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  • Infinity_Wasted

    Infinity_Wasted

    March 11, 2015, 5:24 am

    sorry if this sounds off-topic, but I figured this would be a good place to ask, since it's at least partly related:

    last time I got tires put on my car, I was given corporate pamphlets and diagrams (Michelin & BF Goodrich) "demonstrating" how new tires are more effectively prevent hydroplaning if placed in the rear. I know that's bullshit, and I told the guy who gave me the pamphlet. I even had to sign a waiver that I would not sue the shop for "misplacing my new tires" on the front.

    I just want to know: why? if it were true, then the tires on the front could be fucking bald and I could drive through puddles without a problem.

    EDIT: typo, forgot a word.

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  • keepinithamsta

    keepinithamsta

    March 10, 2015, 10:26 pm

    I tried this once but stopped after the first escalation. Is there a baseline script of specific things I should say? I was as nice as possible when I called. One of my credit card companies just sent me a letter stating that my credit card APR would raise to something crazy due to increase in costs of operating a credit card company. (I think it was either 26 or 28%.) I think it's dumb that someone who has been in good standing since day one gets slapped with an insane hike in APR because other people aren't paying their bills. Can I use the threat of not agreeing to the new terms to plead my case of lowering my APR? Is it possible to request a fixed APR as well?

    I accidentally missed a payment due to my bank's automatic payment stuff messing up for one of my cards. The lady I was talking to waived my fee and restored my old APR if I paid a double payment ASAP. I know I won't be able to ever ask for that again at Discover and I hear it works for a lot of people in good standing. How often does calling and asking for this actually work?

    Discover also happens to have an automatic limit increase option that I was denied on for excessive revolving debt. If I call back and talk to an operator will they reevaluate my request if I tell them I'm planning on canceling my higher interest card I'm trying to get to zero balance first? This was a few months ago so I'm thinking about trying again regardless since I only need a $2500 increase instead of the previous $5000 increase. I'm just curious if I should even bother bringing up the future cancellation of the second card.

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  • kino101

    kino101

    March 11, 2015, 6:14 am

    I have the same info to go on as most everyone else. did the UN report claim that phos. was used? did it state that such use was indefensible?

    There exists much video and pictures of burned bodies,(and I don't doubt that some is faked) dr.s sans borders reports treating children for phos. burns. are they anti-Semitic? do you think they have a political agenda? do you think they want to see Israel suffer? if you've answered no, then you have few options left.

    these are difficult times, look at all the denial in the US as far as reasons for Iraq, or the DHS or how the president is continuing 'indefinite detention'. people just don't want to look at what makes them uncomfortable, I imagine it's just as difficult for you to imagine Israel engaging in immoral acts. but is IS happening, and your denial won't make it go away. I lose my sympathies toward peoples who can't face up to what they have become and work to stop it. if you want to construe this as anti-Jew so be it.

    ignorance is no excuse

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  • GrokThis

    GrokThis

    March 10, 2015, 7:52 am

    I knew it was going to be bad but a part of me still went "I'm not *really* going to see a busted eye, am I? Not really. It's going to be a drawing or something."

    I'm so stupid sometimes.

    Makes me wonder though, your tolerance threshold for viewing/causing/knowing about injuries and gore is obviously sky high. Does that make you feel different than the average person? I mean there's no way in *hell* I'm going to look at the imask.com links you posted, and just reading about what arteries are best to cut into made my toes curl. But you deal with this stuff all the time. Ever have nightmares? How did you first get desensitized to it, or have you always sort of leaned that way?

    Can I fit one more question into this post? Can I?

    *-grammar edit*

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  • rospaya

    rospaya

    March 10, 2015, 11:07 pm

    Why do Americans always think that a tyrant or a dictator will come over night, declare marshall law and rule with an iron fist?

