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Earlier this month, Rosalia, a dancer in Las Vegas, decided to hop on a trend popular on StripperTok showing off how much she makes in a few busy days. In the video, captioned, “What a weekend looks like as a Vegas stripper,” Rosalia shows off her earnings with Bia’s “Whole Lotta Money” in the background, displaying the grand total on a whiteboard: $33,700 in three days. “I just happened to have a really good night on the third night,” she tells Rolling Stone. “So it went viral,” racking up more than 48 million views.
Then Rosalia noticed people commenting on her page saying they were going to report her to the IRS, or worse, that they were going to rob her. That’s when she saw her video had been reposted by Ethan Keiser, a babyfaced, moderately balding TikTok creator with more than 840,000 followers. In the video, Keiser includes a screengrab from the IRS “Whistleblower Office,” telling his followers that anyone can report someone and earn 30 percent of their money if they are not paying taxes. “It’s business, baby,” he concludes.

Over the past few weeks, Keiser has pivoted from “dark humor” sketches and trollish social hacks to encouraging his followers to report women on StripperTok to the IRS, apparently based on the (demonstrably false) a*sumption that exotic dancers do not pay taxes. He has even posted a detailed guide for how to “snitch,” encouraging his followers to go to Instagram and search stripper-related hashtags to “find someone flexing cash.” In the video, he claims to earn $60,000 a month from “snitching” on exotic dancers to the IRS, though, when reached for comment, he did not provide evidence to Rolling Stone supporting this claim.
Keiser, whose LinkedIn says he is a software engineer at Cisco, is also a founder and CEO of an app called StudyTree, and has participated in the TechCrunch Disrupt Hackathon in this capacity. Now, however, he appears to be actively cultivating a following among aggrieved men on TikTok. After a female TikToker posted a video about him with the caption “worst date ever with a TikToker,” documenting how he brought his own pool cue to a first date and asked her to buy him a drink before leaving, he posted a rebuttal: “Boys, it is no simp September, I don’t care what you look like, how good-looking you are, if you’re gonna compete with me, I’m gonna win,” he said, urging men to “like and follow if you’re not a simp.”

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After being called out by the Instagram account @TheDancersResource, Keiser claims the videos about snitching on strippers are intended as a “joke for educational purposes,” with the subtext being that they are intended to discourage women from showing off their cash online. But they have had a proven negative impact on the women featured in his TikToks.
Last June, Ashley DiMeo, a Tristate-area exotic dancer and popular TikTok creator, posted a video in which she put piles of cash into a drawer, with the caption, “How many days of work does it take to fill a drawer.”
“A lot of people are interested in dancers’ lives,” DiMeo tells Rolling Stone of her TikTok account. “And I’m open about my job so I don’t mind letting people know about strippers and breaking down stereotypes and stuff.” (It’s worth noting that dancers and OnlyFans creators showing off how much they make on TikTok is somewhat controversial, with some claiming that it glamorizes or misrepresents the industry, but the trend is an undeniably popular one.)

After that video went viral, racking up 77 million views, she was horrified to find that Keiser had stitched it, encouraging his followers to report her to the IRS for not paying taxes on her income. DiMeo responded by posting a video showing her tax forms, prompting Keiser to delete his video, she says. But TikTok removed her rebuttal video on the grounds that it was depicting “regulated goods and illegal activity.” (TikTok did not immediately respond to a request for comment from Rolling Stone regarding Keiser’s page or why it had removed DiMeo’s video and not his content.)
DiMeo is doubtful that Keiser is actually reporting strippers on TikTok to the IRS, or even that his followers are capable of doing so without knowing their legal names or personal information. But she says his videos constitute a clear invitation to harass women on the platform. “He’s making it worse for us. We get so much hate and he creates so much more hate,” she says. “Even if he’s not getting money from us, it’s not right what he’s doing.”
According to its website, the IRS does offer between 15 and 30 percent of the proceeds collected via its Whistleblower Program, provided the accused makes more than $200,000 a year. Those who submit to the program are required to fill out a detailed form including “copies of books and records, ledger sheets, receipts, bank records, contracts, emails, and the location of a*sets” supporting the claim of alleged tax noncompliance.
The IRS did not immediately respond to Rolling Stone‘s request for comment regarding clarity on its Whistleblower Program or whether it would even be possible for Keiser or anyone else to earn $60,000 a month reporting people to the IRS. But a spokesperson did direct Rolling Stone to the IRS website, which specifies that a claim will not be processed if it is submitted under an alias or anonymously or if it is “found to have no merit [or lacks] sufficient specific and credible information.”
In a statement to Rolling Stone, Keiser reiterated that his videos are intended to raise awareness of internet safety issues. “Workers should be aware that there is a form anyone can fill out to report tax evasion. My message is clear, keep pre-taxed money private.” He denied explicitly targeting or mentioning strippers or exotic dancers in his videos, saying, “some industries are known for exclusively hiring 1099 workers, there [sic] my videos was targeting them. My videos nor I condone harassment of anyone.” (It is false that Keiser does not explicitly mention dancers in his videos, as his “how I make $60k a month snitching” video specifically directs viewers to stripper-related hashtags on Instagram.) Keiser did not respond to repeated questions as to whether he was actually reporting women to the IRS or earning $60,000 a month as a result.

