Progress was once a natural part of evolution. Now, it seems, that digression is the only logical next step based on the posture required to work in an office. During your first few months in the cubicle, while your spirit is still strong, you are able to showcase near pristine straight posture. As time goes on, however, the deflation of your spirit is mirrored by the deflation of your back’s position as it hunches over to get closer to the glow of the screen.
Soon, a concave form appears to mark you for a lifer, an official de-evolutionized product of the office, that grand generic factory that takes in bright-eyed hopefuls and churns out dull-eyed surrenderers. It’s okay though; it can be argued that devolvement is a form of evolution.