dupedyetagain44 karma2020-07-23 21:23:13 UTC
Gaming's equivalent of "I'mma let you finish but..."
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dupedyetagain13 karma2020-07-22 21:28:29 UTC
Author/OP wasn't making a value judgment, just explaining Russia's interests in disinformation.
dupedyetagain8 karma2021-03-30 15:47:12 UTC
What a fascinating idea! Can you give any examples of in-game situations that you have used to help address social anxiety or depression?
dupedyetagain2 karma2020-12-09 18:23:10 UTC
What joke/routine by another comedian do you wish you wrote?
dupedyetagain0 karma2020-10-23 14:28:51 UTC
I see this accusation thrown around a lot. My personal opinion is that the alleged "liberal bias" of r/politics simply reflects the following :
TL;DR: r/politics is heavily left-leaning, with hyperbolic headlines—not through conspiracy or astroturfing, but because the average American (of any political affiliation) is susceptible to clickbait, and the average American (and, even moreso, the average redditor) is left-leaning. Naturally, a majority left-leaning userbase is going to upvote left-leaning articles and downvote right-leaning articles. This is particularly true in the Trump era, in which the GOP essentially holds all national power (so is naturally going to be the focus of journalistic scrutiny), and in which Trump has been a near-daily firehose of scandal.
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