A look back at the fiasco that was April Fools' 2013 on Reddit. Also: John Green AMA!
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- r/theoryofreddit dissects the removal of r/todayilearned, the sponsored posts of r/askscience, the Orangered-Periwinkle battle, and more of April Fools' Day 2013. (r/TheoryOfReddit)
- New York Times bestselling author John Green hosts AMA. Admittedly for hats. (r/IAMA)
- On r/mylittlepony, an AMA is conducted by a former member of r/bronyhate. (r/SubredditDrama)
- Does the Pope have limits on his power? (r/AskHistorians)
- Why do large masses move slower than individuals? (r/AskScience)
- r/LifeProTips highlights the benefits of working out to audio books. (r/LifeProTips)
- Safe Watch Update: dont_call_me_smee does not out everything as an April Fool's prank. In fact, he hasn't been heard from in a week. (r/whatsinthisthing)
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