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Editor: Paul L. Caron, Dean
Pepperdine University School of Law

Tuesday, April 26, 2005

Tax Playa Gets His Groove Back After April 15

David Huang (In Loco Veritas) follows up on his hilarious (albeit off-color) story, The Tax Man Always Rings Twice, with Attack of the H&R Bloch-Head.  Here is the opening:

The last four months of corporate, partnership and high net-worth individual tax returns has wreaked havoc on my playa activities. And two Fridays ago, it was high time for David to get his groove back.

After work, I stopped off at a local watering hole that was conveniently located right across the street from a Post Office that was open all night for the last-minute filers. I figured that this would be a target rich environment for my legendary pick-up line: “Your tax shelter or mine?” I wasn’t wrong. After spending an average of 26.5 hours completing their returns, the honeys were primed for a little no-strings-attached loving and I was just the single filer to give it to them.

Shortly after I arrived at the bar, Mrs. Right Now walked into the bar. This chick was built like a brick REIT and had a face to match. I decided right then and there that she was going to be tonight’s lucky recipient of the famous Huang early withdrawal with no penalties … if you know what I mean.

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