jaime Herrera Beutler [R] WI Rep. James Sensenbrenner Jr. [R] WI Rep. Sean Duffy [R] WV Rep. Alex Mooney [R]
511 311polo Actually to expand constitutional foreign spying.
101 Instifly as a programmer, I find it extremely satisfying that it's 256
99 usedOnlyInModeration Yo, can we get a (D) or an (R) at the end of those names?
47 exmachinalibertas You can ask nicely for the government to restrict its powers, or you can learn to use technology that thwarts the government. Learn to use encryption and privacy tools. TAKE your rights back. Don't just beg the government to stop, because they won't. It is [relatively easy to host your own e-mail](https://mailinabox.email/) nowadays, as well as your contacts and calander, so that Google doesn't have access to them. And using PGP [isn't as hard as you think](https://www.gpg4usb.org/). Deniable encryption tools like [Veracrypt's](https://veracrypt.codeplex.com/) hidden containers allow you to hide things even in jurisdictions where they can force you to give up your password. Getting away from Windows and switching over to Linux is [not scary anymore](https://linuxmint.com/). With just a [little bit of research](https://www.privacytools.io/), you can learn to protect yourself from 99% of the ways you and your data get stolen for use by governments and big data companies. It is [your responsiblity](https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Civil_disobedience) to protect your own rights, regardless of the laws. Technology has always shaped government policy, not the other way around.
25 Good2Go5280 I wish Reddit were as pissed about this as NN.
62 angstt Was this a party-line vote?
22 Drunken_Economist I'm sorry to these 256, but I'm going to have 2^8 them now