Atlas Shrugged eBay Auctions: Week 4

Posted by awebb 4 years, 10 months ago to Entertainment
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Following are the items up for auction in the fourth week of the Atlas Shrugged eBay Auctions:

AUCTION 16: http://bit.ly/AtlasAuction16
Framed Rearden Steel stock certificate 12.25"x10.25" signed by Producers John Aglialoro & Harmon Kaslow (2 of 2) (ASP2)

AUCTION 17: http://bit.ly/AtlasAuction17
James Taggart's Tie (ASP2)

AUCTION 18: http://bit.ly/AtlasAuction18
Cuffy Meigs rabbit foot keychains (4 total) (ASP3)

AUCTION 19: http://bit.ly/AtlasAuction19
SSI (State Science Institute) Patches (2 total; set 1 of 2) (ASP3)

AUCTION 20: http://bit.ly/AtlasAuction20
Dagny Taggart Sunglasses with case (set 1 of 2) (ASP3)

See all of the Atlas Shrugged eBay Auctions and more here: http://stores.ebay.com/atlasshruggedmovi...

GOOD LUCK!


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  • Posted by CTYankee 4 years, 10 months ago
    I think it's funny that Hank rearden is a Mac user. I'd've figured him for a PC with a well-maintained linux distro.
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    • Posted by ASL 4 years, 9 months ago
      As you know, Darwin based on FreeBSD is the engine under the pretty gui tht we know as Mac OS. However, although a sleek thin sliver or gun metal blue laptop with well-maintained Linux distro is cool I agree and very much what I'd expect Rearden to use, Linux was made created under FSF's copyleft (or a derivative), originally based on the GNU kernel by a society of free programmers for the good of society .. not entirely sure it would gel with Rearden's Randian Objectivist convictions; although it was made voluntarily by free men and women not at the point of a gun or legislation so its not entirely inconsistent with a free capitalist society.
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