Additionally, Keiser also seems to be sharing information with his follower on how to doxx the women. In an Instagram Live that was screen-recorded by the meme page @Officialcamgirlmemes, Keiser appeared to be encouraging his followers to resort to unethical means to procure personal information about dancers. “Social engineering and mental manipulation can be used on the average person very easily to get whatever information you want out of them. Let’s say for example I can’t get in contact with them, you can get in contact with their parents, say, ‘Hey, your daughter’s so-and-so, we’re calling from the HR department, she listed you as an emergency contact, we’re just calling to make sure your information is correct. Bro, it’s the easiest thing in the world.” He later says, “There is a plentiful number of things that are illegal in life that no one cares about. If you got information of someone and you reported them, no one knows that you broke the — no one cares. Who cares?” (When asked whether he has impersonated an HR department to procure dancers’ personal details, Keiser says @Officialcamgirlmemes’ clip was “taken out of context”: “never did I say I have actually done this,” he says.)
Keiser is far from the first man to weaponize the IRS Whistleblower Program against s*x workers. In 2018, a campaign known as the Thot Audit started circulating among men’s rights groups on Twitter and Reddit, which specifically targeted online s*x workers. Due to the detailed requirements the IRS has in place to report tax evasion, the campaign was largely ineffective, as Christopher Kirk, a tax attorney, previously told Rolling Stone. “The Service wants actionable information about significant tax issues, not guesses, and the program is not a forum for people with an ax to grind,” he said.
Yet that campaign, as well as Keiser’s targeted action against strippers, continues to fuel stigma against an already-marginalized community that is already subject to a great deal of harassment on social media. “It’s not a joke,” says DiMeo. “I don’t know if he’s just doing this for clout, but even if he is, he has all his followers coming for dancers and making them feel uncomfortable.”

For his part, Keiser appears to be doubling down. He posted the full legal name and location of the poster behind an Instagram account warning dancers about him, and threatened to pursue legal action against the poster. After another Instagram account, the Dancers’ Locker Room, posted about his TikTok page, Keiser added a screengrab of his post to his Instagram Stories, adding the caption, “Lmao every stripper will fear me.”

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Top 10 most propped recently  1 month ago '20        #2
LordGimmeASign 
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They corny for snitching.
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 1 month ago '19        #3
zzxxccvvbb 
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Not sure why losers think mysogony is cool.

Literally everyone that is around women can tell the difference between the guy that hates women because he can't get one and the guy that's annoyed by women because he deals with them too often...

It ain't hard to tell
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 1 month ago '10        #4
Trilluminati GA 
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A software engineer and ceo doing this?


Strippertok
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 1 month ago '20        #5
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 zzxxccvvbb said
Not sure why losers think mysogony is cool.

Literally everyone that is around women can tell the difference between the guy that hates women because he can't get one and the guy that's annoyed by women because he deals with them too often...

