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Let me explain it like you're five......
By:  Citizen Z (OMG t3h bannz0red!; 16417)
Posted on: 08-27-2011 13:04.
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The redddit frontpage has stories that lots of people think are important. However, people can change what is on their personal reddit front page, based on the stuff they're interested in.

Many people leave the subreddit, r/reddit.com, on their font page, but I suppose there are some who do not. These people might add lots of other subreddits to their front page such as r/michael jackson, r/90's pop, r/ponies, r/mensfashionadvice and so on. Because the article about Steve Jobs was on the front page of r/reddit.com, this means it would also be on a lot of users frontpages. I made an accusatory statement that your reddit front page was so cluttered with idiotic crap you didn't see the discussion about the photo being fake or that you had removed r/reddit.com from your front page.

Only if either of these conditions were true, lots of idiotic crap and/or no r/reddit.com on your personal frontpage, could I imagine that you go to http://www.reddit.com and NOT see the article I wss referring to.

Lol, wut?