In how many ways and how many times will Reddit and Google have to re-explain that they actually aggressively moderate content on their platform, after a Rep makes a false claim suggesting they don't do enough "because of 230"
Sprite creates a Reddit campaign to help young people cope with their loneliness
Twitter is Dark Souls of social media. Reddit is Bloodborne. Insta is Zelda.
Just saw this on reddit and it blew my mind. Is Grover saying "yes, yes, that's a f**king excellent idea" or "yes, yes that sounds like an excellent idea." I can hear both depending on which one I'm thinking in my head!
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