Thursday, October 7, 2010

Update: Ostrich property taxes…..

Word around town is that the parent company of The Ostrich, Brunswick Publishing, has paid their delinquent real estate property taxes.

We’re glad to hear that, of course, because the self-anointed “watchdog of government” and frequent advocate for big and righteous government ought to be, one would think, at the front of the line for paying their “fair share.”  If not more, which anyone can easily do.

Now there’s that pesky deadline next week for the current year tax payment.  We’re hoping the new bill didn’t get lost in the office clutter.

We’re gonna pay Side’s today, so the Ostrich-keepers can take a break for a few days while rounding up the shekels for their next “price they pay for democracy.”

To paraphrase Forrest Gump, “watchdog is as watchdog does.”

1 comment:

  1. If you read the tax bill it says,"interest at the rate of 9% per annum is charged on all taxes unpaid as of the due date(s. My question to Mr. Poppycock is has Brunswick Publishing also paid the interest?