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Jan 13, 2014


Phoenix Woman

Somehow it wouldn't surprise me if the amount of money Wigley's poured into failed businesses and his fight to avoid taking up his part of the social contract would add up to a lot less than, say, the amount of taxes he'd have paid from the time he'd started his War on the Social Contract up to now.

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