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  1. Snoop Dogg and Jared Leto Are Now Part-Owners of Reddit Along With Other Less Entertaining Investors

    Redditzilla incoming?

    Reddit recently closed a whopping $50 million round of investing that brought in money from sources that varied from initial Reddit supporter Sam Altman to Jared Leto and Snoop Dogg—er, Doggy Dogg—er, Lion? I'm not up on his current name status. The investment money brings with it many questions, like how soon before we can expect an animal-centric renaming structure for Reddit?

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  2. Evolutionary Anthropologist: Misogyny Not An Inherent Human Trait, Online Harassers Are “Bitter Baboons”

    Sorry, baboons. No offense.

    In his Slate article "Misogyny is Not Human Nature," evolutionary anthropologist Eric Michael Johnson quotes a Reddit user's excuse for the recent nude picture leaks: "[there is] something inherent about human nature that makes this kind of thing inevitable.”

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  3. Concerned Mom Bakes Vagina Cookies For 2nd Grade Class, Promptly Loses Her Goddamned Mind

    I DONT NEED FEMINISM BECUZ WE ALREADY HAVE LADY FINGERS? WEAR R FINGER COOKIES 4 MENZ?

    I can actually understand where one anonymous mom was coming from when she delivered an assortment of frosted vagina cookies to her child's second grade class earlier this month. It's her encore I'm less convinced by.

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  4. Gullible People Are Microwaving Their iPhones Because of a Twitter Prank, Don’t Try This at Home

    Next year it'll be kinetic energy charging that powers it by throwing.

    As advertised, using the new "Wave" technology in iOS 8 will quickly fill your phone's battery—with fire, smoke, and explosions, that is. But that hasn't stopped wide-eyed Internet users for falling for the expensive prank.

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  5. Things We Saw Today: Falkor Is The Tastiest Luck Dragon In All Of Fantasia

    Cake? Did somebody say cake?

    If you'll excuse me, I need to go talk to some sugar about my nostalgia.

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  6. Reddit Mod: Stolen Nude Photos Got Reddit Enough Money to Power Its Servers for a Month

    #Celebgate is the gift that keeps on giving... us nausea.

    The last bit of news we shared with you about those stolen nude celeb photos was actually pretty good, as far as news about this subject goes: The art gallery that was going to display them decided not to, in part because "People were identifying with Jennifer Lawrence’s and Kate Upton’s victimization, much more than [the artist] had anticipated." "Wait. You mean people are calling me out for being awful here? Whoops." Speaking of awful: Reddit making money off the stolen photos.

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  7. Today the Internet Bands Together to Institute Fake “Slow Lanes” and Fight for Net Neutrality

    Damn the man. Save the Internet.

    When you head to your favorite websites today, you may notice some annoying popup graphics. Before you roll your eyes and click the little X, take a moment to note that these are not ads—they're pleas to help save the Internet from the death of net neutrality, and you can help.

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  8. Creator Of Celebrity Nude Reddit Section Boo-Hoos Over Invasion Of His Privacy

    Careful! If you roll your eyes too hard they'll fall out of your head!

    Yesterday the human backwash that started TheFappening subreddit devoted to sharing nude photographs stolen from female celebrities hosted an "Ask Me Anything" to apologize for his egregiously shitty invasion of women's privacy whine over imagined free speech violations in an attempt to extend his fifteen minutes of Internet shame fame.

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  9. Man Posts Parks & Rec Set Visit Pics to Reddit, Finds Out His Grandma’s a Fellow “Reddit Person”

    A Reddit post that won't make you want to throw things!

    We've been hearing a lot of not-so-positive things out of Reddit lately, so it's nice to be able to start off the week on a more positive note. Beware: Your heart might grow three sizes.

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  10. Celebrity Photo Subreddits Banned In The Wake Of Last Week’s Theft

    Welcome to our continuing coverage of "The Worst Month On The Internet."

    A brief refresher, for those of you just now tuning into this ugly mess: Last week, nearly two hundred personal photos (many of them nude) were stolen from dozens of celebrities' iCloud accounts. The photos made their way to Reddit, where they gained particular traction in a subreddit known as "The Fappening." Yesterday, this particular subreddit -- as well as a number of related subs -- was banned.

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