Just like genital herpes, assholes are forever. We as a society will never be able to get rid of them. As you read this, thousands of little assholes are being born every second. New classes of assholes graduate and asshole their way into society every single year. Because of the incredible abundance of people of the asshole persuasion, our world has needed to adapt. We needed to put their asshole skills to the test in the real world.
Fuck the IRS
4 Signs Your Rockstar Employee Is an Asshole
Millionaire maker Dan S. Kennedy and marketing strategist Jason Marrs dare you to re-examine your every belief about pricing and empower you to take a more creative, more effective, bold approach to your price—and prosperity. They tell you the secret to setting prices for the greatest gain. Then they teach you how to avoid the ultimate price and fee failures—like attracting customers who buy by price. I had been having a difficult time accepting that we can justify a slightly higher than usual price for our product until I read Chapter 7.
Tax Information for Employees
This book is a humorous satire about the inner fumbling, bumbling and sometimes just plain chaos which the Internal Revenue Service would like to keep away from the public eyes. A few of the things which this book illustrates are a failed equal employment opportunity program; an antiquated payroll system which kept the employees in turmoil; an awards program which gave away hundreds of thousands of tax payer dollars, just because employees came to work or because of the color of their skin; failed management development programs which cost the taxpayers millions of dollars; and the whimsical expensive penchant the IRS has for chasing today's fads and abandoning them when the new ones come along. These are a few items in the book, but there are many more which will leave the readers shaking their heads in disbelief.
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