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Happy Thanksgiving!

While there are a lot of politics surrounding Thanksgiving, the relations between the Europeans and the Natives, who gets to work on Thanksgiving day and so on, I am going to skip all of that for this blog post.  75 more words

Ayn Rand

Review: Atlas Shrugged Chapter 1 part 1 by Nafisatu Mshelbila

I read Ayn Rand’s book Atlas Shrugged and I was captivated by it in so many ways. I saw different ways emotions, opinions, views and decision making of people like  221 more words


November 21 - To Dagny.

To Ms Taggart,

I couldn’t help but think of you whilst watching the Iron Lady tonight.  I may not agree with either your philosophies or ideals but you both make me want to be the most kickass woman I can be.  247 more words

11/12/17: Daily Post

Yesterday, I started out the day by going for a four mile run.  It felt good to get out for run, especially considering Saturday night’s debacle where I only an one mile.  142 more words


Something's not quite right...

I am fascinated by distopian worlds. The events that have created them and how society and community have worked themselves into something that kind of works. 355 more words

Briefly on Atlas Shrugged

For a millennial conditioned on the instant gratification of dopamine hits our internet fused world provides it was a rather special event for me to finish  801 more words

Atlas Shrugged: Non-Contradiction by Ayn Rand

Ayn Rand is going to change the way you think. Forever.

One of the books that were on my list for a while was “Atlas Shrugged” by Ayn Rand, a philosophical novel that takes place in the fictional United States. 632 more words