And Now For Somethign Different

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And Now For Somethign Different

Post by notorial dissent » Mon Jan 26, 2015 7:21 am

According to Fox News, a 94 year old from Ohio is having a problem with the IRS, amazing I know, he wants to pay his taxes, and they won't let him. Seems that according to their records, he is dead. Now curiously enough, the SSA from which the IRS information is supposed to come from not only disagrees, but has given him an official letter stating that he is very much alive, which the IRS has also refused to accept.
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Re: And Now For Somethign Different

Post by davids » Mon Jan 26, 2015 8:19 am

He needs to march into court and declare "I am the living breathing man, not a fiction!"

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Re: And Now For Somethign Different

Post by The Observer » Mon Jan 26, 2015 5:35 pm

Yes, ironically this is only time that argument should work.
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