Ayn rand online dating
In the late 1990s, the white supremacist bootboys at Stormfront decided to start their own online dating service, obviously, with the express goal of meeting some cute bootgirls via the Internet. The 10-year-old site has seen a spike in membership in recent years—it has more than 16,000 dating profiles—after two “Atlas Shrugged” movies were released, says Mr. User handles include “Atlas in Arlington” and “Objectively Hot.” Ms.
I don’t imagine it’s all that easy to find a mate, let alone a date, when your musical tastes gravitate towards Skrewdriver, your bookshelf consists solely of that isolated Odin worshiper in Pennsylvania going to find a nice girl he can take home to mama? Betit-Hancock, a schools special-needs coordinator, says she had been “kind of freaking out,” wondering how she’d find someone “rational” to date.
Money is a tool of exchange, which can't exist unless there are goods produced and men able to produce them.
Money is not the tool of the moochers, who claim your product by tears, or the looters who take it from you by force.
“If you assume that maybe 1 out of 500 people is a serious fan of Ayn Rand’s novels, on a normal dating site you have a 1 in 500 chance of someone sharing the same basic values,” he says.
Edward Younkins describes Atlas Shrugged as "an apocalyptic vision of the last stages of conflict between two classes of humanity—the looters and the non-looters.Men who surround themselves with sycophants have fragile egos belied by their wealth, power and celebrity.These second-handers simply cannot orientate themselves to the universe without gauging their relative status to others around them.In the world of Atlas Shrugged, society stagnates when independent productive agencies are socially demonized for their accomplishments.This is in agreement with an excerpt from a interview with Playboy magazine, in which Rand states: The action in Atlas Shrugged takes place at a time when society has reached the stage of dictatorship.