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Atlas Shrugged Quotes are known for their power, Objectivism and post WW2 capitalistic approach, as we are about to publish the spun version of  Atlas Shrugged - Atlas Gesture by Shirley Stubbs, we’ll like to use this opportunity to take a closer look at some of out favorite Ayn Rand, Atlas Shrugged quotes in relation to their spun version.

The Quote:

It was the joy of admiration and of one's own ability, growing together.

Ayn Rand, Atlas Shrugged -  Part 1, Ch. 3

The Spintax:

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Shirley Stubbs, Atlas Gusture -  Part 1, Ch. 3


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The Quote:

He was a man who had never accepted the creed that others had the right to stop him.

Ayn Rand, Atlas Shrugged -  Part 1, Ch. 3

The Spintax:

He was {a man|a guy|a person|men|a male} who {had|experienced|acquired|got|received} never {accepted|recognized|approved|acknowledged|recognised} the creed {that|which|in which|that will|of which} others had {the right|the best|the proper|the correct|the suitable} to {stop|cease|quit|end|halt} him.

Shirley Stubbs, Atlas Gusture -  Part 1, Ch. 3


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The Quote:

Against whom is any union organized?

Ayn Rand, Atlas Shrugged -  Part 1, Ch. 4

The Spintax:

Against {whom|who|which|to whom|with whom} is {any|any kind of|virtually any|just about any|almost any} {union|association|joining} {organized|structured|arranged|prepared|sorted}?

Shirley Stubbs, Atlas Gusture -  Part 1, Ch. 4


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The Quote:

This was reality, she thought, this sense of clear outlines, of purpose, of lightness, of hope.

Ayn Rand, Atlas Shrugged -  Part 1, Ch. 4

The Spintax:

This {was|had been|has been|ended up being|seemed to be} reality, she {thought|believed|considered|imagined|idea}, this {sense|feeling|perception|impression|good sense} of {clear|obvious|apparent|crystal clear|distinct} outlines, of {purpose|objective|goal|function|intent}, of lightness, of {hope|wish|desire|expect|trust}.

Shirley Stubbs, Atlas Gusture -  Part 1, Ch. 4


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The Quote:

If one's actions are honest, one does not need the predated confidence of others, only their rational perception.

Ayn Rand, Atlas Shrugged -  Part 1, Ch. 6

The Spintax:

If {one's|a person's|your|someone's|an individual's} actions {are|tend to be|are usually|are generally|usually are} honest, one {does not need|doesn't need|doesn't have} the predated {confidence|self-confidence|self-assurance|assurance|self confidence} of {others|other people|other folks|people|some others}, only {their|their own|their particular|his or her|the} rational {perception|belief|notion|understanding|conception}.

Shirley Stubbs, Atlas Gusture -  Part 1, Ch. 6


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The Quote:

I never believed that story. I thought by the time the sun was exhausted, men would find a substitute.

Ayn Rand, Atlas Shrugged -  Part 1, Ch. 7

The Spintax:

I {never|in no way|by no means|certainly not|never ever} believed {that|which|in which|that will|of which} story. I thought {by the|through the|from the|with the|because of the} time {the sun|the sun's rays|sunlight|sunshine|direct sunlight} was {exhausted|worn out|fatigued|tired|depleted}, men would {find a|look for a|locate a|discover a|get a} substitute.

Shirley Stubbs, Atlas Gusture -  Part 1, Ch. 7


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The Quote:

This was the great clarity of being beyond emotion, after the reward of having felt everything one could feel.

Ayn Rand, Atlas Shrugged -  Part 1, Ch. 7

The Spintax:

{This was|It was|This is|This became|I thought this was} the {great|excellent|fantastic|wonderful|good} clarity {of being|to be} beyond {emotion|feeling|feelings|sentiment|experience}, after {the|the actual|the particular|your|this} reward {of having|of getting|of experiencing|of needing|of obtaining} felt everything {one could|you could|you can|you are able to|you possibly can} feel.

