Monday, May 18, 2009

Untax Day

The brilliant Michael S. Rozeff stuns Maturin Towers with his amazing ideas for holidays in the free future of humanity, circa 2100.


The article above is almost, but not quite, as good as one he wrote a while ago on the nature of the state as an organized contractual agency, parts I and II.

In fact, if you ever get any spare time on your hands, you can do a lot worse than to read through the entire Rozeff archive.



Tom H said...

I especially like the idea of taxpayers locking public officials out of their offices, I mean our offices :D

Jack Maturin said...

Yes, 'Ridicule Day' is good.

I hope Neal Stephenson sees it. It could cause him to write a sequel to Snow Crash.