Galt’s speech

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10 Responses to Galt’s speech

  1. Reed says:

    Funny.

    My experience is that long speeches are difficult to untangle and correct any errors.

  2. Tim Wikiriwhi says:

    Ha ha! I dont get it?

  3. Richard says:

    tl;dr = too long; didn’t read

  4. Tim Wikiriwhi says:

    You are joking though Richard ….yes?
    Truth or jest, the Objectivists will rellish your admission and consider it vindication of their assertion of your lack of intellegence and general sloth.

  5. General Sloth says:

    Truth or jest, the Objectivists will rellish your admission and consider it vindication of their assertion of your lack of intellegence and general sloth.

    Of course, they will! šŸ˜›

    I haven’t read Atlas Shrugged. (Have you read it?!)

    • Don’t.

      “We The Living” is much better, nearly autobiographical.

      “Anthem” is much shorter, nearly the same idea.

      “2112” by Rush is the same story in musical form.

      “Fountainhead” is much better, containing the monkey wrench which has fucked up generations of feminists; a rape scene, written by a woman, where the chick wants it.

  6. Tim Wikiriwhi says:

    Yip, and I actually enjoyed it (except for Galts Blar Blar Blar)
    I’m an Engineer, so I liked Hank Rearden… and John Galt was an Engineer too.
    And the Villains were interesting.
    Some good senerios about how the statists/ parasites and control freaks opperate.
    Yet it was Cheesie as when it was supposed to be profound… Blar Blar sence of life!… Blar Blar… march’s to a beat of their own drum… Makes a forture…. Abandons the moochers…. creates a mini atheist Utopia… Swearing oaths to their own egos… glowing children… Ha ha.

  7. reed says:

    I wouldn’t be able to read it.

    Thanks for the summary. šŸ™‚

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