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JIM HENSON
I think Ms. Rand and my character Oscar the Grouch would have a lot to talk about actually. I am laughing out loud at this idea.


AYN RAND
Why would I want to talk to him. What has he achieved or trying to achieve.

JIM HENSON
He has achieved what I think is the ultimate goal of your way of thinking.

JIM HENSON
Isolation. Contempt for others. A hard heart. Yet even he can muster a bit of empathy every now and then.

AYN RAND
I am not isolated. I have no contempt for others. Millions of people read my books and find my thoughts inspirational. I hardly spend my time on the sidelines in a trash can grumping.

JIM HENSON
Not yet anyway.

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Jim Henson and Ayn Rand, along with Yoko Ono and Sidney Nolan, converse on ARPANET, 1976 (via antoine-roquentin)

omg

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What has he achieved or is trying to achieve

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random-shane:

that single panel is adorable! here’s the full thing

random-shane:

that single panel is adorable! here’s the full thing

image

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aquaeverything:

baboy-19:

genkisbabe:

crewdlydrawn:

pemwin:

ladybowtheboo:

asobita-i:

Reblog for the last one

it’s a game show where everyone eats the furniture in a room and tries to see which is made of chocolate

So basically you’re telling me this is the best fucking game ever created

Forever reblog because of the door handle guy.

I love when Johnny’s go viral and the rest of the internet is just fascinated with them and I’m just like, yup those are my dorks lol

lol…

let this post hit a million please

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buttergin:

still the best reference disney ever made

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Long live the king…

Long live the king…

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darning-socks:

You’re allowed to be sad, but please don’t think that nobody loves you.

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makanidotdot:

book 4 ep 2 doodles

as much as i want heartfelt emotional stuff with toph and lin i also kinna wanna see some master shadebending