Monday, May 01, 2006
If the IRS had discovered the quadratic formula. . .
This is hilarious. Filling out my taxes this year, I felt like an overgrown preschooler doing a gigantic worksheet that made little sense. Now take your purple crayon and circle all the boxes that are labelled with an odd number. It really is laughable how funny a 1040 form reads, and how complicated it is! I guess it all comes together in the end, but not very coherently. The annual April ritual is yet another reason I favor a national sales tax that would render the current tax code obsolete. Ah well. Meanwhile, read this worksheet for a laugh.