WASHINGTON, DC - Many a moon ago, Albert Einstein, a man of pure genius, couldn't figure out his taxes. He tried to develop his own theories of deductivity, but broke 2,042 calculators in doing so. His last dying words were: "This is too difficult for a mathematician. It takes a philosopher." That's when the IRS hired Stephen Hawking who sat down and studied the IRS tax codes. After years and years of toiling and frustration, he developed the IRS Bingo Card. And now he spends his time in a wheelchair and speaks via a computer. His comments on this entire debacle. Simple: " ... off.". Member reactions:
Pure genius. The brilliant story goes perfectly with the great picture.
Florida Seniors play 30 Bingo cards at a time but can't vote correct...
Unfortunately for the winner, he did not understand the fine print
Florida Seniors play 30 Bingo cards at a time but can't vote correct... --> . how true
Nice job on the chalk, looks very realistic
"Tax returns should be made as simple as possible, but not any simpler"~Albert Einstein
http://www.vindy.com/news/2011/dec/15/oddly-enough/.newswatchFor those who don't want to read the link, apparently a woman had been taking her mothers ashes to bingo nights for good luck and one night the urn got stolen out of her car. The urn was returned two days later.