Beware of fake IRS Scam 



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Good Morning,  !
It's Monday, May 2, 2011

Election day in Canada!
According to the polls the country is split exactly the same
as contributor and recipient provinces.
The contributor provinces are pretty solid behind Harper,
the recipient provinces favor the union guy with the Ted 
Turner wig and unkeepable promises.

Icky Iggy and Douchy are not really serious contenders.
They helped force an election during hockey season,
but don't seem to have a clue what they would do, if they
got elected. However, they do take votes away from
Harper and Layton.

And there is one more, the Green Party Blonde. 
Most wonder, if she will will find a polling booth, 
but the polls say she might get almost one percent,
but probably no elected MPs.

Have FUN!
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An INTERNATIONAL BONEHEAD AWARD goes to Nikolaus Trombley, 22 in East Lyme, Conn Drunk rides off on stolen lawnmower EAST LYME, Conn. (WTNH) - A man is facing charges for stealing a lawnmower from a school in East Lyme. Police say 22-year old Nikolaus Trombley was caught on tape, stealing the lawnmower from East Lyme High School. Police say he stole it in the middle of the night and then took it for a ride. Police say Trombley told them he was drunk and looking for a place to sleep when he broke into a trailer behind East Lyme High School. He was looking for the keys to the school when he spotted keys to a Scag Mower and decided to go on a joy ride instead. Police say Trombley rode the three miles to his parent's house, mowed their lawn and was on his way to return the mower when he abandoned it near the intersection of Boston Post Road and Spring Rock Road. He's charged with third degree larceny and burglary. Surveillance video taken at 2:07 early Wednesday morning shows Trombley riding by the Boston Post Road building. Police say Trombley, formerly of Vermont, is now living in his parent's East Lyme home. We're told it is difficult to ride a Scag Mower, and Trombley is lucky there were no accidents considering he was drunk. A Skag Mower is a riding mower with powered rear wheels and swivel casters for the front wheels. It is steered with brake/clutch levers controlling the rear wheels. They are very agile and can turn on a dime, but take a bit of getting used to.
From the Tech Support Pits: From Roland Re: IRS Scam Dear Webby, Although the federal tax filing season ended on April 15, the Internal Revenue Service continues to see new tax scams. Two new schemes target families of those serving in the military and e-mail users. In both schemes, people represent themselves as being from the IRS. The IRS warns consumers to beware of any variation of a scenario in which a telephone caller posing as an IRS employee tells a family member that he is entitled to a $4,000 refund because his relative is in the Armed Forces and then requests a credit card number to cover a $42 fee for postage. Genuine IRS employees who call taxpayers do not ask for credit card numbers or request fees for payment of a refund. If you get a call or email like that, write down the phone number, hang up and and contact the Treasury Inspector General for Tax Administration (800) 366-4484 Roland Dear Roland Before you hang up on the crooks, feel free to use any saved up profanity you can remember. And don't bother calling the IRS. The scammers spoof the number that shows in the call display. There is nothing they can do with a fake number. Have FUN DearWebby
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