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GET THE Department of the Conspiracy CONSPIRACY Internal Revenue Service YOU DESERVE SEE PAGE 5 $ $$$$ $$$$ $$$ $$ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $$$$$ $$$$$ $$ $ $ $ $$ $ $$$$ $$$$ $$$$$ What's Inside? No answers to frequently asked questions (page 5) This is all a big mistake (page 70) A note from the Communists (page 3) Fast fucking (page 3) Same old shit for 1993 (page 5) Free tax confusion (page 6) How to waste money on the government debt (page 8) How to get more confusing forms (page 42) Theft table (page 48) Index (page 32763) $ $$$ $ $$$ $$ $ $ $$ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $$$$$ $ $ $ $$$ $ $$$ Forms and Instructions Note: Kiss your hard-earned cash goodbye, suckers. We don't give a shit. ------------------------------------------------------------------------ Internal Revenue Service Please use this Bulk Rate P.O. Box 8905 label on your return Taxpayer Paid Bloomington, IL 61702-8905 \/ IRS ----------------------------- Permit No. X-69 Official Business Penalty for 1st Amendment, $500 .-------------------------------------------. | ********** 5-DIGIT 27622 | | FU 666-01-13013 333 X I | | HOLY TEMPLE OF MASS CONSUMPTION R | | PO BOX 30904 #16 S | | RALEIGH NC 27622 | `-------------------------------------------' Package 1040-1 Cat. No. 12082Y $$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$ THE IRS WANTS YOU The story of the Internal Revenue Service is a history of a tax collection agency drunk with power, ruthlessly smashing dissent among its own personnel and brazenly roughing up taxpayers at will. The IRS defies and intimidates its Congressional creatores to go virtually unchallenged in its blatant illegal exercise of awesome powers against the American public. It should be remembered that our American system of constitutional free enterprise is the envy of the people of the world. We love our country and its traditions, but such love carries a responsibility to protect the integrity of the system from the excessive use of power and abuse of civil rights. Recent developments show the mechanics of our system to be dangerously "out of sync", our oversized bureaucracy is sick, bloated with confiscated fruits of the labor and the property of the people. The federal establishment is slipping alarmingly close to totalitarianism. The violations of the rights of American people today by their own government are ironically parallel to the injustices suffered by the Colonists in the years preceding the Revolutionary War. The IRS has deserted its role as servant to the people. They have created for themselves a new charter of nit-picking and captious regulations. It has taken upon itself the role of master and intimidator of the public. As one woman, who was waiting at the IRS accounting office, put it, "The IRS is getting like the Gestapo was in Germany! When you hear their name, you get scared." The people of this country are AFRAID; they are frightened by this runaway arm of the government which has powers that no business or no other government agency would dare claim or use. - Only the IRS can attach 100% of a tax debtor's wages and/or property - Only the IRS can invade the privacy of a citizen without court process of any kind - Only the IRS can seize property without a court order - Only the IRS can force a citizen to try his case in a special court governed by the IRS - Only the IRS can compel production of documents, records, and other materials without a court case being in existence. - Only the IRS can with impunity publish a citizen's debt to the IRS - Only the IRS can legally, without a court order, subject citizens to electronic surveillance. - Only the IRS can force waiver of Statute of Limitation and other citizen rights through power of arbitrary assessment. - Only the IRS uses extralegal coercion. Threats to witnesses to examine their