Is 277k a number close to zero? How about 330 million? Learn new math as one user insists close to zero is subjective
A moderator of r/Conservative asks r/modhelp why r/TopMindsOfReddit and its satellites aren't quarantined. Shit hits the fan when a moderator of TMOR, r/ContraPoints and other such subreddits reveals she'd received doxx information on another ArCon moderator.
Instead of letting sleeping dogs lay, one user is adamant his preferred household floof is smarter then yours
Drama starts twice in r/skeiro when some gamers have heated moments over a hypothetical easy mode in sekiro
User in /r/Modsupport complains that Reddit has banned Pixiv links. One user commends this move saying that admins are actually doing something against rampant pedophilia. Pixiv happens to a website popular among anime fandom. You can very much expect what drama you are going to dive into.
/r/Justneckbeardthings discuss how attractive fat gamer dudes are, and why Asian women are cuter and age better.
Is 'Rule, Brittania' a celebration of genocide, or just an exaltation of the British people? Can historical context add extra-textual meaning to art? And where do Neo-Nazis fit in? /r/badhistory debates
The stars align when one user in /r/skeptic tries to defend the use of astrology to predict the future
Are yellow sheets of cheese on top of eggs along with hotdogs real food or not? /r/Firstworldanarchists discusses
Things go downhill in r/announcements when the admins announce a donation drive for the WHO fund. People don't like the WHO, one admin doesn't understand the sentiment of the people and responds.
Mods of a large history subreddit test out new feature allowing them to mass-DM every subscriber as often as they want. Users let the mods know their opinions about unsolicited DMs, but mods demur.
A recruiter posts in /r/recruitinghell about a candidate who accepted a different offer two days before their start date. The sub takes the candidate's side.
Go grab some popcorn because a video that shows a teacher hitting a student first has just been posted in r/publicfreakout
A thread in r/publicfreakout features a Jewish child. It gets brigaded by nazis, who refer to the child as "it" throughout the thread and ponder whether Jews are out-breeding the world.
"I'm always left laughing when I'm told I'm anti-fascist"
r/KotakuInAction discovers that a woman in a video game is wearing shorts instead of a skirt. Is this a conspiracy to defraud customers who pre-ordered?
OP mods Nerf guns to look like a gun from DOOM. User asks OP for tips about making it. OP gets pissy. Mods get involved.
Ethical Dilemma in /r/Frisson when one child comment spawns a discussion of whether or not old people should be sacrificed for the greater good.
Mod or mods of r/Justiceserved intentionally post false information in a sticky, and covers their tracks by deleting anyone posting the original article.
A player isn't as good as they thought, SBMM hurts their feelings a lot, come join me in COD warzone where everyone but you is a bot.
Trade Rumors: Can buy Realistic Sexism at r/mountandblade for: 1; Can sell Buttered Popcorn at r/SubredditDrama for: 69
A new, highly anticipated fan creation has been recently released and fans have been theorizing what it all means. OP on the other hand, has decided to become an inquisitor, because no one expects the Imperial Inquisition.
Head mod of RPDRDRAMA experiences mild disagreement one time in a conversation, calmly and rationally shuts down entire subreddit
Dutch company Photoshops out the part where minimum wage workers ask for a higher salary. Discussion about what is or isn't a fair wage ensues.
r/leagueoflegends Most toxic game in the Universe plans to penalize players more for avoiding toxic players. Redditors are little upset
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