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Why Bill Self doesn't pay Kansas taxes on about 90 percent of his earnings

Yes. Angry, jealous, and ignorant. Same as all the rest of us on here. We're all jealous of you jay scott. You are clearly rich and we are all clearly poor, and thus we are all angry and jealous. Your message is as repetitive as it is ridiculous, thus it has been determined that this is just some persona you've created to just to screw with everyone. You got me. I admit I was fooled. I should have picked up on it the 5th or 6th time you called someone angry and/or jealous b/c they didn't agree with you. Such nonsense; I can't believe I couldn't tell it was all a joke. You should catfish someone; you're pretty good at this stuff.

May 18, 2016 at 4:10 p.m. ( | suggest removal )

Why Bill Self doesn't pay Kansas taxes on about 90 percent of his earnings

I agree with you; a headline I could have done without.

And I agree with your 1st comment...but someone has to call out a jerkoff who tells everyone who disagrees with him that they are ignorant and jealous. That crap stood out more than anything in the article. Somebody had to do it. Plus, there is a difference between taking aim at 1 particular a-hole and bashing every single poster. Big difference, no?

May 18, 2016 at 4:01 p.m. ( | suggest removal )

Why Bill Self doesn't pay Kansas taxes on about 90 percent of his earnings

I think we ARE in agreement that PEOPLE are not the problem. Where it seems we disagree is that there even IS a problem at all. Because the STATE of ks thought it would be a good idea to give trickle down yet another shot, you now have a problem. If you can't admit that your state is a complete cluster F then you are really out there bro. Tell us all how good the economy is in ks. Wait, does saying that make me jealous of somebody? You keep throwing that around at everyone. What's up with that?

May 18, 2016 at 3:25 p.m. ( | suggest removal )

Why Bill Self doesn't pay Kansas taxes on about 90 percent of his earnings

You slapped your ignorance and arrogance all over this article; its everywhere, but of course only in response to other people's comments, you coward.

The rich people are not the problem...Again, hate the game, not the player. Every single person is going to try to pay as little in taxes as possible, myself very much included. But when I do have to pay taxes, I don't look at it as punishment. What a ridiculous assumption...I'm angry at rich people (for some reason) so I want them to be punished by having to pay more taxes. You would think a simple mind would be simple to follow, but you've proven its not so much.

The state of Kansas is a freaking laughing stock thanks to your boy and all your delusional economic premises. Keep it up though, its a good look for you.

May 18, 2016 at 2:33 p.m. ( | suggest removal )

Why Bill Self doesn't pay Kansas taxes on about 90 percent of his earnings

Politics?...Hadn't thought about that as a profession. While that would be a very entrepreneurial profession - I want me some of them koch bothers' dirty money - I have enough self-awareness to recognize that I am highly UN-electable.

Taxes still pay for roads and schools and stuff you and yours use every single day, right? Let's just do away with all taxes - income, sales, property, etc. "Where we're going, we don't need roads."

May 18, 2016 at 2:20 p.m. ( | suggest removal )

Why Bill Self doesn't pay Kansas taxes on about 90 percent of his earnings

Simp, neither has giving tax breaks to the rich. Its the story that you crusty old Bs try to sell everyone on. That's why we do it after all, right? We give them tax breaks b/c they have the means to create jobs and redistribute? If not, then why do we give the rich tax breaks?

Prosperity comes when the middle class does well. The poor do not pay taxes, and now the rich don't pay taxes, so the middle class is left with the burden. Its not sustainable.

I suppose you think its completely sound that companies spend millions on lobbyists but avoid paying millions in taxes that they owe. Your stupidity is remarkable. I'm literally remarking on your stupidity. Its been remarked.

May 18, 2016 at 1 p.m. ( | suggest removal )

Why Bill Self doesn't pay Kansas taxes on about 90 percent of his earnings

Envy? Of what? Hate to break it to you sporto, but I'm not poor. Far from it actually. A simple mind must deduce that anyone who thinks everyone should pay their fair share of taxes must be poor. You're a clown and a simp. ot us here in the 1st place. Great job electing brownback, btw, you guys are looking great.

May 18, 2016 at 12:46 p.m. ( | suggest removal )

Why Bill Self doesn't pay Kansas taxes on about 90 percent of his earnings

Jay... Go pound sand down a rat hole. Or, make an original comment instead of bashing what other people say. You're able to think independently, yeah?

May 18, 2016 at 10:42 a.m. ( | suggest removal )

Why Bill Self doesn't pay Kansas taxes on about 90 percent of his earnings

Robert: I'd make fun of TX, but no state is more laughable than KS right now. But, I wouldn't claim TX as the end all be all; getting laughed out of the state of TX would be like a badge of honor for most sane people. If I said something that texans generally disagreed with, that's how I'd know I was right.

Bottom line: Don't hate the player, hate the game. And the game sucks, thanks in large part to the DB republicans and their umpteenth try at trickle down, or whatever BS term you want to label it these days. Keep trying though dipsticks; I'm sure one of these days the wealthy will lift this country up.

May 18, 2016 at 10:15 a.m. ( | suggest removal )

Diallo attorney concerned over alleged NCAA tweet

Screw it, go with whatever strategy works. Play the race card - if that's what you want to call this. I don't think playing the A-hole card would work, although that's all the ncaa is. Don't call them racist then, call them hijackers, call them racketeers. The ncaa is a very bad organization, so I don't feel sorry for anything that is said about them.

November 13, 2015 at 11:37 a.m. ( | suggest removal )

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