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  1. Mystery Science Theater 3000 Creator Joel Hodgson’s Reddit AMA Just Started! Ask Away!

    If you're wondering how he eats and breathes and other science facts.

    Go ask Mystery Science Theater 3000 series creator Joel Hodgson all of your burning questions ahead of this year's Thanksgiving marathon!

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  2. Natalie Dormer Did An AMA, Someone Hold Me

    No flaws detected.

    Natalie Dormer, one true Queen of England and Westeros and the Capitol and Baker Street and our hearts, did an AMA yesterday on Reddit. Shall we see if she's as charming as we want her to be? (Spoiler alert: she is).

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  3. Reddit Launched Its Own Crowdfunding Site, Prepare for Infinite Meme T-Shirts

    Is this what Snoop Dogg hath wrought?

    Those investor dollars Reddit took in from the likes of Snoop Dogg and Jared Leto seem to be paying off, as the site has just launched its very own crowdfunding arm: Redditmade.

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  4. Gillian Anderson Wants to Be Cast In the Female-Led Ghostbusters Right the Hell Now And Other Amazingness From Her Reddit AMA

    GET ON IT, FEIG!

    She doesn't eat chicken nuggets, but IF SHE DID, she could eat more chicken nuggets than you.

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  5. The Best Comments on New York Comic Con’s Anti-Harassment Signs from r/Comic Books

    Pros and Cons

    Yesterday was the first day of New York Comic Con 2014, and with it came the convention's brand new anti-harassment policy and a campaign of making sure it's visible throughout the con. (Full disclosure: we helped.) We happened to notice that the signs placed around the convention were a topic of interest in Reddit's r/ComicBooks, and thought we'd highlight some of our favorite comments here!

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  6. Jeremy Renner Did A Reddit AMA, Would Totally Love A Hawkeye Movie

    "HAHAHA."

    King of Arrows Jeremy Renner did a Reddit AMA, and he revealed some good stuff: he'd love to do a Hawkeye movie, he has "no feelings" about where he was during Winter Soldier, and RDJ washes a mean car. Check out all our fave Renner responses right here.

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  7. Gross Subreddit Promises to Teach How to “Rape Safely” as “Corrective Discipline” for Women

    Nope. Shut it down.

    This. This is the kind of shit we were talking about when we suggested that maybe Reddit's new investor dollars could help them respond more quickly to awful things that are happening on the site. Massive, massive trigger warning.

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  8. Intel Throws Its Chips In With Gamergate, Pulls Ads From Critical Site

    More like Dumbtel. Yeah, you heard me.

    When Zoe Quinn released 4chan #Gamergate logs earlier this month, it seemed like the movement might lose what dubious credibility it still had. But now, in the words of Boing Boing, an extremely misguided decision on behalf of Intel represents "a coup" for the manipulative movement.

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  9. 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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  10. 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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