Shirley Stubbs, Atlas Gusture -  Part 1, Ch. 7


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The Quote:

Now she was free for the simplest, most commonplace concerns of the moment, because nothing could be meaningless within her sight.

Ayn Rand, Atlas Shrugged -  Part 1, Ch. 7

The Spintax:

{Now|Right now|Today|Currently|At this point} she {was|had been|has been|ended up being|seemed to be} free {for the|for that|for your|to the|with the} simplest, most {commonplace|common|prevalent|popular|very common} concerns {of the|from the|with the|in the|on the} moment, because nothing {could be|might be|could possibly be|may be|may very well be} meaningless {within|inside|inside of|within just|in} her {sight|view|picture|look|perception}.

Shirley Stubbs, Atlas Gusture -  Part 1, Ch. 7


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The Quote:

It was useless to argue, she thought, and to wonder about people who would neither refute an argument nor accept it.

Ayn Rand, Atlas Shrugged -  Part 1, Ch. 7

The Spintax:

{It was|It had been|It absolutely was|It turned out|It had been} useless {to|in order to|to be able to|for you to|to help} argue, she {thought|believed|considered|imagined|idea}, and {to|in order to|to be able to|for you to|to help} wonder about {people who|individuals who|those who|folks who|people that} would {neither|nor|none|not|neither of them} refute {an argument|a disagreement|a quarrel|a spat} nor {accept|take|acknowledge|recognize|agree to} it.

Shirley Stubbs, Atlas Gusture -  Part 1, Ch. 7


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The Quote:

Mr. Ward, what is it that the foulest bastards on earth denounce us for, among other things? Oh yes, for our motto of 'Business as usual.' Well-business as usual, Mr. Ward!

Ayn Rand, Atlas Shrugged -  Part 1, Ch. 7

The Spintax:

Mr. Ward, what {is it|could it be|can it be|would it be|will it be} that {the|the actual|the particular|your|this} foulest bastards {on earth|on the planet|in the world|that is known|we know} denounce {us|all of us|us all|people|you} for, among {other things|other activities|other items|other pursuits|other considerations}? Oh {yes|indeed|sure|of course|without a doubt}, for {our|the|our own|each of our|your} motto {of|associated with|regarding|involving|connected with} 'Business {as|because|since|while|seeing that} usual. ' Well-business {as|because|since|while|seeing that} usual, Mr. Ward!

Shirley Stubbs, Atlas Gusture -  Part 1, Ch. 7


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Thought-he told himself quietly-is a weapon one uses in order to act... Thought is the tool by which one makes a choice... Thought sets one's purpose and the way to reach it.

Ayn Rand, Atlas Shrugged -  Part 1, Ch. 7

The Spintax:

Thought-he {told|informed|advised|instructed|explained to} himself quietly-is {a|the|any|a new|some sort of} weapon {one|1|a single|one particular|just one} uses {in order to|to be able to|so that you can|so as to|as a way to} act... Thought {is the|may be the|could be the|will be the|would be the} tool {by which|through which|where|in which|with which} one makes {a choice|a selection|an option|different options|a decision}... Thought {sets|models|units|pieces|packages} one's {purpose|objective|goal|function|intent} and {the way to|how you can|the best way to|the right way to|tips on how to} reach {it|this|that|the idea|the item}.

Shirley Stubbs, Atlas Gusture -  Part 1, Ch. 7


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The Quote:

It was the greatest sensation of existence: not to trust, but to know.

Ayn Rand, Atlas Shrugged -  Part 1, Ch. 8

The Spintax:

{It was|It had been|It absolutely was|It turned out|It had been} the {greatest|finest|very best|ideal|best} sensation {of|associated with|regarding|involving|connected with} existence: not {to|in order to|to be able to|for you to|to help} trust, but {to know|to understand|to learn|to find out|to recognise}.

Shirley Stubbs, Atlas Gusture -  Part 1, Ch. 8


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The Quote:

Don't ever get angry at a man for stating the truth.

