Comment: Some more hell - but not my making

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Some more hell - but not my making

And yes, it's relevant to all you shruggers out there.

It's part of her author background information in the book too. She both lies about it directly, and invites the reader to make comparisons to her life and the book.

Ok, here's some comparisons. A person that would lie to the reader would also make fun of the reader in the title - as a farce (of a sort).

Keeping your marriage vows is important. A person who would break their oath there would anywhere - in fact Rearden sells out America (symbolized by a Statue of Liberty) in the book over his adultery - which lasts all a few chapters until Dagny sleeps with another one.

What does oath keeping matter. Shrug. ow!!

Stupid Americans.

And for the support of this Declaration, with a firm reliance on the protection of Divine Providence, we mutually pledge to each other our lives, our fortunes and our sacred honor.