Also I'm not saying that I want to pay as much tax as possible, I'm saying I'm tired of fucking paying a high rate of tax because I'm effectively paying for the the delinquents that don't.
look man, i get it. you loathe him. i don't know what your back story to hating him is but i hope it's based on more than just jealousy that he doesn't appear to pay tax. this is bc, there are a hell of a lot of people that don't pay tax, yet still pay a ton of tax using that untaxed money to buy large dollar items. get over it.
that line of thinking should be quickly followed by "how do i pay less tax?". seriously. there are numerous ways to avoid paying tax, i suggest talking to an accountant if you feel like you're paying over your fair share. or are you the kinda guy that keeps every nickel without spreading it around a bit even if the difference is a wash once tax considerations are taken into account?
lastly, i just don't like the hate on for another rider. people think i'm a grower but i'm not, never have been. i ride bikes and have other toys, and i love to use them to their fullest. should i live in fear that some guy like frosty is going to develop a personal vendetta against me just because he hates how i roll? it's bullshit. worry about yours and fuck everyone else, or continue getting in people's business and see where that lands you.
The guy put himself in the public spotlight. It's not like people are "getting into his business", go look at his wide open FB page if you want confirmation of that. He wants and loves the attention.
so how do i not pay tax or pay much less?
'cause all that extra moneyz would leave me a lot more for fuel and US trips
"Honda = Boring, Suzuki = Wannabes, Yamaha = Poser, Ducati = Overated, BMW = Compensating, Aprilia = Insecure, Buell = BCIT business... go faKOffee." - PUREVIL
The guy seems like a degenerate who doesn't provide anything useful to society. There's absolutely no way he should have his license back, or at least restrict it so that he can't have a motorcycle endorsement for several years.
He could have very easily have killed someone and through sheer luck he didn't. At the speed he was going if someone made a lange change 100's of meters in front of him he wouldn't have been able to react. Who knows the damage he'll cause next time.
it's only a matter of time before we have these types of laws here.
With Switzerland being well-know for its drastic punishment of both speeding drivers and motorcycle riders, here's one more thing to always remind you to obey the speed regulations in the land of banks and cows: speeding will cause law-breakers to go to jail.
A news law has passed and will become effective starting 1st of January 2013, enforcing obeying the speed limits in an even more radical way: jail time, from 1 up to 4 years. The new law specifies the following penalties:
- In a 30 km/h zone, doing 70+ km/h,
- In a 50 km/h zone, doing 100+ km/h (city),
- In a 80 km/h zone, doing 140+ km/h (main roads)
- In a 120 km/h zone, going 200+ km/h (motorways).
Switzerland is already known for its huge fines when it comes to speeding and we have multiple examples of guys getting their cars impounded and having to pay huge amounts of money.
With fines being proportional with the taxable income, we've already seen €202,000 ($261,900) and a record-breaking fine over 1 mil Euros ($1,296,600 for a Swedish driver, later changed for a smaller one). You can see that these guys are not kidding so you'd better keep a close eye on the speedo, no matter whether you're driving or riding a motorcycle.
"You can't make the roads safer by hiding in the bushes"
Money aside, why would ICBC give him the option to get his license back anyway?!
"Only a Biker knows why a dog sticks his head out of a car window."