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Objectivism, Necromancy, and Other Fantasy Staples

This post discusses domestic violence.
Magic: The Gathering tournaments are, for events whose most significant mainstream exposure has come in the form of its participants’ ass cracks[1], big deals. 2,661 more words

From Love Stories to Downright Philosophy

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I’ve had an eventful few months. So, at the beginning of this year, I marked a challenge for myself. Goodreads has this feature wherein you can create a ‘Reading Challenge’ and mention how many books you wish to read this year as opposed to how many you actually end up reading. 684 more words

Those Poor Capitalists: Atlas Shrugged (#248) as Fantasy

“There are two novels that can change a bookish fourteen-year old’s life: The Lord of the Rings and Atlas Shrugged. One is a childish fantasy that often engenders a lifelong obsession with its unbelievable heroes, leading to an emotionally stunted, socially crippled adulthood, unable to deal with the real world. 594 more words

John Galt Hooded Sweatshirt

Promote individual responsibility, a limited government and free market capitalism with this John Galt sweatshirt, featuring a grunge style of typography and fancy kangaroo pocket with matching drawstrings.

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Books I read in Summer. Part- 2

પુસ્તક-રસિયાઓ…આવી ગયું છે બીજું લીસ્ટ: છેલ્લા બાર-પંદર દિવસમાં મેં વાંચેલા પુસ્તકો અને રિવ્યુઝ… માણો:

૧) A thing beyond forever: ખુબ સારી બુક છે. વાપીના રેલ્વે સ્ટેશન પરથી લીધેલી. 56 more words

Personalized Googlebots Can "Revive" the Dead

By Cheri Roberts, of Challenging the Rhetoric and Cheri Speak

If you’ve never seen the 2009 movie, Surrogates, starring, Bruce Willis, right now might be a good time to dim the lights and watch what should be considered a horror film, not a sci-fi drama. 532 more words

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Atlas Shrugged - Review, Summary, and Quotations Guide

So, a little over two months ago, I started reading Atlas Shrugged. It’s a book my Dad has been suggesting I read for almost ten years, and since I’m currently unemployed and don’t have any more college reading to do, I figured I’d buckle down and git ‘er done. 22,094 more words

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