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Chad Floyd
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Over time, thinking about things that bring you joy can make you a more joyful person. Here are my favorites:
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The orphan diet. Join me this summer:
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If your bio says anything like "social media pro", you're not. 
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"There is no way for me to bring my damage to the altar if I am never allowed to bring it through the door."
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Hey Chad, Its Doreen Here. Would you know where Chris David Floyd is? Need to reach him ASAP. Thanks.
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In response to that stupid Forbes article about 20-somethings:
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Save your money and your afternoon. Getting shipwrecked would have been a better time. Let me count the ways they made it evident that they no longer wanted business: 1) They gave us wrong directions and we nearly missed the trip. If we hadn't planned on being there 45 minutes early, we would not have made it. 2) We spent 5 1/2 hours on the water and only 18 minutes fishing. This will come back into play on another point. 3) Despite us being on the water for nearly two hours, they didn't bother to teach us how to go about fishing until we were stopped. It was at this point that one teenager gave us a mumbled 20-second lesson as most of us were still trying to get close enough to hear. 4) Incredibly rude. More than half of the people on the boat didn't quite hear the instructions, so about that many people made mistakes. The crew loudly (LOUDLY) made fun of each of us, calling us idiots and saying things like "I've never seen anyone F*** this up this bad before- How did that guy even do that?!" 5) During our 2 1/2 hour commute out to sea we were not fishing. By that I mean we, the people who paid money to take this trip, were not fishing. The crew, however, was. And every time they snagged something, the boat would stop for about 10 minutes to reel it in. This happened 5 or 6 times. Quick math: that means we missed out on a full hour of extra fishing that we had paid for. 6) Even if you were able to snag a fish, the crew was there to help you. That is, they were they to help you unhook it as soon as they were done pulling theirs in. Which, again, took about 8-10 minutes. A couple of times one crew member would shout to another to help someone but the other didn't hear or would ignore his crewmate so the tourist was left without help until they demanded it with the help of other passengers.
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