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    United States
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    Virginia
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    Married
  • Real Name
    Nick
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    Copyrighted
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    I cut hair I love my work I like doing things in the most organic way I strive for excellence
  • Experience with Objectivism
    Objectivism made my life make since.
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    pr at partners
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    cutting, coloring, styling, educating, performing
  1. i love capitalism but have an issue with one area. This is something that i have struggled with for some time now and maybe someone could clarify. I am a hairstylist and my salon carries products by the big three of cosmetics (loreal, proctor and gamble, and Estee Lauder) These groups collective own about 99 percent of all cosmetic companies and that is fine. the problem is that as i work with these groups more and more it has become clear that they spend the bulk for their money not on finding ways to make better products or more competitive prices. it is spent primarily on marketing. B
  2. It seems to me to be some what pointless to speak of art objectively. obviously you can say that my paintings are not as good as Dali and you would be quite rite in saying that. But to argue with a person or people about why one artist or work of art should speak to them over another is senseless. If an artist creates something that inspires you it is probably because there is a common theme that you share with him or her. the artist projects this through the art and that is why it speaks to you. but if some one else doesn't share this theme its impossible to convince them that this work is be
  3. Hey guys!!! first post as a new member and what a fun start. I must say that there are a lot of interesting takes on this issue both in agrement and in opposition but the problem with the latter, in my opinion, seems to be that is based on the concern of others. It assumes that a tattoo is a projection to others and that any joy or hard times must come by their reaction to it. A tattoo (particularly an objectivist one) can be a constant reminder of your values to yourself. its permanence is much like the eternal bonds of a marriage. it is a vow to uphold yourself to your values forever. I
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