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Posted by TJ on Monday February 4, 2008 @ 02:21 AM
[Tags: sports, tv, rant]

Shout outs to Eli Manning keeping his composure and leading the Giants to victory

Shout out to James Tyree and his circus catch. You barely heard his name until today

Shout to Burress for coming close to his predicted score of 23-17

Shout out to Giants Defensive cordinator, Steve Spagnuolo and the defense for constantly pounding Tom Brady and keeping the game a low scoring game. Too bad he probably wont be with the Giants next year as he will likely get a head coaching position.

Shout out to Tom Petty for playing his best songs at half time and after all these years still sounding great

Shout to coach Tom Coughlin for not turning red

Shout to Kevin Boss for filling in for Jeremy Shockey as almost an exact replica.

Shout to Bud Light for having the best commercials.

Shout down to Bill Belichick for leaving the game before it was over and for giving the worst press conference... What was that mumbling?



Posted by TJ on Thursday January 24, 2008 @ 11:34 AM
[Tags: accounting, links, taxes]

Want to be an instant millionaire?

Report tax evasion to the IRS.

Under IRC Section 7623 the IRS authorizes the payment of awards from the proceeds of amounts the IRS collects by reason of the information provided by an individual (aka the Whistleblower). The reward is between 15-30% of the tax recovered depending on the amount of information you provide. So if you provide information that leads to the IRS recovering $10 million in taxes you could be an instant millionaire!

To be eligble the amount in dispute must exceed $2 million dollars (including tax,interest,penalties, etc.) and taxable income for the violator must exceed 200k in any year of issue.

Oh and don't forget to claim your reward on your tax return, as yes... it is subject to income tax.

To file a claim use Form 211 Download Here





Posted by TJ on Wednesday January 23, 2008 @ 11:55 AM
[Tags: serious, links, accounting]

Here is a link that you can search the NY registery of unclaimed money due to you. Most is due from insurance companies, state dept, stocks, or banks. Check it out and give me some if you find anything.

link: New York Unclaimed Property search




Posted by TJ on Friday January 18, 2008 @ 06:16 PM
[Tags: personal, humor]

That's right,
The chess-king dies at age 64 and there's 64 squares on the chess board.**

For the tin foiled headed conspirarist this is the perfect concidence for a conspiracy theory.

RIP to Bobby Fisher 1/18/08.

**Some could argue that the chess board actually contains 204 squares if you count the squares made by individual squares, but let's not get too technical here. 8x8 + 7x7 + 6x6 + 5x5 + 4x4 + 3x3 + 2x2 + 1x1=204



Posted by Tj on Tuesday January 15, 2008 @ 05:32 PM
[Tags: politics, links, guide]

You can't complain at the president if you don't do your part in selecting the right one!


To register: Use the link below and select your state and fill in web form. It will generate a customized PDF which contains your registration form. Print it and follow the directions to sign, fold, put on a stamp and mail it in. Include a photocopy of your identification (a driver’s license or US passport) with it if you can. You can without sending in a copy of your ID, but you will have to show ID when you vote the first time (bring your ID to the polls regardless, just in case). You should get a conformation mailing back from your state.

To Register:
http://www.registrationbyworkingassets.com/register/

Who can Register?
  • A United States citizen
  • At least 18 years old at time of election
  • A resident of state you are registering in
Who should register?
  • Any one who meets the requirements above
  • Any one who moved or changed their address and did not register
State specific information

In Idaho, Minnesota, New Hampshire, Wisconsin and Wyoming you may register to vote at your polling place on election day.
In Maine, you can register up to and on election day in person at your town office or city hall
North Dakota does not have voter registration. If you do not have a government issued ID, call your state’s election office

You can register to vote online in WA and AZ - You won't even need to leave the confines of you computer chair to place your vote:

Washington State:
http://secstate.wa.gov/elections/register.aspx

For Arizona State:
http://www.azsos.gov/election/VoterRegistration.htm



Posted by Tj on Tuesday January 15, 2008 @ 03:42 PM
[Tags: links, rant]

Songza.com is supposedly a revolutionaly site that offers a searchable and playable database of music and songs. The search is free and could be used as an alternative to youtube when trying to play that one song you just want to hear on demand. However I have not been able to use it. I goto the site and find my song and never hear the song. It stops on "loading.." and if you click the song again it says "now playing" but nothing plays. Is the service broke already? Or am I just dumb? I tried it on two computers.

