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Old 01-23-2016, 11:01 AM   #41
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Originally Posted by marko View Post
Sounds like a return to the late 60's where we were all going to live off the land, make our own clothes, share everything and just groove together.

Of course, once everyone got hungry, babies started sprouting and Dad turned off the spigot, our generation turned into the biggest capitalists the world had ever seen.

But I digress.....
And then there was - off the books for cash, no checks. A wide variety of tasks. Auto repair to rock and roll bands at parties.

Two favorites - one quit 'factory work' and went back to being a pimp. The other took his savings bought a race horse and rejoined the family book making business.

heh heh heh - when I lived in the swamp - one year the IRS turds came down 'fishermens row' and took pictures of boats, house/camps, vehicles made estimates and sent out taxes due with the level of enforcement that only the IRS is capable of.

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