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Best chapter in the book – pt. 2

Atlas Shrugged – Day 091 – pp. 972-981 “You can accept our repentance,” said Lillian in a voice glassy with caution. “I only want you to know that whatever I’ve done, I’ve done it because I loved you.” Hank ain’t listening to that. Mother Rearden is approaching panic mode. “What’s happened to you? What’s changed […]
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Best chapter in the book – pt. 1

Atlas Shrugged – Day 090 – pp. 962-971 D’ja ever read something so good that you couldn’t stop? That’d be Chapter VI – The Concerto of Deliverance. Rand’s finally got it going. Far as I’m concerned, this has been the best chapter in the book so far. Made the 962 pages leading up to it […]
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Settin’ things aright. . .

Atlas Shrugged – Day 047 – pp. 459-468 Hank and Francisco finish sealing the breach in the furnace. They said nothing to each other when they walked together through the darkness, on their way back to the office. Kind of like that awkward silence after . . .never mind. . .
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Needing to feel wanted

Atlas Shrugged – Day 021 – pp. 204-213 Things turnin’ a little sexy. While Dagny’s talking about Rearden Metal and bridges and union labor Hank’s having about two pages of fantasy lust in his mind . . .
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