Ayn Rand, Atlas Shrugged -  Part 1, Ch. 10

The Spintax:

{Don't|Do not|Will not|Never|Tend not to} {ever|ever in your life|at any time} {get|obtain|acquire|find|receive} {angry|exasperated|offended|annoyed|resentful|indignant|mad|furious|irritated|upset} {at a|in a|with a|at the|for a} man {for|with regard to|regarding|pertaining to|intended for} {stating|indicating|telling|showing|expressing|documenting|revealing|declaring|proclaiming|saying} {the truth|the facts|the reality|reality|comprehend}.

Shirley Stubbs, Atlas Gusture -  Part 1, Ch. 10


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He knew no weapons but to pay for what he wanted, to give value, to ask nothing of nature without trading his effort in return, to ask nothing of men without trading the product of his effort.

Ayn Rand, Atlas Shrugged -  Part 1, Ch. 10

The Spintax:

He {knew|understood|realized|recognized|believed} no {weapons|weaponry|guns|tools|items} but {to pay for|to cover|to fund|to purchase|to afford} what he {wanted|desired|needed|wished|required}, to {give|provide|offer|supply|allow} value, to {ask|request|question|inquire|consult} nothing {of|associated with|regarding|involving|connected with} nature {without|without having|with out|with no|devoid of} trading his effort {in return|in exchange|inturn|frequently|in return for}, to {ask|request|question|inquire|consult} nothing {of|associated with|regarding|involving|connected with} men {without|without having|with out|with no|devoid of} trading {the product|the merchandise|the item|the product or service|the goods} of his {effort|work|energy|hard work|attempt}.

Shirley Stubbs, Atlas Gusture -  Part 1, Ch. 10


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The Quote:

By the essence and nature of existence, contradictions cannot exist.

Ayn Rand, Atlas Shrugged -  Part 1, Ch. 10

The Spintax:

{By the|Through the|From the|With the|Because of the} essence {and|as well as|and also|along with|in addition to} nature {of|associated with|regarding|involving|connected with} existence, contradictions {cannot|can't|can not|are not able to|are unable to} exist.

Shirley Stubbs, Atlas Gusture -  Part 1, Ch. 10


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There might be some sort of justification for the savage societies in which a man had to expect that enemies could murder him at any moment and had to defend himself as best he could. But there can be no justification for a society in which a man is expected to manufacture the weapons for his own murderers

Ayn Rand, Atlas Shrugged -  Part 2, Ch. 1

The Spintax:

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Shirley Stubbs, Atlas Gusture -  Part 2, Ch. 1


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Money is a tool of exchange, which can't exist unless there are goods produced and men able to produce them. Money is the material shape of the principle that men who wish to deal with one another must deal by trade and give value for value.

Ayn Rand, Atlas Shrugged -  Part 2, Ch. 2

The Spintax:

Money {is a|is really a|can be a|is often a|is usually a} tool {of|associated with|regarding|involving|connected with} exchange, which {can't|cannot|can not|are unable to|are not able to} exist unless {there are|you will find|you can find|you'll find|you will discover} goods {produced|created|made|developed|generated} and men {able to|in a position to|capable of|capable to|competent to} produce {them|all of them|these|these people|these individuals}. Money {is the|may be the|could be the|will be the|would be the} material {shape of|form of|model of} the {principle|theory|basic principle|rule|process} that men {who wish to|who would like to|who want to} deal {with one another|together|collectively|against each other|with each other} must {deal|offer|package|cope|work} by trade {and give|and provide|and present|and provides|and allow} value {for|with regard to|regarding|pertaining to|intended for} value.

Shirley Stubbs, Atlas Gusture -  Part 2, Ch. 2


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Wealth is the product of man's capacity to think.

Ayn Rand, Atlas Shrugged -  Part 2, Ch. 2

The Spintax:

Wealth {is the|may be the|could be the|will be the|would be the} product {of|associated with|regarding|involving|connected with} man's capacity {to think|to consider|to believe|to consentrate|when you consider}.

Shirley Stubbs, Atlas Gusture -  Part 2, Ch. 2


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There are no evil thoughts except one: the refusal to think.

