Ayn Rand fan literally writes on the globe to show his devotion

You know those crop circles that you hear about? One theory is that aliens are really trying to write on our landscapes in their own language.

Now why would aliens do that, when this man, Nick Newcomen, just scrawled out a message on planet Earth in a human language. You can read it in the photo.

Newcomen drove for 30 days, through 30 states, for a grand total of 12,238 miles. He had a Qstarz BT-Q1000X as the medium for his message, and it can only seen with Google Earth with the recorded GPS device data.

This is probably the biggest sign in the world. It makes the Hollywood letters look like very fine legal print. Only the Great Wall of China could underline these three words.

Just to let you know, the driver didn’t write these words in order. He had to write the word “Rand”, then went north to write “Read”, and managed to do “Ayn”. Clearly the works of Anthem, The Fountainhead, and Atlas Shrugged are worth reading with this devotion. Let’s be glad that his favorite author wasn’t Fyodor Dostoevsky or something even longer. I wonder if he had to go off-road in order to make some of these giant letters.

Seriously, are the roads in the United States shaped like letters so well? Leave a comment if you know if anyone else has done something like this.


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