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This edition of The Riddler report is brought to you by freaking calm Dave really exciting in for the report com what am i doing in front of this ugly black building in Manchester this second federal building in Manchester well I am here to actually mail a letter to the IRS now I could mail it inside that building because they have a post office there instead I'm going to use this one here just so I can show you what I'm doing anyway I'm a as of 2006 i became what's known as a war tax resistor a person who does not want their money used for the purposes the federal government wants to use it for namely torture and unnecessary violence overseas the other thing is that i discovered website i guess i moving back in 2005 i discovered this website what I'm doing is I'm mailing a letter to the Internal Revenue Service informing them reminding them that I won't pay my taxes for 2006 now I did send them a letter you know around april fifteenth 2007 when my 2006 taxes were due informing him that i wouldn't pay and i was prepared to have action taken against me rather than pay their about a hundred thousand people doing this this year either right here in 07 row 600,000 people who have joined the war tax resistance moving at the very old movement but the you know it's gained a lot of additional attention and additional members because of the unusually bad misuse of power interact it's been going on lately now let me think of what else there is to tell you about i can't really think of anything but maybe all i should do is just mail this because i should also point out that a couple months ago I got a letter from the IRS telling them are telling me you know that they had not received payment for me from me for 2006 although of course I had sent them what they call a piece tax return that the National War tax resistance Coordinating Committee puts out they basically just informing them that you will not be paying your taxes for a given year anyway I set that in in 07 and a couple months ago I guess have been early early early to mid OA I got a note from the IRS saying hey we haven't got your taxes for for 2006 so anyway this is just a second second reminder to them or a first reminder to them second correspondence with them informing them that I won't pay so anyway in the letter goes for what it's worth that makes me what number one hundred thousand and one doing this and I should point out too that the if you go to the National War tax resistance Coordinating Committee website which I which i will post in the video description and also probably underneath be here what they

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What are the best blogs for someone who's planning to climb Mount Kilimanjaro?
After visiting the numerous blogs on advice regarding Kilimanjaro. I will also plug a company I founded to help traveller and tourists visiting the most popular areas in East Africa from Zanzibar, Serengeti to the Kilimanjaro. www.yellowmasai.com - we offer numerous affordable Kilimanjaro packages that cut out the middlemen (expensive overseas travel agents)- our team is based out Arusha, only 30 miles away from all the tour operators for that region and can connect to other tours after- not to mention local flights and transfers.I will also offer some tips based on my experience climbing the mountain 3 times in the last decade- this will form the foundation of a longer blog post on www.yellowmasai.com/blog :Pick a route for success and enjoyment balanced with your budgetWith budget on Kilimanjaro of about $300 a day per person (minimum group size of 4)- a group any smaller that 4 and the cost shoots up- use economies of scale if you can to get a good group size and cost.Marangu and Machame routes are increasingly the busiest on the mountain. Machame is 6 days and more scenic, 1 day longer than Marangu route but the extra day boosts your chances of success significantly. In fact any extra day boosts your chance in acclimatizing to altitude- Lemosho (7-8 days) is an even longer. Rongai (5 days) is probably the cheapest route of all of them due less popularity. All the routes can add an extra camping days should you wish so it doesn't mean you have to take a route with the standard number of days I mention. So one could do 7 days on Rongai, should you wish.Bring your own [personal] equipment- Make sure you bring anything that touches your body directly. Do not rely on traveling so light that you rely on renting personal equipment and belongings such as sleeping bags, hiking boots, gloves and jackets. Given the terrain, you want to bring your own tested gear that you feel comfortable using over a period of 6-8 days on the mountain. Tents, sleeping mats, other camping gear and walking sticks can be rented from tour operators.Ascend slowly- save your strength for the final Push.There is a saying "Pole Pole"- "Slowly" in swahili- this is great advice to increase your odds of success. The first few days should be enjoyed with a leisurely pace- if you leave early at 8am every morning- you should arrive at 4pm at the latest. At a faster pace, you could easily do each of the beginning days of the hike in 4-5 hours (arrive at the camp by lunch)- DON'T DO THIS! The final ascent is such a hard day, you'll need all the strength not to mention a good acclimization from ascending slowly.Drink plenty of waterSounds obvious for any expedition- applies doubly so for hiking to almosy 20,000ft. Dehydration is definitely a leading for sickness on the mountain. Atleast 3- 4 liters per day per person is about the right amount. You can purchase bottled water to reduce any risks of bad water or can get mountain spring water with he right water tablets.Tip Guides, Cooks and Porters Generously- But be transparent.Your expedition team is extremely important to your enjoyment and contribute to chances of success- your trip is also a key source of income for 1000s of guides, porters and cooks who are generally underpaid by tour operators. Be sure to come across that you value their help and that you eventually tip them well. Guides from around $100 each, porters and cooks from $20-50 each.

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