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Plano, TX

Member since:

September 25, 2005

Please tell us about your work, like whether you are in school or college or about your job, career, or business.

Howard Roark had clients so he could build, I work for a recruiting company so I can recruit. It's kind of like going on a treasure hunt, except instead of finding gold I find people. Usually very fulfilling. Usually.

Please tell us about yourself, like whether you are married or have children.

Married with 4 daughters and 1 son. 2 ferrets, 2 cats, and 1 dog.

Please tell us about your interests, like what you like to do in your spare time or for relaxation or vacation.

What is this spare time you speak of? Besides hanging out with the family, I enjoy biking, reading, and music. I used to go hiking, but since moving to TX, well..there is NOTHING to hike. I do love the ocean. I do so MISS the ocean...sigh...

What is your favorite book by Ayn Rand and why?

I have read all her novels, and the majority of her essays as well as short stories. My favorite novel is We The Living - to me the character development is very good, and though it could be considered a bleak story, I found it hopeful. Good Copy is my favorite short story. I also enjoy reading nonfiction about Ayn Rand. Jennifer Burn's biography of Ayn Rand is most enjoyable, and since she had full access to her archive, very thorough. I have Anne Heiler's bio of Rand, but haven't gotten around to starting it yet. Robert Merrill's book on her writing is a good read as well.

How did you first learn about Ayn Rand and Objectivism?

A friend mentioned this group back in the fall of 2005, so I came, listened, read and learned. Well, I am still learning!


I have just upgraded myself to OIJ: Objectivist In Training. I discovered Objectivism in the fall of 2005, so am still a new student. I have read all of Rand's novels, and currently attend the OPAR study group that is right before the NTOS meetup.

What Sherry is saying about this Meetup Group

Good group.

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