Because it’s tax time, every blog, website, and magazine are running articles about tax tips, secrets, and how to’s. I thought I would add my own. The advice I have for you is profound. Here’s an article from Comcast.net to illustrate my advice:
No matter how frustrating taxes get, it’s not a good idea to threaten to do a drive-by shooting at the state Department of Revenue. Authorities charged man with two counts of terroristic threats after he got upset and allegedly told a Department of Revenue supervisor he was going to do a drive-by shooting.
According to the complaint filed in Ramsey County District Court, a Revenue Department supervisor said a 55-year-old man told her in a phone call, “Maybe I will just do a (expletive) drive-by.”
The man told the St. Paul Pioneer Press he actually told the supervisor he just felt like doing a drive-by. He said there was no mention of shooting.
He said the dispute was over $181.44 in sales taxes he believes was wrongfully charged his custom pool cue business.
So my word of advice is: DON’T THREATEN TO KILL CITY WORKERS!