Score
Title
7938
Dog does tippy tap dance whenever he's happy.
16644
Award winning underwater photograph
48016
Why
18774
Played this game my whole childhood and now, at 35 yo, I find out Mario can do this
19584
Gigapixel image of Dubai
47253
"Hey, let's try to be productive today!" "Ok."
11127
My wife used to hang out with Jon snow. He’s roughly 18/19yo here and shes the one on the right. Would be interesting to see if he remembers their nights out in Worcester.
30275
a cult classic
14228
A tale of Asgard friendship
27987
TIL the scientist John von Neumann (1903-1957) could by the age of 6, divide two 8 digit numbers in his head and converse in ancient Greek. He published over 150 papers during his lifetime, and is considered by many to be among the most intellegent humans to have ever lived.
17425
The way this guy setup his desktop and table
15340
[Homemade] fresh fruit tart :)
45659
Top U.S. officials tell the world to ignore Trump’s tweets
29139
Unusual and adorable home invasion
44211
The Toothless animation for this scene in "How to Train Your Dragon" was modelled on one of the animators cat with tape stuck to it's tail
5074
Super Seducer - Dunkey
30591
Florida shooting: Muslim groups raise thousands to help victims and their families
4117
Narcissus discovered himself
13699
Am I doing this right?
15705
Uplifting quote
5134
\o/
23737
Translucent Blue Tang
27816
Called out by life
72157
Idk how she does it.
37463
Physics in a nutshell.
20911
Randy Bryce slams Paul Ryan for snubbing Florida teacher on gun control: "We need a Speaker who will listen to everyone, not just the NRA and other special interests who cut him checks."
21616
World record for time taken staring out a window.
7215
[RDTM] u/Kashluk shows that this woman’s MOAB claim is wrong.
16996
Like no one is watching
7807
MRW someone asks me why I'm scratching my tit
5556
Animal rescuer removes metal from gooses mouth
36378
Skydiving with bird
20261
MRW the hottest girl I know spins the bottle and lets out an audible groan as, miraculously, it lands on me
7715
Anime irl
24529
LOL
64987
I just rode with the highest rated Uber driver in NYC! Mustapha speaks four languages, studies computer programming at night at community college, has driven over 10,000 people, and has a rating of 4.96. Truly one of the nicest most inspiring people out there.
19722
meirl
12063
"Mountains Galore," wet on wet Oil, 20x24 inch canvas.
6942
When You’re a Gamer But Also a Long-Haul Trucker
19583
How Denis Villeneuve Created the Most Complicated Sex Scene of All Time - Blade Runner 2049
581 Don_Himself this should be a sticky on r/all or on every single subreddit.
52 WhatsupSoul > You could even lose access to your favorite adult-websites Oh no. This people are playing with fire.
72 tidaltown "...we may lose Net Neutrality soon" This is the way it needs to be said all the time. People keep accusing NN supporters of wanting to implement or change things, we want to keep the status quo. Pai and the ISPs are the ones wanting to change things.
20 razberri-windrunner Why don’t the people have a say in it?! Why only 5 people? Tf?
165 cesarmac This is what happens when we vote people into office who primarily run businesses. They dismantle things that hurt profit margins, and net neutrality hurts ISPs profits.
13 _RexDart > Popular sites like Netflix, Youtube, Spotify, could be throttled or blocked depending on your plan or geographic location Livin' it
57 Luftwagen If you text *"resist"* to **504-09**, then a bot will answer and allow you to send a small email *free of charge* to your local **government representative**. It will ask you a few questions about *who you are*, *where you live*, and *which government representative* you would like to email. After you have answered the questions, it will ask you to compose a message to email to your selected representative, and then, it will email your message to them. It's a *very easy* bot to use, and I suggest everyone send at least a small message. **You may not think that your message will matter, but numbers count *(literally)*, and every single message will support our cause.** **FREEDOM FOR ALL! SAVE NET NEUTRALITY! SAVE THE INTERNET!** Thanks to u/jaypooner for introducing this to me. **Edit: I just remembered that the bot is being used heavily, and will likely be busy. In that case, just wait a bit *(I only had to wait like a minute)* and try again.
6 openforum2011 Why even mention Black Friday in the title?
7 love_gman820 Credit to u/datums for this comment: FYI - Congress and the Senate have nothing to do with this. Only five people at the FCC get to vote. [Here they are](https://www.fcc.gov/about/leadership). The three men plan to vote to repeal net neutrality. The two women plan to vote to keep net neutrality. Their individual contact information can be found under "Bio". To defeat the net neutrality repeal, one of those three men has to change their vote. Might be redundant but this links to the FCC website directly!
