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AFC Championship Game, Homeless, and Life: As it turns out, Dave is an all-around good guy who enjoys helping people and living life. He appears to have a story of his own to tell Jeff Allen @JeffAllen71 My car got stuck in the snow before the game & a nice guy named Dave help pull me out without knowing I was a plaver. I want to give him tickets to the AFC championship game for helping but don't have a way to contact him. He drove a 97 or 98 Black Suburban. Pls RT #ChiefsKingdom 39.5K 11:44 PM - Jan 12, 2019 18.9K people are talking about this just knew that he needed assistance. He didn't hesitate and helped Allen to free his car from the clutches of mother nature. Allen did attempt to get Dave's information, but he was unable to properly store Dave's number in his phone. After the game, Allen pleaded with Chiefs Kingdom to help him find Dave. Allen wanted reward Dave for his kindness with a pair of tickets to the AFC Championship game. A Steven Dial @StevenDialT This the Dave who helped @Chiefs player @Jeff Allen71 when his car was stuck in the snow before the game. Dave is also homeless and lives in his car. The story tonight and hovw Jeff is giving him an AFC championship game experience he will never forget. @41actionnews The search was on for Dave and while many impersonators appeared in Allen's mentions, he eventually found the real Dave. Jeff Allen @JeffAllen71 Update: Despite the recent influx in people changing their name to Dave in the KC area lol I was actually able to track down the Dave that helped me thanks to the power of social media and #ChiefsKindgom. Thanks for your kindness
AFC Championship Game, Homeless, and Life: As it turns out, Dave is an all-around good guy who enjoys helping people and living life. He appears to have a story of his own to tell Jeff Allen @JeffAllen71 My car got stuck in the snow before the game & a nice guy named Dave help pull me out without knowing I was a plaver. I want to give him tickets to the AFC championship game for helping but don't have a way to contact him. He drove a 97 or 98 Black Suburban. Pls RT #ChiefsKingdom 39.5K 11:44 PM - Jan 12, 2019 18.9K people are talking about this just knew that he needed assistance. He didn't hesitate and helped Allen to free his car from the clutches of mother nature. Allen did attempt to get Dave's information, but he was unable to properly store Dave's number in his phone. After the game, Allen pleaded with Chiefs Kingdom to help him find Dave. Allen wanted reward Dave for his kindness with a pair of tickets to the AFC Championship game. A Steven Dial @StevenDialT This the Dave who helped @Chiefs player @Jeff Allen71 when his car was stuck in the snow before the game. Dave is also homeless and lives in his car. The story tonight and hovw Jeff is giving him an AFC championship game experience he will never forget. @41actionnews The search was on for Dave and while many impersonators appeared in Allen's mentions, he eventually found the real Dave. Jeff Allen @JeffAllen71 Update: Despite the recent influx in people changing their name to Dave in the KC area lol I was actually able to track down the Dave that helped me thanks to the power of social media and #ChiefsKindgom. Thanks for your kindness
5 Am, Brains, and Friends: delika-t dollydovey Follow tootsie-roll-frankenstein Places where reality is a bit altered: any target churches in texas .abandoned 7/11s your bedroom at 5 am hospitals at midnight warehouses that smell like dust lighthouses with lights that don't work anymore empty parking lots .ponds and lakes in suburban neighborhoods rooftops in the early morning inside a dark cabinet reveille413 playgrounds at night rest stops on highways deep in the mountains ghostfiish early in the morning wherever it's just snowed trails by the highway just out of earshot of traffic schools during breaks those little beaches right next to ferry docks bowling alleys genesisdoes unfamiliar mcdonalds on long roadtrips your friends living room once everybody but you is asleep laundromats at midnight coolpepcat what the fuck you-wish-you-had-this-url galeries in art museums that are empty except for you stairwells the lighting section of home depot atavanhalen hospital waiting rooms airports from midnight to 7am. bathrooms in small concert venues mariaschuyler I just got the weirdest feeling I swear you-deserve-a-rhink OK LISTEN THERE ARE REASONS FOR THIS!!! A lot of these places are called liminal spaces - which means they are throughways from one space to the next. Places like rest stops, stairwells, trains parking lots, waiting rooms, airports feel weird when you're in them because their existence is not about themselves, but the things before and after them. They have no definitive place outside of their relationship to the spaces you are coming from and going to. Reality feels altered here because we're not really supposed to be in them for a long time for think about them as their own entities and when we do they seem odd and out of place The other spaces feel weird because our brains are hard-wired for context we like things to belong to a certain place and time and when we experience those things outside of the context our brains have developed for them, our brains are like NOPE SHIT THIS ISN'T RIGHT GET OUT ABORT ABORT. Schools not in session, empty museums, being awake when other people are asleep- all these things and spaces feel weird because our brain is like "l already have a context for this space and this is not it so it must be dangerous." Our rational understanding can sometimes override that immediate "danger impulse but we're still left with a feeling of wariness and unease Listen I am very passionate about liminal spaces they are fascinating stuff or perhaps I am merely a nerd. cbulldog09 I, for one, appreciate your passion for liminal spaces and thank you for explaining it to the rest of us.