Ayn Rand, Atlas Shrugged -  Part 2, Ch. 2

The Spintax:

{There are|You will find|You can find|You'll find|You will discover} no {evil|bad|wicked|nasty|unpleasant} thoughts {except|other than|with the exception of|apart from|besides} one: the refusal {to think|to consider|to believe|to consentrate|when you consider}.

Shirley Stubbs, Atlas Gusture -  Part 2, Ch. 2


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Love is our response to our highest values - and can be nothing else.

Ayn Rand, Atlas Shrugged -  Part 2, Ch. 4

The Spintax:

{Love|Adore|Really like|Enjoy|Appreciate} is our {response to|reaction to|a reaction to|reply to|respond to} our {highest|greatest|maximum|top|best} values - {and can|and may|and will|which enable it to|which enables it to} be {nothing|absolutely nothing|practically nothing|nothing at all|almost nothing} else.

Shirley Stubbs, Atlas Gusture -  Part 2, Ch. 4


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Only the man who extols the purity of a love devoid of desire, is capable of the depravity of a desire devoid of love.

Ayn Rand, Atlas Shrugged -  Part 2, Ch. 4

The Spintax:

Only {the man|the person} who extols {the|the actual|the particular|your|this} purity {of a|of the|of your|of an|of any} love {devoid of|without|lacking|without requiring|without the need for} desire, is {capable of|effective at|able to|competent at|efficient at} the depravity {of a|of the|of your|of an|of any} desire {devoid of|without|lacking|without requiring|without the need for} love.

Shirley Stubbs, Atlas Gusture -  Part 2, Ch. 4


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When one acts on pity against justice, it is the good whom one punishes for the sake of the evil; when one saves the guilty from suffering, it is the innocent whom one forces to suffer.

Ayn Rand, Atlas Shrugged -  Part 2, Ch. 6

The Spintax:

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Shirley Stubbs, Atlas Gusture -  Part 2, Ch. 6


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You do not have to depend on any material possessions, they depend on you, you create them, you own the one and only tool of production.

Ayn Rand, Atlas Shrugged -  Part 2, Ch. 8

The Spintax:

{You do not have|You don't have|There is no need|You don't need to|A sensational scene} to {depend on|rely on|be determined by|count on|be based upon} any {material|materials|substance|product|stuff} possessions, they {depend on|rely on|be determined by|count on|be based upon} you, you {create|produce|generate|develop|build} them, you own {the one and only|the best} tool {of|associated with|regarding|involving|connected with} production.

Shirley Stubbs, Atlas Gusture -  Part 2, Ch. 8


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They told us that this plan would achieve a noble ideal. Well, how were we to know otherwise? Hadn't we heard it all our lives-from our parents and our schoolteachers and our ministers, and in every newspaper we ever read and every movie and every public speech?

Ayn Rand, Atlas Shrugged -  Part 2, Ch. 10

The Spintax:

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Shirley Stubbs, Atlas Gusture -  Part 2, Ch. 10


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She felt suddenly as if nothing existed beyond that circle, and she wondered at the joyous, proud comfort to be found in a sense of the finite, in the knowledge that the field of one's concern lay within the realm of one's sight.

Ayn Rand, Atlas Shrugged -  Part 3, Ch. 1

The Spintax:

She {felt|experienced|sensed|thought|believed} suddenly {as if|as though|like|just as if|almost like} nothing {existed|been around|been with us|was around|persisted} beyond {that|which|in which|that will|of which} circle, and {she|your woman|the lady|the girl|your lover} wondered {at the|in the|on the|with the|for the} joyous, proud comfort {to be found|found|can be found|available} in {a sense|a feeling|an expression|an awareness|an awareness of} of {the|the actual|the particular|your|this} finite, in {the knowledge|the data|the information|the ability} that {the|the actual|the particular|your|this} field {of one's|of the|of your respective|within your|of your} concern lay {within the|inside the|inside|from the|in the} realm {of one's|of the|of your respective|within your|of your} sight.

