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New baby leads writer on quest to be an 'average guy'

When Time columnist Joel Stein learned he and his wife were expecting a baby boy, he set out on a quest to become an "average guy." Stein went to boot camp, worked with firefighters, and battled a former UFC champion. What did Stein learn? "Being a man is about getting kneed in the face," he said. Stein chronicles his experiences in his new book "Man Made."