Tuesday, August 22, 2006


Last week Bush signed an act that, in part, made some changes to charitable giving allowances. Most interesting is the provision involving taxidermy. From now on, if you want to donate a stuffed animal, your tax credit is limited to the cost of having it stuffed and mounted. The new act specifies that the expedition expenses associated with killing the animal can no longer be written off.

Total bummer. The only reason I killed that cheetah last month was so that I could donate its stuffed carcass to Jerry's Kids and write off my African safari travel expenses.

Count this as one more useless thing I've learned as a result of working at a law firm...

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