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Eddie's Fan

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    philosopical nutcase

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    Ayn Rand, writing, stamp collecting, blogging on history
  1. Sherlock Mythbusters Antiques Roadshow Indiana Week In Review The McLaughlin Group
  2. I just read "Contents of the Dead Man's Pockets" by Jack Finney for school. Anyone else read it?
  3. "The Open Window," a short story by Saki, is great.
  4. Another Mockingbird fan! I would say my top books are To Kill A Mockingbird, Sherlock Holmes, Crime and Punishment and the Dante Club. My favorite authors are Doestovsky, Rand, Grisham and Clancy
  5. To Kill A Mockingbird. That's simply my favorite book.
  6. That book was disturbing to me before I was an Objectivist. I do enjoy his poetry books, though. I think an interesting book to put into Objectivist thought would be my favorite picture book, The Story of Ferdinand. I see it as a story of a young animal version of Howard Roark, going against everything that he's expected to do to follow his own conscience.
  7. I'd vote for Eddie and Cheryl too. That would have been great.
  8. What do you mean, Eddie and Dagny isn't a choice? I liked Eddie's love for Dagny best. It's a sad part of the book. Eddie always was on the outside looking in.
  9. Cleopatra is generally considered to be Greek, as that was her family's line. An interesting fact: She was the first of the Ptolemies to bother learning Egyptian, the language of her subjects.
  10. I liked the new movie, but I'm biased as I practice Kung Fu.
  11. In the absence of William Tecumseh Sherman and Georgi Zhukov, I vote Julius Caesar.
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