Caslon: "What is the essay on?"
The interpretation of 26 U.S.C. ss 4251-54, taxing telecommunications services. The courts have bungled it up:
"Courts that heard the matter faced several questions of law, including the construction of the term 'and,' deference to a previous IRS revenue ruling, the definition of 'varies,' and whether the provisions taxing wide-area telephone services and local telephone services were applicable. . . . This Note argues that the circuits used questionable reasoning to construct the conjunction . . . and that the circuits implicitly defined 'variance' incorrectly."
TigerTim: "So hot right now. Satyricon. So hot right now."
Awwwww, thanks Tim