Shirley Stubbs, Atlas Gusture -  Part 3, Ch. 1


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What's wealth but the means of expanding one's life? There's two ways one can do it: either by producing more or by producing it faster.

Ayn Rand, Atlas Shrugged -  Part 3, Ch. 1

The Spintax:

{What's|What is|What exactly is|What is actually|What is considered} wealth {but the|however the|nevertheless the|though the|even so the} means {of|associated with|regarding|involving|connected with} expanding {one's|a person's|your|someone's|an individual's} life? There's {two|2|a couple of|a pair of|a couple} ways {one can|it's possible to|you can|one can possibly|anybody can} do {it|this|that|the idea|the item}: either {by|through|simply by|by simply|by means of} producing {more|much more|a lot more|additional|far more} or {by|through|simply by|by simply|by means of} producing {it|this|that|the idea|the item} faster.

Shirley Stubbs, Atlas Gusture -  Part 3, Ch. 1


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What greater wealth is there than to own your life and to spend it on growing? Every living thing must grow. It can't stand still. It must grow or perish.

Ayn Rand, Atlas Shrugged -  Part 3, Ch. 1

The Spintax:

{What|Exactly what|Just what|Precisely what|What exactly} greater wealth {is there|can there be|will there be|perhaps there is|possibly there is} than {to own|to possess|your can purchase|owning|to obtain} your life {and to|and also to|also to|and|in order to} spend {it|this|that|the idea|the item} on {growing|developing|increasing|expanding|rising}? Every {living|residing|dwelling|existing|located} thing {must|should|need to|ought to|have to} grow. It {can't stand|dislike} still. It {must|should|need to|ought to|have to} grow {or|or even|or perhaps|as well as|or maybe} perish.

Shirley Stubbs, Atlas Gusture -  Part 3, Ch. 1


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Any man who's afraid of hiring the best ability he can find, is a cheat who's in a business where he doesn't belong.

Ayn Rand, Atlas Shrugged -  Part 3, Ch. 1

The Spintax:

{Any|Any kind of|Virtually any|Just about any|Almost any} man {who's|who is|that is|who has|that's} afraid {of|associated with|regarding|involving|connected with} hiring {the best|the very best|the most effective|the top|the most beneficial} ability he {can find|will find|will get|can discover|can buy}, is {a|the|any|a new|some sort of} cheat who's {in a|inside a|in the|in a very|within a} business {where|exactly where|in which|wherever|where by} he {doesn't|does not|won't|will not|isn't going to} belong.

Shirley Stubbs, Atlas Gusture -  Part 3, Ch. 1


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I swear by my life and my love of it that I will never live for the sake of another man, nor ask another man to live for mine.

Ayn Rand, Atlas Shrugged -  Part 3, Ch. 1

The Spintax:

I {swear|vow|declare|claim|maintain} by {my life|my entire life|playing|my well being|gaming} and {my|my personal|my own|our|the} love {of it|from it|than it|of computer|of the usb ports} that I {will never|won't ever|won't|will not|can never} live {for the sake of|with regard to|in the interests of|in the interest of|for the health of} another {man|guy|person|gentleman|male}, nor {ask|request|question|inquire|consult} another man {to live|to reside|to call home|to reside in|to live on} for {mine|my own|my very own|acquire|quarry}.

Shirley Stubbs, Atlas Gusture -  Part 3, Ch. 1


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Through all the centuries of the worship of the mindless, whatever stagnation humanity chose to endure, whatever brutality to practice-it was only by the grace of the men who perceived that wheat must have water in order to grow, that stones laid in a curve will form an arch, that two and two make four, that love is not served by torture and life is not fed by destruction-only by the grace of those men did the rest of them learn to experience moments when they caught the spark of being human.

Ayn Rand, Atlas Shrugged -  Part 3, Ch. 1

The Spintax:

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Shirley Stubbs, Atlas Gusture -  Part 3, Ch. 1


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Not in the mood for spinning, check out the original text of "Atlas Shrugged" by Ayn Rand, if its good enough to be spun, you might find it interesting, we are sure you'll be back for the full spun version experience.

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