OrionMessier16 karma2019-10-18 17:12:36 UTC
Hi Andrew. I agree with so many of your policies, loved your appearance on Bill Maher, and think you would make a great president.
Unfortunately, it feels like our two-party system is preventing good people like you from getting anywhere near 1600 Pennsylvania Ave. Maybe it's naive, but I believe instant-runoff voting would create an actual multi-party environment in the US, one where nuanced candidacies like yours could be better heard. Have you given any thought to this as a voting reform? What can an average citizen do to push for something like this?
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OrionMessier3 karma2015-05-21 19:56:35 UTC
"Thank you for calling Pulsaer Insurance. Your call is important to us. Please stay on the line and a representative will be with you shortly." Grating, inhuman hold music. "Did you know Pulsaer now insures orbital yachts, shipyards, and commercial teleporters? Your call is important to us. Please stay on the line and a representative will be with you shortly."
OrionMessier2 karma2015-07-10 21:55:05 UTC
Thank you for all the fantastic media you've helped create, just by being you. I grew up watching you on SNL, loved your appearance on You Made it Weird, and am presently losing my mind over your Improv4humans appearances (all those poor submissives; stuck in hot cars, neglected by their owners!)
I wonder, back in the good old days of SNL, did you and Ferrell write that "I just died in your arms tonight" wedding band sketch together? If so, what was the inspiration for that hilarious shit?
OrionMessier1 karma2015-05-01 19:54:27 UTC
OrionMessier1 karma2015-05-01 19:28:26 UTC
Thank you for being here today! How do you feel about the research that suggests a similarity between the brains response to MMORPG gaming and recreational cocaine? Is it just pop neuroscience or is there something to it? Do you ever find yourself grudging the predatory nature of MMORPG design?
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