It ain't hard to tell
Same dudes on here saying women are destroying the world

Not the military industry, bankers or religious institutions but Becky with her tiktok and ability to trigger insecure men is destroying the world
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 1 month ago '19        #6
DadeCounty  topics gone triple plat - Number 1 spot x12
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fu*king homo
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 1 month ago '09        #7
messy marv stan  topics gone triple plat - Number 1 spot x72
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 DadeCounty said








fu*king homo

In 2018, a campaign known as the Thot Audit started circulating among men’s rights groups on Twitter and Reddit, which specifically targeted online s*x workers


dude hoping to revive the thot audit schem3
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 1 month ago '17        #8
CELE91 
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 Sin said



Earlier this month, Rosalia, a dancer in Las Vegas, decided to hop on a trend popular on StripperTok showing off how much she makes in a few busy days. In the video, captioned, “What a weekend looks like as a Vegas stripper,” Rosalia shows off her earnings with Bia’s “Whole Lotta Money” in the background, displaying the grand total on a whiteboard: $33,700 in three days. “I just happened to have a really good night on the third night,” she tells Rolling Stone. “So it went viral,” racking up more than 48 million views.
Then Rosalia noticed people commenting on her page saying they were going to report her to the IRS, or worse, that they were going to rob her. That’s when she saw her video had been reposted by Ethan Keiser, a babyfaced, moderately balding TikTok creator with more than 840,000 followers. In the video, Keiser includes a screengrab from the IRS “Whistleblower Office,” telling his followers that anyone can report someone and earn 30 percent of their money if they are not paying taxes. “It’s business, baby,” he concludes.

Over the past few weeks, Keiser has pivoted from “dark humor” sketches and trollish social hacks to encouraging his followers to report women on StripperTok to the IRS, apparently based on the (demonstrably false) a*sumption that exotic dancers do not pay taxes. He has even posted a detailed guide for how to “snitch,” encouraging his followers to go to Instagram and search stripper-related hashtags to “find someone flexing cash.” In the video, he claims to earn $60,000 a month from “snitching” on exotic dancers to the IRS, though, when reached for comment, he did not provide evidence to Rolling Stone supporting this claim.
Keiser, whose LinkedIn says he is a software engineer at Cisco, is also a founder and CEO of an app called StudyTree, and has participated in the TechCrunch Disrupt Hackathon in this capacity. Now, however, he appears to be actively cultivating a following among aggrieved men on TikTok. After a female TikToker posted a video about him with the caption “worst date ever with a TikToker,” documenting how he brought his own pool cue to a first date and asked her to buy him a drink before leaving, he posted a rebuttal: “Boys, it is no simp September, I don’t care what you look like, how good-looking you are, if you’re gonna compete with me, I’m gonna win,” he said, urging men to “like and follow if you’re not a simp.”




After being called out by the Instagram account @DancersResource, Keiser claims the videos about snitching on strippers are intended as a “joke for educational purposes,” with the subtext being that they are intended to discourage women from showing off their cash online. But they have had a proven negative impact on the women featured in his TikToks.
Last June, Ashley DiMeo, a Tristate-area exotic dancer and popular TikTok creator, posted a video in which she put piles of cash into a drawer, with the caption, “How many days of work does it take to fill a drawer.”
“A lot of people are interested in dancers’ lives,” DiMeo tells Rolling Stone of her TikTok account. “And I’m open about my job so I don’t mind letting people know about strippers and breaking down stereotypes and stuff.” (It’s worth noting that dancers and OnlyFans creators showing off how much they make on TikTok is somewhat controversial, with some claiming that it glamorizes or misrepresents the industry, but the trend is an undeniably popular one.)

