Good thing a redditor was there to transcribe it. Also in today's digest: William Shatner gets downvoted for spam.
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Are your overall karma points safe from mass downvotes? (r/TheoryOfReddit)
Baauer, the person behind "Harlem Shake," hosts an AMA. (r/music)
A redditor transcribes the steady decline of a doomed nearby OkCupid date. (r/bestof)
r/AskHistorians details its growth, recent drama, and guidelines. (r/AskHistorians)
Who was the last world leader (aside from Bill Pullman in Independence Day, of course) to actively participate in warfare? (r/AskHistorians)
What created matter? (r/AskScience)
Men discuss whether or not they passionately kiss their female friends. (r/AskMen)
Redditors help a user define meta. That's meta. Not really. (r/explainlikeimfive)
- William Shatner posting a video of "TV commercial daughter" Kaley Cuoco is painted as Priceline advertising and downvoted. (r/SubredditDrama)
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