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Posted by Kirsty McKavanagh on Friday, January 22, 2016
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When he was offered a position to work at Starbucks Sam told his parents that for the first time in his life. That his life had real meaning.

Sam was diagnosed with autism and like some people with autism Sam has a movement disorder. Sam has a hard time keeping his body still. Sam never thought that he would be able to work behind the bar because of his sudden movements but his manager Chris believed in him and got Sam to channel his movements into dance.

It has taken Sam and Chris a lot of shifts and hours to get Sam to do what he is doing in the video. Sam is now known as the dancing barista. If it wasn't for Chris believing in Sam he would of never believed in himself.

More people like Sam need to be seen, heard and given a chance to thrive and dance."

Today in Twitter theater we have the story of Dave Holmes, an LA based writer and comedian who received a scam call from someone pretending to be from the IRS. Since he was at the beginning of a commute, Dave decided to go along with the scheme.

Content warning: some language ahead is as shady as a scam call.

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Friendship and an umbrella? You can practically hear Rihanna's Umbrella playing over this video. 

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