Juan Bobo’s Income Tax Tips Part VIII

Posted: April 12, 2013 in Recent Posts
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Juan Bobo’s Income Tax Tips

Part VIII

Juan Bobo has many powerful tax techniques. He tried a new one last year, and the IRS had no problem with it.

Juan became a severely under-talented Shakespearean actor.

He kept forgetting his lines, entered and exited at the wrong times, and carried a skull around the stage for no reason.   

Hamlet & Juan BoboBut, soft!  Methinks I scent the IRS

An Internal Revenue agent caught Juan Bobo’s show, and agreed that it was impossible for Bobo to earn any income as an actor – Shakespearean, Stanislavskian, Jersey Shorian or otherwise.

The Chronicles of Juan Bobo

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Comments
  1. Joe Sanchez says:

    Such talent and versatility, not to mention omnipresent. Juan Bobo is amazing!

  2. Arnold Esterhazy says:

    Juan Bobo is a prime mover. He and Antonin Artaud jointly initiated the Theater of Cruelty.

  3. Sally X says:

    I protest this blog today. Juan Bobo is extremely talented. His acting transcends any “school” or method.

    I saw him play Shylock in Merchant of Venice, Stanley in A Streetcar Named Desire, Orgon in Tartuffe, Bernardo in West Side Story — all in THE SAME SHOW.

    I can’t remember the name of the production, but it was shut down by the DEA on opening night. I was sitting near the fire exit, thank God.

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