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I left school to cook with Cannabis & have created a successful business. Grateful to be featured on major news networks & cooked with some celebrities. Currently working on my 1st Restaurant...AMA!
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[REQUEST] Blind Person Who Has Taken a Psychedelic
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IamA white guy who was a Bollywood actor for 5 years, here 'cos a film I did 10 years ago is finally coming out, AMA!
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I’m Paul Thomas Anderson, writer and director of PHANTOM THREAD, AMA!
6
We're Aunty Donna, a comedy gang from Australia, and we're touring North America for our second time! Ask Us (almost lol) Anything!
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I’m Richard Bronson, founder/CEO of 70MillionJobs, former “Wolf of Wall Street” partner. Spent 22 months in a federal prison, now run Y-Combinator startup that finds jobs for 70 million ex-offenders. AMA.
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I'm Brent Welder, running for Congress in one of only 5 Republican-held districts that was won by Bernie in the primary and lost by Trump in the general. AMA! [xpost /r/Political_Revolution]
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IamA (male) ICU nurse in the USA. AMA!
3
[AMA Request] Gaztons: Founder of the Ugandan Knuckles on VR chat
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IamA Mcdonalds crew member in Ontario that just increased minimum wage to $14 an hour AMA!
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I am a sales associate for Staples Inc, AMA
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[AMA REQUEST] Bill Wurtz
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Hi, I’m comedian Mark Viera from truTV’s Laff Mobb’s Laff Tracks and HBO’s All Def Comedy series – AMA!
0
[AMA REQUEST] “Am I shot?” 7-11 security officer.
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I am George Clinton, Dr. Funkenstein, leader of Parliament & Funkadelic, Godfather of funk, and the DNA of hip-hop and rap. AMA.
63
I am H.G. Bells, author Sleep Over, a book about an insomnia apocalypse. To celebrate its release, I'm staying awake as long as possible. AMA about writing, or anything, before my brain gets too melty!
11
IAMA Request: The cast from Call Me By Your Name
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[AMA Request] Those involved with documenting the Netflix show 'Dope' or similar documentary about drug dealers.
13
[AMA Request] Google self-driving car engineer/designer.
9
"We are strategy veterans Petroglyph Games and we just released Forged Battalion to Early Access AMAA!" (/r/RealTimeStrategy x-post)
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[AMA Request] Any one of the kids who demoed the Xbox 360 Kinect at E3 2010
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[AMA Request] A Merriam-Webster author/editor
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IAmA Hermetica: Game design and web development - AMA!
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I am a naval sailor stationed in a submarine...ama.
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[AMA Request] Someone who has worked at a Peter Pan Seafood plant in Alaska.
3
[AMA Request] Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg
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[AMA Request] Someone who made an impulse decision during the 30 minutes between the nuclear warning in Hawaii and the cancelation message and now regrets it
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I’m Mike, the author of several books including Bigger Leaner Stronger, Thinner Leaner Stronger, and The Shredded Chef, as well as the co-founder of of Legion Athletics and Muscle for Life. AMA!
4
[AMA Request] Tim Follen
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AMA request: metermaids! Tell me your stories.
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[AMA Request] United Parcel Service (UPS) Store Owner.
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[AMA Request] The guy who pushed the missile notification button in Hawaii.
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[AMA Request] A sailor who has been stationed on a naval submarine
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IamA biohazard remediation business owner. AMA!
8
[AMA Request] James Wan
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[AMA Request] A person of any nationality that is completely illiterate and has absolutely no access to the internet.
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[AMA Request] Member (or former member) of the British Queen's Guard
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[AMA Request] Someone who has been on America's Worst Cooks
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IamA European film director who just finished shooting a feature film in China - AMA!
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[Request] to lawyers living and practicing law in rural parts of America
8 e2scorpio Is there one thing that you could teach a civilian going overseas to do that would help them before they get into trouble?
6 hikermick What is the most common indication that someone is up to no good? Looking for something practical we can all use in our day to day lives. Thanks in advance!
4 PoachingFacts Hi Mr. Badou. Tracking is a large part of anti-poaching operations throughout southern Africa. Usually tracking operations are a result of a failure to deter poachers from targeting and entering a property or park, resulting in scrambling tracking teams and stop-groups who attempt to interdict fleeing suspects. Having talked with trackers of various nationalities and disciplines, it's always interesting to hear about their own training and how they've utilized their tracking skills in the field. Did you have any interesting experiences while going through your tracking/trailing courses? What has been the longest spoor/track that you and/or your team has followed and what kind of support did you have?
