I don’t want every single social media platform tracking what I’ve listened to, played, or ate this year. They’re gonna keep doing it anyway—and none of us can stop them.
“He had a sense of reality,” Rebecca Lanis told The Daily Beast. “But then after 2020, when Trump lost, he started going down these crazy rabbit holes.”
Those two simple words have a a 45-year history—and gigantic fandom—behind them.
The cultural schadenfreude kicked off in a viral Reddit post and snowballed from there.
The new doc “Gamestop: Rise of the Players” revisits the early 2021 GameStop stock explosion pushed by Reddit gaming enthusiasts keen on hitting back at Wall Street short sellers.
Moderators of the 150,000-strong subreddit, one of countless forums set up by dedicated followers of the Petito case, quit over the“tasteless” incident.
A class action suit alleges Keith Gill “took on the fake persona of an amateur, everyday fellow, who simply was looking out for the little guy” in order to recruit investors.