Criticism is not uncivil
I know I said I was done with the Ayn Rand, but this is just too good not to post.
Oh, please no…please….
When I read the first half of “Atlas Shrugged “, the A -Team was on TV. I found the dialogues in the A -Team more realistic. It was certainly deeper, more sophisticated, and had more practical life advice.
Which was more realistic:
Reardon delivering on his promise, made withoult consulting anyone on his production, hiring, or training staff,or any of his suppliers and shippers, to increase his output by a half when he was already running three shifts, seven days a week, at full assembly-line capacity…
The A -team building a tank, in about six hours, using a beater car, or pickup truck, and tools and junk they found laying around in an old, unoccupied garage?
Anyone who knows an infitesimal amount at all about building something — therefore knowing far more than Ayn Rand about a subject her ignorance didn’t prevent her from pontificating about — would tell you that the tank project is more realistic simply because, while extremely unlikely, is still not impossible.
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