    Why is it that there's never mention of a scenarion in which the tyrannical government gets to power legally, fragments the US popular opinion and presents itself as a saviour. Third of the population will love it, a third will hate it but won't think it's necessary to pull their guns, and a third is, as always, stoned with day to day life and/or celebrity gossip.

    The above is in no way related to the current situation, the scenario is here only to point out that evil people are not dumb and will certainly avoid conflict and all-out social unrest.

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  • powersurge

    powersurge

    March 10, 2015, 8:46 am

    I tried to switch away from diet pepsi caffeine free, and a few weeks later realized I had gained a couple pounds for the first time in a decade. The culprit - I had replaced a sip of diet soda with a chocolate chip cookie and sometimes even ice cream.

    In other words, your results may vary. Even if you are afraid of Metabolic Syndrome, getting rid of diet soda may make it worse. Consider whether you really have any significant risk for adult-onset diabetes.

    I am back sipping a diet pepsi, and feeling much better.

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  • shutthehellup

    shutthehellup

    March 10, 2015, 6:12 am

    Well... any variable in isolation is "highly unlikely" to make someone rich. That's because getting rich is a "highly unlikely" event in the first place, inheritance notwithstanding. This is why the potential rewards for success are so outsized.

    Personal culture and attitude also matter a great deal. Someone who honestly believes that "connections" are all that matter, for example, has significantly lower probability of pursuing an interesting idea in the first place, and significantly higher likelihood of saying "I can't win so why try."

    Someone who believes that "ideas can make you rich," on the other hand, coupled with a belief along the lines of "where there's a will, there's a way," is far more likely to make the attempt to cultivate an interesting idea, to go out there and find potential backers, to develop a strong enough pitch to sell it, and so on.

    The counter-view to your view, by the way, is that even now there is an excess of capital out there looking for decent ideas to fund. It's not hard to sell a potential investor on an excellent idea excellently implemented, in part because the combination of high quality ideas and solid execution are still in short supply (and may well always be). Someone with sufficient brains and motivation, plus a modicum of selling ability, should be able to find the capital backing for a truly worthwhile pursuit if hooked up to a strong enough pitch.

    To a certain degree, there are two ways to look at the world: Either it's mostly uncontrollable luck, or come what may you make your own luck. Another common characteristic of successful entrepreneurs is that they take the second view, to the point where many are convinced that with enough drive and sales ability they could bootstrap their way up again from zero, no matter what. Whichever you believe -- that it's all luck or that you make your own -- you more or less make it true.

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  • radaway

    radaway

    March 10, 2015, 3:03 pm

    While I don't believe in this stuff, I think it's easy for a programmer to think of the soul as the software. Obviously hardware problems can interfere with the software running on it for instance corrupting data.

    So frankly I think the soul concept should come even more naturally to programmers than to the rest of the people (who also get it naturally because we are all, apparently, common sense dualists).

    Now if you accept that the soul **is** software it's a very small step to start believing that eternal life is possible as long as you can get some kind of new hardware to run it.

    If this is true (which we will know in the future) there is also nothing supernatural about it so I still don't see why would anyone believe in some jewish fairy tale because of it.

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  • Eugi

    Eugi

    March 10, 2015, 1:27 pm

    I've been to French McDonalds and they are a step above anything we have in the USA. The service is friendlier, the food is tailored after local cuisines (ex: croissants and espressors are on offer), and the places are *much* cleaner.

    If McDonalds is willing to offer a high level of service and decorum (as described in the article), then their shop near the Louvre should be an excellent place to get a meal. Yeah it's a burger, but lets face it, Burgers and hotdogs are what most people think of when they think of mainstream American cuisine.

    If McDonalds can deliver, then I am 100% for this venture.

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  • freakwent

    freakwent

    March 10, 2015, 11:04 pm

    I can answer this:

    - 'digital culture', aka placation from "this shiny box that gives me internet."

