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I saved this from somewhere else. Aleister put forward a proposal and not a bad one so I stuck it on its own forum:

"Maybe we should ask some famous comedians to do an "Ask Me Anything" forum here and on or with the [spoon], we can take turns hosting them."

Sir ScottPat (converse) White Ensign Scotland Flag 1 Compassrose VFH UnS NotM WotM WotY 18:38, March 30, 2014 (UTC)

Don't I count as a famous comedian? --ChiefjusticeDS 19:20, March 30, 2014 (UTC)
And who wants to answer questions posed by famous comedians?                               Puppy's talk page08:23 pm 30 Mar 2014
Sounds great, but whom can we invite? Anton (talk) 18:41, April 2, 2014 (UTC)
Wow, thanks for putting this up here. Not-world-famous comedians may be happy to do it. I saw one awhile ago at a comedy club who's pretty well known but not famous-famous (he was at least on that last comic standing show in the states). I think many comedians would be happy to come to either place, and when we get one really good one then we'll have some street cred to get better ones. But the problem is how to do a q and a (or a t and a) without having a load of edit conflicts. Maybe they can answer ten or thirty questions first, without anyone else posting, and then open it up for discussion. That's one way. Any other ideas? IRC might work, but I've never done that so have no idea how it works. Better if it were on-site, in the open. Anyway, yeah, and I get first dibs at Sarah Silverman (she'll do it for sure when she reads my unnews starring hers truly. Aleister 19:00 2-4-14
I think the hardest part would be finding a comedian, contacting him/her and persuading him/her to come here. We could ask all of the questions in advance (if we know who is going to answer) and then the comedian in question can choose the ones he wants to respond to. But again, if we find a humorist willing to do this, I don't think the rest would be a problem. Anton (talk) 12:15, April 3, 2014 (UTC)
Yeah, good idea, to lock down the q&a forum page for them to answer. I don't see a problem in getting a few to start with, there are literally hundreds of stand-up comedians who have enough cred and minor-fame to fill comedy clubs on the weekends, and many of them are looking for "things" to fill out their resumes/publicity page (listing on your resume Guest "Ask a comic" on uncyclopedia will get their foot in any door, right before security is called). I guess I don't see getting people as too hard. But knowing me, I'd like this to be across-the-pond events with some other site, and we can all publicize them. Aleister 16:44 4-4-14
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