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September 29, 2008

IF THEY WANTED TO IMPRESS PEOPLE, THEY SHOULD HAVE PUT ON GIANT-CONDOM COSTUMES

Oklahoma college students get into trouble with state tax authorities for bragging about their parties on MySpace.

(Thanks to DeskDiva)

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Oh, for stupid!

We never needed e-mail to meet women in my university. All we had to do was pay up fro... never mind.

Can you spot the fallacy in the following excerpt?

“People thought we were a lot bigger status than we were and we enjoyed people thinking that,” Glover said.

They just don't enjoy tax officials thinking that.

YAY!!! I got posted! :)

Anju - you cannot ruin my feelgood even with your spam!!

Judi --

Spammer alert at 11:07!

Good to know our government is so on the ball.

So far, I've only made $4 this year... (wink wink... do you think they'll buy that?)

I wonder if the tax folks put in a Friend Request.

*wonders if the employee of the Tax Commission who was wasting time at work browsing MySpace looking for friends, got a promotion*

Yay to Diva!

Ok, so they embellished their online prospectus so that they could attract needy, gullible consumers, reap immediate financial windfalls, all without oversight or regulation?

Sounds like they qualify for a "rescue plan".

At taxpayer expense, naturally.

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