    - The culture of individualism (I'm alright Jack) that seems to have risen up during the 80s and 90s

    - There's no draft, so people who don't want to go to war usually don't

    - Despite the rhetoric and the terrible examples of some policemen, there is no overt oppression. It is not illegal to complain about the Government, for example, and the state is not in the habit of simply jailing political enemies for their very existence. There are a lot of problems, but there are not foreign soldiers billited in civilian houses, nor foriegn powers taxing your imports and exports in your ports. The situation is bad compared with how it should be, but *fantastic* compared with the worst-case scenario.

    - With Libertarian thought on the upsurge, many are being exposed to the ideas that food, housing, health, jobs and general well-being are not the responsibility of the Govt. This being the case, it feels a bit weird to then complain to the Government about these issues; compare and contrast with the French Revolution and many other riots and uprisings, where lack of necessities was always seen as the fault of the ruling classes, implicitly as a form of the social contract or noblesse oblige. The Libertarian stance is that they should thuis stop taking so much resources (taxes) from the people; my position is that they sould instead provide the services that they say they are supposed to, and behave like a 'proper Government', but I digress.

    - At some level, most American people believe, rightly or wrongly, that the current foreign wars are necessary to maintain the current lifestyles they lead. In vietnam, not only was it implausible that VC soldiers could or would destroy the WTC or the Pentagon, but there was no massive economically essential resource in Vietnam.

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  • SgtSausage

    SgtSausage

    March 10, 2015, 3:26 pm

    I've been telling y'all since loooonnngngng before the current healthcare issue: Government (especially our US Federal Government in DC) will fuck up, completely and beyond all recognition, absolutely everything they touch.

    When are you going to learn: It's not Democrat -v- Republican. It's Politicians -v- TheRestOfUs. They **do not** have our best interest in mind in *anything* they do. Even in the negligible chance that they actually do, Government is *not* the answer as they *always* fuck it up.

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  • abjurer

    abjurer

    March 11, 2015, 2:03 am

    When I was five or six, I was wandering down a deserted sidewalk at the park past a row of parked cars. One of the cars' driver's-side doors was open, and there was a guy who appeared to be in the process of stepping out of the car... but he was completely motionless. It was as if he had been frozen in time in the middle of stepping out of the car.

    I wondered if he was dead, but there was no freaking way a dude could die while getting out of a car and not fall over or something. And the same went for having a stroke or even just passing out or what have you. Anyway, I stared at him for a couple minutes straight, and then I just couldn't take the creepiness anymore. I ran back to my parents and never told anyone what I had seen.

    I guess I must have repressed the memory, because I had no recollection of this happening until a couple of months ago. In any case, this is the first time I've told this story. I still wonder what happened to that guy.

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  • wingman187

    wingman187

    March 11, 2015, 3:22 am

    What are you having trouble with? If it's just closing it I may have the solution.

    What makes closing it easiest is having a roach on one end. This keeps weed from falling out that end, and it makes it easier to start closing your joint.

    With the roach, all you need to do to close your J is roll one end of the paper under the roach, which is a lot easier that rolling it under just weed because a roach has an actual shape, hopefully cylindrical. Once you have one corner of the paper under the roach, just slowly begin to roll your J up the paper, making sure to keep the paper taught the whole time you are doing this.

    My biggest problem is making it look like a cone, but in both of our cases, perfection comes with time and well instructed practice.

    Just google how to roll a joint, and before you even realize it, you'll have an AHA moment and it will just click.

    **EDIT** Not sure how you can downvote somebody for trying to provide constructive advice.

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  • the_trout

    the_trout

    March 10, 2015, 5:27 pm

    Yeah, that's the problem, right? I don't think I can draw a definitive line that would make sense to most people. I'm comfortable with a line between dolphin and cow. I try not to eat pigs, but that's hard. I also try to limit mass-produced meat. I don't think cats and dogs should be killed or eaten, but that's just my Western sensibilities. Is sentience the line? Companionship potential? The ability to feel pain? I don't know. I just know what I feel OK about killing and eating. Lobster, yes. Dolphin, no. Cow, yes, Cat, no. Buffalo, yes, raccoon, no. I'm not trying to be difficult. It's ultimately the crux of the whole thing, though, isn't it?

