Motto of the Month: April 2012
With one eye on the weather and the other on tax forms, neither of which anyone seems able to do anything about, our esteemed Selection Committee mandated the selection of Boo Harris for:
EVERYBODY SHOULD PAY THEIR
TAXES WITH A SMILE
but the IRS still demands cash
This being Joe's turn to choose the time, place and line of march for our monthly parade, he has informed us that he is on strike until members ante up with more mottoes for future reports. Joe not being one to trifle with, whatever that means, members are admonished to pay attention and pay their LHBMA, I. "taxes" promptly.
If you're proud to pay taxes, remember: You could be just as proud for half the money.
The Association's Search for Philosophical Answers has learned that: With age comes wisdom and wisdom tells you that they don't make mirrors like they used to; You can now get dinner at a good hotel for what you used to pay for a used car; and, Some people get credit for patience when they're just too lazy to argue.
Taxation without representation is no tea party either.
Other mottoes found on shredded 1040 forms include: "A MAN'S HOUSE is his hassle," from John D. Stahura; "SUPPORT YOUR LOCAL RESCUE SQUAD - get lost," from M.J. Zoller; and, "NOTHING RECEDES LIKE SUCCESS," from Scott and Carol.
Today the average man lives 25 years longer than his grandfather did; he has to in order to get his taxes paid.
The Let's Have Better Mottoes Association, Inc.