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Al seems a bit frozen in.  
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As frigid as Tipper
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As frigid as Tipper

You think Tipper ever sat back, hit a doob, drank a bit too much, and listened to Led Zepplin?

Remember how crazed Tipper was about Ozzy and the Suicide Solution song?  I still remember it.  Watching Ozzy and Jack's World Detour it cracks me up.  Thinking back, his descriptions now of how he was back then.  How out of his mind he was.  Just non-stop drugs and women.  He regularly says stuff like "I was into that stuff then as I thought might get me more women".  

He is constantly surprised on the show.  just tickled beyond belief. 

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Reminds me of oowwaa.
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Before you know it. Earth will freeze solid.
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And government engineered zombie AI polar bears will be hunting us down on the frozen tundra. Fresh, send some Trump tax cut money to Al Gore for the sake of the environment and the Polar bear cubs I will be hunting with a crew served machine gun in Alaska.
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Nice soft baby polar bear pelt sewn into the lining of my baby seal duster.
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I already intend to donate my refund to an indian tribe near Miami. Wife is part Chickasaw. 
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Hey, I'm a half breed Comanche, share the wealth you evil white racist.
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I already intend to donate my refund to an indian tribe near Miami. Wife is part Chickasaw. 

Like this one? They take “donations”
http://www.miccosukee.com/resort/

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Like this one? They take “donations” http://www.miccosukee.com/resort/
I 'donated' a bunch of money to these Seminoles. 

https://www.seminoleimmokaleecasino.com/
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Dead money.
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Dead money.

Tax right off.  Luckily Trump has fully gutted the IRS, 40% budget cut.  So everything goes.

Those HSA accounts, super f'n sweet.  You can run up to like 45k through them tax free.   Run it out the other side.  Of course you are supposed to only use it on medical expenses.  But they have no reporting mechanism.  There is no form blah blah to fill out. 

So you run the money through your HSA, then go invest it.  Sit on that sh1t like 7 years.  You don't hear from the IRS, it's yours.   

They actually get off their arse and point out your 'mistake' to you, they will only charge like 2.5% interest.   During that same time, just in an indexed fund should get an extra 17% or so, just apologize and pay them, keeping the profit.

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IRS budget proposal is 11.2 billion, down 500 million.

https://www.cbpp.org/research/federal-budget/trump-budget-continues-multi-year-assault-on-irs-funding-despite-mnuchins

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Tax right off.  Luckily Trump has fully gutted the IRS, 40% budget cut.  So everything goes.

Those HSA accounts, super f'n sweet.  You can run up to like 45k through them tax free.   Run it out the other side.  Of course you are supposed to only use it on medical expenses.  But they have no reporting mechanism.  There is no form blah blah to fill out. 

So you run the money through your HSA, then go invest it.  Sit on that sh1t like 7 years.  You don't hear from the IRS, it's yours.   

They actually get off their arse and point out your 'mistake' to you, they will only charge like 2.5% interest.   During that same time, just in an indexed fund should get an extra 17% or so, just apologize and pay them, keeping the profit.


The HSA is a cool little retirement investment tool. Used to be corporations could write off more executive perks, but a lot of the whole life annuity things got taken away.

Another neat little perk for highly compensated executives I was told of is long term HC insurance. Assisted living, or in home HC. As I have been instructed, it isn't considered compensation to the executive, and it can be purchased by the corporation and written off. It can be purchased to cover not only the executive, but his immediate family, including the executives mother and father. Sounds pricey, but a good perk.

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I won't need home assisted health care. I have a doctor on retainer that will end it for me at the appropriate time. No suffering for me.
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IRS budget proposal is 11.2 billion, down 500 million.

https://www.cbpp.org/research/federal-budget/trump-budget-continues-multi-year-assault-on-irs-funding-despite-mnuchins
And this is a bad thing? Only in the world of a big government liberal
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The HSA is a cool little retirement investment tool. Used to be corporations could write off more executive perks, but a lot of the whole life annuity things got taken away.

Another neat little perk for highly compensated executives I was told of is long term HC insurance. Assisted living, or in home HC. As I have been instructed, it isn't considered compensation to the executive, and it can be purchased by the corporation and written off. It can be purchased to cover not only the executive, but his immediate family, including the executives mother and father. Sounds pricey, but a good perk.

Odummer left a note on Trumps desk for him. 
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BTW: The new HSA is half implemented, we did the part that allowed to setup the accounts, we still need to do the IRS part, the forms on spending and audit mechanism.  Donny, take care of that for me.

always besties
odummer.

Trump chuckled tossed the note and cut IRS bloated budget. 

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