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Title
21335
If Cuphead and Dark Soulds had a baby
66296
I did a thing at AT&T
76298
I had to babysit my daughters kitten and she requested proof that he was okay so I sent her this
59757
Trump’s name appears in Panama Papers for the first time
11336
Biggest horse in the world is 20 hands and 23 of an inch, weighing in at 2,600lbs
10809
First Republican lawmaker to publicly oppose the FCC’s radical net neutrality repeal
13226
Tommy Wiseau submitted ‘The Room’ to Paramount with the hope of getting it distributed. Usually it takes a studio roughly two weeks to reply, but the film was rejected within 24 hours.
9795
Johnny Cash smoking a cigarette before performing at Folsom Prison. 1968.
33310
TIL, in Interstellar the depiction of a black hole required completely new CGI rendering software and was so accurate that it provided enough scientifical insight to publish three scientific papers
4907
This is one man in a costume
14390
7' Tall Krampus Christmas Display
15336
Primitive Technology: New area starting from scratch
5719
In Speed, Howard Payne, played by Dennis Hopper, always uses the phone by holding it to his left ear with his right hand. This is very probably due to hearing loss in his right ear caused by the same accident that cost him his left thumb.
25814
Thanksgiving Timelapse
16547
A President Accused of Sexual Misconduct by 16 Women Endorses a Senate Candidate Accused of Sexual Misconduct by 9
23599
Relatable
16233
Just a pic that my friend took down at the beach the other day...
8184
ELI5: How come spent nuclear fuel is constantly being cooled for about 2 decades? Why can't we just use the spent fuel to boil water to spin turbines?
8146
Spider drinks graphene, spins web that can hold the weight of a human
11725
Excavator precision
12997
Desperate for electricity, Puerto Rico children's hospital goes solar
11870
Look mom I’m a scientist!
5054
[MAIN SPOILERS] How Daenerys would look like riding Balerion the Black Dread
24304
Senator Susan Collins appears to be the first Republican lawmaker to publicly oppose Ajit Pai's plan to kill net neutrality. This is huge. This is what it looks like when our backlash starts working. Keep going!
26964
PsBattle: This Zimbabwean celebrating the resignation of dictator Robert Mugabe
12305
We The People Call for The Resignation of FCC Chairman Ajit Varadaraj Pai
33393
?? We did it! In 1 day the /r/NatureIsFuckingLit community has raised $9,000 for charity in donations to the Wildlife Conservation Institute! Thank you to the 355 people who donated. ??
9371
Galaxy ink
7200
[Postgame Thread] Pittsburgh Defeats Miami 24-14
22711
GET SOME MORE LOGOS ON THIS MAN
60924
Kid nails impression
13957
MRW I’m strong enough to break ice, but I’m no match for statistics
17310
Thanksgiving 2016 vs. Thanksgiving 2017. Nearly identical picture taken one year apart.
11340
Billy's fetish for self-harm was always the prime reason of his parents putting him up for adoption.
7300
me irl
23820
kiLLEr WINd GUst WreAks hAVOc oN iNNoCeNt dEfenSeLESS CiVILiaNs
19236
Lazy Susan
2520
"Cat? What cat? I haven't seen any cat ??"
13614
LPT: Parked illegally? Avoid parking tickets by leaving your wipers turned on at maximum speed.
1411
YSK: when a retail worker asks, "can I grab a size for you?" what they're really saying is, "I see you unleashing hell on the stack of jeans I literally re-folded 30 seconds ago. Back away from the denim and let me get your size."
9403 mymourningsunrise I hope everyone remembers this when Mark Zuckerburg inevitably runs for public office.
3153 [deleted] [deleted]
1206 al3x3y89 Next thing you know the Russians will run ads on Reddit
107 Hawk30 How are you "secretly paid" you pay through billing on business manager...
546 _Hopped_ I too want Facebook to destroy its credibility in the eyes of its ad customers.
220 biohazard930 > “Facebook was secretly paid to host illegal political ads as part of an illegal foreign influence effort." And literally the next line in the article, from the same letter: > “We are not aware of any federal law that would prohibit Facebook from making these ads public,”
191 sonofaresiii This article is a mess. It keeps switching between Facebook secretly being paid, or Facebook being paid by secret sources, or Facebook being paid by sources that were secretly Russian. It's like it's trying REALLY HARD to muddy direct information of what happened. Look guys, in all likelihood Facebook wasn't secretly in league with Russia to intentionally spread misinformation. That's what the article tries to suggest, but it's not really what the article SAYS. Facebook identified that the sources were Russian, and turned that information over to authorities. They're not going to release it to the public, and they shouldn't. People are always complaining about Facebook collecting data, now we're mad that they WON'T release that data to the public? They released it to whom they were required to release it, beyond that it's private information that their own policies-- the ones that protect me and you-- won't allow them to release. It's important they stick to their privacy policy otherwise it's meaningless. The authorities have this information.