This one and only tax when collected, would be split in proportions yet to be decided, between the federal, state and local governments. No income tax, no property tax, no corporate tax, no inheritance tax, no tourist tax, in fact, absolutely no other tax. You buy something, you pay taxes, you don’t, you won’t.
We’ll no longer have to worry about offshore accounts, or how much money a corporation is squirreling away without paying any taxes on it, or where the cartels and churches are hiding their cash. Hey, now they can hide it in their local banks where it can go to work at home in America.
If the government needs more money, all they have to do is encourage us to buy a lot more. Now, with no reason to cheat on your taxes or hide money, not only do I see fewer government agencies and less law enforcement people, but I also see crime going down. Now tell me this Mr. Financial guy, how do you think that will affect the economy?
“Geo’s Giant Sales Tax” I like how it looks and I like how it sounds.
Spending your life making mistakes, is still better than sitting around doing nothing.
I think that like the Ed Sullivan Show killed circuses, HBO and Netflix are killing stand up comedy.
How come if you even hint to your mortgage company that you may be interested in refinancing, they pester you night and day with phone calls, texts, and emails, but a simple question about making a change in something, gets no response?
I just realized that the first three letters of consolidation spell Con!
A man is nothing more than the sum of his memories.
How come it’s good to say that you’re for women, gays, and all the minorities, but saying you’re for men, is politically incorrect?
The moment you stop trying to be a better person is the moment when you stop being a good person.
Speaking of good, are the people who decide what the greater good is, good people?
You never know when you’re going to draw your last breath so make all your breaths last.
Dave Charles: I first met Daryl B at CFOX in Vancouver through Roy Hennessy in the late ’60s. Soon as we met, we got into a vicious game of Ping Pong, and he kicked my ass. One of the best talents of the Drake radio era ever! ‘B’ had a presence on air that was magnetic. (Remembering Daryl ‘B’)
Terry Kenny. (The Jury)
Bruce Walker. (The Jury)
Geo: Thanks, guys! (Camera Anne Johns Summerfield Graduates Today)
Norm Wilkens: George: Your article on Herb Alpert brought to mind a story in my past. A good long time ago, I was working at an Agency called Handley and Miller. Former Indiana Governor Harold Handley was in charge of lining up music for the 500 Ball, and he wanted Pete Fountain from New Orleans, but Pete wasn’t available. Someone suggested Herb Alpert and the Tijuana Brass, and he wanted to know if any of us young guys had ever heard of that Mexican group. We couldn’t contain the laughter. The Brass played for the event. Norm Wilkens (A Taste Of Honey)
Randy Michaels: Damn! I’ll hire her into sales, although the tat is still a stupid idea. As Paul Harvey said, tattoos are the permanent expression of a temporary emotion. She makes a good case, though. It will be interesting to learn what you do. (To Tat Or Not To Tat)
Deno Corrie: Hey Geo, Jay Black still going strong at 75! The original “Jay,” John “Jay” Trainor passed today (January 2, 2014) of liver cancer. He was 70. For the past few years, he toured with Jay Siegel’s Tokens. Deno Corrie. (Sex & Shoes)
Geo: Wow, the guy who got me into music when I was fourteen, thus changing my life, checks in. Thanks, Pete. (Where Are You In The Pecking Order)
I finally resorted to saying, “If you do everything I tell you to do, I promise that you’ll soon be driving Mercedes.” And with that, I had their full attention. As I recall Dana, you got the first one. (Thank You)