Despite the recent drama, reddit ("the front page of the internet") has become famous for what it calls the AMA ("ask me anything") segment where they frequently score impressive celebrities, including Arnold Schwarzenegger and President Barack Obama. I sometimes check the upcoming schedule to see if there's anybody worth camping out and waiting for, but rarely do I remember to do anything about it. They typically last an hour, and you usually have to post your question well ahead of time to get it seen above the noise, so if you're not on top of your game you'll miss it.
You don't want to be bothered with what someone else did. You want to do your own performance."
Have you ever had bad luck when saying the title of the Scottish Play?