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  • snorch

    snorch

    March 10, 2015, 8:38 pm

    I am undergoing the procedure right now. I too am having a black tat on my stomach removed.

    I am having it lasered out. I have done 5 treatments so far, and it is almost gone. The laser fucking HURTS. It hurts like nothing I've EVER experienced before in my life. If it was a torture technique, I'd crack as soon as I heard the machine turn on. I fucking *writhe* in pain the whole time the lady is zapping me. It's relatively quick though, which is why I don't use anesthetic. Edit: really. it hurts. bad.

    My clinic offers me two different types of anesthetic. One is a topical cream that i suspect is just a placebo, cause it doesn't work at all. the other is a shot. Depending on the size of the tattoo, they might not be able to numb the whole thing, since there's a threshold of anesthetic that they won't cross for health reasons.

    The healing is disgusting. The day you get treated, you will be a bloody fucking mess and feel like you got hit by a truck. It gets all scabbed up, and you are supposed to keep it covered and bathe it in neosporin twice a day. If you don't take care of it during the healing process you'll end up with scars that look worse than the dumbass tattoo you got.

    It's really expensive, I had about 30 square inches of tattoo to burn out, and the clinic charged me about $2k for a 6-treatment package. If it isn't completely gone after 6, I have to pay for more, albeit at a discounted price.

    Oh, and black tattoos are actually the easiest and fastest to fade out. Color takes longer, and blue is almost impossible to remove.

    AMA

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  • BlunderLikeARicochet

    BlunderLikeARicochet

    March 11, 2015, 4:44 am

    Wait-- why does that matter? Is it okay to orchestrate the rape of a few innocent men and not many? Is the morality of such an action even dependent on one's guilt or innocence anyway?

    I just presented the Innocence Project citation as proof that yes, there are persons wrongfully convicted of sex crimes, making such an action all the more damnable.

    If you murder someone because you're *mostly* sure they *probably* deserve it... You're still guilty of murder, given that you can't be certain of their guilt. If it's proven later that they were innocent, that is of course, even worse.

    But hell... I'm gonna go out on a limb and say: I don't think it's okay to orchestrate the rape of ANYBODY, guilty or no. I know, I know-- crazy bleeding-heart, right?

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  • dredd

    dredd

    March 11, 2015, 7:40 am

    Delivering nothing isn't corruption, it's incompetent management from the government. One particular project I was working on, the development money was simply shifted elsewhere at the turn of the financial year. Obviously a for-profit company isn't going to continue to work on a product without money. So development money spent by the government for no outcome or deliverable. Just stupidity, but that's how much development aid seems to work, it's a temporary company subsidy without any clear goal(s).

    Anyway, it's good you believe in something, I'm far more cynical than that. I'd rather use my expertise and work for the maximum I can earn and donate to organizations that make a difference (imo) rather than hope the government will do something sensible with my taxes or do a semi-skilled job which I'm not an expert in.

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  • istara

    istara

    March 11, 2015, 4:21 am

    Oh please do - I would love it if you could. I have no coding skills myself.

    I thought of calling it ilikeihate.com because I felt that people would more likely feel comfortable saying they liked something than they loved it, as that sounds kind of obsessive, but would be happy to say when they hated something. As things you dislike you often quite actively dislike/hate. Plus ilikeidislike sounds weak.

    EDIT: a key feature would be some kind of intelligence that it could combine similar terms, so you wouldn't end up with the usual kind of tag mess that human beings tend to create, when pancake/pancakes/Pancake/pnacake all end up as different entries, but should be the same.