taxes regularly produces whatever evidence the IRS dictates. - Only the IRS is free to violate a written agreement with a citizen. - Only the IRS uses reprisals against citizens and public officials alike. - Only the IRS can take property on the basis of conjecture. - Only the IRS is free to maintain lists of citizens guilty of no crime for the purpose of harassing and monitoring them. - Only the IRS envelops all citizens. - Only the IRS publicly admits that its purpose is to instill fear into the citizenry as a technique of performing its function. The citizens of the US are angry, because their constitutional and civil rights are being ignored for the mere convenience of the tax collector. They are outraged by an agency of government which tramples on the Constitution in order to provice smooth sailing for the functionaries and the henchmen of the IRS. The IRS is an extraordinary example of the end justifying the means. The means of this agency is GROWTH. Like a fungus the IRS lives by growing, by consuming, by expanding. And what it grows on is us. It is interesting that the revenue officers within the IRS refer to taxpayers as "inventory"! There is only one justification or explanation for this incredible expansion of the IRS into areas far removed from its legitimate duty as tax collector. The IRS embodies the political realities of the selfish human desire to dominate others. Thus, the end of this gigantic pretense of officialdom is POWER, pure and simple. The meek may inherit the earth, but they will never receive a promotion in an agency where efficiency is measured by the number of seizures of taxpayer's property and by the number of citizens and businesses driven into bankruptcy. "What is the difference between a All the taxes paid over a lifetime by taxidermist and a tax collector? the average American are spent by the The taxidermist takes only your skin." government in less than a second. [Mark Twain] "Unquestionably, there is progress. Simplified 1040 The average American now pays out twice as much in taxes as he .-----------------------------------------. formerly got in wages." |Latest Revision for: | [H. L. Mencken] |1040 Federal Income 1992 | | Tax Form 07 | |=========================================| "When Barbary Pirates demand a fee |Your Social Security # | - - | for allowing you to do business, |-----------------------------------------| it's called 'tribute money'. When | ///////////////| the Mafia demands a fee for | Income | allowing you to do business, it's |-----------------------------------------| called 'the protection racket'. |1. How much money did you | | | When the State demands a fee for | make last year?.......>| | | allowing you to do business, it's |-----------------------------------------| called 'sales tax'." | |//////|///////| [Jeff Daiell] | | | | |2. Send it in............>| | | |-----------------------------------------| "The average U.S. taxpayer is | |//////|///////| proud to be paying taxes. Of `-----------------------------------------' course, he could be just as proud for half the money." $$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$ WHAT THE GOVERNMENT IS DOING WITH YOUR STOLEN TAX MONEY: > At the end of this article I include a copy of Brian Davidson's two-year-old > account of trouble on I-95 in Virginia. To it I'd like to add that for > the past several years the Frederick County, MD police have had major drug > checkpoints (many cruisers and officers) on I-270 after every DC-area > Grateful Dead show. They stop you if you turn on your inside light, open a > window, have a Dead sticker on your car, etc. etc. Basically anything you > do short of looking middle-aged and conservative and driving with eyes to > the fore and both hands on the wheel gets you stopped. > > Then they bring a drug dog to smell your car. In the spring of '90 an > entirely sober nethead was stopped and had a bud in his