Gut Rumbles

January 26, 2005

what is "legitimate" about being a criminal

Holy Bejus! Follow the bouncing legal logic in this post. WTF???

Well, if you're going to be an armed robber, you'll do better with a gun than with a knife, and I'm not familiar with the tax laws in the land of tulips and wooden shoes. Maybe allowing the guy a tax deduction for his gun as a "business expense" makes perfect sense to people accustomed to wading through duck-shit every day.

I mean, after all... being an armed robber is ALMOST the same thing as running a legitimate business, right? Except for the fact that armed robbery is illegal and illegitimate.

But you've got to be REALLY PICKY to see the difference.


I guess my neighbor who beatrs his wife can deduct his Jack Daniels too?

Posted by: Robert on January 26, 2005 06:14 PM

I suppose busted drug lords can now deduct their confiscated drugs as a business loss onde the police place a value on them.

Posted by: Jack on January 26, 2005 09:43 PM

I have done some very bad things in my life, and you are not a bad person or a criminal unless you get caught, redhanded and if you know the judge and your lawyer knows the judge, you most often can get off, if you have enough money to pay them all off, or have something on them, Cat.

Posted by: Catfish on January 26, 2005 09:44 PM
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