Friday, March 31, 2006

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Money for Nothing

Nigerian soccer officials are allowed to take bribes
now, apparently, as long as they don't actually let it influence their calling of the game. Which kinda calls into question just how a bribe is defined, and to a lesser extent, how to report such earnings for tax purposes.

In related news, the MLB is considering now allowing players to use steroids as long as they don't let that influence their performance on the field.


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