After that video went viral, racking up 77 million views, she was horrified to find that Keiser had stitched it, encouraging his followers to report her to the IRS for not paying taxes on her income. DiMeo responded by posting a video showing her tax forms, prompting Keiser to delete his video, she says. But TikTok removed her rebuttal video on the grounds that it was depicting “regulated goods and illegal activity.” (TikTok did not immediately respond to a request for comment from Rolling Stone regarding Keiser’s page or why it had removed DiMeo’s video and not his content.)
DiMeo is doubtful that Keiser is actually reporting strippers on TikTok to the IRS, or even that his followers are capable of doing so without knowing their legal names or personal information. But she says his videos constitute a clear invitation to harass women on the platform. “He’s making it worse for us. We get so much hate and he creates so much more hate,” she says. “Even if he’s not getting money from us, it’s not right what he’s doing.”
According to its website, the IRS does offer between 15 and 30 percent of the proceeds collected via its Whistleblower Program, provided the accused makes more than $200,000 a year. Those who submit to the program are required to fill out a detailed form including “copies of books and records, ledger sheets, receipts, bank records, contracts, emails, and the location of a*sets” supporting the claim of alleged tax noncompliance.
The IRS did not immediately respond to Rolling Stone‘s request for comment regarding clarity on its Whistleblower Program or whether it would even be possible for Keiser or anyone else to earn $60,000 a month reporting people to the IRS. But a spokesperson did direct Rolling Stone to the IRS website, which specifies that a claim will not be processed if it is submitted under an alias or anonymously or if it is “found to have no merit [or lacks] sufficient specific and credible information.”
In a statement to Rolling Stone, Keiser reiterated that his videos are intended to raise awareness of internet safety issues. “Workers should be aware that there is a form anyone can fill out to report tax evasion. My message is clear, keep pre-taxed money private.” He denied explicitly targeting or mentioning strippers or exotic dancers in his videos, saying, “some industries are known for exclusively hiring 1099 workers, there [sic] my videos was targeting them. My videos nor I condone harassment of anyone.” (It is false that Keiser does not explicitly mention dancers in his videos, as his “how I make $60k a month snitching” video specifically directs viewers to stripper-related hashtags on Instagram.) Keiser did not respond to repeated questions as to whether he was actually reporting women to the IRS or earning $60,000 a month as a result.

Additionally, Keiser also seems to be sharing information with his follower on how to doxx the women. In an Instagram Live that was screen-recorded by the meme page @camgirlmemes, Keiser appeared to be encouraging his followers to resort to unethical means to procure personal information about dancers. “Social engineering and mental manipulation can be used on the average person very easily to get whatever information you want out of them. Let’s say for example I can’t get in contact with them, you can get in contact with their parents, say, ‘Hey, your daughter’s so-and-so, we’re calling from the HR department, she listed you as an emergency contact, we’re just calling to make sure your information is correct. Bro, it’s the easiest thing in the world.” He later says, “There is a plentiful number of things that are illegal in life that no one cares about. If you got information of someone and you reported them, no one knows that you broke the — no one cares. Who cares?” (When asked whether he has impersonated an HR department to procure dancers’ personal details, Keiser says @camgirlmemes’ clip was “taken out of context”: “never did I say I have actually done this,” he says.)
Keiser is far from the first man to weaponize the IRS Whistleblower Program against s*x workers. In 2018, a campaign known as the Thot Audit started circulating among men’s rights groups on Twitter and Reddit, which specifically targeted online s*x workers. Due to the detailed requirements the IRS has in place to report tax evasion, the campaign was largely ineffective, as Christopher Kirk, a tax attorney, previously told Rolling Stone. “The Service wants actionable information about significant tax issues, not guesses, and the program is not a forum for people with an ax to grind,” he said.
Yet that campaign, as well as Keiser’s targeted action against strippers, continues to fuel stigma against an already-marginalized community that is already subject to a great deal of harassment on social media. “It’s not a joke,” says DiMeo. “I don’t know if he’s just doing this for clout, but even if he is, he has all his followers coming for dancers and making them feel uncomfortable.”

For his part, Keiser appears to be doubling down. He posted the full legal name and location of the poster behind an Instagram account warning dancers about him, and threatened to pursue legal action against the poster. After another Instagram account, the Dancers’ Locker Room, posted about his TikTok page, Keiser added a screengrab of his post to his Instagram Stories, adding the caption, “Lmao every stripper will fear me.”




I have a feeling a stripper finessed him when he thought it was love.
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 1 month ago '04        #9
ItAlY2BkLyN 
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I would never go out of my way to bring misfortune on someone else for my own personal gain.

Let them strippers do their thing. As long as they're not exploiting others or scamming individuals, find your own hustle you lame.
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 1 month ago '18        #10
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 zzxxccvvbb said
Not sure why losers think mysogony is cool.

Literally everyone that is around women can tell the difference between the guy that hates women because he can't get one and the guy that's annoyed by women because he deals with them too often...

It ain't hard to tell
Serious question tho. So women shouldn't pay taxes? Strippers specifically?
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 1 month ago '19        #11
zzxxccvvbb 
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 Juliette DaBlok said
Serious question tho. So women shouldn't pay taxes? Strippers specifically?
What kind of stupid false equivalence is that?


Also, If it was about taxes then why isn't he busting landscaping/home renovation companies...