5 cargosizedrumor Hi Yousef! Would you recommend "Left of Bang" for civilians as a form of continuing education on the subject of awareness and profiling? Additionally, are there any other books other than your awesome courses that would help us stay sharp?
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3 AErrorist How can you maintain good situational awareness without giving off the telltale signs that you are?
3 Taj_Mahalo Can you target human predators in the more urban social setting? The opportunistic ones that have spent a life-time blending in?
4 FanOfGoodMovies Do you look for things like behavioral signals that show they are intending to do something, and look for normal things that are out of place?
2 coryrenton What are the most interesting examples of false positives or false negatives you've encountered?
2 PeoplePredictor I'm going to shove off for about an hour but I'll be back. Great questions so far, keep em coming!
2 PeoplePredictor Annnnd I'm back!
2 helloze Hello, are some people sharper in general and able to pick up on behavior and body language better than others? Can you straight up teach someone these skills or is there the need for a seed of perception in the student?
2 rexkoner Do you have any books to recommend?
2 Atony94 Thanks for doing the AMA! As a new police officer I was trained to "always watch the hands, these are what will kill you" but I've always been under the assumption to watch the person I'm in contact with's face cause that will give the tells I need to know if they're a threat or not. In your opinion do you believe the tells from the face or the tells from the hands are more important or is it a combination of both?
2 NoSeafoodAllowed As someone who is insanely curious about people watching and noting peoples behavior, I'm surprised to see that this is something that one can actually study. I'm currently an undergrad in college studying criminal justice, and have a vested interest in national security. How can I further my study (maybe in grad school) and focus on this field in particular?
8 0 e2scorpio Is there one thing that you could teach a civilian going overseas to do that would help them before they get into trouble?
7 0 hikermick What is the most common indication that someone is up to no good? Looking for something practical we can all use in our day to day lives. Thanks in advance!
3 0 PoachingFacts Hi Mr. Badou. Tracking is a large part of anti-poaching operations throughout southern Africa. Usually tracking operations are a result of a failure to deter poachers from targeting and entering a property or park, resulting in scrambling tracking teams and stop-groups who attempt to interdict fleeing suspects. Having talked with trackers of various nationalities and disciplines, it's always interesting to hear about their own training and how they've utilized their tracking skills in the field. Did you have any interesting experiences while going through your tracking/trailing courses? What has been the longest spoor/track that you and/or your team has followed and what kind of support did you have?
4 0 cargosizedrumor Hi Yousef! Would you recommend "Left of Bang" for civilians as a form of continuing education on the subject of awareness and profiling? Additionally, are there any other books other than your awesome courses that would help us stay sharp?
3 0 AutoModerator Users, please be wary of proof. You are welcome to ask for more proof if you find it insufficient. OP, if you need any help, please message the mods [here](http://www.reddit.com/message/compose?to=%2Fr%2Fiama&subject=&message=). Thank you! *I am a bot, and this action was performed automatically. Please [contact the moderators of this subreddit](/message/compose/?to=/r/IAmA) if you have any questions or concerns.*
3 0 AErrorist How can you maintain good situational awareness without giving off the telltale signs that you are?
3 0 Taj_Mahalo Can you target human predators in the more urban social setting? The opportunistic ones that have spent a life-time blending in?
4 0 FanOfGoodMovies Do you look for things like behavioral signals that show they are intending to do something, and look for normal things that are out of place?
2 0 coryrenton What are the most interesting examples of false positives or false negatives you've encountered?
2 0 PeoplePredictor I'm going to shove off for about an hour but I'll be back. Great questions so far, keep em coming!
2 0 PeoplePredictor Annnnd I'm back!
2 0 helloze Hello, are some people sharper in general and able to pick up on behavior and body language better than others? Can you straight up teach someone these skills or is there the need for a seed of perception in the student?
2 0 rexkoner Do you have any books to recommend?
2 0 Atony94 Thanks for doing the AMA! As a new police officer I was trained to "always watch the hands, these are what will kill you" but I've always been under the assumption to watch the person I'm in contact with's face cause that will give the tells I need to know if they're a threat or not. In your opinion do you believe the tells from the face or the tells from the hands are more important or is it a combination of both?
2 0 NoSeafoodAllowed As someone who is insanely curious about people watching and noting peoples behavior, I'm surprised to see that this is something that one can actually study. I'm currently an undergrad in college studying criminal justice, and have a vested interest in national security. How can I further my study (maybe in grad school) and focus on this field in particular?