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April 29, 2005

Atlas Blogged


I've been putting some special effort into these two new author entries. I remember when I was a senior in high school and I decided to dive into my mother's battered copy of "Atlas Shrugged". I was an ambitious reader from an early age, and this book was one of those classic tomes that everyone recommends but hardly anyone has actually read. I'm not sure the philosophy would have worked very well for my mother, but for some reason she had it and I remember getting through most of it. Anyway, that brings me to the Ayn Rand page I recently put up. I know there are many Rand fans out there so I hope my Biographical Sketch has done her justice. If I had included everything I could have written a block of text that was the size of Atlas, and "The Fountainhead" combined. I'm dead serious.

Btw, if you are interested in more about Ayn Rand's life, I found this link while I was snooping around the net for information on her. It's actually pretty interesting to see those pictures of her in New York.

The other page created was a little lighter for those that may not be interested in lofty terms like Objectivism. Don't get me wrong, Al Franken is just as interesting as Rand. It's just on a different level. Hey, I'm sure he'd admit as much too! I recommend you listen to all of Al's Audio books. He reads them all and I've never laughed more listening to an Audio Book.