pocket detected > by the dog. His car was confiscated, and his two passengers were > deposited on I-270 at 2AM. He went to jail. > > KNOW YOUR RIGHTS! You don't have to tell a police officer diddly. Ever! > You can only get screwed by talking to the police. > > The proper answer to every question is, in your most polite but also > deadly serious tone, "Officer, am I under arrest?" If yes, you ask > to be allowed to contact an attorney. If no, you ask to be allowed > to proceed. Under no circumstances (short of having his gun barrel in > your mouth!) should you answer any question EVER! > > Obey direct commands regarding where and in what positions you and your > belongings should be (remember: he has a gun!), but always make it clear > that you do not "permit" him to do anything. If he asks you to step out > of your car, roll up the windows and lock the car. Anything less can > be interpreted as "permission" to search. From: davidson@mcnc.org (Brian Neal Davidson) Subject: VA State police before RFK show At 11 am, myself and 2 of my friends were traveling up from Durham NC to see the Dead in DC. At the toll booth in Petersburg we were approached by a few VA state police officers who were asking people questions as they paid their tolls. When we pulled up, they asked us where we were coming from and where we were going. We told them we were going to DC and when the trooper asked why, we told them we were visiting a friend and attending a concert. My friend Jim, who was driving was as polite and helpful as possible. When the trooper asked if we were going to the Dead show, Jim replied "yes" and we were immediately told to pull the car over to the side of the road. During the next 20 minutes, we had our car, pockets, luggage and any and every container opened and checked. The cop was rude and even though we were very cooperative, he continued to be rude. No other cars were being checked besides us, so it was obvious that they didn't like the looks of us. Jim has a beard and ear ring, Mike has a pony tail and I'm overweight. The fact that we were doing nothing illegal or carrying nothing illegal did not ease us in knowing that we had been humiliated and our rights were violated. We also got the feeling that they just wanted to have a reason to put cuffs on us and take us away if we gave them any crap. The cop kept saying stuff to us like "you guys like the Grateful Dead, where do you keep your drugs?" and "you better not have anything in here that will cut me" (while he was going thru my toiletree bag). After we had been humiliated and our stuff messed up, the cop didn't apologize or thank us for our politeness, but said "I'll see you boys on the way back". I guess this experience has made me realize what people in countries like South Africa and in Eastern Europe go through on a regular basis. There was nothing "American" about the behavior of the VA state police. I can only hope that the people of VA realize this and do something about it before more people are violated and this country begins to resemble the countries of the world that we commonly criticize for their treatment of their citizens. =-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-= New Ultra-BOB with NHGHOL Now, there's a mind detergent with built-in softener! presents B O B ' S B I G B U F F A L O B R A I N W A S H B E N E F I T Buffalo, NY 31 March - 4 April 1993 Proceeds to benefit Children's Hospital Wednesday 31 March 12 pm Nietzche's Standup Comedy featuring Rev. Ivan Stang & magician extraordinaire Jeff MacBride $3 Thursday & Friday 1-2 April Rockwell Hall @ Buf. State Magic performance by Jeff MacBride Special Guest Rev. Ivan Stang $12.50/$15 in advance $15/$17.50 at the door Saturday 3 April 6-11 pm Nietzche's A BIG OL' SUBG DEVIVAL WITH BIG RED STRAPS Music by John Bartles Ranting by Rev. Ivan Stang $5 in advance $6 at the door Sunday 4 April 2 pm The Curve, 132 Genesee Street