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July 12, 2013, 04:33:46 PM
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The industrial motor setting was most relevant to Ayn Rand's time and fit the book well. I could see the same meeting of the Federal Reserve where a young financer by the name of Satoshi stands up and walks out to stop the modern day motor of the US, the financial sector.

Except that the financial sector isn't the motor of the economy, but is rather a bloated parasite sucking the life from it.
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July 12, 2013, 05:13:12 PM
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The industrial motor setting was most relevant to Ayn Rand's time and fit the book well. I could see the same meeting of the Federal Reserve where a young financer by the name of Satoshi stands up and walks out to stop the modern day motor of the US, the financial sector.

Except that the financial sector isn't the motor of the economy, but is rather a bloated parasite sucking the life from it.

True...but that's all the US economy is good for now. We don't manufacture stuff, we move numbers.

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July 13, 2013, 07:30:18 AM
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The industrial motor setting was most relevant to Ayn Rand's time and fit the book well. I could see the same meeting of the Federal Reserve where a young financer by the name of Satoshi stands up and walks out to stop the modern day motor of the US, the financial sector.

Except that the financial sector isn't the motor of the economy, but is rather a bloated parasite sucking the life from it.

+1 to Bonam

But your referral to "the financial sector" (hey that's us) is not exactly what you meant to say. 

No Atlas, credit creation fraud and counterfeiting are not motors of industrialization. 

"Hey the gas tank has been leaking a gallon a day for years and the car runs great.  If you plug that up you could really fuck up the engine".

     

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July 14, 2013, 09:30:10 AM
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Perhaps you can work with the original author, Ayn Rand.

Not shure if she will be willing to help. Anyway here's her current address
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