I received Bob Rankin’s Newsletter today. It concerned Taxes.
He was writing about free computer programs that get you an eFile and how easy some of the programs are to confuse with each other. The hook, of course, is they are FREE programs with restrictions.
There’s little point, to me, in the programs, other than mild interest in the progression of the computer into our lives and how the government accepts these inovations.
Thinking of taxes reminded me I need to get on with mine. That means I need to hook up the printer. It hasn’t been used for a couple of years, now, and I’m certain to almost sure the ink has dried out and the whole system probably needs to be replaced.
Which is not a good thing. Almost as bad as this:
– 8 minutes ago
A Wichita brokerage firm is working to recover nearly $100,000. Wichita Police say they fell victim to a scam. The firm was contacted by email by someone they believed was a client requesting money transfers.
How’d I manage to tie computers, taxes and fishing together? Easy.
I was watching FNC when they started covering the Democratic candidate caucus in Las Vegas. Five minutes before the doors opened they had a computer malfunction.
Now that Parr ells is, of course, the Ohio computer malfunction during the elections back a few years, the mistake printing of ballots in a presidential election in the nineties and etc., as the Democrats are so clever with finding boxes of ballots in car trunks during close elections.
Which I think, means that Cruz is, at heart, a Democrat. Studied, perhaps, at the feet of Pelosi and Reed. Just win, Baby. Never mind the rest of it, they’ll forget soon enough.
It’s cloudy, cool, and it is probably affecting my mental machinery. I mean, I’m usually cheerfully pessimistic. Probably because I need to go shopping and that means spending moey, which makes me doubly sad.
I hate to spend money. And I hate to shop. Sigh.
From the reaches,