When I saw Mark’s post about Ayn Rand, I commented that it was “priceless”, in the sense that as a story about hypocrisy it had inestimable humour value.
I learn from the comments that Ayn Rand felt it was okay to take Medicare and Social Security because she was mandated to participate in the program.
And again, the world is “priceless”, in the sense of having no cost. Being a Randian is so easy: I can high-mindedly object to all the services that are provided to me but use them just the same, because I am “forced to”. Is there any other philosophical perspective that demands less of those who expound it?