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  • IMakeHotThingsNotHot

    IMakeHotThingsNotHot

    March 10, 2015, 11:09 pm

    >How much of your time is spent back at the station weight-lifting?

    We have PT every shift, it is usually just a few hours of whatever you want to work on. I am a bigger guy, so I usually just run a lot.

    >How many of your colleagues are on steroids?

    Well none that I know of, and I don't really have any reason to suspect it. Our job doesn't take THAT much muscle.

    >Have you ever done anything heroic, or did you mostly respond to false alarms and cat-stuck-in-a-tree situations?

    A lot of times it is false fire alarms, and I have never gotten a cat out of a tree, although I have always wanted to respond to that call :). I guess some of what I have done you could call heroic, I have pulled people out of fires, resuscitated people, and saved large amounts of property. It's not nearly as much as it used to be, I started about 10 years ago when people weren't nearly as safe as they are today.

    >Do you and your colleagues expect to get free coffee/lunch from local establishments just because of your line of work?

    None of us expect it anywhere. There are places that give us a discount, or free things. There is this one IHOP that we responded to four times, so they decided us to give us half off whenever we go. We get half off at Chick-Fil-A. Then there is a bunch of local businesses that discount us. Naturally these places tend to get our business more often.

    >Do you realize that you contribute absolutely nothing to the national GDP?

    Yes, but I think the service we provide is worthwhile enough.

    >Democrat or republican?

    Independent, but very liberal, and atheist. It is interesting being in one of the most conservative careers you can do.

    >Do you think Bush should have known of 9/11, and does that make him complicit in the deaths of firemen in NYC?

    I think Bush should have known and been more prepared for 9/11. I hate how he, and so many politicians turned 9/11 into a buzzword for their own political gain, it makes me sick. If that doesn't make him complicit, then the bullshit way he handled the situation for the years after it sure as hell does. You would be surprised how many people in my profession fucking hate that man.

    I will answer a lot more non-PC then that if you have the questions :)

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  • jordanlund

    jordanlund

    March 10, 2015, 4:19 pm

    Believe me, I know exactly how they work. Given the size of modern hard drives the chance of a newly deleted file being over-written is minuscule. I agree that you never rely on it, but if you've deleted files accidentally and have no backup they can save your bacon.

    How do I know? I've done it. My marketing department accidentally deleted a bunch of stuff that they needed (why is it always the marketing department?)

    I immediately disabled sharing on the drive so nobody could write anything to it and possibly damage the missing files, ran an undelete and was able to get back every single file that was lost.

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  • WhoaABlueCar

    WhoaABlueCar

    March 11, 2015, 7:55 am

    Hey man I know you're looking for responses from women but I have been on a whole lot of first dates with girls I randomly pick up at a bar.

    As far as movies go, I concur. I love going and seeing movies but it is horrible for a first date.

    What generally has worked for me is obviously exchanging phone numbers, and suggesting the following day for a time to get together again and just talk a bit over drinks. Sports bars or dive bars are perfect for this as the drinks will take off some pressure and the noise of the bar(pool tables, video poker, tv's, etc) play the role as the awkward silence killer.

    If she is a girl that would rather hang out sober and see what you're like then I'd suggest getting a cup of coffee or something fun like bowling.

    I was just thinking again of the movie thing, and actually I've gone on a couple dates to a horror movie. And it wasn't necessarily like tv plays it out to be where the tough guy comforts the girl (a la Zack and Kelly) but actually kind of fun.

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  • Leiya

    Leiya

    March 11, 2015, 4:24 am

    Nah don't worry, I'm against it too, I just don't advertise it. It's not cool to consider the other side's position and try to understand their viewpoint and how they came to that conclusion, and then formulate a solution that would benefit both parties.

    Oh wait, this is about an actual bill. I was just talking about government-run health care. Anyway, here's my viewpoint: I think the government is just as corrupt and poorly-run as insurance agencies, and we need to eliminate BOTH form health care. And no, I don't know what we'd do in its stead. But I realize the solution can't come from one person, and invite everyone to help find something that benefits all.

