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Permalink 02/21/08 at 02:58:21 pm, by Ed, 148 words   English (US)
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I filed my taxes electronically today. Finally, my first year of complete and total absolve...ment from paper forms and envelopes with quaint little stickers in the corner.

Of course, I still got my W2s in the mail just fine, and those companies certainly weren't worried about the forest. Or the... people who stand outside quaint little sticker factories protesting the wage drop. Or something.

But then, on the other hand, postal workers will soon go on strike if we keep this up enough, and if there's no more mail, then there's really no more need for stamps, and all those union workers outside the factory will be fired anyway, because they no longer need the work force.

I never felt so guilty for filing online. If my return were more than a measly $700, I might have helped out the needy. But it's not, and I won't.

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