Oct. 21st, 2011

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If you are a fan of Daniel Jackson, kittens and crack fic - sprint, don't walk, and go read "The Saga of Anubis (Or, How Daniel Jackson is followed by a Kitten)" by [livejournal.com profile] ladylade.

But *do NOT* be ingesting any fluids, solids or anything you don't want either on your keyboard, monitor or possible lodged in your sinuses.


go. redz. sharez.
seticat: (fun - tripping-you-zombies - dementia)
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A house several of us shared many years ago had a cute little black and white ghost kitten. You would see it out of the corner of you eye, usually sitting on a sunny window sill. The various household cats would walk up to where it was, look like it they were bumping noses with it and settle down right next to it.
seticat: (cat - i-haz-a-sad - dementia)
Quick question: In Cain's 9-9-9 plan [9% sales tax, 9% income tax, and 9% corporate tax] is that 9% sales tax in place of already existing state sales tax or on top of that? Because if it's on top of it and he wants folks on disabilities to also pay income tax on top of their state income tax [if your yearly is low enough you don't pay Federal Income Tax and a lot of states don't require income taxes paid on disability income]. If so then a lot of lower and middle income people are royally screwed.

Right now Idaho has a 6% sales tax on non-food items. Food isn't taxed. That's one of the few things that saves me. If the sales tax thing is 9% straight across the board and would include food, utilities, everything, I'm screwed. And so far I can't find any real information of just what he means by this plan of his.

Anyone have a clue?


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