Hey folks, as I've struck out into the fediverse, it strikes me that I haven't redone #introductions
So, I'm Paul. The Cookie Brigade calls me Mom. I'm a java dev for my day job. In my spare time, I stream in the mornings at https://www.twitch.tv/cookiemom , I work on board game ideas, and I chase down whatever interests me at the time. Currently I'm trying to make a mead that resembles a chocolate chip cookie. We'll see how that goes.
The House is streaming it's going-ons here:
Federal corporate income tax, stripping deductions, preparing a resolution
Per IRS Form 1120 (https://www.irs.gov/pub/irs-pdf/f1120.pdf) Which lines do you think could be whole-handedly removed from the deductions section? I think 12, 18 - 22, 25.
Before you say "All of them", I'm leaving "Salaries and wages, pensions and profit-sharing", & other such lines. Incentivizing corporations to take care of their workers is a good thing.
I also think that 26 and 29 need to be gone through, but can't be struck entirely.
CLARKSON: Behold: CYBERTRUCK!
HAMMOND: As the only one of us who actually *likes* trucks, I still feel I have to object.
C: What are you objecting to? It's sleek, it's flexible-
H: It can carry less than a Reliant Robin!
C: There is that, yeah.
MAY: It is safe, though.
H: You don't buy a truck to be *safe*.
M: Look, you don't want to be driving up a gravel road and have a rock -
HAMMOND leans on a window. It breaks.
C: That's safe, is it?
M: Shut up.
Our CoC is live, and we have a roadmap, kinda!
Stay tuned for more news about #Florence
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