Pathetic incels gonna pathetic incel
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 1 month ago '06        #12
Skateboard T  topics gone triple plat - Number 1 spot x6
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 zzxxccvvbb said
Not sure why losers think mysogony is cool.

Literally everyone that is around women can tell the difference between the guy that hates women because he can't get one and the guy that's annoyed by women because he deals with them too often...

It ain't hard to tell
you right as hell
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 1 month ago '20        #13
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 zzxxccvvbb said
What kind of stupid false equivalence is that?


Also, If it was about taxes then why isn't he busting landscaping/home renovation companies...

Pathetic incels gonna pathetic incel
U addressing the unhealthy mindstate these guys have and then he asks u about holding women accountable

By tonight half the board will read this thread and rally behind that lispy tiktoking f*g**t
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 1 month ago '18        #14
TheLuminousOne  topics gone triple plat - Number 1 spot x6
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Corny n*ggas hating
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 1 month ago '12        #15
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 zzxxccvvbb said
Not sure why losers think mysogony is cool.

Literally everyone that is around women can tell the difference between the guy that hates women because he can't get one and the guy that's annoyed by women because he deals with them too often...

It ain't hard to tell
Straight facts 100%. Great post
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 1 month ago '15        #16
Chasefovea 
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yall simps care bout those trifling gold diggers?

i’m snitchin fu*k that
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 1 month ago '20        #17
HipHop365 
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 zzxxccvvbb said
What kind of stupid false equivalence is that?


Also, If it was about taxes then why isn't he busting landscaping/home renovation companies...

Pathetic incels gonna pathetic incel
And the incel that u replied to exposed himself


What a gang of f*g**ts

Read the replies to spot the BX incels
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 1 month ago '20        #18
HipHop365 
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 Chasefovea said
yall simps care bout those trifling gold diggers?

i’m snitchin fu*k that
Cuz you’re a f*g**t and a snitch.
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 1 month ago '06        #19
composure23 
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 zzxxccvvbb said
Not sure why losers think mysogony is cool.

Literally everyone that is around women can tell the difference between the guy that hates women because he can't get one and the guy that's annoyed by women because he deals with them too often...

It ain't hard to tell
What makes this misogynistic ?
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 1 month ago '16        #20
Blunted Sultan  topics gone triple plat - Number 1 spot x6
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 Chasefovea said
yall simps care bout those trifling gold diggers?

i’m snitchin fu*k that
I just think its funny that somebody posted the guy in questions rebuttal video & he was actually making a lot of sense but the pu**y whipped are worse than the women haters at times
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 1 month ago '17        #21
Tupacpatel 
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 DadeCounty said








fu*king homo
Meant to slap.




Don't we tell n*ggas to stop self snitching? Isn't that stripper bi*ch self snitching? The video you posted he's telling her to stop snitching.
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 1 month ago '13        #22
fredfiness 
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 zzxxccvvbb said
Not sure why losers think mysogony is cool.

Literally everyone that is around women can tell the difference between the guy that hates women because he can't get one and the guy that's annoyed by women because he deals with them too often...

It ain't hard to tell
 POWER RAPS said
Same dudes on here saying women are destroying the world

Not the military industry, bankers or religious institutions but Becky with her tiktok and ability to trigger insecure men is destroying the world
Damn, y'all 2-0'd the thread off rip.
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 1 month ago '13        #23
vandalizm 
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Take this pu**y out back and put him out of his misery like a broken animal

His wee little spirit just can’t take it anymore lol

Pathetic
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 1 month ago '15        #24
PolygonMafia 
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33k in 3 days?!

sh*t I had to risk football numbers and getting k*lled for payouts like that. I'm not mad, I'm envious. Good for that woman. Better get it while the getting is good because with how things are going in the USA -- wave after wave of bad 18 year olds are gonna be flooding the market every year with lil' skripperetts who are too donkey-brained to do anything but s*x work.

On the side: Dude's a cornball. Everyone cheats on taxes in some way or form. It's how the rich stay paying less tax. I'm not snitching on anyone for taxes or any such petty bullsh*t.
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 1 month ago '13        #25
vandalizm 
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 POWER RAPS said
U addressing the unhealthy mindstate these guys have and then he asks u about holding women accountable

By tonight half the board will read this thread and rally behind that lispy tiktoking f*g**t
He has a lisp?

LOL
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