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piefordays185 karma

Hey Kirk! Thanks so much for the AMA.

I’m a huge movie buff and the ending scene of Raiders of the Lost Ark when the Ark is shown in the massive warehouse always captivated me as a kid. I think the closest thing to an endless warehouse full of hundreds of rows of artifacts is the collection behind closed doors at the Smithsonian.

Obviously, very small amounts of people have access to these types of rooms. I believe you may. So my 11 year old self would like to ask: Whenever you are staring at some of the most important pieces of history of all time only a foot away, do you ever feel the gravity of the whole situation? Do you ever actually feel the importance fill the room with these pieces when you are handling them and looking at them? Because your experience is drastically different from me being able to see it on the wall in glass. That’s exciting!

piefordays132 karma

Man. Super cool AMA. I’m excited for this!!

I loved Zoom so much when I was growing up. But unfortunately, when I talk about it to people my age they have no idea what I’m talking about. And I have no clue why. I thought Zoom was the best.

My question is: How ‘famous’ were you when you were on the show? Would kids run up to you in public?

piefordays67 karma

I never had any sort of major accident before. I’ve never even broken a bone. I’ve heard my whole life though, that when something like that happens, it happens so fast and it’s so sharp that you somehow don’t feel a thing.

How true is that? I know there had to be pain after the accident. But the actual second it happened plus the minutes after, could you actually feel it?

Thanks for the cool AMA. Super cool to see you’re doing well.

piefordays42 karma

How long did it take you to train your penis to cum on command?

piefordays9 karma

How accurate is Hollywood’s depiction of modern day American nazis?