When I was 15 years-old and making WW2 model airplanes in my parents' basement, I first heard the word "anarchy" from punk group "Pennywise." It was my first break from the white-washed history I had been taught. My curiosity peaked and I never turned back. On recommendation from a distant relative, I devoured the works of Ayn Rand. From Objectivism, I quickly found individualist anarchism. Years later in college, I discovered agorism and left libertarianism, which is how I describe myself to this day.
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