Thursday, August 03, 2006

Global warming.

Global warming is making my, and many others, life miserable. People need to stop buying Hummers and Escalades and get on board with the hybrids, let's go people, it'll help bring the temprature down so my kids (when I have them) won't have to stay in doors all day. The first few shows of the tour have been great, and the turn outs have been suprisingly well, so I want to take the time to thank those of you who came. Since I've been gone, I have started to try and read Atlas Shrugged, I'm a huge Ayn Rand fan, and I started reading Atlas Shrugged when I was in College or something, but I stopped and never finished it, so, I'm gonna try again. She has a wonderfully descriptive way of writing, and although I think her idea of individualism and humanism is a tad skewed, I think she points out many truths concerning human nature. It's a hard read, wish me luck.


Anonymous taryn said...

don't even TALK to me about the heat, z, who rides around in an air conditioned bus.

hope you're sleeping soundly at this hour. talk to you tomorrow!

11:02 PM

Blogger Monique said...

Atlas Shrugged sounds like an interesting book, but I've never gotten around to reading it. I did read Anthem in high school though and it sparked my interest in Ayn Rand - it's a great book. Have you read it?

11:07 PM

Blogger Cathy! said...

Zach! I am totally in the middle of reading this book right now too. I am just about half way through, but so far its amazing!

And so far, much better than The Fountainhead and Anthem, and thats saying a lot because those were great books.

I agree with you, Ayn Rand's writing is excellent, but I do disagree with her on some points, I think maybe she takes it a little bit to the extreme. But nonetheless I love all her books.

And once you get into Atlas Shrugged, its really not so difficult.

As for global warming, I am feeling it with the 90 degree temperatures daily. Hummers are obnoxious and hopefully soon the trend will end.

11:07 PM

Anonymous ale said...

i wish you many muchos luck. i tried reading that book for a scholarship, but failed misserably at it.

3:16 AM

Blogger spydrwebb said...

global warming is definitely becoming a more serious issue each year, let alone day. hopefully our political leaders will be doing something in the very near future to institute better forms of preservation.

10:33 AM

Blogger disneydin said...

global warming is not fun at all. i feel bad for the people who don't have air conditioning. a fan can only do so much :-/

6:13 PM

Anonymous carol said...

hello zach... my college buddies and i went to see you all play at tremont in charlotte last week. it was awesome!

i recommend this book: In the Hands of the Redeemer, People in Need of Change helping People in Need of Change

ive never read ayn rand, but my friends have and they say only good things. take care!

8:10 PM

Blogger Kristen said...

I read atlas shrugged last year, very good book! yea, this heat is killing me, it's terrible not having air conditioning.

8:18 PM

Blogger Deadpool said...

has anyone here even researched global warming or are you just accepting what left wing politicians are saying about it?
it's a hoax.
check it out at

and if you really want I can dig up a ton of numbers showing how anything that humans could possibly do to reduce greenhouse gas emissions would be fruitless and cause less than half a degree of difference. but at the moment I don't have those on hand... if you want I can dig them up again though.

2:03 AM

Blogger Ethan said...

Yeah, Ayn Rand is a wierdo, if not a brilliant one.

1:20 PM

Blogger Ethan said...

Global warming would be a big problem. Now if it could just be real...

1:20 PM


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