Being Alone, America, and Animals: Rocket's not taking it too well after Groot got disintegrated. r/funny 16h u/Chris_Isur Dude A raccoon broke into an alcohol supplier and got completely wasted Northern Raccoon (Procyon lotor) Raccoons are distinguished by a black mask across the eyes and bushy tail with anywhere from four to ten black rings. The forepaws resemble slender human hands and make the raccoon very dexterous. The coloration of the raccoon varies with habitat, and ranges from grey to reddish brown to buff. Raccoons have a stocky build and typically weigh from six to seven kilograms (avg. 6 kg or 13.2 lbs). Males are usually heavier than females. The body length ranges from 603 to 950 mm (2 to 3 ft) Where they live: Raccoons are found across southern Canada, throughout most of the United States, and into northern South America. Raccoons prefer to live in moist woodland areas. They can also be found in farmlands, suburban, and urban areas. What they eat: Raccoons are omnivorous animals (they eat plants and animals). Plant foods vary from fruits to nuts, including wild grapes, cherries, apples, berries, and acorns. Raccoons may also eat peaches, plums, figs, citrus fruits, watermelons, and walnuts. They also forage for crayfish, insects, frogs, fish, and bird eggs. Raccoons have adapted to eat trash and other food available in urban areas. Raccoons are nocturnal (active at night), but can sometimes be seen during daylight hours. They are solitary animals (live alone) and the only social group raccoons form consist of a mother and her young. Although they move slowly, with a shuffle like walk, they can reach speeds of 15 miles per hour on the ground. Raccoons climb with agility and are can withstand a drop of 35 feet from a tree. Raccoons are excellent climbers and strong swimmers. Raccoons mate between late January or early February. Raccoons have been known to live a maximum of 16 years in the wild. A captive animal was recorded living for 21 years. The life span of raccoons in the wild is estimated at three to five years. Did you know? Raccoons are very agile climbers. They are preyed on by coyotes, wolves, hawks, and owls. Raccoons are nocturnal animals, so they are rarely seen during the day. Raccoons have excellent night vision.
5 Am, Brains, and Friends: delika-t dollydovey Follow tootsie-roll-frankenstein Places where reality is a bit altered: any target churches in texas .abandoned 7/11s your bedroom at 5 am hospitals at midnight warehouses that smell like dust lighthouses with lights that don't work anymore empty parking lots .ponds and lakes in suburban neighborhoods rooftops in the early morning inside a dark cabinet reveille413 playgrounds at night rest stops on highways deep in the mountains ghostfiish early in the morning wherever it's just snowed trails by the highway just out of earshot of traffic schools during breaks those little beaches right next to ferry docks bowling alleys genesisdoes unfamiliar mcdonalds on long roadtrips your friends living room once everybody but you is asleep laundromats at midnight coolpepcat what the fuck you-wish-you-had-this-url galeries in art museums that are empty except for you stairwells the lighting section of home depot atavanhalen hospital waiting rooms airports from midnight to 7am. bathrooms in small concert venues mariaschuyler I just got the weirdest feeling I swear you-deserve-a-rhink OK LISTEN THERE ARE REASONS FOR THIS!!! A lot of these places are called liminal spaces - which means they are throughways from one space to the next. Places like rest stops, stairwells, trains parking lots, waiting rooms, airports feel weird when you're in them because their existence is not about themselves, but the things before and after them. They have no definitive place outside of their relationship to the spaces you are coming from and going to. Reality feels altered here because we're not really supposed to be in them for a long time for think about them as their own entities and when we do they seem odd and out of place The other spaces feel weird because our brains are hard-wired for context we like things to belong to a certain place and time and when we experience those things outside of the context our brains have developed for them, our brains are like NOPE SHIT THIS ISN'T RIGHT GET OUT ABORT ABORT. Schools not in session, empty museums, being awake when other people are asleep- all these things and spaces feel weird because our brain is like "l already have a context for this space and this is not it so it must be dangerous." Our rational understanding can sometimes override that immediate "danger impulse but we're still left with a feeling of wariness and unease Listen I am very passionate about liminal spaces they are fascinating stuff or perhaps I am merely a nerd. cbulldog09 I, for one, appreciate your passion for liminal spaces and thank you for explaining it to the rest of us.