A post at the top of the thread reads:
Hi, I’m Kevin Rudd – and for better or worse I’m here to answer your questions… ask me anything. I’ll be taking questions for an hour, starting at 6pm.
And yes, it’s actually me but I will have some help with the typing so I can answer as many questions as possible.
He’s also linked to it from his Twitter account.
Tonight on Reddit from 6pm. Ask me anything. http://t.co/vXasehmGjQ Be kind. :) KRudd
— Kevin Rudd (@MrKRudd) August 29, 2013
The Reddit community can be extremely creative at its best so this should be interesting. Already there are a mix of questions being submitted. This from superbestfriends:
I’m a Software Engineer currently working with one of the Commonwealth Departments. I feel that, as a Canberran, my job is less valued, less important, and more justifiable to lose just because of what is in many instances, a misconception.
It is frustrating that, as a recent graduate, my outlook is bleak just because of where I happen to work – made worse by the fact I am only on a non-ongoing contract. What would you tell someone who is unsure whether they will have a job in the coming months?
To stuff like this from a-sizzle:
What is the worst thing that has been thrown at you in your entire political career?
Rudd will be answering questions this evening.
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