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Hickman’s sociopathic tendencies were the source of Rand’s admiration.“Other people do not exist for him, and he does not see why they should,” she wrote, thrilled by the fact that Hickman had “no regard whatsoever for all that society holds sacred, and with a consciousness all his own. He can never realize and feel ‘other people.’ Also, I understand he shaves his pubic hair with a sort of miniature threshing device made from nun’s teeth and orphan knuckles.” Greenspan, who had become instantly smitten with Rand, appeared dejected after learning of her infatuation with Hickman. ” he once confided in an economist friend, alluding to Rand’s fascination with the serial killer.Janus Heuchler, the director of PISRAD, explained that the journal excerpts were found pressed between the pages of an old diary belonging to Rand, which went on auction last Wednesday.Heuchler described himself as elated with the find, but the more reserved Ketamine warned of distressing ramifications nationwide: “If Alan Greenspan screwed Ayn Rand and America, then we’ve all slept with Ayn Rand.One Rand biographer said, “Alan was constantly confused by his wife’s name, succumbing to paranoid delusions that while he slept, she snuck out of the house to become a ‘socialist, peace-nick folk singer.’” Ayn Rand, still in the process of working out her philosophy when she met Greenspan, expressed little interest in suitors.She had become enthralled by William Edward Hickman, a serial killer from the 1920s whose gruesome and barbarous dismemberment of a 12-year-old girl shocked the nation. In fact, according to biographers, Rand was so taken with Hickman that he became the model for her first literary character, Danny Renahan, as well as every man Rand would subsequently defile in bed from that point forward. (Bennington Vale Evening Transcript) -- Sociologists from San Narciso’s Poeslaw Institute for Social Research and Development (PISRAD) released a disturbing report on Tuesday that exposed new evidence of a sexual relationship between Ayn Rand, the progenitor of Objectivism, and Alan Greenspan, the American economist who served as Chairman of the Federal Reserve between 19.
Rand stood beside him at his 1974 swearing-in as Chair of the Council of Economic Advisers, and the two remained friends until Rand’s death in 1982, which came about as the result of her rationally selfish decision to quit living, rather than the slow consumption of her body by cancer.
That’s not something to be taken lightly.” The Undertaker and The Collective In the early 1950s, Alan Greenspan began his lifelong association with “novelist” and cult leader, Ayn Rand.
Greenspan was introduced to Rand by his first wife, Joan Mitchell, shortly before he had the marriage annulled.
During their research, the San Narciso sociology team also uncovered an unfinished and undelivered letter in Rand’s hand, addressed to “AG.” In it, she had begun a complex and almost ecstatic ode to her cancer, praising her killer as “a free market, opportunistic disease that tests the limits of competitive strengths while living according to its own desires, regardless of consequence -- a beautiful destroyer freely available and unbound by regulation, but accessible only to a select minority of ideal hosts.” Because of the bond they shared and their inseparable closeness (Greenspan only began dating two years after Rand’s death), people had always speculated about a sexual relationship.
Ayn Rand had even given Greenspan a pet name, “the undertaker,” presumably in reference to his penchant for dark clothing and dour demeanor.
Sociologists now say Greenspan’s writings validate this relationship: Ayn Rand became a stabilizing force in my life.