featuring an experimental anti-recommendation engine that provides suggestions for things you probably won't want to read, purchase, or watch. How refreshing is that? We are constantly bombarded every day with a seemingly endless stream of recommendations for products, services, and other things thought to fit our fancy. This is how they pay for the 'free' access folks get to social media platforms. They all do it. I know the anti-recommendation website is probably tongue in cheek but somehow having a list of stuff I'm likely not interested in at all appeals to me. Oh yeah. Here's today's question still pending from yesterday: How did tomorrow deliver on its promise? I report. You decide. Thanks for asking.
I know this is a type of piling on but tis the season. Suggested IRS motto: "We're not happy until you are unhappy!" How did all of this get started? Well here's one idea: ~ A doctor, a lawyer, and an IRS agent were debating over whose profession was the oldest. “If you read the Book of Genesis, you’ll see that God took a rib out of Adam to create Eve. That’s a medical activity, so medicine came first,” said the doctor. The lawyer replied, “But if you go back even further, to the first chapter of Genesis, you see that God created order out of chaos. That’s what lawyers do. So the law must have come first.” “Oh, yeah?”, said the IRS agent, “Well where do you think the chaos came from?” ~ One tax consultant said in his experience the only difference between tax collectors and muggers is that muggers do not require you to fill out forms. One contributor posted this advice: End organized crime, abolish the IRS. Another lady lamented concerning her plight: I would dearly love to give the IRS my two cents worth, but after paying my taxes, I need everything I have left just to survive. Okay. Maybe that will help us all to let off a little steam. And, we all know that tax collectors are for the most part easy targets. There is hope. The tax collector in the Bible, Matthew, became an Apostle. He went from being a taker to becoming a giver. A giver of the Gospel of Jesus Christ. Amen.