r/WhitePeopleTwitter 5h ago

Clubhouse Wounded Veteran speaks on Trump taking a bullet for his country

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r/todayilearned 6h ago

TIL Natalia Tena, who played Osha in Game of Thrones, was denied a pubic wig for her nude scenes despite arguing that her character, a Wildling, wouldn’t shave or trim. She wasn't even allowed to grow out her own hair, as the directors insisted on it being short.


r/interestingasfuck 9h ago

r/all The bullet path.

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r/AskReddit 16h ago

What do you think realistically would have happened if Trump got killed by the shooter? NSFW


r/interestingasfuck 2h ago

r/all Video showing the shooter crawling into position while folks point him out to law enforcement at Trump rally


r/pics 4h ago

Politics Biden speaks to political violence from the Oval Office

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r/AnythingGoesNews 15h ago

Trump Shooter Identified As 20-Year-Old Republican Thomas Matthew Crooks


r/Weird 14h ago

Why would you choose this carpet for your hotel?

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r/sports 4h ago

Soccer Copa America championship game between Argentina and Colombia has been delayed by over an hour now because of thousands fans entering without a ticket. Many fans who bought tickets are now stuck outside, as the stadium is at “capacity”.


r/millenials 6h ago

I will never feel guilty for calling Trump out for his fascists ideas. Ever. There is no scenario where I am going to buy into this guilt trip.


Trump is a fascist. Him being shot does not make that not a true statement.

I am not going to shut up just because some idiot shot another idiot.

Trump advocates for political violence. That is a hallmark of fascism.

Saying this fact, did not cause for Trump to get shot.

Saying so is obviously manipulation.

I realize this is the right wing's thing which is why I have one last thing to so say to you:

I don't give a fuck. I am not playing your manipulation games.

r/funny 7h ago

I know a guy


r/oddlysatisfying 4h ago

Restoration of a 1920s razor blade sharpener



r/hearthstone 8h ago

News Perils in Paradise Bundle Giveaway! Win 1 of 50 codes for 60 packs, 2 random legendaries, and Hakkar card back!


Well met!

To celebrate the upcoming expansion, Blizzard have graciously given us 50 Perils in Paradise Standard Pre-Purchase Bundles to give away to the r/Hearthstone community! The bundle includes:

  • 60 Perils in Paradise card packs
  • 2 random Legendary cards from Perils in Paradise
  • Hakkar the Houndmaster Hunter card back

All 50 bundles will be handed out to Redditors picked at random who comment in this thread. To enter, simply reply to this post! Your Reddit account must have been created before July 14th 2024 to be eligible to win. Be advised, multiple top-level comments will disqualify you from the giveaway!

If you've already purchased and redeemed this prepurchase bundle, you will not be able to redeem another one in the event you win this giveaway. You will however still be able to give the code to a friend! In addition, winners who have disabled direct messages on Reddit won't be receiving any codes, so remember to enable those DMs!

The giveaway ends Sunday the 21st at 5pm EST, at which point the thread will be locked. Winners will contacted shortly thereafter!

Perils in Paradise launches Tuesday, July 23rd! Good luck!

r/clevercomebacks 5h ago

Devine Intervention

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r/AITAH 12h ago

AITA for refusing to let my in-laws see my daughter after what they did during her birth?


I (29F) recently gave birth to my first child, a beautiful baby girl named "Lily." My husband (32M) and I have been over the moon, but our joy was ruined by an incident with my in-laws that I can't get over.

For context, my MIL "Karen" (58F) and FIL "Bob" (60M) have always been overbearing and intrusive, but my husband and I have tried to keep the peace. Throughout my pregnancy, Karen constantly criticized my choices, from my diet to my birth plan. She insisted on being in the delivery room, which I firmly declined. She threw a fit, claiming she had every right to be there as the grandmother, but I stood my ground.

When I went into labor, my husband and I headed to the hospital. Everything was progressing normally until I was about to start pushing. That's when the door burst open, and Karen and Bob barged in, having lied to the nurses to gain access. I was in the middle of a contraction, in immense pain, and suddenly had my in-laws in my face, shouting "encouragement" and trying to film the birth on their phones.

I was mortified and enraged. I screamed at them to get out, but they refused, saying they had a right to be there. My husband tried to get them to leave, but they wouldn't budge. The nurses and the other hospital staff had to physically remove them from the room. This caused such a commotion that my labor stalled, and I ended up needing an emergency C-section due to the stress and delay they caused.

After Lily was born, Karen and Bob were unapologetic. They actually had the nerve to post about the birth on social media, including pictures they took during the chaos, without our consent. They announced her name and details before we had a chance to, and even worse, they shared a picture of me they clicked while I was in the delivery room earlier(before the emergency C-section) trying to push.

I was pissed and heartbroken. This was supposed to be a private, special moment for my husband and me, and they completely violated that. I decided then and there that they wouldn’t see Lily until they showed genuine remorse and apologized.

When we got home from the hospital, they demanded to visit. I told them they were not welcome and explained why. Karen blew up, saying I was being cruel and a bitch denying them their rights as grandparents. My husband is supportive but torn because they are his parents. They’ve since started a smear campaign against me to the rest of the family, painting me as the villain who’s keeping their grandchild away for no good reason.

Now, I’m getting calls and messages from extended family(from husband's side), accusing me of being heartless and unforgiving. They say I should put it behind me for the sake of family harmony, but I can’t. Also my husband's 2 sisters are saying that if they were kind enough to forgive me after i threw a 'hissy fit' and embarrassed and insulted them by getting them thrown out or the delivery room, then I should forgive them too. Every time I think about what they did, I get so angry and upset. I don’t trust them, and I don’t want them around my daughter until they truly understand and regret the pain they caused.

AITA for refusing to let my in-laws see my daughter after what they did during her birth?

r/news 13h ago

The Secret Service is investigating how man the who shot Trump got as close as he did

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r/pics 13h ago

Politics FBI Raid Trump Gunman’s Home

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r/mildlyinfuriating 4h ago

I blame the architect

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No way someone can be this mean

r/HumansBeingBros 6h ago

Aydan is an online streamer and he paid off his mom's school loans with the money he made gaming


r/mildlyinfuriating 13h ago

Everyday on my walk, this person is parked on the sidewalk (which is illegal) even though they have plenty of room on their driveway.

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I come across it everyday since I walk my dogs around the same time each morning. No one is in the car and there is no other cars on the driveway. In my state, it’s not legal to block the sidewalk even if it’s your own driveway.

r/books 20h ago

The news about Neil Gaiman hit me hard


I don't know what to say. I've been feeling down since hearing the news. I found out about Neil through some of my other favorite authors, namely Joe Hill. I've just felt off since hearing about what he's done. Authors like Joe (and many others) praised him so highly. He gave hope to so many from broken homes. Quotes from some of his books got me through really bad days. His views on reading and the arts were so beautiful. I guess I'm asking how everyone else is coping with this? I'm struggling to not think that Neils friends (other writers) knew about this, or that they could be doing the same, mostly because of how surprised I was to hear him, of all people, could do this. I just feel tricked.

r/MadeMeSmile 8h ago

Favorite People If you give your teacher a cookie


r/daverubin 15h ago

Dave calls for ANTIFA to labeled a terrorist organization in the wake of the Trump assassination attempt

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r/meirl 6h ago


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r/AdviceAnimals 17h ago

The shooter was Republican

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