A Valentine’s Day gift for the Ayn Rand doofus in your life

Despite a rave in the Georgia Straight, the recent film version of Atlas Shrugged failed to set the box office alight, and its sequel—Atlas Shrugged II: The Strike—did even worse (and never opened here).

If you can spare a little heart and maybe $489.95, then the poor out-of-pocket Objectivists who mounted this doomed cinematic enterprise would probably appreciate it if you’d purchase some of their tacky merchandise—like the lovely 14kt gold Atlas pendant and necklace pictured above

Imagine seeing that little baby resting on the milky bosom of the granite-willed psychopath in your life. And there’s a lot more where that came from.  No, really, they’re sitting on a fucking warehouse of this shit.

(With thanks to Dangerous Minds).

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Javier
Thank you. My wife already got me a present, however I think I will buy one of these as a gift to myself. Thanks for pointing it out!
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Jamal
Wow if I had only known about these a few days ago - My wife and I could have had his and hers medallions! And now there is no real gifting holiday until December! Maybe for Easter.
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Martin Dunphy
Why wait for Christmas or Easter? Take a sociopath to lunch on March 6 (Rand's deathday) and surprise him/her with this bauble.
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Bob Robertson
I don't see why a sociopath would want it. Sociopaths really go for Nobel Peace Prizes.
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Mark
Granite-willed psychopath? A bit harsh.
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Martin Dunphy
More like a harsh bit.
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Bill West
RULE 5: “Ridicule is man’s most potent weapon.” There is no defense. It’s irrational. It’s infuriating.
- Saul Alinsky

It's also easier than familiarizing yourself with your enemy's material.
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Jeff Olstad
It doesn't matter if it makes a penny. What matters is that it was made. It will live forever. The movie industry is it's own worst enemy. It's run by people with no feet because they are constantly shooting themselves in the foot.
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