Curry T.


Dallas, TX
Hometown: Dallas

Member since:

June 22, 2011

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Analog failure engineer at TI

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Jogging, hiking, biking, snow/water skiing, tennis, squash, etc. Comedy, karaoke, musicals, opera, fine dining, theater, movies. Hobbies include ham radio, computing, science/lab work, and mathematics.

What is your favorite book by Ayn Rand and why?

It would have to be Atlas because I feel Objectivist principles are best explained for (in allegory and also in clear terms) for the layman in that novel. Hence, it becomes the easiest way to talk to people about it. (It's hard to discuss ideas with people when they refuse to read a book entitled "The Virtue of Selfishness" might get bored with it anyway.)

How did you first learn about Ayn Rand and Objectivism?

Can't remember. I think it was during my first year of college through a friend.


95% Objectivist

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