He sounds like one of those right wing christian conservative extremists. God needs a mulligan.
It's crazy how much in taxes is taken out.
That is a nice story... good for them!
I wonder if the kids next door neighbor, Dave, has license plates that read "ASSMAN"?
That was just to sad to read that story about his family, they most surely needed it.
Whoa! Check out the unfortunate name that starts the third paragraph under the picture (7th paragraph)
I cannot believe the incredible amount that he paid in taxes.
Good for him.!!!!
Fake Jim Carey?
Did is shock anyone other than me that he won 232 million and he gets a lump sum of 88.5 million after taxes?I think thats a bit over board. Thats way more that half.
Maybe he can hire a wardrobe consultant.
This will turn out poorly. At least it usually does.
I hope he buys a 100 head of brahman cattle becomes successful. Of course....the litmus test will be what his future bride will look like. If she's a homely looking South Dakotan that can can cook, he's smart.If he marries one of those fake tittied whores he'll be scrapin' metal before he knows it.
Suddenly, this guy's looking kinda hot.
I lived in Mission, SD a long time ago. I was a minority in high school since it is an Indian Reservation. I don't remember any Mr. Assman.
good grief, the $232M is the annual payment option, he took the cash option of, I believe, $118M. He's not paying more than 35% in taxes.
obama also won the lotto from this poor white boy
I would be very happy to pay that tax rate if I had won it. If the taxes bothers him, I will take that winning ticket off his hands.
I bet Elinore gets a boyfriend.Hope he hires a good money manager.
Isn't it wonderful that a person has to pay income tax from a job, then pay income tax again on any income made from money left over after paying income taxes?
Just as wonderful as paying property tax appraised by county employees wanting the max tax they can get. The Appraisal bunch would rather over appraise property by a grand than risk appraising at a buck below.
GM says thank you.
And one more thing...who could possibly wait for two years before investing or spending "some" of that money? What if you died in 23 months and never heard the engine of your own brand new ferarri? (they're useful for herding cattle) No way, man...besides, two years is just a bit too close to Dec. 2012...hehe.
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