Brunch, featuring Stang baked in a manner previously unknown by him Garnished with parsley and served with lemon sauce $12 in advance $15 at the door -------------------------------------------------------------------------- On Monday, 12 April 1993, the Florida Atlantic University Science-fiction Troupe (FAUST) will be holding a special event so powerful that it will MUTATE all in attendance: ATTACK FROM PLANET X Starring IVAN STANG JANOR HYPERCLEATS MARY SQUARED, AU CONTRAIRE PAPA JO'MAMA -and- JACQUES TREATMENT with music, robots, and special effects by THE SPO-IT'S The event will take place at 8pm in Florida Atlantic University's Gold Coast Room, $5 for students, $15 for non-students and will run until 11pm, when all hell breaks loose! For directions and more information, call Mike Marcus at (407) 852-7721 or e-mail michaelm@cse.fau.edu GET HERE OR DIE TRYING!!! =-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-= Holy Temple of Mass Consumption PO Box 30904 Raleigh, NC 27622 NEWS since last time: slack@ncsu.edu HToMC will be at the Magnum Opus Con VIII (MOC) in Greenville SC on April 1-4. Look for copies of HToMC and Hugo Speaks at the zine tables there. Retort of the month: MGC display on the NCSU brickyard that some pink scrawled "faggot" on; written reply: "No, MGC isn't gay, we're just dogging your mom." DOBBS SIGHTINGS: Watch MTV's show "Sex in the 90s" for the fighting Barbie dolls segment from the official church MTV commercial. Note the Dobbshead on the wall. STANG SEZ: Pink alert: Boycott the Canadian "Bob's Media Ecology" people, who are nothing but a RIP-OFF. Not only that, they are now claiming that THEY are the ones who created the whole SubGenius thing, and that the 100s and 1000s of REAL MUTANTS out here are the ones ripping *them* off. They ONLY reason they're doing this is because they know that we're too broke to take them to court. Also, try to make it to the Devivals. Or kill me. COMIX worth checking out: **** Cherry #14 - Contains the origin of Cherry; by going back in time, she finds out the nature of her own conception. Now published by Kitchen Sink Press, No. 2 Swamp Road, Princeton WI 54968 **** Savage Henry #25 - Battlin' Bambies - Henry and Caroline go on the offensive, restoring Bobbie's financial empire by defeating 2 of the 3 Bambi bodyguard clones. Rip Off Press, PO Box 4686, Auburn CA 95604 *** Death: The High Cost of Living part 3 - Fairly uneventful, but nicely surrealistic ending to Death's day among the living. Vertigo/DC Comics **** The Hacker Files #9 - Working Class Hero 3.0 - Hacker & Yoshio break into a slave-labor computer factory in Shanghai. DC Comics ** Ren & Stimpy #6 - Even the appearance of Spiderman, milked for all its worth R&S style, can't make up for the lack of *new* bizarreness. For the second month in a row, this comic slips a notch. Marvel Comics. ***** The Adventures of Fat Freddy's Cat #7 - New, great stories about the house cat of the Freak Brothers. Consistently twised. Rip Off Press. ***** [What Lurks on] Channel X - Dripping with SLACK, this is by far the best comic out this month. Comic/weird art barrage with "Those Ever Popular Torqued-Out Maniacs" and other GREAT stuff by Starlen Baxter. Check out collage in the middle. Iconographix, 621-B S. Main St. Plymouth MI 48170 **** Zippy Quarterly #1, "Anarchy in Absurdistan" - Although this collection tends to be somewhat self-indulgent, it remains a consistently good demon- stration of the Zen of Stupidity. Fantagraphics Books. ****** MUST GET ***** Compendium Comix Anthology - Over 250 pages of work by tons of alternative artists including Ace Backwords, Roy Tompkins, Julie Doucet, and many more. 100% Dobbs-Approved, includes many shorts with the Saint of Sales himself. This is an utterly mind-blowing collection guaranteed to advance all readers to the next level of mutatin. Mangajin Books, Box 489, Stn. P, Toronto, Ontario M5S 2T1, Canada. Get