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Hello fellow web crawlers! Kira here. Welcome to today’s edition of web_crawlr

Today’s top stories are about: a scatological conspiracy about Biden that just won’t go away, a Bank of America customer who lost a great deal of money, the backlash against Call of Duty’s Pride Month celebration, and the FBI finally getting around to investigating a nefarious corporate landlord that’s long been the subject of renters’ ire

After that, Mikael’s got a “One Dumb Conspiracy” column for you.

Until next time,

— K.D.

⚡ Today in Internet Culture

Conservatives are once again fighting over whether Biden pooped his pants

Video of the president in France is being cited as evidence of the unintended defecation.


‘I’m terrified’: Bank of America customer says $11,000 were stolen from her—and bank workers were in on it

“Bank of America has stolen over $11,000 from us,” says a woman on TikTok. “And yes, I’m talking about the actual employees who work at Bank of America.”


Call of Duty Pride flag bullets spark uproar from those pushing fake trans mass shooter panic

The game introduced LGBTQ-themed weapon skins in honor of Pride month.


A corporate landlord was raided by the FBI in a rent-fixing investigation—but renters online long fostered complaints

Posters online sounded the alarm bell for years against companies currently involved in civil suits.


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🔍 One Dumb Conspiracy 

By Mikael Thalen
Staff Reporter

No, secrets about Diddy were not spilled by an ‘undercover FBI agent’

In each edition of web_crawlr we have exclusive original content every day. On Mondays our Tech Reporter Mikael Thalen debunks the most wild conspiracy theories swirling around the web in his “One Dumb Conspiracy” column. If you want to read columns like this before everyone else, subscribe to web_crawlr to get your daily scoop of internet culture delivered straight to your inbox.

🕸️ Crawling the Web

Here is what else is happening across the ‘net.

🚘 A mechanic showed users how to change their own brakes in a viral video. But is it worth it to do at home?

🛒 This Costco shopper’s “hack” to beat shrinkflation divided her viewers.

💳 An outraged T.J. Maxx customer took to TikTok after claiming to have been tricked into purchasing the store credit card.

🍽️ Chili’s has done it again: Seated a table after they placed an order only to tell them that there wasn’t any available silverware.

🪑 This ex-Barnes and Noble worker got a lot of attention online after she revealed the real reason the store took away the big comfy chairs

🥩 A Subway employee’s post showing how the restaurant prepares its steak isn’t just going viral—it’s apparently making some people gag.

📺 From the Daily Dot archive: What happens when your favorite TV show gets canceled

📝 Question of the Day

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