Also in today's Reddit Digest: Married life, Gary Johnson, and a perfect Dutch morning.
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- The safe is open! Wait, no, not that safe. Another safe. (r/whatsinthisthing)
- r/TheoryOfReddit discusses how to increase subreddits' levels of prominence. (r/TheoryOfReddit)
- Spouses of Reddit reveal what married life is like. (r/AskReddit)
- Gov. Gary Johnson hosts his latest AMA session. (r/IAMA)
- What historical artifacts or pieces have been lost due to human error? (r/AskHistorians)
- r/RBI, the Reddit Bureau of Investigation, is on the case of a redditor who found a GPS tracking chip in his power strip. (r/bestof)
- When you kill and eat a rattlesnake, you must prove it to Reddit. (r/defaultgems)
- r/AskScience explains how to prove the Earth's rotation. (r/AskScience)
How to kill and cook a squirrel, according to Reddit (NSFL)
Although it was almost overshadowed by the hullabaloo of some president swearing an oath, Monday, Jan. 21 is Squirrel Appreciation Day. Reportedly created in 2001 by conservationist Christy Hargrove, the day is meant to honor those acorn-burying, occasionally-flying, big-toothed little buggers.
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