1 Million Babies?
That's right, selling tiny ads to websites no one ever heard of isn't the only way to make money on the web. Not when there are plenty of new parents eager to show of their little poop factory.
All books are 50% off their original price (including everything in the large 2005 Main Catalog). Once they are gone, they are gone for good. Orders will be filled on an early-bird-gets-the-worm basis. First come, first served. Nothing will be backordered. So order early. We'll enclose a refund check for books ordered that are no longer available. Remember, most of these books cannot be found in even the largest libraries. The majority of them will never be seen in bookstores. They are here now -- available to you at 50% off. Heck, at 50% off you can fill your head with lots of new stuff.
The local tax office employee was puzzled by the issue, and referred Dibbell to the IRS's Business and Specialty Tax Line, where another public servant attempted to unravel the mystery, and suggested that Dibbell seek authoritative judgment from the IRS. Despite the fact that no official conclusion was reached, each IRS representative along the way agreed that MMORPG bartering is probably taxable, but the absence of a clear regulatory policy means that the status of MMORPG trading will not change in the immediate future.Given the controversy over sales tax on the internet, it could be years before anyone ever starts addressing this issue. Unless some jurisdiction decides to apply sales tax to in game sales, that is.
It sounds cool, but just remember that the last time Scandinavians decided to go pirate, we got the vikings...
- Strike out immaterial law. Every last bit of it.
- Disregard WIPO and WTO completely. Even though the US will "go bananas" as they put it.
- Annul any further treaties or policies that hinder the free flow of information.
- Stand up for privacy. No data retention nonsense based on terrorism shills or failed **AA business models.