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  • DigitalEvil

    DigitalEvil

    March 10, 2015, 8:17 pm

    The cost of an annual bus pass could probably get you one of the cars she drove. These are vehicles that don't even sell regularly through private sale because of how cheap they are. Auction style selling of this fashion allows multiple people to sell at minimal cost to the owner. If you had mechanical skill, you could keep it running for a while.

    As it is, her situation is not yours. I never claimed it to be so comparison of equal needs is hard to consider. I'm sorry you don't have a vehicle. I know how difficult it is to get to places when you have to rely on public transportation.

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  • sillycheesedog

    sillycheesedog

    March 10, 2015, 7:40 am

    Pro Tip: Banks hate customers who say they are going to go to the Better Business Bureau, if you feel you have been wronged mention that.

    Also, make sure to read the letter that came with your APR increase, usually there will be an option to close out the account without getting the increase.

    In regards to the automatic line increase, I am not sure what the options those agents have in regards to flexibility. Most customers with us would want to get a higher limit on one card by cancelling the other if they had two but, that never was a determining factor.

    Not sure about the double payment and how that works, usually we would just put some info in the computer and restore the apr as long as the account was current but you could only get it once unless it was a special circumstance.

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  • DrakeBishoff

    DrakeBishoff

    March 11, 2015, 2:50 am

    I knew about Hare from reading both his Without Conscience, and Snakes in Suits, and recommend them to others. Have had to deal with people over the years who were psychopaths, and also narcissistic personality disorder, and both combined as well. A disproportionate number of politicians and corporate executives suffer from one or both, and this affects a lot of people. The current economic crises has a lot to do with psychopaths run amuk and in control.

    edit: I don't know of a correlation with IQ, but I would say that the higher IQ ones end up as executives and politicians, and the lower IQ ones end up in prison.

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  • Depafro

    Depafro

    March 11, 2015, 1:24 am

    "two people start doing what comes naturally"

    Obviously, humans are designed to have and enjoy sex, but it does not follow that they should have sex anytime. There's a time and a place for it

    This is possibly the worst analogy in the history of analogies, but:

    Urinating also comes naturally, but I don't do it as soon as I have the urge. I wait for the correct time and place.

    If something is natural, it does not mean it can't or shouldn't be resisted in some cases.

    I'm not saying we should withhold any information from youth. Just that we should place way more importance on decision making and understanding consequences, and getting rid of the ridiculous notion that you can have anything you want.

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  • sorunx

    sorunx

    March 10, 2015, 6:16 am

    I don't have to try again. Alot of that unemployment accounts for some of the poorer nations, but even if there is unemployment their people aren't starving on the streets like in the USA.

    Yeah Europe healthcare for all, higher education for free a society that makes the most of its citizens potential for the true benefit of mankind both artistically and socially. Thats alot more worthwhile than the crap we do here and call art.

    Also for that 50% tax rate note that europeans dont really complain about taxes because they actually GET things for their taxes like healthcare, education, food and livable wages for all jobs.

    The oil embargo of the 1970s that caused the massive lines was engineered by ultra rich corporations that wanted to strangle the US citizen, hardly the governments fault.

    You try again bud, name me a single capitalist society that works perfectly.

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  • stone11

    stone11

    March 10, 2015, 9:51 am

    >but is it truly possible to believe that the US health care system is not failing millions of people?

    For a libertarian, sure. They take the stance that anyone who would be covered by a public health care system *could* buy health insurance, but they won't/don't because they're lazy, or stupid, or irresponsible. It's an adjunct of the revived Ayn Rand fetishism which should have died in the late 80s and early 90s, but has been kept on life support since then and was recently zombified by relevant business interested and their cheerleaders on the right. All, in a loving bow of irony, sold to the utterly *average* citizens who Ayn Rand despised.

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