John Hodgman: Ask Ayn Rand : The New Yorker

A comic, satiric, metaphor-mixing Randian “rebuke” to the altruism, intellectual de-masculinity and politically-correct soft-drinks eating at the heart of her virile, crude and violent “America”… an “ideal place” which better resembles Rand’s native Russia, but that’s another story.

What is wrong with committing suicide? What’s wrong with giving up on life? And why is the happiness of another person important and good, but not your own? And why do they make soda cans so difficult to open these days?

via John Hodgman: Ask Ayn Rand : The New Yorker.

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