16 StreamerLlnk Don't just up vote... Take 10 minutes out of your day to at least make one call!
17 tielknight To quote /u/NetNeutralityBot > > If you want to help protect Net Neutrality, you can support groups like the Electronic Frontier Foundation and the ACLU and Free Press who are fighting to keep Net Neutrality: > > * https://www.battleforthenet.com/ > * https://www.eff.org/ > * https://www.aclu.org/ > * https://www.freepress.net/ > * https://www.fightforthefuture.org/ > * https://www.publicknowledge.org/ > * https://demandprogress.org/ > > [Set them as your charity on Amazon Smile here](https://smile.amazon.com/) > > Write to your [House Representative here](http://www.house.gov/representatives/find/) and [Senators here](https://www.senate.gov/general/contact_information/senators_cfm.cfm?OrderBy=state) > > [Write to the FCC here](https://www.fcc.gov/about/contact) > > [Add a comment to the repeal here](https://www.fcc.gov/ecfs/search/filings?proceedings_name=17-108&sort=date_disseminated,DESC) > > [Here's an easier URL you can use thanks to John Oliver](http://www.gofccyourself.com) > > [You can also use this to help you contact your house and congressional reps.](https://resistbot.io/) It's easy to use and cuts down on the transaction costs with writing a letter to your reps > > [Also check this out](https://democracy.io/#!/), which was made by the EFF and is a low transaction cost tool for writing all your reps in one fell swoop. > > > If you would like to contribute to the text in this bot's posts, [please edit this file](https://github.com/tylerbrockett/NetNeutralityBot-Reddit/blob/master/src/resources/message.txt) on github. > > > > -/u/NetNeutralityBot > > > [Contact Developer](https://www.reddit.com/message/compose/?to=tylerbrockett) | [Bot Code](https://github.com/tylerbrockett/NetNeutralityBot-Reddit) | [Readme](https://github.com/tylerbrockett/NetNeutralityBot-Reddit/blob/master/README.md) >
21 Satailleure You all made EA bend over backwards for you by cancelling your preorders. We can do the same to these assholes by canceling our internet.
12 rudieboy I listen to MSNBC on sat radio during the day and even they are down playing the effect this might have on the internet. About half say that consumer demand will keep the telecoms from screwing up the internet and the other half say they "promised" not to screw it up. lol as long as they promise.
8 Seand0r Does anyone have any links to good/decent/slightly logical arguments that advocate ending net neutrality? I think I get the basic argument - Less government regulation, allow the free market to govern, ISPs and companies who act in bad faith will be ditched by consumers. But current ISP's are such big companies that it feels like while this is a... idealistic notion, in reality this oviously won't work. It's like saying if we just make a law against murder, then no one will unjustly kill anyone. It's almost as if we have to juist kick it down the road, and trust the system, so that precedents can be set when ISPs act in bad faith, then we take them to court yada yada.
5 bpa_free Here is my generic response. Advice appreciated: Good Evening Congresswoman (Congressman), I would like to voice my concerns regarding the potential repeal of Net Neutrality by the FCC and my disagreement with the proposal. The proposal to repeal Net Neutrality would allow broadband providers the ability to block access, slow down or speed up service for certain websites or its business partners. I am strongly against such a proposal. According to The New York Times, the rules put in place by the Obama administration "...prohibit high-speed internet service providers, or I.S.P.s, from stopping or slowing down the delivery of websites. They also prevent the companies from charging customers extra fees for high-quality streaming and other services." I am for the continuation of this policy. (https://www.nytimes.com/2017/11/21/technology/fcc-net-neutrality.html) Thank you for your time. Very Respectfully, Name
4 goo_bazooka lets say they pass this BS.. and dems get elected in 2018. Can it be rolled back?
5 1newworldorder i am not against net neutrality. but i am against the "net neutrality" we currently have in place. we need to separate internet service and internet content. then we need to legislate speed to it must increase as price does and what that ratio is. then we need to unblock every single site in existence. that is real net neutrality.
582 0 Don_Himself this should be a sticky on r/all or on every single subreddit.
54 0 WhatsupSoul > You could even lose access to your favorite adult-websites Oh no. This people are playing with fire.
69 0 tidaltown "...we may lose Net Neutrality soon" This is the way it needs to be said all the time. People keep accusing NN supporters of wanting to implement or change things, we want to keep the status quo. Pai and the ISPs are the ones wanting to change things.
22 0 razberri-windrunner Why don’t the people have a say in it?! Why only 5 people? Tf?
168 0 cesarmac This is what happens when we vote people into office who primarily run businesses. They dismantle things that hurt profit margins, and net neutrality hurts ISPs profits.
14 0 _RexDart > Popular sites like Netflix, Youtube, Spotify, could be throttled or blocked depending on your plan or geographic location Livin' it
62 0 Luftwagen If you text *"resist"* to **504-09**, then a bot will answer and allow you to send a small email *free of charge* to your local **government representative**. It will ask you a few questions about *who you are*, *where you live*, and *which government representative* you would like to email. After you have answered the questions, it will ask you to compose a message to email to your selected representative, and then, it will email your message to them. It's a *very easy* bot to use, and I suggest everyone send at least a small message. **You may not think that your message will matter, but numbers count *(literally)*, and every single message will support our cause.** **FREEDOM FOR ALL! SAVE NET NEUTRALITY! SAVE THE INTERNET!** Thanks to u/jaypooner for introducing this to me. **Edit: I just remembered that the bot is being used heavily, and will likely be busy. In that case, just wait a bit *(I only had to wait like a minute)* and try again.
