Comment: Listen to what I did once...

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Listen to what I did once...

It was a great many years ago that the IRS suddenly did an audit on me and suggest I owe over $1,000. I went to my tax person and she detected that she was wrong but the mistake should cost an additional $100 ONLY. So I show up at the IRS office with my boom box recorder holding it close to me all the time. Walk up to the secretary desk and spoke into the boom box (in front of her) "I am at the IRS office on such and such date/time in response to an audit. She could see the recorder button push. She said nothing and immediately left to talk to the auditor with my paperwork (within sight of me). After a few minutes of their conversation and glares at me; the secretary came back with a sign approval of my paperwork I brought in. Mr XXXXXX; the auditor approves of your findings and I walk out of the office never to be bother by them again.

"First they ignore you, then they laugh at you, then they attack you, then you win!"

"The belief is worthless if the fear of social and physical punishment overrides the belief."