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    RetroActive2014

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    * You're not a mental-midget extrovert, and If you're looking for a new friend. Friends first, then we shall see what comes of it. * You actually Care about something other than your own self-centered self and fulfilling instant gratification. You're low-maintenance: You're not a...

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    theDrowElaith

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    "Ayn Rand, Capitalism: The Unknown Ideal, 1966

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    jasperware

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    ) Her over-orthodoxy was directed at capitalism itself, as the title of one of her books Capitalism, the Unknown Ideal tells us; according to her, the truly heretic thing today is to embrace the basic premise of capitalism without its communitarian, collectivist, welfare, etc.

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    misterlamp

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    drowned in mechanical and pointless world of tehnological progress, glorification of productivity and capitalism, and this is true for me also. ... But you should go somewhere else if you are one of those women with 'ideal man' features prepared in advance.

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  • The  Objectivism/Ayn Rand Test

    The Objectivism/Ayn Rand Test

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    So - read The Fountainhead? Atlas Shrugged? You think YOU know Ayn? Well, come try your luck and see how well you do.