Maine rep. Diane Russell shows up in a r/trees discussion of—you guessed it—Rep. Diane Russell. Redditors realize they've grown up. And a puppy leaves tracks in the snow.
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There is now a tool, thanks to redditor nekosune, that can display whether a user's account has been deleted or shadowbanned. (r/MetaHub)
Eric Lander, a leader on the Human Genome Project and a presidential science and technology advisor, hosts an AMA. (r/IAMA)
Admin reostra explains why Reddit became popular. (r/bestof)
Maine rep. Diane Russell shows up in an r/trees thread discussing—can you guess?—Maine rep. Diane Russell. (r/bestof)
Redditors realize they've grown up. (r/AskReddit)
Can a planet be so large that stars orbit it? (r/AskScience)
r/Historians expands from Reddit to Twitter. (r/AskHistorians)
Why do Americans view soccer differently from the rest of the world? (r/explainlikeimfive)
- r/Historians reveals any occasions in which major events in world history were affected by poor translators who were helping various heads of state communicate. (r/AskHistorians)
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