Welcome to the Evolving Man Project’s ‘Evolved Man of the Week’ profiles. Each week we will highlight an individual that embodies what it means to be an evolved man, famous and non-famous men alike. 273 ord igjen
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As a child growing up in a simple, middle class household, I was taught to be kind and gentle to everyone around me. Being openly accepting of others’ flaws – like the best friend who keeps yapping incessantly but is someone you would give an arm (or steal an arm for – Guardians of Galaxy reference, anyone?) or the cousin who is a little more self-centric than you’d really expect a person to be – is a wonderful trait – a sign of broad-mindedness, according to my mother. 277 ord igjen
I used to stand by the foyer and wait with my brand new maroon colored Polygon bicycle for my friends at exactly 5:00, sitting there staring blankly into space while tapping my feet monotonously in a complete state of boredom and thinking about all the things I needed to tell my friends until all of them arrived. 718 ord igjen
…what in the world did I just watch?
Gritty and Outlandish
It’s like this show has a switch. It’ll be this serious drama about a messed-up family with superpowers, then boom, suddenly it’s this over-the-top action/time travel/spy thriller that combines festive music with its shootouts. 531 ord igjen
For those of us who hope that we’d seen the apex of political advertising in 2016 or 2018, it looks like we’re in for a rude awakening. 227 ord igjen
A series of hearings on Capitol Hill showed the rising force of the political backlash against the country’s tech giants.
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