Spring Note

I haven’t posted since last month because I have been traveling, writing small projects, and finishing this year’s studies at the Objectivist Academic Center (OAC), instructed by Onkar Ghate, Ph.D., whose short commentary on Ayn Rand’s Atlas Shrugged was posted on FoxNews.com earlier this week. Studying Objectivism, including Leonard Peikoff’s insightful Understanding Objectivism course, gives me a better perspective on my knowledge of philosophy and improves my thinking. So, I’m taking time, working harder, and strengthening my skills. I am working on certain writing projects in various stages of development, and I plan to focus on those goals while catching up on my reading list about sports, horses, and war. I may also post thoughts on recent visits to Chicago, Seattle, and an old movie star ranch north of Los Angeles. Speaking of movies, incidentally, I recently learned that my 2005 interview with Batman Begins director Chris Nolan is quoted in War, Politics and Superheroes: Ethics and Propaganda in Comics and Film by Marc Dipaolo (April 2011). I’m looking forward to seeing comics-based pictures such as Thor (May 6) The Green Lantern (June 17), and Captain America (July 22), among others. Thank you for reading.

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