7 0 openforum2011 Why even mention Black Friday in the title?
5 0 love_gman820 Credit to u/datums for this comment: FYI - Congress and the Senate have nothing to do with this. Only five people at the FCC get to vote. [Here they are](https://www.fcc.gov/about/leadership). The three men plan to vote to repeal net neutrality. The two women plan to vote to keep net neutrality. Their individual contact information can be found under "Bio". To defeat the net neutrality repeal, one of those three men has to change their vote. Might be redundant but this links to the FCC website directly!
16 0 StreamerLlnk Don't just up vote... Take 10 minutes out of your day to at least make one call!
15 0 tielknight To quote /u/NetNeutralityBot > > If you want to help protect Net Neutrality, you can support groups like the Electronic Frontier Foundation and the ACLU and Free Press who are fighting to keep Net Neutrality: > > * https://www.battleforthenet.com/ > * https://www.eff.org/ > * https://www.aclu.org/ > * https://www.freepress.net/ > * https://www.fightforthefuture.org/ > * https://www.publicknowledge.org/ > * https://demandprogress.org/ > > [Set them as your charity on Amazon Smile here](https://smile.amazon.com/) > > Write to your [House Representative here](http://www.house.gov/representatives/find/) and [Senators here](https://www.senate.gov/general/contact_information/senators_cfm.cfm?OrderBy=state) > > [Write to the FCC here](https://www.fcc.gov/about/contact) > > [Add a comment to the repeal here](https://www.fcc.gov/ecfs/search/filings?proceedings_name=17-108&sort=date_disseminated,DESC) > > [Here's an easier URL you can use thanks to John Oliver](http://www.gofccyourself.com) > > [You can also use this to help you contact your house and congressional reps.](https://resistbot.io/) It's easy to use and cuts down on the transaction costs with writing a letter to your reps > > [Also check this out](https://democracy.io/#!/), which was made by the EFF and is a low transaction cost tool for writing all your reps in one fell swoop. > > > If you would like to contribute to the text in this bot's posts, [please edit this file](https://github.com/tylerbrockett/NetNeutralityBot-Reddit/blob/master/src/resources/message.txt) on github. > > > > -/u/NetNeutralityBot > > > [Contact Developer](https://www.reddit.com/message/compose/?to=tylerbrockett) | [Bot Code](https://github.com/tylerbrockett/NetNeutralityBot-Reddit) | [Readme](https://github.com/tylerbrockett/NetNeutralityBot-Reddit/blob/master/README.md) >
23 0 Satailleure You all made EA bend over backwards for you by cancelling your preorders. We can do the same to these assholes by canceling our internet.
15 0 rudieboy I listen to MSNBC on sat radio during the day and even they are down playing the effect this might have on the internet. About half say that consumer demand will keep the telecoms from screwing up the internet and the other half say they "promised" not to screw it up. lol as long as they promise.
8 0 Seand0r Does anyone have any links to good/decent/slightly logical arguments that advocate ending net neutrality? I think I get the basic argument - Less government regulation, allow the free market to govern, ISPs and companies who act in bad faith will be ditched by consumers. But current ISP's are such big companies that it feels like while this is a... idealistic notion, in reality this oviously won't work. It's like saying if we just make a law against murder, then no one will unjustly kill anyone. It's almost as if we have to juist kick it down the road, and trust the system, so that precedents can be set when ISPs act in bad faith, then we take them to court yada yada.
5 0 bpa_free Here is my generic response. Advice appreciated: Good Evening Congresswoman (Congressman), I would like to voice my concerns regarding the potential repeal of Net Neutrality by the FCC and my disagreement with the proposal. The proposal to repeal Net Neutrality would allow broadband providers the ability to block access, slow down or speed up service for certain websites or its business partners. I am strongly against such a proposal. According to The New York Times, the rules put in place by the Obama administration "...prohibit high-speed internet service providers, or I.S.P.s, from stopping or slowing down the delivery of websites. They also prevent the companies from charging customers extra fees for high-quality streaming and other services." I am for the continuation of this policy. (https://www.nytimes.com/2017/11/21/technology/fcc-net-neutrality.html) Thank you for your time. Very Respectfully, Name
4 0 goo_bazooka lets say they pass this BS.. and dems get elected in 2018. Can it be rolled back?
4 0 1newworldorder i am not against net neutrality. but i am against the "net neutrality" we currently have in place. we need to separate internet service and internet content. then we need to legislate speed to it must increase as price does and what that ratio is. then we need to unblock every single site in existence. that is real net neutrality.