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- r/movies memorializes Roger Ebert by changing upvote and downvote arrows to thumbs-up and thumbs-down images. (r/movies)
- Can the "Reddit hivemind" be better understood through common words used between subreddits? (r/TheoryOfReddit)
- Alien Ant Farm strikes Reddit with a smooth AMA. (r/IAMA)
- Redditors describe the worst parties they ever attended. (r/askreddit)
- When it comes to test-taking, a cheat sheet can serve you well—as a study method. (r/LifeProTips)
- r/AskHistorians explains how World War II was funded in a time that the U.S. was in a crippling depression. (r/AskHistorians)
- Where did middle names come from? (r/explainlikeimfive)
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