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Caat - You did drag an awful lot of baggage into the discussion. I'm used to dealing with frustrated taxpayers - that's my actual job. So I do my best to look past the baggage and frustration and try to find some humor and/or actual advice.

I do suggest you try to tone down your posts to get more actual ideas (or explanations) and fewer people reacting in kind.

It's not really that hard to see that someone is just frustrated and is wanting a bit of compassion along with answers to questions. The personal attacks added nothing constructive to the thread, and only served to compound the frustration. The answers could have easily been composed without the personal attacks, as two were.

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