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New trailer from Ayn Rand's Atlas Shrugged part two movie: The Wet Nurse

Keep in mind that Ron Paul recommended Atlas Shrugged to us in the bibliography of The Revolution: A Manifesto

It is the kind of book that, once you have read it, you will wish you had read it earlier in your life. That is especially true if you go on to read her newsletter: The Objectivist Newsletter 1962-1965 which is filled with articles which are thought provoking and enlightening. I bought TON after I noticed that all the essays in The Virtue of Selfishness and Capitalism, The Unknown Ideal originated in it. I assure you that it is worth getting. There are book reviews where I discovered Ludwig von Mises, an Intellectual Ammunition Department and articles by Nathaniel Branden, but no pictures.

This trailer shows a scene between Hank Rearden who owns a steel mill and a government agent who is assigned to make sure that Rearden adheres to government bureaucratic edicts. He is a young man whom Rearden comes to care for and refers to as his Wet Nurse.

I was impressed with the quality of the acting. This movie is going to be GOOD.


Remind everyone you meet that October 12 Atlas Shrugged part two will be in theaters all over the country. www.atlasshruggedmovie.com and click on theaters to find one near you.

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One of these days you're going to have to decide what side you're on.

Feeling Fear? You're living in the future.
Feeling Depressed? You're living in the past.
Who would you be without your story? —Byron Katie

When the desire to bring about a change in you is not there,
the demand to change the world is not there eit

Bump for October 12

Looking forward to it.

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Two words...

I can't wait, I'll have to rewatch the first half again though.
Isn't that actor the kid who played alf-alfa on the little raskals?

There's a new Darrin!

They changed actors

I wanted to stand and cheer...

..but the fuzzy feline deity on my lap preemptively overruled the motion.

Nevetheless that's a killer line: "Try pouring a ton of steel without rigid principles."

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the external authority cult mentality.

Looking forward to the movie.

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