Ayn Rand has a theory that is completely valid and can never be proven or disproven. How she gets credit for being an original thinker can be disproven. No human being can prove that they are NOT the only REAL human. The whole universe may well be a figment of MY imagination, but I am not willing to put all my eggs in that basket. I wish pompous little AYN would have had a Bhuddist mentor help her find some humility. Well, There was a Monk in training about 9,000 years B.A.R.(BEFORE AYN RAND) who asked his master about this very theory. The Master told the boy to MEDITATE ON HIS NOSE and report back. The young man ran in after 2 days to report his great revelation. MASTER, I GET IT,MY NOSE DOESNT EXIST! The master hauled off and punched him in the nose. WHAT HURTS? he asked.

Could a broken nose have prevented all this nonsense?

Peace!

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dankir 3 years 49 weeks ago
#1

Isnt anybody even going to question my spelling of Buddism? I give up.

Zenzoe 3 years 48 weeks ago
#2

Don't worry, dankir, sometimes you get comments, sometimes you don't. Join the club.

I liked this post but didn't have anything relevant to say. Just smiled at the image that popped up in my head of Ayn Rand with a flat nose.

dankir 3 years 48 weeks ago
#3

My wife has a flat nose. She is Vietnamese. My nose has had alterations by two white kids, one black criminal,and a frat boy.

Thank you for your support

dankir 3 years 48 weeks ago
#4

Ayn Rand isnt relative? Is Ron Paul or RAND(GEE I wonder how he got that name) Paul not relevant? Ask Mitt Romney (I AM NOT AN ANIMAL, I am not a ROBOT- I am a MORMAN!

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