this before the censors wise up. =-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-= [Ren & Stimpy picture here] I wake up and there's a map in my pocket, folded small like a paperback, but not so thick. I unfold it and it's a map of a test site of some kind. I look down, the sand is glass under my feet. I look up, the sky is pale powder blue. There's some buildings off to my left. Glass crunching under my feet, I head that way. The house is deserted. Weird, the windows and doors are intact. The siding looks a little worn, but the electric light near the door is on. When I reach for the door it opens on its own accord and I walk in. The living room (first thing after the door) is a little dusty, but everything looks like it's holding up all right. A newspaper sits crumpled like a badly pitched tent. I pick it up, and see it's from a couple weeks ago. Before things began getting weird. I sit down in the overstuffed chair and flip though the pages. I'm reading the funnies when I hear footsteps from what looks like the kitchen. It's a man smoking a pipe and wearing a broad brimmed hat. He's almost worryingly thin, but there's no weakness in him. He looks worried about something, but it's apparently not a single worry. He walks into the living room and turns on the radio. A Talking Heads song is playing, a little staticky, but coming though ok. I thank god he's tuned to an AOR station. He walks around the living room twice before addressing me. "There's a reason you showed up here, son. You know that." "I had a hunch," I say, trying to look cool, not looking up from the paper. "There's a box for you over there." He says. I have to look up from the paper to see where he's gesturing. The box is wrapped with tape, and looks like something you'd get from UPS. It's addressed to me, c/o this house (I run outside to check the address. Yes, this is the address on the package.). I find a pocket knife and cut away the tape. More than a little anxious now, I almost shred the lid trying to get it off. There's two packs of gum, an easter card, a cassette tape and player, several pieces of loose paper, a t-shirt, a pair of large gumboots, a small pouch with some rocks in it, and a note. "What am I supposed to do with all this?" I ask the man. He looks down at me, and doesn't say a damn thing. =-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-= C O N V E N T I O N S April 1-4, 1993 (South Carolina) <--- HToMC !!! Masssive partycon!!! MAGNUM OPUS CON 8. Hyatt, Greenville, S.C. Guests: Ben Bova, Melanie Rawn, Robert Asprin, C.J. Cherryh, Jane Fancher, Brad Strickland. Info: MOC 8, PO Box 6585, Athens, GA 30604; (404)549-1533. April 2-4, 1993 (Mississippi) COASTCON 16. Holiday Inn Express, Biloxi MS; rms $51. GoHs: Timothy Zahn; FGoH: Lawrence Watt-Evans; AGoH: Keith Parkinson; Gaming GoH: Michael Stackpole; TM: Andrew Offutt. Memb: $20 until 3/1/93, $25 after. Info: Coastcon 16, Box 1423, Biloxi MS 39533-1423; (601)864-6064. April 2-4, 1993 (Nevada) SILVERCON. Aladdin Hotel, Las Vegas, NV; rms $45 sngl, $60 dbl. Guests: Poul Anderson, Julia Ecklar, William Rotsler, more. Memb: $25. Info: Silvercon 2, Box 95941, Las Vegas NV 89193. April 8-12, 1993 (Australia, Western) SWANCON 18. Ascot Inn, Perth, Australia. GoH: Terry Pratchett; FGoH: Craig Hilton. Australian National Con. Theme: Apocalypse. Memb: A$50; A$20 supporting. Info: Swancon 18, Box 318, Nedlands 6009, Australia. April 8-12, 1993 (England) HELICON/EASTERCON '93. Hotel de France, St. Helier, Jersey, (Channel Islands) UK; rms L32 sngl, L25 per person dbl (includes buffet breakfast). GoHs: John Brunner, George R.R. Martin; FGoH: Larry van der Putte. Memb: L28/US$60 until 4/1/93; L13/US$26 supporting. Info: Eastercon '93, c/o 63 Drake Rd., Chessington, Surrey KT9 1LQ, UK. April 9-11, 1993 (Maryland) BALTICON 27. Marriott Hunt Valley Inn, Hunt Valley, MD; (410)785-7000; rms $78. GoH: Allen Steele; AGoH: Don