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- r/music debates the false story of Justin Bieber getting arrested in Dubai. (r/music)
- What would happen if the mods of a default subreddit decided to close the sub? (r/TheoryOfReddit)
- Redditor ThisIsYourPenis, creator of r/circlejerk, hosts an AMA. (r/InternetAMA)
- A Google Glass tester hosts an AMA. (r/IAMA)
- r/Austin arranges an impromptu meetup to help a recently homeless redditor. (r/bestof)
- Redditor in a r/WTF thread finds a bottle of pills, ingests one, and has not been heard from since. (r/defaultgems)
- r/AskHistorians helps a social studies teacher with a lesson plan on the Arab-Israeli conflict. (r/AskHistorians)
- Do you really have to stay away from doors and electronic devices during a thunderstorm? (r/AskScience)
- User Evilenglish, whose opened safe was mistaken for the safe last week, vanishes. (r/whatsinthisthing)
Judge brings burglary suspect to tears after revealing a surprise about his past
This will give you the feels.4.3k
Why the first U.S. measles death in 12 years is such a big deal
It’s not just because it’s the first one in 12 years.3.4k
xPeke plans to retire after Worlds
One of the most iconic names in esports plans to hang up his mouse and keyboard in just a couple of months.3.2k
Is Reddit's relocation policy to blame for dismissals?
Reddit's expanding alumni page may not be the only sea change in store.
The 3 biggest questions heading into the ESL ESEA final
The first edition of the ESL ESEA Pro League is coming to a head this weekend with $250,000 on the line.29