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It’s All Impossible Without Friendship

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That’s one of my oldest –and best– friends (and one of my favorite people on the planet), Chris taking a picture with his daughter.

This is the type of support you hope for, but with the people you love most you count on, it’s always humbling. Any of us should be humbled that we are fortunate enough to find, and keep, friends who see us through the times that are dark and light and everything in between.

So this is a great opportunity to say something I’ll happily repeat, going forward:

A million thanks to everyone in my life. Heartfelt gratitude to all my friends, you amazing people who helped get me where I am today, and whose solidarity ensures I’ll stay on the right path; the only path.

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Murphy has cleverly transformed Byron from Lord to dot-com shlub. Instead of chasing minotaurs through labyrinths, he hunts for meaning among the cubicles. Not to Mention a Nice Life is a wry, acerbic, and terrifying critique of the notion that there is really nothing left to critique. Modern Corporate America is less an enemy than a state of reality. They have won. We have lost. Byron, like the rest of the 99%, is left with layoffs, failed stock options and the slight possibility of love. Read this very funny book. Like, right now. And then pour yourself an ice-cold laudanum.

-Sean Beaudoin, author of Wise Young Fool and Welcome Thieves

May 22, 2015