Try it: Songza.com



Posted by TJ on Wednesday January 2, 2008 @ 12:46 AM
[Tags: personal, rant]

Cool things happening in 2007

Coney Island for the 1st time
Atlantic City - Bachelor's party
40% raise
Snow boarding for the 1st time
Hiking Breakneck Ridge Trail
Got my CPA license
Clubbing in NYC
Six Flags

Things learned in 2007

Don't let your meter expire if you have an expired NYS inspection
I'm allergic to breakfast


Things heard too much in 2007 but hopefully forgetten by 2008:
Britney Spears
Paris Hilton
Steroids in baseball


Thinks to look forward to in 2008:
Soon to be former president bush.

Worst thing to happen in 2007:

End of the Torre management of Yankees
Shootings at Virginia Tech

TJ's Site of the Year:
Pandora.com : You can select an artist and it will create a music station with songs by the artist and similar sounding music

Things to do in 2008
It's kind of a shame I do not already do some of these...

Smile when ever I meet someone
Do more bike riding
Drink more water
Sleep at least 7 hours a day
Strengthen my handshake
Win a million dollars (at least)
Buy a house/condo
Take a week vacation
Don't let my job get in my way of having a good time
Eat three meals a day
See a doctor (I haven't in at least 5 years)




Posted by TJ on Friday December 14, 2007 @ 04:04 PM
[Tags: internet, links]

Useful and interesting Links:

Real estate price search Find out how much you are your neighbors house is worth

Late Night Guest - guest line up for all the popular talk shows

Flickrvision you can watch, in real time, the photos that are being uploaded to flickr.

Free fonts 10,000 of them

Yourip - information on the IP address your computer is broadcasting

ebuddy Aim, MSN, Yahoo in your browser


Pandora Radio Name a band and listen to custom radio station online for free

Who Called Get information about that unknown number on you caller id

Logmein remotely access your computer - free with the basic plan

Bugmenot.com Logins for popular websites so you do not have to sign up.



Posted by TJ on Friday December 14, 2007 @ 11:57 AM
[Tags: humor, work]

Okay so I was just sitting in my cubicle minding my business when one of our clients/friend of boss comes in and talks with the manager....

(Client arrives unexpected)
Cleint: Hey George
My Coworker : Hey you off from work today?
Client : yeah I'm on vacation... They told me I have 6 days left so I figured I'd should take em now
My Coworker : Oh no, really?
Client : yeah they expire at the end of year
My Coworker : Oh.. now I get it... for a second I thought you meant your doctor told you that.



Posted by TJ on Thursday December 13, 2007 @ 01:16 PM
[Tags: personal]

It's interesting to see how much time you spend doing minuscule things over the course of a year. I have estimated just that, I tried to account to every hour of the year, however, some where about 950 hours are unaccounted for.

Statistics up in the air 2007.

I spent 2652 hours sleeping or 7 hours/day sleeping
I spent 365 hours in a car or 15 days
I spent 182 hours or 7 ½ days in the shower
I spent 364 hours updating my website averaging about $9/hour
I spent 2527 hours working @ $$/hr
I spent 400 hours watching sports (Yankees/Giants)
I spent 200 hours with family
I spent 130 hours with friends
I spent 16 hours playing Madden 2008 PC
I spent 730 hours lunch/eating/preparing food
I spent 210 hours watching movies

Disclaimer: amounts are estimated and subject to error

That’s 7796 hours out of 8,760 total hours accounted for. 964 hours are lost in oblivion.





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