Heartwarming Human Interest Story of the Day

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Heartwarming Human Interest Story of the Day
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Four days ago, Reddit user SoundCheckBrew turned to the message boards in search of help restoring a weathered newspaper photo of his great-grandparents and his grandfather, taken shortly after the family returned to the U.S. during World War II. A handful of Photoshop-savvy Redditors volunteered to help, and in a post earlier today, SoundCheckBrew was ecstatic:

"This picture looks amazing! I had to take a moment to really take in what you did! ... Thank you Reddit and Photoshoppers for restoring my Grandfathers picture! Here he is with the final framed and printed copy! ... He was teary eyed."

[reddit]

Heartwarming Tearjerker of the Day

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Heartwarming Tearjerker of the Day
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Who can make it through all 19 of these heartbreakers with nary a tear? Only someone without a soul. "That first video should've been batting clean-up instead of lead-off," one Reddit user said. Challenge accepted.

[reddit]

This Might Not End Well of the Day

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This Might Not End Well of the Day
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This Might Not End Well of the Day: The story starts with a Redditor named Lucidending, who initiated an AMA thread (what's AMA?) claiming to be a cancer patient who was ending his life with the help of Oregon's Death with Dignity Act. The thr

Special Report of the Day: Reddit's Ask Me Anything Forum

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Special Report of the Day: Reddit's Ask Me Anything Forum
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Special Report of the Day: Reddit's Ask Me Anything (IAMA) subforum -- which invites anyone with a Reddit account to set up an impromptu Q & A session -- has always been a captivating crowd pleaser.

But, according to Reddit's official blog, the popularity of so-called IAMAs suddenly took off in a big way this past week, with three IAMAs (one of which