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RE: [Groop]Short Takes



If I remember the conversations from San Diego, Mark said Gary's
questions were "taxing him to death" and Sergio ran with it.

Or maybe it was Mark wanted to tax Gary for his towel and live off the
proceeds.  You could live quite well for a long time on the taxes, based
on what Gary is paying for said towel.

Or maybe it was Mark was taxing his brain to see what other $500,000+
items he could come up with that Gary would have to buy.

Actually, I don't

Jeff  "just kidding Gary, please don't hire shifty-eyed lawyers to club
me with those leather briefcase-things" K

P.S.  I got Space Circus 4 yesterday, and I'll heed the admonition on
the announcement page and reveal nothing.  Other than I found 1 Groo &
Rufferto drawing.  There may be more.  It was really late.

> -----Original Message-----
> From: Gary Grossmann [mailto:grossfam@olywa.net]
> Sent: Thursday, November 02, 2000 12:32 AM
> To: Groop
> Subject: Re: [Groop]Short Takes
> 
> 
> Well, as cool as that would be (not to mention entirely too 
> surreal), Sergio
> & Mark need no input from me or anyone else to create 
> something fabulously
> funny about taxes, or any other subject. And as far as taxes 
> go, Sergio told
> me he had a nasty run-in with the IRS a number of years ago 
> and Mark told me
> his Dad worked for the IRS for 30 years.  This should tell 
> you two things:
> 1) Not all IRS folks are jack-booted thugs (Mark has run into 
> folks who told
> him his Dad was a fair man to deal with and anyway, how could 
> anyone as nice
> as Mark have a jack booted thug for a Dad?) and 2) Sergio was 
> not lucky
> enough to deal with Mark's Dad.
> 
> Take care all, Gary G.  (who is happy just to get a letter 
> printed once
> every 13 years)
> 
> 
> 
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Azamin" <azamin7@medical-online.net>
> To: "Groop" <groop@groo.com>
> Sent: Wednesday, November 01, 2000 9:13 PM
> Subject: Re: [Groop]Short Takes
> 
> 
> >
> >
> > Gary Grossmann wrote:
> >
> > > Speaking of taxes, I am really looking forward to the 
> next Groo series
> > > tentatively titled "Death & Taxes" I mean, I'm ALWAYS 
> really looking
> forward
> > > to the next Groo series, but a obviously i have more than 
> a passing
> interest
> > > in a take off on taxes.
> >
> > Did sergio ask something about tax the last time you met 
> him, Gary?  Maybe
> this
> > new Groo series is dedicated to you Gary , as a person who 
> have to deal
> with
> > Washington Tax and as a Groo fan - who collect Groo from 
> all over the
> world.
> >
> >
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