#1 2009-07-12 21:43:29



DISCLAIMER:  OK, only in Wareham would I have to explain this, but before Ragman starts foaming at the mouth and writes a 10-pager in Sweet Brucey's defense...come on, it's just a joke.  Yes, the article below shows Gov. Patrick has cut $4 million, shutting down the state's 2 zoos, so Brucey's tax debt of $181,000 (and remember of that, only part is owed to the state, the other part is owed to the Federal government)...when you factor it all in, yes, Sweet Brucey's taxes are just a drop in the bucket and wouldn't be enough to save the zoo. (Mr Banannas didn't really talk to the zoo director and find out that $181,000 was all that it would take to save the zoo.  He is, in fact, a non-existant cartoon monkey.  Yes, only in Wareham do I have to explain that too).

But hopefully, maybe Mr. Banannas' message will guilt Sweet Brucey into paying his taxes.  After all, you never know, your tax dollars may just be going to help a fuzzy little chimp in need.

http://www.bostonherald.com/news/region … position=1

Last edited by billw (2009-07-16 12:19:09)

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#2 2009-07-12 22:09:32

Thank you Ham.  That was perfect and very funny.

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#3 2009-07-13 07:37:06

Haha

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#4 2009-07-13 08:19:07

Great stuff!! Very creative and funny. Your productions would be a funny addition to any WCTV show that is established.(You'd probably have to clean up the language).
Keep up the good work!

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#5 2009-07-13 09:32:14

Actually, I'm not totally letting Sweet Brucey off the hook.  If the state were to force all of the tax deadbeats in the state to pay all of their state back taxes, then the state probably would have enough to save the zoo.  So, if you think of his tax debt as one small part of all that is owed by all tax deadbeats across the state, while Sweet Brucey's individual state tax debt is not enough to save the zoo, he is at least responsible for a llama.

That llama is on your hands, Sweet Brucey.

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#6 2009-07-13 09:36:15

And what about his Federal tax debt?  Imagine out there, somewhere in America, a young crack fiend tries to turn his life around for the better by signing up for a Federal sponsored rehabilitation program, only to be told "We can't take any more crack fiends into this program because Sweet Brucey didn't pay his federal taxes, sorry, you'll have to keep on taking crack!"

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#7 2009-07-13 11:14:52

AND DONT FORGET ABOUT RABBOY NOT PAYING HIS 1,000 DOLLARS IN STATE FILING FEES. IM SURE THE STATE COULD USE THAT MONEY. TWO YEARS HAVE GONE BY AND I GUESS HE DOESNT THINK HE NEEDS TO PAY HIMSELF. I GUESS RAGBOY IS NOW TAKING FINANCIAL ADVICE FROM SWEET BRUCIE. PAY YOUR TAXES AND FEES !!!!!

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#8 2009-07-13 11:28:46

Geeze, I didn't think you would have to pay for a hobby...guess bobo must be thinking the same thing.

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#9 2009-07-13 16:27:05

That's a good point.  Ragman's corporate filing fees could have saved a penguin or two from being turned into Penguin McNuggets.  Good job, Ragman.

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