Reddit isn't lisp anymore. Richard Cook had mentioned this in a comment today, and well, here's the blog entry.
Much sadness, but then again, each project's language is a choice or medium of expression and sometimes it's just easier to express things for people in other languages. Granted as Paul Graham had said it was lisp, it was all I went with. Actually I'm kind of suprised that if he's involved in it that he went to the python side, as I always got the idea he was *hardcore* lisp.
Thanks for letting us know about that Richard.