Tales from Tinseltown…recording them now…I'll let you know when it's story time.
Mr. Mittens’ adventures in Hollywood, or Vickie Lester reveals how big movies are made
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Tags1960 a light in the window architecture downtown Los Angeles Federal Building file now Hollywood IRS Los Angeles taxes due april 15 taxes due by midnight
Wow, that’s real?! No one in the area could say they missed *that* back in ’61… File Under : “Subtle Federal Reminder” 🙂
As the woman who puts her glasses in the strangest places I could do with a few subtle reminders!
I’m trying to think if there’s a building around that can fit ‘File an Extension’. I got nothin’ ;-).
p.s., going to the LAT Book Fest this weekend or the TCM Film Fest the following week?
I was just going through my schedule and the Book Fest schedule and the Film Fest — Two events caught my eye M.G. Lord’s book discussion: The Accidental Feminist: How Elizabeth Taylor Raised Our Consciousness and We Were Too Distracted by Her Beauty to Notice — and the Sunday screening of “Ninotchka” — great stuff!
Ooooh, great choices. BTW, looks like TCMFF will have “Ninotchka” on Thursday night.
V, Re. Where *Did* I Put My Glasses?! I hear ya, there!
Also, regarding the above Bookfest/Filmfest : Ach, so alluring :).
Ha ha! I love this! Nice to see the tax dep’t has a (sinister) sense of humour.
The ‘file day’ amuses me no end… is it all done online now?
Is this for the financial year just ended? Do you have fiscal year?
I’m all ears.
The Perfumed Dandy
Online, oh yes — but you can still mail it in by midnight on the appointed day. Eeks, the fiscal year and the gathering of all the proper forms, which are sent out in January and early February and then you calculate and figure, well, to be accurate somebody else calculates and figures – it’s better that way 😉
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