7, 2017, when he fatally crashed into the Gulf of Mexico.
It was a huge success: 18 people sat down and struck up a conversation in the three hours he was there, and just like that, Date While You Wait was born.
While the idea of a date on the subway might seem sketchy at first blush, Knox told Thrillist he's not looking for love -- though he's certainly open to it.
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He's got plenty of new twists on the idea to keep things interesting, too, and intends to set up his table once a week at different subway stations.
To find out where he'll be next, follow him on Twitter @datewhileuwait.
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Instead, he's simply trying to help shift New Yorkers' focus away from negativity, stating that "the main thing is just to make people smile and brighten their day." It's not just for women, either -- nearly 30% of the people who've stopped at Knox's table have actually been guys, who're either looking for a quick game or hoping to glean some insight into the genius idea.