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Franklin Delano Roosevelt (FDR): 32nd Retrospective

“Whatcha got ain’t nothin new. This country’s hard on people, you can’t stop what’s coming, it ain’t all waiting on you. That’s vanity.” – Ellis, No Country for Old Men (2007) FDR was intelligent but not brilliant. He was pampered as the only child of aristocrats. He was crippled by...

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Six Sweet New Summer Style Trends for Every Guy

Summer Style Summer is coming, but there are still plenty of ways to beat the heat without having to throw fashion to the wind. Here are six of the most popular trends for you to take advantage of this summer: Cuban Collars Throwbacks are all the rage, and you shouldn’t...

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Doin’ It With Kwaisi France: Flash Squad Pt. 3

Part 3 of my conversation with Andre Borczuk of Flash Squad talking technology, diversity, rap and politics. Part 2 is here. Flash Squad At Flash Squad, our goal is to create a more personal world. That means that Andrew and I want to share as much of ourselves as possible...

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Doin’ It With Kwaisi France: Flash Squad Pt. 2

Part 2 of my conversation with Andre Borczuk of Flash Squad talking technology, diversity, rap and politics. Part 1 is here. Part 3 is here. Flash Squad At Flash Squad, our goal is to create a more personal world. That means that Andrew and I want to share as much...

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Doin’ It With Kwaisi France: Flash Squad Pt. 1

Part 1 of my conversation with Andre Borczuk of Flash Squad talking technology, diversity, rap and politics. Part 2 is here. Flash Squad At Flash Squad, our goal is to create a more personal world. That means that Andrew and I want to share as much of ourselves as possible...

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Herbert C. Hoover: 31st Retrospective

“Whatcha got ain’t nothin new. This country’s hard on people, you can’t stop what’s coming, it ain’t all waiting on you. That’s vanity.” – Ellis, No Country for Old Men (2007) Herbert Hoover was one of the most respected men in America by the late 1920’s. After World War I...