The IRS whines mightily about Americans abroad and how they are not filing FBARs or doing all of the other myriad of things that the system requires.
“I should estimate that in my experience most troubles and most possibilities for improvement add up to the proportions something like this: 94% belongs to the system (responsibility of management), 6% special.”
By “special” he means the people within the system (employees) or external factors.
If we apply this logic to the tax system:
Everything in a 20 liter backpack for a trip to Toronto. Also, Neil Young is on this flight to Toronto. #totalfanboy... continue reading
Someone is trying to communicate with me via encrypted email right now. Sorry, but something is borked. I wish I could email you this stuff, but the best I can do is make a blog post that you will see.Bounce
Here’s the problem. Whatever email address you gave does not exist. I cannot reply to it. Your server bounces my messages with a 550 error:
How to send encrypted email to me (the hard way)
Technical details of permanent failure:
Google tried to deliver your message, but it was rejected by the server for the recipient domain outbounds8.obsmtp.com by outbounds8.obsmtp.com. [IP.IP.IP.IP].
The error that the other server returned was:
550 5.1.1 [EMAIL ADDRESS REDACTED]: Recipient address rejected: User unknown in local recipient table
One week in Singapore. Goruck SK40. Almost used my SK20 but that would have been a gratuitous display of self-indulgent minimalist travel egotism. From the KAL lounge in the Tom Bradley terminal at LAX.
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