In a comment that garnished 3400 upvotes and numerous awards, a Redditor gives an insider account of the homelessness crisis of some American cities like San Francisco.
In a very brief post that gathered more than 21,000 upvotes and 1800 comments, Redditor RedPlanit expresses his disgust with dragging jobs into social situations.
The GME buying frenzy instigated by the Wallstreetbets Subreddit provoked a completely disproportionate response from The Powers That Be. Major Finance pundits started warning against buying GME on their talk shows. For the first time ever, a coordinated (but illegal) effort was made by retail brokerage apps to restrict the buying of the shares. It is clear that some hedge funds had a lot to lose. But Reddit user johnnydaggers proposes a theory of something even more sinister.
A Redditor who goes by the username bangorlol has provided an in-depth technical analysis of why you should delete Chinese phone app TikTok. His single comment, which won multiple awards, is being saved for posterity here, in case Reddit deletes it.
A Reddit user going by the moniker aaaa222 put up an interesting post in r/conspiracy 26 days ago, on how Reddit’s culture of being a geek meritocracy was being undermined by dark forces. He claims that the post disappeared after it gained a lot of traction (and then suddenly reappeared). We are preserving his post here for the day when Reddit will be posthumously remembered as another Digg.