October 05, 2016
The Lipstick Killer…

…of the 1940s was probably never caught, although the ever-admirable Chicago police succeeded in framing a teenage boy for the three murders. After one of them the real serial killer had left this note written in lipstick on the victim’s wall:

For heavens
Sake catch me
Before I kill more
I cannot control myself

In popular usage this has become abbreviated to “Stop Me Before I Kill Again.” Now it has been expanded and repurposed by The Dipstick Killer into:

“After years of failure, she complains about how I’ve used tax laws of this country to my benefit. Then I ask a simple question: Why didn’t she ever try to change those laws so I couldn’t use them?”



Posted by Jerome Doolittle at October 05, 2016 05:29 PM
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Congress made a mistake in tax accounting for S-corp losses which were cancelled by bankruptcy but could be claimed as a pass-through loss by the S-corp owner who did not have to claim the off-setting loan forgiveness. This may have been how Trump managed to have a 916 million dollar loss in 1995 which may have been only a paper loss. Hillary voted to correct this in 2002 and the mistake was corrected.

Posted by: Craig Nelson on October 10, 2016 10:18 PM
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