For a few days now, I have been toying with the idea of getting into more serious articles. Let’s face it, here at the BBs and the YYs, it is not often that I weild my pen for heavy issues. In fact, in the digital age, it is absofrigginlutely rare...
“In the 12th century B.C. when the Chinese emperor Pei Mo-Tahks discovered, quite by accident, that merely by sending large, armed soldiers directly to people’s homes, he could extract large quantities of money, in return for providing them with protection in the form of not having the large, armed soldiers chopping their heads off. This was an early form of taxation.”from - They Tax Me, They Tax Me Not, read the full article...
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