Instead of life stuff
The answer is obviously 7. He has a lot of experience.
@jayne cobb, I was just about to say that.
Why taxes are theft for politicians to give to their cronies:
“In 1492, Columbus sailed the ocean blue”
Schools: LEARN THIS EVERY YEAR
@big freedom, you know the government needs money to you know be a government right
@eleven, sure. But 90% of what they take is wasted or just plain given to their lobbyists
@big freedom, it really gets to me that the first Europeans who landed in South America recieved Golden Ceremonial Spears made in West Africa, as part of the many gifts locals gave to the Europeans. Europeans wrote down their names, and claimed ownership, now the world is captured in their borders, idealogies and trade deals, while they continue to ride the privilege train of rape
I did in fact learn how to do taxes in school. In fact, I think most public schools teach you how but most people forget or don't care because they were horny teenagers and now they realize there is actual use for that knowledge that they never bothered to learn/memorize.
@Captain Rumble, my school pushed academics so much but legit did not teach how to do taxes in their standard classes. If you failed math and went into the math essentials class it was the only time you learned how to do your taxes and basic finances like balancing a checkbook or figuring out budgeting and discounts at a grocery store.
@Captain Rumble, It's really not that hard to teach "Go to the free filer and answer the questions."
@Captain Rumble, or maybe you're projecting your personal school experience into ours...
@Jdrawer, sure. It’s absolutely not worth learning about how much they take, what they do with it, how some people pay more than others even if they make the same amount of $...
None of that is at all valuable information.
Honestly... I wish my high school had properly disciplined me to be prepared for post secondary and the amount of studying that is required at that level. I literally spent majority of my last year of HS high and asleep in the library and I was on the honour roll at a 96 average. But then the first year of college afterwards kicked my a** so I left. I was never pushed to study because it came easy to me. I’m just learning how to study and I’m 24.. that’s nuts.