My first Reddit AMA (Personal Property)

The most recent AMA I participated in was one of about 50 people in the top 50 most popular subreddits.

That is, it was the first time I had ever done an AMA on Reddit.

So it felt a little strange.

I’ve always had a fascination with Reddit, and I always wanted to know about it, but I hadn’t really gotten to know the community in depth before.

I didn’t even know if they were active enough to have a subreddit dedicated to them, and as I was getting to know them better, I started to realize how much they really did want to learn.

I was curious, so I started reading the AMA’s of the people I was most interested in talking to, and the results were interesting.

Reddit is filled with people who are really passionate about their hobby, but aren’t necessarily looking to find a job.

They just want to know more about the stuff they love and maybe find something they can get into.

They’re willing to learn, even if they aren’t sure how to get started.

But there are some people who don’t necessarily want to share their passions with the world.

These people have a hard time finding jobs, and they’re looking for ways to share what they love with others.

I started asking them a series of questions about what they do, what they like to do, and how they got into their hobby.

What they were interested in were things like music, food, craft, and crafts.

People who are interested in learning how to do some specific things that aren’t available to them in other hobbies, like photography or writing.

I decided to ask about everything.

Some of them are already well-versed in Reddit.

They already know a lot about the sub, and some of them have more of a background in Reddit’s content creation process.

They know what the subreddit’s guidelines are and what the general community guidelines are, and so they’re more prepared to share that knowledge.

I wanted to get to know each of them a little more.

Some were less familiar with the community and more interested in what they could learn from it, while others were interested but not sure what they should learn.

These are people who I think have different skills than others, and it would be great if they could meet in person to learn more about how they can help.

I had a lot of fun interviewing people who were just starting out and sharing their stories with each other.

I even met a couple of people who have already been on my “favorites” list for a while.

What I learned from these interviews is that Reddit is not just a place for people to hang out, and people want to be connected.

People are looking to get together and meet new people, and those people are often interested in sharing what they’re learning and what they can do.

I have a lot more to learn from this group, but they’re my first Redditers and I hope to keep on learning from them and seeing what they find out in the future.

If you’d like to read more about what happened during my AMA, you can see the full thread here.