Maitz; Filk GoH: Leslie Fish. Memb: $25 until 3/13/92, $35 after (children under 6 free, children 6-12 half-price; babysitting available if arranged in advance). Info: Balticon 27, Box 686, Baltimore MD 21203-0686; email: bsfs@access.digex.com or 76130.1401@compuserve.com. April 9-11, 1993 (Minnesota) MINICON 28. Radisson Hotel South & Plaza Tower, 7800 Normandale Boulevard, Bloomington, MN 55439-3145; rms $48 sngl/dbl/tpl/quad, $49 Cabana, $99 one-bedroom suite, $139 two-bedroom suite; (612)835-7800. EGoH: Susan Allison; SGoH: Don Fitch; other Guests: TBA. Memb: $20 until 2/28/93, $50 after (children under 12 $10); $5 supporting. Info: Minicon 28, P.O. Box 8297, Lake Street Station, Minneapolis, MN 55408; (612)338-4728. April 10-12, 1993 (Virginia) TECHNICON 10. Donaldson Brown Center for Continuing Education, Blacksburg, VA; rms $46 sngl/$54 dbl. GoHs: TBA; FGoH; Scott Quirk. Memb: $22 until 4/1/93, $24 after (discount for students). Info: Technicon 10, c/o VTSFFC, P.O. Box 256, Blacksburg VA 24063; (703) 952-0572. April 15-19, 1993 (Montana) MISCON VIII. Village Red Lion, Missoula MT; rms $55 sngl/$65 dbl. GoH: David Brin; AGoH: Mary Hanson-Roberts; SGoH: Ben Dunn. Memb: TBA. Info: Miscon, P.O. Box 9363, Missoula MY 59807. April 16-18, 1993 (Georgia) PHOENIXCON 8. Sheraton Century Center Hotel, Atlanta, GA; rms $65; (404)325-0000. GoH: Lois McMaster Bujold; AGoH: Darryl Elliot; SGoHs: Allen Steele, Tom Deitz; TM: Thomas Fuller; FGoH: Ed Kramer. Memb: $20 until 1/17/93, $25 until 4/1/93, $30 after. Info: Phoenixcon 8, PO Box 1513, Smyrna, Georgia 30081-1513; (404)578-8461 (Mike Dillson or Zanny Leach). April 16-18, 1993 (Louisiana) 1993 Nebula Awards Weekend. Holiday Inn Crowne Plaza, New Orleans, LA. Info: Chuq Von Rospach, Nebula Awards Administrator, 35111-F Newark Blvd., Suite 255, Newark CA 94560; (510)948-5394. April 16-18, 1993 (New York) I-CON XII. SUNY, Stony Brook, Long Island, NY. Guests: Gregory Benford, Edward Bryant, Craig Shaw Gardner. Memb: TBA. Info: I-Con XII, P.O. Box 550, Stony Brook, NY 11790. April 16-19, 1993 (New York) NOCON. Summit Motor Inn, Niagara Falls NY; rms $48 sngl/$55 dbl. GoH: Michelle Sagara. First annual NFSFA Relaxacon. Memb: $16 in advance, $20 at door. Info: NFSFA, Box 500, Bridge Station, Niagara Falls NY 14305. April 16-18, 1993 (Texas) CON-TROLL. Airport Hilton, 500 E N Belt, Houston, TX 77060; rms $65; 1-800-445-8667. GoHs: Larry Niven, Steven Barnes; Gaming GoH: Ed Greenwood; AGoH: Dell Harris; Filk GoH: Judy Dugas; SGoH: Robert Neagle. Memb: $20 until 1/15/93, $22 until 4/1/93, $25 after (children under 5 - free, "kid in tow" half-price). Info: Con-Troll, P.O. Box 740969-1025, Houston, TX 77274. April 16-18, 1993 (England) SMOFCON 10. Hotel de France, St. Helier, Jersey; rms L32 sngl, L25 per person dbl (includes buffet breakfast). First European venue for the convention geared toward organizers of conventions. Memb: L20/US$35 (L2 or $5 discount for Helicon members); L10/US$20 supporting. Info: UK address: Smofcon 10, c/o 63 Drake Rd., Chessington, Surrey KT9 1LQ, UK; US address: Smofcon 10, PO Box 453, Needham MA 02194-004; email: timill@cix.compulink.co.uk. April 23-25, 1993 (Ohio) MARCON 28. Hyatt Regency at the Ohio Center, Columbus, Ohio; rms $82. Guests: Mike Resnick, Jane Yolen, Lois McMaster Bujold, Julius Schwartz, more. Memb: $25 until 3/15/93, $28 after (children $20). Info: Marcon 28, P.O. Box 211101, Columbus, OH 43211; (614)451-3154. April 24-25, 1993 (Idaho) BOISE FANTASY ARTS CONVENTION. Holiday Inn, Boise, ID. Guests: TBA. Memb: $19 until 4/15/93, $22 after; $6 supporting. Info: Boise Fantasy Arts Convention, P.O. Box 8602, Boise ID 83702. April 30 - May 2, 1993 (Arkansas) ROC-KON 17. Little Rock, AR. GoH: Suzette Haden Elgin; AGoH: Mary Hanson-Roberts; FGoHs: Greg and Angela Bridges. Memb: $15 until 4/16/93, $20 after. Info: Roc-Kon 17, P.O. 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