A plaque remaining from the Big Apple Night Club at West 135th Street and Seventh Avenue in Harlem.

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Entry from October 10, 2017
“The punishment for tax evasion is getting to live off of other people’s taxes”

"Is it strange that people like Wesley Snipes go to prison for tax evasion so that other people’s tax dollars can pay to keep him there?” was posted on Twitter on December 9, 2010. This tax thought has been voiced by many others.

“If you go to jail for tax evasion, you’re living off of taxes as a result of not paying taxes” was posted on Reddit—Shower Thoughts on September 3, 2016. “The punishment for tax evasion is getting to live off of other people’s taxes” was posted on Reddit—Shower Thoughts on October 10, 2017.


Twitter
Mike Mitchell‏
@sirmitchell
Is it strange that people like Wesley Snipes go to prison for tax evasion so that other people’s tax dollars can pay to keep him there?
2:25 AM - 9 Dec 2010

Reddit—Shower Thoughts
If you go to jail for tax evasion, you’re living off of taxes as a result of not paying taxes.
submitted September 3, 2016 by Senor_Ita

Reddit—Shower Thoughts
If you go to jail for tax evasion, you live off of other people’s taxes for not paying taxes.
submitted September 14, 2016 by [deleted]

Reddit—Shower Thoughts
If you go to jail for not paying taxes, you are living off taxes as a result of not paying taxes
submitted October 6, 2016 by [deleted]

Twitter
Mother Of Sarcasm‏
@SarcasmMother
If you go to jail for not paying taxes, you are serving a punishment for not paying taxes by not paying taxes.
8:13 AM - 6 Dec 2016

Me.Me
IF YOU GO TO JAIL FOR TAX EVASION YOU’RE LIVING OFF OF TAXES AS A RESULT OF IF NOT PAYING TAXES MAN NBLAK THE FREE THOUGHT PRYEOTCOM MEME
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FOUND @ 98 LIKES ON 2017-01-17 03:02:48 BY ME.ME
SOURCE: INSTAGRAM

Facebook
Thrive
February 9, 2017 ·
“If you go to jail for tax evasion, you’re living off of taxes as a result of not paying taxes” Joe Rogan

Twitter
Nick Bobotas‏
@ogboboross
We live in a world where you can go to jail for tax evasion to live off of other people’s taxes and pay money for having no money 🤔
1:06 PM - 23 Feb 2017

Twitter
Joshuay‏
@big_brownies
If you go to jail for tax evasion you live off of other people’s taxes
5:58 PM - 9 Mar 2017

Reddit—Shower Thoughts
If you go to prison for tax evasion you are living off of taxes because you didn’t pay taxes
submitted March 17, 2017 by carlyxmccrae

Reddit—Shower Thoughts
If you go to jail for tax evasion, you’re living off of food paid for by taxes that you didn’t pay.
submitted June 12, 2017 by YaBoiT33

Reddit—Shower Thoughts
If you go to jail for tax evasion, you’re basically living off of taxes because you didn’t pay your taxes.
submitted August 9, 2017 by okraebop

Reddit—Shower Thoughts
If you go to jail for tax evasion, you’re basically living off taxes for not paying taxes.
submitted August 27, 2017 by MentalAdversity

Reddit—Shower Thoughts
If you go to jail for tax evasion, you’re living off of other people’s taxes because you didn’t pay your taxes.
submitted September 29, 2017 by [deleted]

Reddit—Shower Thoughts
The punishment for tax evasion is getting to live off of other people’s taxes.
submitted October 10, 2017 by cdycwl

Twitter
50 Shades of Sarcasm‏
@50Sarcasm
The punishment for tax evasion is getting to live off of other people’s taxes.
5:19 PM - 10 Oct 2017

Posted by Barry Popik
New York CityGovernment/Law/Politics/Military • Tuesday, October 10, 2017 • Permalink