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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
476
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!
12532
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!
327
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.
12
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]
3
IamA (male) ICU nurse in the USA. AMA!
3
[AMA Request] Gaztons: Founder of the Ugandan Knuckles on VR chat
3
IamA Mcdonalds crew member in Ontario that just increased minimum wage to $14 an hour AMA!
2
I am a sales associate for Staples Inc, AMA
27
[AMA REQUEST] Bill Wurtz
3
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)
3
[AMA Request] Any one of the kids who demoed the Xbox 360 Kinect at E3 2010
7
[AMA Request] A Merriam-Webster author/editor
4
IAmA Hermetica: Game design and web development - AMA!
40
I am a naval sailor stationed in a submarine...ama.
2
[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
155
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.
20
[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
17
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.
4
[AMA Request] Member (or former member) of the British Queen's Guard
8
[AMA Request] Someone who has been on America's Worst Cooks
17
IamA European film director who just finished shooting a feature film in China - AMA!
5
[Request] to lawyers living and practicing law in rural parts of America
16 TurdleBoy 1. Because Pixar won't let you make Woddy have a bigger woody 2. Take every normal job out there and make it sexual and you will get payed at least twice as much, kid. 3. They all react pretty nicely, although probably because I've told most of them that I'm currently working on Frozen 2. 4. We don't actually have a studio. We all work from home, or if more honestly, our mother's basements. 5. Dude, I make three-dimensional boobs for a living, so naturally, I went to Harvard and got my bachelors in three-dimensional boob making.
2 ActuallyDrunkGerman I feel like I'm deep enough in to answer this. Although it's still from the perspective of someone with a couple of artist friends and from having dabbled in animation myself. 1. Once you get your name out there and produce consistent quality work (or easier, cater to a special niche fetish), you get a good months pay while not having to answer to any superiors. 2. Most animators these days have a Patreon and even without the total sum displayed on some, you can easily calculate a low average by multiplying the number of patrons with the lowest reward tier that actually gives anything. For example, [SelfDrillingSMS](https://www.patreon.com/SDSMS) probably makes at least 6k a month. 3. Depends entirely on how prude your environment is of course, but I know from some NSFW artist friends that most of the people around them don't know about the NSFW part. 4. Usually just the single person making the animation. Sometimes they pay a voice actor for the female voice or buy models, but the norm is working alone. 5. Some I've talked to actually use it to build up skills and funds while going to school. The animation work itself is relatively simple and generally mostly just repetition. It's also easy to reuse animations between scenes. Free software like Source Filmmaker also makes it incredibly easy to create professional looking animation.
15 0 TurdleBoy 1. Because Pixar won't let you make Woddy have a bigger woody 2. Take every normal job out there and make it sexual and you will get payed at least twice as much, kid. 3. They all react pretty nicely, although probably because I've told most of them that I'm currently working on Frozen 2. 4. We don't actually have a studio. We all work from home, or if more honestly, our mother's basements. 5. Dude, I make three-dimensional boobs for a living, so naturally, I went to Harvard and got my bachelors in three-dimensional boob making.
2 0 ActuallyDrunkGerman I feel like I'm deep enough in to answer this. Although it's still from the perspective of someone with a couple of artist friends and from having dabbled in animation myself. 1. Once you get your name out there and produce consistent quality work (or easier, cater to a special niche fetish), you get a good months pay while not having to answer to any superiors. 2. Most animators these days have a Patreon and even without the total sum displayed on some, you can easily calculate a low average by multiplying the number of patrons with the lowest reward tier that actually gives anything. For example, [SelfDrillingSMS](https://www.patreon.com/SDSMS) probably makes at least 6k a month. 3. Depends entirely on how prude your environment is of course, but I know from some NSFW artist friends that most of the people around them don't know about the NSFW part. 4. Usually just the single person making the animation. Sometimes they pay a voice actor for the female voice or buy models, but the norm is working alone. 5. Some I've talked to actually use it to build up skills and funds while going to school. The animation work itself is relatively simple and generally mostly just repetition. It's also easy to reuse animations between scenes. Free software like Source Filmmaker also makes it incredibly easy to create professional looking animation.