The Gulch Remembers Neil Peart

Posted by $ mshupe 8 months ago to Philosophy
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"I bought the album 2112 because I liked the cover, and it seemed to have something to do with science fiction. It just blew me away. Soon after, I looked up Ayn Rand in the library, and read Anthem. I believe that liner note introduced many of my generation to the works of Ayn Rand, and earned Rush the undying hatred of most rock critics. But I didn’t care; the music was like no others, and the lyrics espoused thought and values. Many other kids didn’t care about critics’ opinions either, and they built their fan base album by album, tour by tour, and over the period of about 20 years they became legendary."

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  • Posted by $ 8 months ago
    Like money is a tool for men to exchange values, our individual and collective ideas, as expressed for Neil Peart's legacy, can also be a tool to exchange in the marketplace of ideas.
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