Sunday, October 22, 2006

TV and Taxes

We don't want this past week's posts on the subjects of tax evasion and television to be misunderstood. There are rare times, we would agree, when television can soar to intellectually stimulating heights; and there are rare times, too, when not paying your personal taxes can be an admirably moral and courageous act of protest. Just ask Henry David Thoreau.

A recent episode of the popular ABC network fictional series Boston Legal offers a shining illustration of both:

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