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North Texas Objectivist Society (NTOS) Message Board › Ayn Rand on "Lost"

Ayn Rand on "Lost"

McKinney, TX
Post #: 31
I don't know if there are any fan's of the TV show "Lost" out there--but on tonight's episode Sawyer (one of the characters on the show) was show reading "The Fountainhead." Pretty cool.

Plano, TX
Post #: 426
I love it when her books have a little cameo in movies.
(I first heard of "The Fountainhead" when I watched Dirty Dancy.)

I have never watched Lost. I hear it is good, but one of those shows that you become clueless if you miss an episode or two during a season.
A former member
Post #: 1
I caught that too and it instantly made me realize there are quite a few parallels between the "others" and their little encampment and Galt's Gulch (yeah, I know, different book). But surely their choice of that book is intentional for some reason.
McKinney, TX
Post #: 32
I also think the placement of the book was intentional. They always have a reason for everything.

But why The Foutainhead and not Atlas Shrugged?

I just hope that the placement of such a rational book means that the series will have a somewhat logical payoff.
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