Photo of the Day: This Amazing Picture a Redditor Shared Shows His Wife With Bilateral Coloboma and His Dog With Heterochromia

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Reddit user AlwaysClammin explained that Bilateral Coloboma means her irises are not fully developed. While her vision is bad, she wears contacts which improve it.

His wife also created an AMA about her condition here.

Redditor's Russian Wife Can't Describe a Tape Measure, Accidentally Creates a Dictionary of New Terms for Things

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AMA of the Day: Bill Gates Took to Reddit for an AMA

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Read what he had to say here.

Bill even answered if he could jump a chair like this still. Check out his response to that question.

Photoshop Battle of the Day: A Random Dodge Challenger Beat the Snowstorm This Week, And Reddit Decided to Have Some Fun

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Office Hijinks of the Day: This Guy Uses His Boss's Dog to Recreate Iconic Scenes From Movies

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New Meme of the Day: The 60 Year Old Girl

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Crowdsourcing Project of the Day: Redditors Launch a Short-Lived Manhunt for The D.C. Navy Yard Shooter

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In the wake of today's fatal shootings at the Washington Navy Yard that left at least a dozen of people dead, several Redditors apparently began organizing a manhunt in an attempt to identify the shooter under the newly launched /r/findnavyyardshooters subreddit, though it was promptly banned from the site after many ignored the community's only rule which stated "NO PERSONAL INFORMATION ABOUT LEADS UNLESS YOU'RE REALLY SURE." While many seem to agree with the site administrator's decision, reminding themselves of the infamous sleuthing that took place earlier this year during the Boston Marathon bomber manhunt, others on the site have raised questions over whether it was meant to be satirical from the beginning, given the tongue-in-cheek tone of several posts (like this one) that made their way onto the subreddit prior to its removal.