Also in today's Reddit Digest: Steubenville resident AMA, Nicolas Cage, and Reddit's own language.
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- Safe Watch, Day 4: New Zealand redditor whose friend discovered a locked safe in his new home informs curious redditors that a locksmith will be there within days. (r/whatsinthisthing)
- Does Reddit have its own language? If so, has that language created stereotypes and specific vocabularies? (r/TheoryOfReddit)
- Redditors list who they would most like to represent the human race to visiting aliens. Yes, Nicolas Cage makes the list. (r/askreddit)
- Gerard Butler hosts an AMA. (r/iama)
- A Steubenville resident familiar with everyone involved in the rape case hosts an AMA. (r/iama)
- Reddit power user andrewsmith1986 marks his cake day by revealing himself to be both arrowtotheknee and Trapped_in_Reddit. (r/self)
- Maybe you shouldn't petition Reddit... even in r/drugs... for help making meth. (r/SubredditDrama)
- Reddit shirts have returned! (r/blog)
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