Profile overview for mrduck.
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4 submissions to Skeptic

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1 submissions to atheism

This user has so far shared a total of 7 links, started a total of 0 discussions and submitted a total of 11 comments.

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The Land Whale Watchers' Guide: A visual tool for identifying and learning about different land whales. (Links to pics) submitted by FattyHater to fatpeoplehate

mrduck 0 points 7 points (+7|-0) ago

Terminal Lance has done several series on these. His descriptions in the comments seem pretty spot on:

"This creature of lore is actually quite common within the Marine Corps. Mostly found in the darkest corners of base housing, Dependapotamus may look like a predator of some kind, but it is actually defined as a parasite. Much like a tick or leach, the creature will engorge itself into gluttony through the benefits and steady paychecks offered by the unsuspecting Marine."

http://terminallance.com/2010/08/06/terminal-lance-56-myths-and-legends-ii-the-dependapotamus/ http://terminallance.com/2012/03/06/terminal-lance-183-his-boots-her-flip-flops/ http://terminallance.com/2013/12/10/terminal-lance-revenge-of-the-dependapotamus-pg-4/

Dear Ellen... submitted by Danoded to MeanwhileOnReddit

mrduck 0 points 6 points (+6|-0) ago

What must really give these people heart attacks is how easy it is to create an online forum like Reddit. The source code is open and now two students just made a faster improved version of Reddit while attending university.

Meanwhile Reddit has a budget, staff and has made no meaningful changes to the platform in years. Voat might not kill reddit, but they showed how easy it is.

Reddit and Monopoly Power submitted by Rychek4 to MeanwhileOnReddit

mrduck 0 points 4 points (+4|-0) ago

This was what made Reddit good in the first place. They were in competition with Digg at the time. The introduced new features and worked hard to grow the community. People who were tired of the Digg hivemind found a better community on Reddit. After the Digg exodus the number of new features slowed to a crawl as Reddit focused on a series of weird tangential projects and the contribution of Redditors is as bad Digg ever was.

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Voat Mascot??? submitted by unusedvoat to ideasforvoat

mrduck 0 points 0 points (+0|-0) ago

Delta (Δ), it can refer to change and is already in the logo.

SJW Cult Indoctrinates Girl Scouts In Cultural Marxism submitted by Slick_Nick to politics

mrduck 0 points 0 points (+0|-0) ago

One of the really strange ironies of my childhood was watching my mother protest the take over of the school board by Evangelical Christians and their attempts to teach bogus history and science. At the same time she was telling her kids about the ancient matriarchy and the social cause of gender...

What dles reddits future look like? Is it bound to hell like digg?Or will it do even worse? submitted by ah to MeanwhileOnReddit

mrduck 0 points 0 points (+0|-0) ago

Reddit was already a community before Digg imploded. If I remember right reddit was at that time a place to get away from the power users and backroom dealing that was happening on Digg. When Digg imploded reddit got the whole boat load good and bad. Right now there is no clear successor to reddit....