March 23, 2005
I am a retired compensation consultant and teacher of statistics. I have been heavily involved in Montessori education for over 30 years and am retired from that also.
I am divorced. Son 1 lives in Chicago with his wife, son 2 lives in Calabasas (near L.A.) with his wife and my grandson, and my daughter is pursuing a PhD in psychological counseling at Penn State.
In my spare time, which I don't have any of, I sing with the Vocal Majority, I dance 2-3 nights a week (C&W, swing, ballroom, Latin), I bicycle, I travel, I hike, I read ... so much to do and so little time!
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AS was recommended to me in 1966 by my boss. See me and I will tell you "the rest of the story" about how I changed careers (and philosophy, of course) after reading all of her books then.
Hi. This is a great way to meet other like-minded and nice folks in a relaxed, social, non-academic setting. We have lots of activities and fun (and good food). If you are curious about us or about Objectivism, come join us. I'd love to meet you.
A great group with common ideas for discussion.