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Something that looks like a silver inflatable rabbit to many just set a record.

How? By selling big!


Rabbit by artist Jeff Koons sold at auction for the highest amount ever for a living artist's work.

How much?

$91 million!

Take a look at Rabbit yourself.

To say art lovers and the general public are divided on the record setting price tag for Rabbit is an understatement.





And the statue's buyer set off even more debate.

Embattled US Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin's father, Bob, is now the proud owner.








Art is beautiful and inspiring, and it can pull people out of some dark places, but perhaps the millions spent on Rabbit could've gone to a better cause.

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You've probably stayed up late watching some television special about a criminal in your area and seen the announcement near the end: "If you have any information, call our tipline." The authorities might even offer a reward of some kind. But what are the chances that you might actually know of the person they're looking for?

People shared their stories after Redditor Renzot56 asked the online community,

"Has anyone here ever actually called into one of the FBI rewards for information on criminals and won the money?"
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Often, high school is where students become rebellious. They're learning about themselves, they're testing boundaries, and they realizing that they can break the rules and sometimes get away with it.

Sometimes they're doing it to mess with a teacher who's treating students unfairly, sometimes they're doing it because they're standing up for the very little autonomy we afford kids in the first place.

Redditor CloudWoww wanted to know about those moments that are unforgettable defiance of authority.

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