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New York Times Outs Apple, Enemy of the People, on Tax “Sidestep”

longball38884 Wrote: May 01, 2012 3:26 AM
Don't confuse ignorance with laziness. You're accused of laziness. But it's pretty evident you're clueless how people actually EARN money. Eventually, even you must realize that if the people around you have no money, YOU won't have any money. You cannot earn money from people who don't have any. And every dollar you've ever earned came from other people.
Ratas y Ratones Wrote: May 01, 2012 6:37 PM


shubi_ Wrote: 9 hours ago (8:52 AM)
Oh, btw, dong, when I was younger I cut tobacco and put in hay on our farm. Try that for work, dumbo.


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Criminy shubi !

Farther North than you, and never dealt with tobacco, but did help with baling and loading hay.

Thought I would DIE ! I think the bales weighed more than I did, but who knows.

I was able to slide the bales to the back of the wagon, so my brother could stack them.


shubi_ Wrote: May 01, 2012 8:52 AM
dongball, again showing he thinks using the ball pick up machine on his driving range is more work than running a multi-million dollar company.

Oh, btw, dong, when I was younger I cut tobacco and put in hay on our farm. Try that for work, dumbo.

So it’s come to this: If you’re a successful technology company that employs 47,000 people in the U.S. along with supporting the employment of another 257,000 jobs domestically at other companies, that’s not enough.

It’s not enough that according to a company study published in the New York Times, your operations “have generated almost $5 billion in federal and state income taxes, including income taxes withheld on employee stock gains, making [you] among the top payers of U.S. income tax,” in the first half of 2012 alone.

For the folks playing at home, income taxes are THE taxes that...

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