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Y is for Yes, I'm Still Alive

This post is going to be brief, but, in case you were wondering, I’m still around.

This past year and a bit, I have been working through a lot of difficult things, so I detached myself from one of the things that I love to do most – create prose. 176 more words

Ayn Rand Should Have Gotten Therapy Instead of Writing 'Atlas Shrugged'

Today is Ayn Rand’s birthday. I wonder how she acted on her birthday. Was she extra selfish? Did she see it as a celebration of the self, or just another reminder that she’d one day die? 387 more words


First Post (Information) Atlas Shrugged

Made this small Atlas Shrugged graphic as my first test in Photoshop, plan on writing a review after I finish and posting more graphics on books/authors or anything interesting to be honest. 12 more words

Book Review

Ayn Rand's Atlass Shrugged: Analysis and Critique

Part One:  Analysis

Exposing the means by which the looters of a nation are able to exploit the abilities of the productive members of society lies at the heart of Ayn Rand’s novel  3,743 more words


Flint is What Happens When Atlas Shrugs

Back when I was a middle and high school teacher, I often had to write students up for dumb stuff they did in the classroom.  They’d have their phones out during class or they’d be talking when they weren’t supposed to be or whatever.  1,609 more words

Chapter II - "The Chain" (Part I)

We meet Hank Rearden, our proposed beacon of unappreciated light.

A nameless professor of economics muses, “Of what importance is an individual in the titanic collective achievements of our industrial age?” 736 more words

Ayn Rants

Rearden Metal: The Product of Freedom

Rearden metal is the creation of self-made millionaire magnate Hank Rearden, who slaved away in ore mine during his teenage years. His efforts paid off as he eventually bought the mine and began producing steels himself. 308 more words