Magical things happen on r/IAmA sometimes. Also in today's Digest: Justin "The Viking" Wren, creepy facts, and eating on $30 per week.
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- Filmmaker Justin "The Viking" Wren, whose video documenting the freeing of slaves in the Congo went viral thanks to the power of Reddit, makes it to Jimmy Kimmel and The Today Show. He also makes it to r/iAMA. (r/IAMA)
- Redditors share the creepiest facts they know. (r/askreddit)
- In an AMA on r/panthers, a Carolina Panthers player agrees to appear at a redditor's birthday party during the off-season. (r/bestof)
- How does our solar system move through space? (r/AskScience)
- Using the power of Amazon, YouTube, and discount grocery stores, r/LifeProTips helps college students eat healthy for less than $30 per week. (r/LifeProTips)
- What simple things do the ladies of Reddit enjoy? (r/AskWomen)
- Why doesn't the price of car insurance drop the longer you're a good driver? (r/explainlikeimfive)
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