TheDuskDragon2551 karma2013-06-23 21:31:51 UTC
How was it like to kiss Joseph Gordon Levitt in Inception? I'm just a curious straight male.
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TheDuskDragon2240 karma2013-06-18 20:34:53 UTC
I'm a huge fan of Breaking Bad and I think Walter White is one of the most interesting characters on television today, so thank you for doing an AMA!
Us fans on /r/breakingbad were discussing when in the series we think Walter White officially "broke bad." My question for you is: At what point in the series do you believe Walter White officially broke bad?
TheDuskDragon2211 karma2013-09-18 23:07:07 UTC
What's up Joseph! Thanks for doing an AMA!
During Ellen Page's AMA, I asked her "How was it like to kiss Joseph Gordon Levitt in Inception?"
Since she responded with "I don't kiss and tell," I'll be asking you instead and will hopefully get a better answer. How was it like to kiss Ellen Page in Inception?
TheDuskDragon2138 karma2013-08-13 20:52:05 UTC
Yo Aaron! Thanks for doing an AMA, bitch!
If you were forced to take a shot of beer everytime someone mentions "yo" or "bitch" in this thread, how drunk would you be by the end of this AMA?
[UPDATED 5:38pm EDT] Here are the word frequencies so far:
yo = 122
bitch = 627
TOTAL = 749
EDIT: I give up. Clicking "load more comments" 100+ times isn't worth calculating the word frequencies. However, I would like to do a calculation of his blood alcohol concentration (BAC), mainly because SCIENCE, BITCH. Well if we assume that there are 12 shots in one bottle of beer, that means Aaron would have had to drink approximately 62 bottles of beer by 5:38pm EDT. Using this calculator and assuming he weighs 150 pounds and drank 62 bottles of beer in 48 minutes, Aaron's BAC would be approximately 1.667%. Last time I checked, 1.667% is MUCH greater than 0.4% (which is the BAC estimated to cause alcohol poisoning/death). So yeah, Aaron would be dead within minutes of this AMA.
Congrats reddit, you killed Aaron Paul.
TheDuskDragon2077 karma2014-05-19 16:01:55 UTC
How the hell do you still manage to skate in your mid 40s with all the falls you have to endure? Do you have to constantly take joint and bone supplements or something?
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