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- Jeffree Star wears cornrows after being accused of cultural appropriation Monday 4:49 PM
- Jeff Bezos says he’ll commit $10 billion to combat climate change Monday 4:18 PM
- A TikTok user went on a mission to turn his urine blue by chugging food coloring Monday 3:55 PM
- YouTuber’s vacation in ‘Bali’ was actually staged at Ikea Monday 3:14 PM
- Video shows liquor store manager calling employee ‘f*cking worthless’ Monday 1:16 PM
- Instagram influencer scams followers out of $1.5 million Monday 12:22 PM
- Why did the Israeli military tweet this thirst trap? Monday 10:43 AM
- Jake Paul wants you to have financial freedom… by paying him a monthly fee Monday 10:40 AM
- Tweets from Sanders supporters are terrifying the establishment Monday 10:15 AM
- Zuckerberg says he supports 1 bill in Congress that would regulate Facebook Monday 10:11 AM
- Uncanny ‘Back to the Future’ deepfake transports Tom Holland and Robert Downey, Jr. to 1985 Monday 10:04 AM
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Behind the scenes of MTV’s “The Real World”
Are baby boomers the most selfish generation ever? Can you force yourself to see upside down? And how can you combat Eternal September? That and more in today’s digest.
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A former cast member explains why shows like MTV’s The Real World seem so fake. That comment launches an AMA. (r/DepthHub)
“I once heard that if you wore glasses that turned your vision upside down for about 3 days and you took it off, you would see the world upside down. Is this even possible?” Yes, apparently. (r/askscience)
Zach Anner is back, this time with his own crowdsourced online travel series. (r/IAmA)
r/TheoryOfReddit discusses how to combat Eternal September, using the decline of r/TrueReddit as a reference point. (r/TheoryOfReddit)
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