I'm Dan Drezner, professor of international politics at the Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy at Tufts University, Washington Post columnist, and author of The Toddler in Chief: What Donald Trump Teaches Us About the Modern Presidency.
After a successful general AMA, I was invited to /r/politics to answer some more in-depth questions for this community.
EDIT: I have to go now, but these were all such great questions. Thanks for having me, /r/politics!
Here's a link to The Toddler in Chief if you're interested: https://bookshop.org/books/the-toddler-in-chief-what-donald-trump-teaches-us-about-the-modern-presidency/9780226714257
Hello all. I am the editor of Current Affairs, a print magazine based in New Orleans, Louisiana. (We also have a highly listenable podcast.) Here is a profile of our work by the Daily Beast. Politico has called us "niche but influential" and Matthew Yglesias of Vox says we are the reason for Joe Biden's unity problem. The Ringer classifies us alongside Chapo Trap House and Jacobin as part of the new wave of leftist media, but we make way less money than they do. (Subscribe!)
We put out a gorgeous print edition that I am very proud of (check out my [video rev... keep reading on reddit ➡
Thank you so much for all the great questions back in February.
My new book How Innovation Works just came out Tuesday, so I'd love to tell stories about innovation today--I believe it's a bottom up process that cannot be predicted, and flourishes in freedom--but you're free to ask me about anything else as well, including the 2011 film Rampart. My marketing helper tells me you love that movie?
I’m also known for my TED talk “When ideas have sex” which has been viewed several million times, my other seven books on science and politics/economics, writing for The Times and The Wall Street Journal, editing at The Economist, and perhaps most importantly my Ph.D thesis on bird behaviour!
I'll be back around 12:15pm ET / 1715 BST to ask questions for at least an hour, and if it's OK, will PM a couple of you about helping me to get rid of these last two signed copies of the new book I have left.
[Proof](https://twi... keep reading on reddit ➡
I've been a reporter for 25 years on local and national papers, and after an award-winning anonymous blog became columnist for the Mirror.
I'm a regular guest on TV and radio news and politics shows, where I do battle for and against the Street of Shame, a place I love and loathe in equal measure. Fleet Street has got me behind the curtain, beyond the police tape, filled my passport and given me hangovers thatdefy description.
I might be a second-class citizen despised by decent society, but I've got all the best stories! My job is to shine a light, so this is your turn to ask me anything.
Play nice, because foxes... keep reading on reddit ➡
I'm Dan Drezner, professor of international politics at the Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy at Tufts University, better known for the meantime as "Zoom."
I frequently appear on TV and radio to discuss foreign policy. Before Fletcher I taught at the University of Chicago and held positions with the RAND Corporation and the U.S. Department of the Treasury, which means that yes, I know all the conspiracies. When I'm not teaching or writing, I am usually writing a column for The Washington Post or arguing on Twitter (@dandrezner). I also like to talk about sci-fi with Ana Marie Cox at SyFy's The Churn.
On April 25, 2017, I started a Twitter thread with the following: "I’ll believe that Trump is growing into the presidency when his staff stops talking about him like a toddler." Tomorrow is the #ToddlerinChief thread's third birthday, which means that over *three years* I have documented 1,343 separate instances of Trump's toddler-like behavior.
I spent the greater part of last yea... keep reading on reddit ➡
I’m Adrian Higgins, The Post’s gardening columnist. I wrote about how to start a modern-day victory garden here, but everyone’s situation is a little different. Drop your questions below and I’ll hop online at 1 pm ET to help you get started.
I’m happy to talk about the rest of the gardening world, too. Recently I’ve covered the high online demand for seeds, the pandemic’s strain on independent nurseries, and the [therapeutic value of the garden in trying times](https:... keep reading on reddit ➡
EDIT: Thanks so much, this has been a ton of fun! I gotta go run and take care of some things, but I will try to get to a few more questions later on today.
Hey folks. If you frequent cooking and food science subreddits (such as /r/seriouseats or /r/cooking or /r/askculinary), we’ve probably met. I’m the author of The Food Lab: Better Home cooking Through Science, which is a recipe-based good science book for home cooks. I’m also the former culinary director of the website Serious Eats and I run a California beer hall in San Mateo CA called Wursthall. I have a children’s book called Every Night is Pizza Night coming out next fall and am working on series of follow-ups to my first book. This September I also joined The New York Times Food team.
Aside from cooking, I’m into playing, writing, and recording music, woodworking, and pretty much anything... keep reading on reddit ➡
So I've been dragging sex columnist Wendy Stokes from "The Frisky" all day:
And a user just brought to my attention "she's" probably not even real person:
Here is "Wendy Stoke's" profile on The Frisky:
Here is a link to a picture of an actress named Maryam Zakaria :
It's no wonder the sex advice is garbage it was probably written by a scrote with a fanciful imagination, or a pickmeisha with no actual real exper... keep reading on reddit ➡