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'''Objectivism''' was [[Ayn Rand]]'s attempt at introducing religious elements previously missing from [[atheism]] (namely, an inability to define any non-self-serving [[epistemology]] and a violent idiocy on the part of believers).
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'''Objectivism''' was [[Ayn Rand]]'s attempt at introducing religious elements previously missing from [[atheism]] (namely, an inability to define any non-self-serving [[epistemology]] and a violent idiocy on the part of believers). It was called Objectivism because, as Rand was the single smartest person in the history of the world, anything she said had to be objective. Like how all the best railroad titans were hot chicks who were really just looking for a good lay from a lonely crackpot inventor, or how the world will completely fall apart when all the rich people leave because there are no [[dog whistle politics|community organizers]] who are capable of organizing poor smart people to rebuild.
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Revision as of 19:43, 14 September 2008

Objectivism was Ayn Rand's attempt at introducing religious elements previously missing from atheism (namely, an inability to define any non-self-serving epistemology and a violent idiocy on the part of believers). It was called Objectivism because, as Rand was the single smartest person in the history of the world, anything she said had to be objective. Like how all the best railroad titans were hot chicks who were really just looking for a good lay from a lonely crackpot inventor, or how the world will completely fall apart when all the rich people leave because there are no community organizers who are capable of organizing poor smart people to rebuild.