May. 9th, 2007

chrystie69: (search)
IRS wants data on users from Internet firms - The move is part of an effort by the U.S. Treasury Department to track down unreported small business income generated by the sale of personal property on such sites. Under the proposal, online "brokers" would be required to file income statements for all customers who use their sites to conduct 100 or more separate transactions that generate $5,000 or more per year.
chrystie69: (George)
I get very unhappy with people in supermarkets who stop their carts in the middle of the aisle and just stand there looking at the soup. They don't know what they want, so they're looking. Parked. middle of the aisle. They're trying to decide. Why would you go tot he supermarket if you didn't know what you wanted? You know how to shop? I enter the store with a list in my hand, and I move quickly through the aisles from item to item, and I'm in the parking lot before Hamlet has figured out if cream of mushroom is a better bargain then the chicken with stars. I say, know what you want, get what you need, and get the fuck out of there. That's how ya shop!

(personally I totally agree with the above...nothing worse then the browsers in the aisles when you're trying to shop!)


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