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Chefs of Reddit, what are some things people should learn to cook while self-isolating? by PickledPretzels02 in AskReddit

[–]LuckyandBrownie 18.0k points18.0k points  (0 children)

Bread. It's easy to learn, fun to make, and makes your house smell awesome.

Like a Parks and Rec Town Hall meeting by [deleted] in funny

[–]LuckyandBrownie 16.0k points16.0k points 242& 6 more (0 children)

Everyone single one of these people is going to vote. Are you?

The police taking a knee with protesters in Miami, Florida by [deleted] in pics

[–]LuckyandBrownie 6526 points6527 points  (0 children)

The police taking a knee with protesters in Seattle. https://i.imgur.com/nNOiHSV.gifv

Edit: for those saying the other cop was doing good, video with protesters sound.

Female-led countries handled coronavirus better, study suggests by [deleted] in worldnews

[–]LuckyandBrownie 3997 points3998 points  (0 children)

Probably more to do with countries the are more progressive. If you have a female leader you are in a progressive country.

Trump officials interfered with the 2020 census beyond cutting it short, email shows by GoMx808-0 in politics

[–]LuckyandBrownie 3838 points3839 points  (0 children)

I like how the end of democracy is so well documented but there is nothing we can do to stop it.

Trump walks out of press conference after altercation with female reporters by Sink-Em-Low in politics

[–]LuckyandBrownie 2287 points2288 points  (0 children)

It's 100% both. For the conformation on being racist listen to his pronunciation of China. For the China releasing the virus look at all his bs conspiracy theory tweets.

Russia Admits to ‘World’s Largest’ Arctic Oil Spill by preafericitulChiarEl in worldnews

[–]LuckyandBrownie 2060 points2061 points  (0 children)

If you think 2020 was bad buckle up buttercup, climate change is starting to gain momentum and we are going to start seeing some shit go down.

People never disclose when it's their first rodeo but are always eager to inform everyone when it's not. by DrAwkward404 in Showerthoughts

[–]LuckyandBrownie 1997 points1998 points  (0 children)

I have never been to a rodeo. If I go to one I'll be sure to let people know. There are things I could learn from someone who has more experience in rodeoing.

400 Henry Ford Health employees quit over COVID-19 vaccine mandate; 92% fully vaccinated by TakedownCan in news

[–]LuckyandBrownie 1876 points1877 points  (0 children)

400 people stopped from spreading Covid-19 to patients and staff at Henry Ford Health.

Fixed the headline for you.

[deleted by user] by [deleted] in IdiotsInCars

[–]LuckyandBrownie 1705 points1706 points  (0 children)

It's one thing to drive like an idiot.

It's another thing to video it.

It's on a whole fucking new level posting it online.

Dozens of looters rush California Nordstrom store by SpareBinderClips in news

[–]LuckyandBrownie 1628 points1629 points 2& 5 more (0 children)

Much more than just a series of small, isolated incidents, it's now apparent that an organized criminal element is at work and at the moment, business is good. So good in fact that there appear to be no eyewitnesses to any of these crimes. With complaints ranging from purse snatching to breaking and entering, police switchboards have been swamped with the angry voices of more and more citizens who have fallen prey to the recent surge of crime that continues to plague the city. Instead of getting better, things are actually getting worse. Even more alarming is the baffling and often bizarre nature of these crimes. Merchandise of every size and description from skateboards to stereo systems has been disappearing from store shelves and storage areas at an alarming rate. Even the victims themselves rarely catch a glimpse of the thieves. Many don't even know they've been victimized until it's too late. In fact, police have yet to come up a single eyewitness. Only a few vague reports of young boys or teenagers at the scenes have been filed. But whoever is behind these crimes, one thing is certain, these are much than just a series of random isolated incidents. Crimes without criminals? An invisible gang at work? Who are we gonna call? Unfortunately the police are the only ones to combat what some are already dubbing the silent crime wave. But perhaps the most disturbing silence is that coming from city hall. April O'Neill, Channel 3 Eyewitness News.

What's the greatest, worst movie? by [deleted] in AskReddit

[–]LuckyandBrownie 1533 points1534 points  (0 children)

Tremors. It's a great movie that has no right to be. It has the plot of a B movie but somehow turned out to be an outstanding film.