Monthly Archives: January 2011

“The road is cleared…”

Atlas Shrugged – Day 104 – pp. 1160-1169 This is it!! (Apparently I miscounted.) The final installment! “The locomotive of the eastbound Comet broke down in the middle of a desert in Arizona. … Eddie Willers called for the conductor…”
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The Great Escape

Atlas Shrugged – Day 103 – pp. 1150-1159 Now we get a little hokey. Francisco grills the subdued guards. How many guards are there? Where? What are these rooms? It’s military precision. (You wonder, when you’re an expert at one thing, it would seem, in Rand’s universe, you’re an expert at everything.
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The “Passion” of John Galt (or the end of Jim Taggart)

Atlas Shrugged – Day 102 – pp. 1140-1149 No it ain’t. “Long coils of wire, like the twisted arms of an octopus, stretched forward across the stone floor, from the machine to a leather mattress spread under a cone of violent light. John Galt lay strapped to the mattress, He as naked; the small metal […]
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Project X and Project F

Atlas Shrugged – Day 101… – pp. 1130-1139 Rushing to the end…. What did Dr S see???
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The “Galt-Stadler” Plan

Atlas Shrugged – Day 100 – pp. 1120-1129 “The elevator stopped on the mezzanine floor.” The group was surrounded by soldiers as they approached the door of the WF ballroom. Chick Morrison opened the door.
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The beginning of the end?

Atlas Shrugged – Day 99 – pp. 1110-1119 What does John Galt want?
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Mr. Thompson’s private lesson

Atlas Shrugged – Day 098 – pp. 1100-1109 HAPPY NEW YEAR!!! Does it always take this long to read the last 100 pages of a book? Or only when you run into the holidays? OK, I’m still waiting on some threat to the entire world by the Thompson Harmonizer / Project X thing. What a […]
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