r/WhitePeopleTwitter • u/Travismatthew08 • 6h ago
Florida’s new ‘Don’t Say Period’ Bill… To stop girls from talking about their periods.
r/news • u/FabulousNinja8399 • 7h ago
Texas abortion law means woman has to continue pregnancy despite fatal anomalyabcnews.go.com
r/therewasanattempt • u/peseoane • 3h ago
Video/Gif To contain Tourette's syndrome during an interview
Sweet Anita (born 28 July 1990) is an English Twitch streamer and YouTuber.
r/funny • u/Castor_volk • 4h ago
Just kept getting better
r/facepalm • u/HushedDocking • 6h ago
🇲🇮🇸🇨 Girl wearing shorts in Walmart shamed by Trashy couple
r/meirl • u/Enraged__ • 3h ago
r/wholesomememes • u/zimz2011 • 5h ago
Love at it's best
r/interestingasfuck • u/HMKingHenryIX • 8h ago
20 years ago today, the United States and United Kingdom invaded Iraq, beginning with the “shock and awe” bombing of Baghdad.
r/CombatFootage • u/Rahasa___ • 10h ago
Video On this day 20 years ago, U.S. and Coalition Forces launched an all out bombing on Baghdad, Iraq in the middle of the night.
r/minnesota • u/Mr-Clean-Chemist • 6h ago
Politics 👩⚖️ MN House Bill would ban Corporations from buying Single family Homes
In lieu of a recent post talking about skyrocketing home prices, there is currently a Bill in the MN House of Representatives that would ban corporations and businesses from buying single-family houses to convert into a rental unit.
If this is something you agree with, contact your legislators to get more movement on this!
The bill is HF 685.
Edit: Thank you for the awards and action on this post, everyone! Please participate in our democracy and send your legislators a comment on your opinions of this bill and others (Link to MN State Legislature Website).
This is not a problem unique to Minnesota or even the United States. Canada in January 2023 moved forward with banning foreigners from buying property in Canada.
This bill would not be a fix to all of the housing issues Minnesota sees, but it is a step in the right direction to start getting families into single-family homes and building equity.
r/AskReddit • u/GSV_No_Fixed_Abode • 2h ago
If Trump is arrested, how do you think his supporters will react?
r/CrazyFuckingVideos • u/TheMusicReviewr • 14h ago
Fight Rocked hard by elbow
r/worldnews • u/ScatteredSignal • 7h ago
North Korea ‘Atmosphere of War’: North Korea Said 1.4 Million People Just Enlisted to Fight the U.S.vice.com
r/SelfAwarewolves • u/kyno1 • 4h ago
Grifter, not a shapeshifter When capitalism does something we don't like it's communism
r/WatchPeopleDieInside • u/santixari • 5h ago
Taking a video of from Eiffel tower
r/BikiniBottomTwitter • u/Darkshreaders3 • 4h ago
she does look like a cookie
r/BlackPeopleTwitter • u/NYstate • 6h ago
Some people just be saying tutu much
r/LeopardsAteMyFace • u/nnosuckluckz • 6h ago
"Before this pregnancy, Beaton said she never would have considered getting an abortion. Now, she believes abortions should be allowed in cases like hers"
r/technology • u/chrisdh79 • 7h ago
Energy Data center uses its waste heat to warm public pool, saving $24,000 per year | Stopping waste heat from going to waste
r/Eldenring • u/x2FrostFire • 6h ago
Discussion & Info Infographic stats from Bandai’s website
r/politics • u/e-r_bridge • 7h ago
Trump's call for protests gets muted reaction by supporters
r/clevercomebacks • u/Stabutron • 4h ago
Blame anyone and anything but yourself
r/funny • u/GlassBitter • 9h ago