May 2, 2007
I received my B.A. from UNT and J.D. & M.S. (Finance) from the University of Illinois, where I now teach.
I'm single (looking), have no kids, live by myself, and spend the time I'm not working volunteering at debate camps.
I like reading, chess, cooking, and almost anything academic. I also like watching football & soccer and playing RPGs. I spend my spare time volunteering as a debate coach, helping students with lots of talent but no money reach their potential.
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As a high school debater, I was looking for a broadly applicable philosophy that was expressed in (mostly) plain language. That left me with Rand... or Zizek, but Rand was a better read. I started with her non-fiction work, but have now read it all.
I've been a fan of Ayn Rand's work since encountering her non-fiction in high school. Now I'm an attorney working at a firm in Dallas.
There's a good mix of people for everyone interested in Ayn Rand or Objectivism. The meetings combine fun activities with good discussions.