From the NY Post's always-inneresin' "In My Library" feature, here's Teller of the great Penn & Teller. Snippets:
"I stopped speaking on stage because I was intrigued about the idea of lying without speaking," says the silent partner of Penn & Teller, who sent away for a magic set advertised on TV's "Howdy Doody" more than 55 years ago, when he was 5.
Among the books in his arm's reach:
by Ayn Rand
The fable that clarifies everything about the importance of the individual, and how a smart person can do tremendous good in the world. One of the terrible things I've seen happen is that we're adopting what Australians call "the tall poppy syndrome": If you stick out, your head's lopped off. We deride Bill Gates and Steve Jobs, when the benefits they've provided us are so vast.
Speaking of Atlas Shrugged, when the porn version—Atlas Fugged—gonna be made?
Reason.tv went on set at the recently filmed movie version of AS: