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Regulatory language

Here's a pretty old post from the blog archives of Geekery Today; it was written about 17 years ago, in 2007, on the World Wide Web.

Here’s a little something that I noticed the other day while preparing the annual paperwork for the tribute that the State exacts from me. Check out the cover of this year’s Michigan state income tax booklet. I’ve highlighted the portion that caught my eye.

Here's the 2006 Michigan 1040 booklet, reading: Individual Income Tax Forms and Instructions. Make it easy on yourself ...

Now besides tax-collecting, what other line of work would you associate with that particular phrase?

Here are three mobsters standing together, in a scene from the Sopranos.

I’m just sayin’.

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  1. heather reddy

    really good t.v. does make life easier. i know you hate the sopranos, but i couldn’t resist.

  2. Rad Geek

    Hm? I don’t hate The Sopranos. I don’t think I’ve ever seen an entire episode from beginning to end. That has more to do with not having cable than it does with having anything in particular against the show.

  3. Sergio Méndez

    That´s funny Charles..it reminds me when our glorious right wing nut-president said that there is no mafia above the state….

· April 2007 ·

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