Also in today's Reddit Digest: moving out, combating stereotypes, Occupy Wall Street, and all of Hollywood's mistakes.
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Anthony Bourdain cooks up a Reddit AMA. (r/IAMA)
Should r/bestof have a no-participation rule? (r/TheoryOfReddit)
AskReddit mod conducts an AMA in r/circlebroke. (r/bestof)
Redditors give advice and tips to a 20-year-old about to move out on her own. (r/AskReddit)
Women of Reddit dispel various stereotypes. (r/AskWomen)
Sharp-eyed r/movies sleuths list mistakes in major Hollywood films. (r/movies)
Why do many major cities in Mexico gravitate toward the center of the country as opposed to the coasts? (r/AskHistorians)
- Redditors discuss the results of Occupy Wall Street. (r/ExplainLikeImFive)
President Obama had beer and noodles with Anthony Bourdain in Vietnam
President Barack Obama on Monday made major foreign-policy news by announcing the end of a decades-long arms embargo on Vietnam . But it was the next thing Obama did on his trip that has Americans talking.
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