Ayn rand online dating
Social networking site (with members and dating profiles) for admirers of Ayn Rand's novels The Fountainhead and Atlas Shrugged.
Rand scholar Mimi Reisel Gladstein later wrote that "reviewers seemed to vie with each other in a contest to devise the cleverest put-downs"; one called it "execrable claptrap", while another said it showed "remorseless hectoring and prolixity". Alan Greenspan wrote a letter to The New York Times Book Review, in which he responded to Hicks' claim that "the book was written out of hate" by calling it "a celebration of life and happiness.
There, he found his dream date: a woman who also wanted to do logical cost-benefit analyses of every decision.
At age 30, he had already been “looking for a very specific kind of woman” for three years when Google searches led him to the Atlasphere, an Ayn Rand appreciation site with a dating component.
As in other works falling within this genre, a visitor in this case, Dagny arrives at an Utopian Society and is shown around by denizens, who explain in detail how their social institutions work and what is the world view behind these institutions. The Economist reported that the year-old novel ranked No.
With an attached sales chart, The Economist reported that sales "spikes" of the book seemed to coincide with the release of economic data.