Paul L. Caron

Friday, May 25, 2007

Pirates of the Caribbean and Tax

From Slate's review of the new Pirates of the Caribbean movie:

[D]ying in the Pirates of the Caribbean world is sort of like being audited by the IRS: Sure, it's a drag, but as long as you talk to the right people and pony up the loot, it'll be over with soon enough. The tax lawyer for the Black Pearl crew is Tia Dalma (Naomie Harris), a voodoo priestess who, it turns out, happens to be the sea goddess Calypso in human form, hence her power to revive the dead.

(Hat Tip:  Sarah Lawsky.)

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