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Atlas: refers to the objectivist opus of Ayn Rand; “Atlas Shrugged”
Renaissance: the revival of learning and culture.
The mission of the blog is to foster critical thinking of current events in the hope of a new Renaissance and an exit from the New Dark Ages of Corporate Kingdoms and Wage Serfs.
Atlas has shrugged but he is just marshaling his resources for a rebirth.
- @KatzOnEarth Reporters should start hiring fixers and bodyguards just like they do in other banana republics. 10 hours ago
- @pacelattin @McBlondeLand He's trying to throw off the @FBI with the "Vincent Gigante" strategy. Pretty convincing if you ask me. 10 hours ago
- @That_no1_biatch Buns from the oven 11 hours ago
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Nice little summary of where we are right now.
From a Gold Commercial:
“It has never been worth zero.”
Remember that England used Universal Healthcare to help lift it from the ruins of WW II so we should be able to use it for GB II.
LONDON (MarketWatch) — Food distribution giant Sysco Corp. (SYY 26.20,+0.89, +3.5%) said fiscal first-quarter to Sept. 27 net income rose 4% to $276.8 million, or 46 cents a share, with sales up 5% to $9.88 billion. The company food cost inflation of 8.3% (emphasis mine) and a higher tax rate limited profit growth. Analysts polled by FactSet expected earnings of 47 cents a share.