Plus hear from a WikiLeaks spokesman, sign a petition to hear about Internet freedom at the presidential debates, and learn how Jim Beam makes its bourbon.
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New York City is getting the world’s biggest Ferris wheel. Problem: It’s in Staten Island, so those purists at r/NYC say they won’t go. (r/NYC)
“I am Kristinn Hrafnsson, official spokesman of Wikileaks. I’m here to answer any question you have to the best of my ability.” (r/IAmA)
Want to see presidential candidates weigh in on SOPA? Redditors from r/TestPAC want you to sign a petition to make Internet freedom an issue at the presidential debates. (r/SOPA)
Those moonshiners at r/firewater share a cool flowchart about how Jim Beam makes its bourbon. (r/firewater)
- Trouble viewing r/AntiSRS? That’s because the mods set it to private. Here’s a screengrab of one of them explaining (and explaining, and explaining) why. (r/subredditdrama)
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