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April 14, 2004

Tax-Whiner-Free Zone

Filed under: pre-06-2006 — David Giacalone @ 4:59 pm

tax day . .

It’s so sad that the crushing weight of taxes has kept America an economic peon and military pygmy, with an impoverished population that will never enjoy the benefits of consumerism.

If you surfed over here, looking for tirades about our tax burden and tears over Tax Freedom Day, you can just ride the tide away from these shores, and float over here, here, or there, instead.

prof yabut small . . no yabuts on this one!

For more on Tax-Whiners see our posting Scrooge was Surely a Tax-Whiner.

Afterglow (04-16-04): For some income tax humor, check out The Best of TaxLetter, a collection of the publication’s 31 funniest stories.. Also, for a new-agey perspective, see Cosmic Income Tax at the InnerSelf website.(thanks to Nancy at Stark County Law Library Blog for the pointers).

10 Comments

  1. For an economist is an economist, and a lawyer is a lawyer, and never the twain shall meet.

    Comment by Ben — April 15, 2004 @ 12:36 pm

  2. For an economist is an economist, and a lawyer is a lawyer, and never the twain shall meet.

    Comment by Ben — April 15, 2004 @ 12:36 pm

  3. You really know how to hurt a guy!  I don’t think that any of my positions, values, perspectives, etc., have anything to do with my (unlucky) choice of professions. 
    As for viewpoints about taxation, I’d look to psychology, sociology, theology, and maybe geography to find the roots of most people’s beliefs and conclusions.
    Thanks for stopping by, Ben.  Come back anytime.

    Comment by David Giacalone — April 15, 2004 @ 1:09 pm

  4. You really know how to hurt a guy!  I don’t think that any of my positions, values, perspectives, etc., have anything to do with my (unlucky) choice of professions. 
    As for viewpoints about taxation, I’d look to psychology, sociology, theology, and maybe geography to find the roots of most people’s beliefs and conclusions.
    Thanks for stopping by, Ben.  Come back anytime.

    Comment by David Giacalone — April 15, 2004 @ 1:09 pm

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