r/Damnthatsinteresting • u/EmptySpaceForAHeart • 7h ago
Video Ravens have been shown to have the intelligence of 7yr old children and often have similar mannerisms as well.
r/ask • u/yomommafool • 13h ago
People who do not fear death, why?
r/AskReddit • u/ReliableFart • 9h ago
What instantly ruins a salad?
r/technology • u/sussywanker • 13h ago
Social Media Reddit CEO doubles down on attack on Apollo developer in drama-filled AMA
r/antiwork • u/dancartopb • 16h ago
Landlords are the scum of the earth, your the reason why they have to rent.
r/nba • u/IamOlderthanMe • 7h ago
Post Game Thread [Post Game Thread] The Denver Nuggets (3-1) take a commanding lead in the NBA Finals over the Miami Heat (1-3), 108-95. Aaron Gordon scores 27 points in the win.
|108 - 95|
|Box Scores: NBA - Yahoo|
|Location: Kaseya Center (20184), Clock: Final|
|Officials: Scott Foster, Bill Kennedy, and James Williams|
|rnbapgtgenerator by /u/f1uk3r|
[reddit] /u/spez, CEO of Reddit, decides to ruin the sitereddit.com
r/nextfuckinglevel • u/_DarkBlack • 5h ago
When you're overqualified for the job
r/news • u/Raspberries-Are-Evil • 17h ago
Site changed title Trump federal indictment unsealed in classified documents probeabcnews.go.com
r/therewasanattempt • u/TXVERAS • 18h ago
To jump the counter
r/todayilearned • u/sunnymushroom • 9h ago
TIL that Varina Davis, the First Lady of the Confederate States of America, was personally opposed to slavery and doubted the Confederacy could ever succeed. After her husband’s death, she moved to New York City and wrote that “the right side had won the Civil War.”
r/nottheonion • u/Zantron7 • 20h ago
LIV Golf's Bryson DeChambeau suggests 9/11 families should forgive Saudi Arabia: 'Nobody's perfect'
r/MadeMeSmile • u/KimCureAll • 9h ago
Good News Four missing children found alive in the jungle 40 days after plane crash
r/PublicFreakout • u/mtech101 • 12h ago
Mom tells her kids to stomp on pride flag in Ottawa.
r/Adulting • u/TrixoftheTrade • 15h ago
People make over $200k a year, what do you do? How did you get there?
People go back & forth all the time on whether or not a $100,000 a year salary is rich, upper middle class, or middle class. There’s a ton of nuance in that question - $100k for a single person living in Little Rock is very different from $100k for a family of 4 in San Jose. Long story short, $100k is enough to have modest, comfortable life, but you aren’t exactly living large off that salary.
That, and $100k isn’t that high of a bar to clear anymore, at least in America. Plenty of career fields have a clear path $100k, with some time, effort, and the right set of skills. It is estimated that 18% of working-age Americans currently make over $100k annually, and about 32% of Americans can expect to make at least $100k at some point in their lines.
But a $200k a year salary is almost universally considered “well off” by most people’s standards. The $200k club is a lot more exclusive than the $100k club; only 3% of working-age Americans make over $200k. So, Redditors who are in the $200k salary club - what do you do & how did you get there?
r/NoStupidQuestions • u/Thawra-Intifada • 10h ago
Answered Is it worth it to you to have higher taxes in exchange for universal health coverage?
r/CrazyFuckingVideos • u/Kammler1944 • 5h ago
Insane/Crazy USA civilian owned quad minguns........24,000 rounds/minute........'Merica!!
r/politics • u/ReallyJustTheFacts • 9h ago
Donald Trump’s New Criminal Case Looks Devastating
r/WhitePeopleTwitter • u/seangolden06 • 10h ago
He’s clearly upset today
r/StarWars • u/_RERO_ • 14h ago
Movies I really don't understand. Can someone explain to me how Palpatine survived this?
r/facepalm • u/808picklejuice • 12h ago
🇲🇮🇸🇨 My kid had a meltdown so I deserve free ice cream
r/worldnews • u/Jimmymgs • 15h ago
Boris Johnson stands down as an MP immediately[BBC NEWS]bbc.co.uk
r/oddlysatisfying • u/LucidCunning • 8h ago
A sheet of ice breaks away from Lake Michigan after a deep freeze.
r/Conservative • u/bshapiro24 • 16h ago
Flaired Users Only Trump Classified Documents Indictment Made Public
r/ProgrammerHumor • u/TheSpiderLady88 • 9h ago
My husband sent me this. He doesn't understand Excel but he knows I will get the joke and laugh.